Apr 11, 2018 - 7:45 AM
in reply to mylene
Consider going via Innsbruck, which you can do entirely by train with only one change (in Innsbruck) if you pick the right connection. Although it relates to a trip in the other direction, see if there is any information that might assist you in my post of Mar 20, 2018 - 8:23 AM on the following page:
There is a departure from Zürich at 8:40 that you could consider (see attached screenshot). The transfer in Innsbruck will be leisurely, and although the transfer is from platform 7 to platform 21, it's not as far as you might imagine by the numbers! Platform 21 is near platform 1 (see attached diagram of the station platforms in Innsbruck). The platforms with double-digit numbers are short dead-end platforms used by regional trains. There are lifts to assist you to move between platforms.
After Innsbruck, the train takes a particularly scenic route to München (Munich), starting with a steep climb up the mountain out of Innsbruck with great views into the valley and the River Inn far below, then through scenic mountain villages such as Seefeld in Tirol and Mittenwald, which lies in a valley under a massive mountain.
Feel free to come back with any additional questions.
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