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Lufthansa rail and fly

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Does anyone know if you can use this to go to Innsbruck from Munich? It says it's covered by all DB trains but not sure if the train to Innsbruck will be an ÖBB one??
Thanks in advance
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@boabski, DB run trains to Bologna and Verona from Munich which stop at Innsbruck.
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@queenie pretty please, superb thanks. Looks a great deal.
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@boabski, Dont you have to change in Rosenheim and Kufstein?
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@Markymark29, not if you take the DB München hbf to Verona/ Bologna service.
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I would be dubious this will work. The rail and fly ticket is for stations in Germany booked in combination with an international flight and Innsbruck clearly isnt in Germany. Kufstein might be OK as it is considered a "German" station for ticketing purposes (eg the Bayern ticket covers both Kufstein and Salzburg). No harm in trying I suppose.

The Munich to Verona service is mainly run by OEBB though not sure that is relevant as many services in Germany are not operated by Deutsche Bahn in any case.
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@munich_irish, Yep my thoughts.....i'd be dubious as to whether its a through train also, i've always had to change.
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The Eurocity is a through train Munich-Innsbruck-Verona/Bologna and Venice (although might have been suspended for a bit when they beefed up border controls).
Regional trains may have to change at Kufstein etc. (eg Meridian in Germany then Railjet or whatever in Austria)

No idea about the validity of the Lufthansa thing though.
I've only been on ICE/SBB with a LH "flight" code when the LH flights were all fubared and they gave us new tickets.

edit: noting of course that you'd need to change at least once regardless, since one would need the S-bahn from the airport to either Munich Hauptbahnhof or Ostbahnhof.
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@Markymark29, There are EC trains every two hours which run from Munich to Innsbruck and onto Verona etc. There is an occasional ICE from Munich to Innsbruck. The local trains which run hourly involve a change in Kufstein. It is a fair trek from the platform down the end where the Meridian trains terminate to the platform where the OEBB main line trains go from and the connection times can be very tight especially if lugging skiing kit around. I prefer getting the EC trains to Innsbruck and changing there if going on to St Anton, it is a lot easier. Dont risk not booking seats, the trains can get crazy crowded.
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Rather bizarrely, the DB website treats Salzburg as being both in Germany and in Austria. This is useful when booking special price tickets which are only available to destinations in Germany.
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