Venice to Munich – by train

Venice to Munich for web

Venice to Munich: one of the great European train trips. 6 or 7 hours of mountains; up to the Brenner pass and down to Innsbruck,  along the Inntal to Rosenheim and then Munich. All for £50 or so. Do it if you can, and pray for weather like I had on Monday. I took so many photos I’m not quite sure what to do with them, but this mosaic is a start.They read from left to right, like a book, and are consecutive.

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6 comments
  1. Angie Shrubsole-Brett said:

    Bron – so beautiful – a fabulous mosaic. Carry on having an April of wonderful experiences! X

    • Thanks Angie, glad you like them, I so wanted to share the beauty! Will be in touch when home x

  2. Indeed a wonderful mosaic. It would be great to be able to see them larger.Have a great trip. love Kate

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  3. Yes, I’ll make some sort of slideshow out of them: this was just a taster! When I get home I’m also going to print them out the actual file size: 90x 90 cms

  4. Ann Watson said:

    HHi Bron

    love your train ride photos – it reminded me of David Hockney years ago and the huge polaroid montages!

    I always enjoy looking at your blog

    love and best wishes

    Ann x

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