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Thread poster: Badrinarayan
Local time: 04:17
English to Tamil
May 19, 2005

Hello fellow Prozians.

I am a new member entering your fraternity with awe and wonder. I would like to greet all of you out there.

In the pursuit of my advanced studies in molecular medicine, I will be reaching Stuttgart on 23rd May, 2005. I would be very much obliged for any information that may be of use to me. From Stuttgart airport, I will be taking a local train to Ulm, to attend an interview for admission to Doctorate course in the University of Ulm.


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Gillian Searl  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 23:47
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Well, Ulm is quite a distance away May 19, 2005

You will have to take a local train (S-bahn) to the main station (Hauptbahnhof) - takes 30 minutes and costs €2.80 one-way. See this site for more info on local transport in Stuttgart: You get a ticket from the machine or the sales counter at the airport

Then you will need to take a train to Ulm - takes 1 hour and costs around €20 one-way. This is the main site for German railways:

Hope that helps for a start

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Local time: 04:17
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thank you May 19, 2005

Thank you for your response. I will visit those websites and get an idea for my travel to ulm.

Can u give me some details for a cheaper train travel as I am planning to go to many places like ulm to dusseldorf, then to bochum, to cologne, hannover etc. Is there any youth travel concessions?

please do reply

thanks ..

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Lorenzo Lilli  Identity Verified
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Bahn May 20, 2005

Try searching the webstite of Deutsche Bahn, If things haven't changed in the last couple of years, there should be the so called BahnCard to get discounts. Good luck!

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