Your vacation with the 9-Euro-Ticket (Part I)

Since yesterday, 1st June 2022, it’s been possible for you to take as many journeys as you like throughout Germany on all means of public transport. And for just 9 euros a month, thanks to the 9-Euro-Ticket from Deutsche Bahn. So you’ve probably never been able to travel back and forth within Germany so cheaply and sustainably. We have a few tips for you on how you can make the most of the 9-Euro-Ticket and use it to travel to our unique socialbnbs.

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The 9-Euro-Ticket

Since the 23rd of May 2022 everyone can buy the 9-Euro-Ticket. It is valid for one month and the promotion, which allows you to use buses, trains etc. at such a low price, is valid for three months: June, July and August. So you can buy the 9-Euro ticket three times and travel for only 27 Euros for three months within Germany (with a few exceptions). You can find out how to use the ticket for your vacation here.

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Vacation in Germany

Especially if you want to travel sustainably and live or stay in Germany, it makes sense to take a vacation in the country. You don’t have to travel to the end of the world, because Germany also has beautiful vacation destinations to offer: exciting cities, impressive landscapes, relaxing islands and above all: numerous exciting activities.

Win an overnight stay

With your overnight stay in one of our socialbnbs you not only make an individual vacation, but also support the ecological or social project you are traveling to with the overnight price. Learn more about our vision to make tourism fairer and win an overnight stay in one of our socialbnbs by subscribing to our newsletter. Subscribers will be entered into a monthly giveaway to win an overnight stay at one of our accommodations of your choice. This would be the perfect start for your trip with the 9-Euro-Ticket.

Our socialbnbs in Germany

In Germany, we have seven socialbnbs that are definitely worth a visit – check them out for yourself. From comfortable hotel rooms in the big city to adventurous hostel rooms and your own accommodation in the countryside, you’ll find everything you need – all with impact. Depending on where you start and what you personally want to do on your vacation, you can now put together your sustainable and social journey through Germany individually. Today and tomorrow, we’ll show you a sample route that allows you to travel in the most varied way possible and gain lots of new insights – here we go.

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Your vacation route with the 9-Euro-Ticket

In our sample route, we have selected three of our socialbnbs that you can easily reach with the German train and thus with the 9-Euro-Ticket. Are you already curious? We start in the North Rhine-Westphalian city of Münster, more precisely at the Alexianer Hotel am Wasserturm.

Alexianer Hotel am Wasserturm, Germany

We make the working world more colorful with our very special way and love what we do.

Stay in one of the bright, modern and cozy rooms of the Alexianer Hotel am Wasserturm and experience the exciting city of Münster. Our socialbnb is also an inclusive company that employs both people with and without disabilities equally.

It’s very centrally located, so you can explore the city by foot from the hotel. Here you can marvel at impressive buildings, visit museums, read a book in the park, try out cute cafés, do second-hand shopping and sip a cocktail or two in the evening – the perfect city trip.

Afterwards we travel on to Lübeck to the Kollektiv schickSAAL*. The journey from Münster Hauptbahnhof to Lübeck Hauptbahnhof takes about 4 hours and 30 minutes. You could also make a stop in the port city of Hamburg to minimize the travel time during the day.

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Kollektiv schickSAAL*, Germany

In Kollektiv schickSAAL* you have the opportunity to meet new people in a shared room. The room is lovingly furnished and offers you a phenomenal skylight through which you can look directly into the starry sky.

Moreover, Lübeck is a really cool city where the activities seem limitless: Boat tour, bike tour, Escape Rooms, many exciting museums, etc. So Lübeck is definitely worth a visit.

It continues to the Johanniter Hotel INCLUDiO in Regensburg. We recommend a few stops in between, e.g. in the capital Berlin or in the university city Jena.

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Johanniter Hotel INCLUDiO, Germany

In order to be able to really relax in between times, the Johanniter Hotel INCLUDiO with its wellness area, two saunas, relaxation lounge and fitness room is particularly suitable. In addition, all rooms are barrier-free and therefore accessible for every traveler.

Your overnight stay finances sustainable community development and education through creative arts. INCLUDiO – the first inclusive hotel in Regensburg – is a place where people with and without disabilities come together normally as travelers and employees; a good 50 percent of the jobs are held by people with disabilities.

What is still missing on the Germany trip? Exactly, a stay on a farm. How about the Wampendobler Paradies in Egglham?

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Wampendobler Paradies, Germany

This apartment has not only a beautiful rural location, but also a country, cozy natural wood furnishings – here you will immediately feel at home and can relax.

Since the hosts, Petra and Marc, a conscious lifestyle and handling of the environment and animals is very important, activities around these topics are offered. You can go on great hiking tours in national parks, such as the Bavarian Forest, take part in individual felting courses with natural materials or plan cultural activities. What do you think about that?

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Tomorrow Part II of “Your vacation with the 9-Euro-Ticket” will be online. No matter which destination you choose, feel free to let us know if and to what extent you’ll be using the 9-Euro-Ticket and feel free to send us photos or link us to posts from your socialbnb hopping.

If you need more inspiration for social value-added accommodations in Germany, this blog post might be exciting for you. Otherwise, we wish you an unforgettable summer trip – have fun!

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