きみの Erlangenに Ingolstadtここから列車の旅が始まります
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Erlangenから Ingolstadt Central Stationへの格安列車の移動
Ingolstadt Central Stationへの旅行に関するより重要な情報
Ingolstadt (US: ING-gəl-s(h)taht, German: [ˈʔɪŋɡɔlˌʃtat], Austro-Bavarian: [ˈʔɪŋl̩ʃtɔːd]) is a city in Bavaria, Germany, on the banks of the Danube, in the centre of Bavaria.
In 2016, it had 133,638 citizens, making it the fifth largest city in Bavaria.
It is part of the Munich Metropolitan Region. The Illuminati, an Age of Enlightenment secret society, was founded in Ingolstadt in the late 18th century. Ingolstadt is a setting in the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, where the scientist Victor Frankenstein creates his monster. It is the site of the headquarters of the German automobile manufacturer Audi, defence aircraft manufacturer Airbus (formerly Cassidian Air Systems), and electronic stores Media Markt and Saturn. Ingolstadt Central Station has been connected to Nuremberg by a high-speed rail link since May 2006.
Ingolstadt also has a second passenger station at Ingolstadt Nord..
Additional Information About Erlangen
Erlangen (German pronunciation: [ˌɛɐ̯ˈlaŋən]; East Franconian: Erlang) is a Middle Franconian city in Bavaria, Germany.
It is the seat of the administrative district Erlangen-Höchstadt (former administrative district Erlangen) and with 113,758 inhabitants (as of 30 June 2019) it is the smallest of the eight major cities in Bavaria.
The number of inhabitants exceeded the threshold of 100,000 in 1974, making Erlangen a major city. Together with Nuremberg, Fürth and Schwabach, Erlangen forms one of the three metropolises in Bavaria.
With the surrounding area, these cities form the European Metropolitan Region of Nuremberg, one of 11 metropolitan areas in Germany.
The cities of Nuremberg, Fürth and Erlangen also form a triangle on a map, which represents the heartland of the Nuremberg conurbation. An element of the city that goes back a long way in history, but is still noticeable, is the settlement of Huguenots after the withdrawal of the Edict of Nantes in 1685.
Today, many aspects of daily life in the city are dominated by the Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg and the Siemens technology group..