27FEB 2020
Travel to Germany by train

Travel to Germany by train

Germany - Travel & Leisure Germany Travel & Leisure Traveling by train in Europe can be a lot more pleasant if you know a few tricks of the trade—particularly in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. European trains, including German Rail, are among the best in the world. Europe s fastest trains, the French TGV and Germany s ICE (InterCity Express), are technologically…

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18FEB 2020
Train booking in Germany

Train booking in Germany

At German train stations You can make reservations at a ticket office in the larger train stations in Germany. Tell the staff that you have a German Rail Pass and that you only need a seat reservation. You can usually make reservations up to 3 months in advance. Online through the German railways website…
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09FEB 2020
Munich to Salzburg train Schedule

Munich to Salzburg train Schedule

It depends. Exchange and refund rules are governed by the kind of fare you purchased. You’ll see that on our website, we’ve categorized train tickets in three flexibility categories. Non Flexible fares, which offer the best value but are generally not exchangeable or refundable Semi Flexible Fares, which…
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31JAN 2020
Train from Munich to Verona

Train from Munich to Verona

A multi-country jaunt is no laughing matter, but you can make it smooth and relaxing with our new cross-border fares from Germany to Italy. Routes from Munich to all major cities in Italy are available, so you can plan accordingly for your time in Deutschland and make your way across the northern countryside…
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22JAN 2020
ICE International train

ICE International train

Travelling on an ICE International train means comfortable travel. n the bar/buffet car, you can order a simple meal, sandwiches, salads, hot snacks and beverages and pay in cash or with a credit card. On some ICE International trains, personnel come around to your seat selling beverages and snacks…
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13JAN 2020
Köln train map

Köln train map

Experience Cologne with Wolters Bimmelbahnen mini-trains! Every day at half-hour intervals, you can take a mini-train for a comfortable ride to the Chocolate Museum or the zoo. Mini-trains are highly recommended for families with children and for people with limited mobility. Riders can simply hop off…

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04JAN 2020
IC trains Europe

IC trains Europe

There are a number of train types in the Netherlands ready to transport you both day and night. Most of the Dutch network is operated by NS (Nederlandse Spoorwegen). Use the to check times for trains in the Netherlands. Regional and Intercity trains in the Netherlands The main rail network in the Netherlands is made up of the following regional and Intercity trains: Intercity trains…

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26DEC 2019
Train Brussels to Berlin

Train Brussels to Berlin

Taking the train from Brussels to Berlin is easy. You only need to change trains once along the way. That change of train is at Cologne Hauptbahnhof where, if you’re quick, you’ll have a chance to peek inside the city’s famous cathedral before continuing your journey to Berlin. The run from Brussels to Cologne is on either a Thalys train or a Deutsche Bahn ICE service. The most…

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17DEC 2019
Berlin to Austria train

Berlin to Austria train

Comfortable trains Smooth ride and comfortable seats. As an international traveller, I would like to have English version of all the signage and announcement if possible. Value for money Convenience excellent trip Though the train was late initially, it has reached Berlin HBF on time so that I could catch my onward train Last Leg Basic train travel with plenty of stops, and…

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08DEC 2019
Trains from Paris to Frankfurt Germany

Trains from Paris to Frankfurt Germany

It’s not every day a train route is so revolutionary, it can change travel plans all over Europe. Yet, with standard operating speeds of nearly 200 mph, that’s what the TGV Est/Alleo lines did with their expansion in 2010. Now travelers can enjoy eastward connections from Paris to the Champagne-Ardenne, Lorraine and Alsace regions, and then continue with direct service to Ile-de-France…

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