Germany by train


Up to 91% off Germany year-round! Specials

Up to 91% off Germany year-round!



Super Sparpreis fares are point to point rail fares in Germany offering up to 91% off the standard rate! They are available year-round (subject to availability) and are instant purchase. Deutsche Bahn (DB) offers these fares year-round in first and second class, allowing travellers to experience Germany at speeds of up to 320km/h for less! 

Popular Routes:

to/from 1st Class 2nd Class 1st Class 2nd Class Travel Time
Berlin - Munich $51.00 $42.00 $54.00 $45.00 3h58m
Frankfurt Airport - Cologne $51.00 $42.00 $54.00 $45.00 50m
Berlin - Frankfurt $51.00 $42.00 $54.00 $45.00 4h08m
Munich - Nuremberg $51.00 $42.00 $54.00 $45.00 1h04m
Berlin - Dresden $51.00 $42.00 $54.00 $45.00 2h08m
Heidelberg - Stuttgart* $51.00 $42.00 $54.00 $45.00 1h40m
Hannover - Munich $51.00 $42.00 $54.00 $45.00 4h34m

*Price does not include seat reservations

1st Class

  • 2+1 seats in each row
  • Comfortable reclining leather seats with folding tables
  • At seat food service trolley offering snacks and hot & cold drinks for purchase
  • Quiet zones available
  • Air conditioning
  • Power sockets at all seats

2nd Class

  • Reclining seats with folding tables
  • Trolley service with beverages

Other Amenities

  • At seat power sockets
  • Dining car
  • Free WIFI
  • ICE Portal - free on board information & entertainment. Stream free of charge. 

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Be enlightened by Germany's rich history and culture with many of its natural wonders it has to offer from the Black Forest, Bavarian Alps, and The Barbarossa Cave to the Elbe Sandstone Mountains. Discover the old and the new and be blown away by the natural beauty of the country and see why Germany is so popular nowadays.


Train Travel in Germany

Germany is a leader in rail transport in Europe. With over 41,000 km of railway tracks, trains go everywhere in Germany. The national rail company of Germany is Deutsche Bahn (DB). The German high speed trains are called ICE (InterCity Express). The ICE trains mostly operate locally, however they do operate on some international routes to the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria, France and Denmark. Other trains which operate in Germany are the EuroCity which are international long-distance trains, the Intercity which are national long-distance trains and the EuroNight which are international night trains.






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