This Germany train guide will help you learn about how to travel by train in Germany and how to get the best deals on train tickets while you are there.

Germany Train Guide: How to Travel

Travelling by train in Germany is a great way to get around the country. The German rail network is vast, and there are links to all major and minor cities as well as international destinations.

Most large German cities have multiple train stations, including a central station, which is called a Hauptbahnhof in German. Smaller cities tend to only have one railway station. You can find out which trains depart from and arrive at which stations by checking timetables.

Most German trains are new and nice, and there are many options for high-speed trains that make travelling long distances fast and easy. There are first and second class options on many trains in Germany, too.

Germany Train Guide: Tickets

Train tickets for Germany are available for purchase both online and at the train stations. If you purchase your tickets in advance, you can often get special discounted fares that are only offered online. Concessions are available for many types of passengers, including students, seniors, children, and groups. If you qualify, make sure to specify when you are booking in order to get a discount.