Map of the major rail lines in Germany, with information on buying tickets, railpasses, and the types of German trains and routes.

How to Travel Throughout Germany by Rail

Map of the major rail lines in Germany, with information on buying tickets, railpasses, and the types of German trains and routes.

Understanding your German train ticket - Loco2 Help

Understanding your German train ticket - Loco2 Help

Read all about train travel in Germany like purchasing German train tickets, seat reservations, timetables for German trains, and discount train passes and tickets.

Train Travel in Germany: Essential Tips for Travelers

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Sergeant F.H.J. Ricketts examining railway ties which were cut by the last German train through Carovilli, Italy, 26 November 1943

Sergeant F. Ricketts examining railway ties which were cut by the last German train through Carovilli, Italy, 26 November 1943

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Train Travel in Germany: Essential Tips for Travelers

Read all about train travel in Germany like purchasing German train tickets, seat reservations, timetables for German trains, and discount train passes and tickets.

Budget train travel in Germany: Save money with discount train tickets. Check out these German discount train tickets and special offers and book online, at ticket vending machines in Germany, or at the ticket counters of the German National Railway, which are located in most German train stations.

Discount Train Tickets in Germany

Read all about train travel in Germany like purchasing German train tickets, seat reservations, timetables for German trains, and discount train passes and tickets.

Thrifty Travel Mama | Booking German Train Tickets Online

Booking German (Deutsche Bahn) Train Tickets Online

Thrifty Travel Mama's Guide to Booking German Rail Tickets Online

Christien Meindertsma followed an individual pig through its life and death, to see where all the parts of the pig ended up.  This pig did not have a name per se, but it did have a number:  Pig 05049.  And Meindertsma found that this pig's parts made their way into a remarkable array of modern products and devices (including bullets -- no kidding).  Among the places bits of Pig 05049 ended up:  soap, toothpaste, bread, low-fat butter, concrete, German train brakes, fine bone china, paint…

Pig Parts are in Bullets, Artificial Hearts, and Cigarettes

The 4th episode of our revamped travel podcast is out! We discuss expensive Australian postage and beer, tell a story about eating in Hong Kong, and learn of Hanna's misadventures on a German train. - TheOpportunisticTravelers.com

Best Fish and Chips In The World & Any Train's The Right Train, Right?

The episode of our revamped travel podcast is out! We discuss expensive Australian postage and beer, tell a story about eating in Hong Kong, and learn of Hanna's misadventures on a German train.

Map of the major rail lines in Germany, with information on buying tickets, railpasses, and the types of German trains and routes.

How to Travel Throughout Germany by Rail

Map of the major rail lines in Germany, with information on buying tickets, railpasses, and the types of German trains and routes.

High speed ICE Trains Germany

From TGV down south, to the high speeds of the ICE German trains .instead of "stuck in rush hour.

Holy cow, how did it get to be almost a year? To recap, we'll share few of our favorite things from the three continents we've visited. And just in time for Christmas, a story of being stuck in then kicked out of a nearly  abandoned German train station. Ah, there's no place like being abroad. - TheOpportunisticTravelers.com

Favorite Continental Things & German Train Christmas Nightmare

Holy cow, how did it get to be almost a year? To recap, we'll share few of our favorite things from the three continents we've visited. And just in time for Christmas, a story of being stuck in then kicked out of a nearly abandoned German train station. Ah, there's no place like being abroad. - TheOpportunisticTravelers.com

The Easy to Use German Trains: Frankfurt Airport to Cochem - YouTube

Understanding the German Train System

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