I did a page on Train Travel Germany because it is hands down one of the best ways to see Germany. There are so many reasons why using the train is a great option for your travel plans. The combination of no airport headaches, no driving headaches, and the enhanced ability to see wonderful sights out your window make train travel the ultimate less stress way to travel. The train experience can’t be beat, and if you are traveling to Bavaria, Germany, or anywhere else in Europe for that matterThe Only way to Travel in Europe is by train! is by train!
What do I do if I want to travel by train?
It can be especially confusing for Americans traveling in Germany to figure out their travel plans on their own and consider train travel. Since some Americans may not use the train systems as often as Europeans, the travel planning can seem daunting. Don’t let planning train travel scare you! It isn’t that hard or scary, in fact it is really easy. Just relax, take your time and plan a little before you go. You will be rewarded by a low stress wonderful trip!By using a service like Eurostar Booking Center , you can easily book tickets, make your travel plans ahead of time, and save the hassle of trying to figure out how to buy the right tickets while you are already there. Let’s face it, there is nothing more stressful than trying to figure out what you are buying when you don’t speak the language – take the stress out by planning ahead!
Train Travel Germany – Figure out where you want to go
The European rail system is perfect for whatever travel plans you have, especially in Germany. Fast and efficient rails take you to pretty much anywhere you want to go in Bavaria. From Munich to Fussen, Wurzburg to Augsburg, Bavaria is a breeze to see by train. In fact you can even get an unlimited German rail pass for up to ten days of travel. This Map of Germany gives more detail of the rail routes in Germany.
Do you have experiences with traveling by train in Germany?
What do you think about travling through Bavaria and all of Germany by train? If you have a travel by train story, I’d love to hear it, and so would others who are thinking about using the train to travel in Germany. I am looking forward to hearing your story and seeing your pictures…!