9’Euro ticket -9’Euro ticket
why not take the chance to travel around Germany on a budget
To answer the question of where to go
I’ve picked out a few nice holiday destinations that you can explore this summer with the €9 ticket.
I’ve also put together a list of different routes from
Berlin ,Hamburg ,Frankfurt ,Munich
From capital Berlin → Greifswald: You won’t get closer to the Baltic Sea: it takes just under three hours by Regio from Berlin
Berlin → Stralsund: It takes a little longer to get to Stralsund than to Greifswald.
Berlin → Usedom: The beautiful sunny island off the coast of Pomerania can be reached
Berlin → Hamburg: You need at least four hours to get to Hamburg.
Berlin → Sylt: This summer, you can reach the holiday destination favoured by northern Germans at a snip. However, you’ll have to change trains at least three times to get there in eight and a half hours.
Berlin → Cologne: Berlin to Cologne is almost outrageous, but the journey also takes a long time and you have to change trains several times. The regional connections all take between eight and a half and nine and a half hours.
Berlin → Phantasialand in Brühl: If you’re already in Cologne, why not continue on to Phantasialand? It’s only a stone’s throw to Brühl, and once you arrive at the station, a shuttle bus will take you to the amusement park.
Hamburg → Lübeck gorgeous architecture and deep ties to the historic Hanseatic League,
Hamburg → Bremen. …
Hamburg → Schwerin. …
Hamburg → Lüneburg. …
Hamburg → Altes Land. …
Hamburg → Travemünde. …
Hamburg → Stade….
Hamburg → Wismar….
Hamburg → Ludwigslust Castle….
Hamburg → Glücksburg Castle….
Hamburg → Cuxhaven….
Hamburg → Heligoland….
Hamburg → Wadden Sea…
Hamburg → Schaalsee….
Hamburg → Fehmarn Island…..
From Frankfurt→ Heidelberg….
One of the best side trips from Frankfurt is to the spa town of Baden-Baden.
Frankfurt→ Rhine Valley
It’s hard to resist the call of the Rhine Valley while in Frankfurt.
Frankfurt→ Eltz Castle
Germany is famous for its castles and one of the best has to be Eltz Castle.
Frankfurt→ Rothenburg ob der Tauber
Probably Germany’s most famous stop along its Romantic Road,
Just a short trip from Frankfurt you’ll find the historic city of Mainz.
Across the border in France,
Frankfurt→ Wertheim Village
While you’ll find plenty of opportunities for shopping in Frankfurt,
Sitting just across the river from Mainz, Wiesbaden is one of the oldest spa towns
For a fantastic walled town that’s close to Frankfurt,
Frankfurt→ Frankenstein Castle
Yes, it’s possible to visit a castle in Germany that likely inspired the famous monster tale of Frankenstein.
If you’re aching to get away from civilization, one of your best options is the sea of rocks known as Felsenmeer.
MUNICH → NEUSCHWANSTEIN CASTLE
Schloss Neuschwanstein is the most visited tourist attraction in Bavaria.
MUNICH → BAMBERG
Bamberg in Germany is one big UNESCO World Heritage site.
MUNICH → REGENSBURG
Regensburg once guarded an important bridge across the River Maine
MUNICH → SALZBURG IN AUSTRIA
The beautiful town of Salzburg might be across the Austrian border,
MUNICH → NUREMBERG
Nuremberg is the capital of the Franconia region in Germany
MUNICH → WÜRZBURG
MUNICH → BAYREUTH
The quaint little town of Bayreuth would not appear on any tourist map
MUNICH → AUGSBURG
MUNICH → ULM
Did you know that the highest church tower in the world is located in Germany? Ulm is only 90 minutes away from Munich
MUNICH → ALTÖTTING
Altötting is quite the insider tip. The town is the most important pilgrimage site in Bavaria and three popes have visited it
MUNICH → BURGHAUSEN
Another wonderful day tour from Munich is Burghausen
MUNICH → INNSBRUCK
Innsbruck is one of the oldest towns in Austria and has been continuously settled for more than 3,000 years. Today,
MUNICH → DACHAU CONCENTRATION CAMP
One of the darkest chapters of our history happened during the reign of the Nazis.
MUNICH → LINDERHOF PALACE
NP:- The €9 ticket is only valid for local and regional transport. All ICEs, ICs, ECs, Flixtrains and long-distance buses are excluded.