S Bahn Germany
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S Bahn Germany - Info
S-Bahn trains provide suburban services in and around the big cities in Germany. Most trains provide second class only, bikes are taken without reservation.
- Comfortable seats
- Comfortable seats
- Quiet atmosphere
- First class is not provided on all S-Bahn services
Special compartments for familys and for parents with babies and toddlers. Children up to 14 years travel for free with their (grand)parents.
Dogs are taken as long they are on a leash and wear a muzzle. Dogs carried in a bench or bag travel for free, large dogs pay half the fare of an adult.
No luggage limit on board of S-Bahn-trains. Small luggage can be stowed in the overhead luggage racks or under your seat, for larger cases there are luggage racks in the compartments and near the outside doors.
No check-in needed, you can turn up at the station and board the train at any time before departure.
Discount cards - Bahncard
The German Bahncard 25 and Bahndcard gives 25 or 50 percent discount on full fares. Furthermore the BahnCard 25 gives 25% off cheap Sparpreis-fares.
Interrail / Eurail
For groups from 6 persons we offer special group fare, see Group travel by train.
The S-Bahn connects with ICE-trains in many big cities like Berlin and Frankfurt. More information: Business travel by train.
At the station
For first class passengers special lounges are avaible on large stations, both within Germany and abroad. For second class passengers waiting rooms and restaurants are located within all stations. The train number, destination and time of departure will be published at screens at the stations. The platform will be announced around 30 minutes for departure but always keep a look at the screens or listen to the announcements for any changes.
Germany by train - Train tickets & info
How to book cheap train tickets in Germany:
- Book as early as possibe
- Train tickets are available 6 months in advance
- Avoid trains in rush hour
- Travel very early in the morning or early in the afternoon
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- Deutsche Bahn is the name of the national railways of Germany
- "Sparpreis" is the name of the promo tickets of Deutsche Bahn
- ICE International is the high speed train of Deutsche Bahn
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