For the train tickets in Germany, what are the age limits for reduced fares?
Infants and children aged 0-14 who are accompanied without a seat can enjoy free of charge. Children aged 6-14 can enjoy reduced fare.
Youth aged 15-26 may enjoy reduced fare (subject to availability).
Passengers aged 15 and over pay full fare (excluding passholder fares).
What are the differences between 1st and 2nd class train ticket in Germany?
As a 1st class passenger in Germany, you have many privileges: from the time you plan your journey up until you arrive at your destination. Hop on and enjoy the enhanced convenience and personal service. With 1st class ICE and IC train ticket in Germany, you can enjoy more space and privacy, as well as spacious, comfortable and adjustable seats and more legroom - with 3 seats per row instead of 4, wider aisles and generous storage room for your luggage. Sitting in 1st class is a whole new experience. Relaxation and tranquility await you in the 1st class quiet zones. Passengers here should avoid telephone calls, loud ring tones, music and other noises. WiFi in 1st class is free of charge and unlimited. With 1st class ICE and IC train ticket in Germany, seat reservation is included and you can also access to DB lounges in Berlin, Dresden, Düsseldorf,
Frankfurt - Main, Frankfurt - Main Flughafen, Hamburg, Köln, Leipzig, München, Nürnberg and Stuttgart etc.
How do I get the train ticket in Germany that I have purchased online?
You will receive your e-ticket by email, which is available in PDF attachment with the train journey information and a QR code or barcode to you digitally and you can save and present it as a screen ticket directly on your smartphone or tablet for train boarding and inspection. If your device battery dies or screen is cracked and you are unable to show a valid e-ticket and its QR code or barcode for inspection, it will be treated the same as any other customer unable to provide any other type of ticket, in line with the rail authority’s ticketless travel policy. You will need to purchase another ticket and may be subject to payment of a fine/penalty. It is recommended to print out the e-ticket.
The ticketing method of train tickets in Germany may vary from time to time and may differ from journey to
journey. Please refer to the instruction shown on your booking platform and ticket.
Are the train tickets in Germany refundable and exchangeable?
We offer train tickets in both options in Germany: non-refundable and/or non-exchangeable options at a lower price; and refundable and/or exchangeable options (fee applied) at a standard price. Depending on the fare of your purchased ticket, the exchange, cancellation and refund conditions may vary. The more interesting the price, the less favorable the conditions.
The after-sales conditions of train tickets in Germany may vary from time to time and may differ from journey to journey. Please refer to the conditions shown on your booking platform and ticket.
Why don’t I find my preferred train schedule in Germany?
Your train may not have been offered for sale yet. Most train tickets in Germany are bookable up to 3-5 months before departure. Please try again later. Works may be planned on your journey or the train may be full and sold out. Please try alternative journey or train.
How to book a cheap train ticket in Germany?
Train tickets tend to be cheaper when you book them up to 2-3 months in advance. Most train tickets in Germany are bookable up to 3-5 months in advance before departure.