Germany – Transport.

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The national railway company, Deutsche Bahn, operates trains throughout Germany, including high-speed ICE trains. Many larger cities in Germany also have underground and suburban rail networks, known as the U-Bahn and S-Bahn, respectively. These provide efficient transport around the city and are a good option for getting to and from the airport.

Regional and long-distance buses are also available in Germany, with companies such as Flixbus and Eurolines providing services throughout the country and to neighboring countries.

Germany is, in general, bicycle friendly, with many bike lanes in cities. There is also a substantial network of well signed, long distance bike routes BICYCLE ROUTE PLANNER GERMANY + Germany – EuroVelo

Here are the websites of the transport systems for the top 20 cities in Germany:

 

Buses.

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MeinFernbus | Stations & Destinations — Germany’s largest long-distance bus company.

+ FlixbusBerlin Linien BusPostbusEurolinesBlaBlaBusRegioJet

Information on almost all bus routes in Germany – BUSRADAR.com.

Also сheck оut мore info: *Intercity buses in Germany / *Long distance bus travel in Germany

Trains.

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Germany has an extensive rail passenger transport network, operated by Deutsche Bahn (DB), the national railway company.

A website providing information on train travel in Europe, including Germany: RailEuropeTrainlineInterrailEurailVGNSNCB International • ÖBB • Thalys.

City Night Line: A website providing information on overnight train travel in Europe, including Germany.

Also сheck оut мore info: *Rail travel in Germany

Waterways.

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Baltic Sea Ferries: Stena Line, TT-Line, and Finnlines.

North Sea Ferries: DFDS Seaways, which operates ferries between Germany and Newcastle.

River Ferries: Germany has many ferry services that operate on its rivers, such as the Elbe, Rhine, and Moselle rivers. Some of the popular river ferry services include KD Rhine Line, Weisse Flotte, and Sächsische Dampfschiffahrt.

Lake Constance Ferries: The largest lake in Germany, Lake Constance offers several ferry routes connecting Germany, Switzerland, and Austria.

Sylt and Rügen Island Ferry: FRS SyltfähreAdler-SchiffeWyker Dampfschiffs-Reederei.

Car.

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If you have a valid driver’s license from an EU/EEA country, you can drive in Germany without any additional documents. If you have a driver’s license from a non-EU/EEA country, you may need an International Driving Permit (IDP) in addition to your regular driver’s license.

Europcar is one of the largest car rental services in Europe and has a wide range of vehicles available for rent in Germany. Sixt is a German car rental company with locations in over 100 countries. + AvisHertzBudget

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