Germany Railway(DB)(Deutsche Bahn)

Train Type: Deutsche Bahn

The main passenger rail system in Germany is Deutsche Bahn (DB or German Rail), commonly known as "Die Bahn". More than 4.5 million people use DB's 29,000 trains per day and serve more than 5,500 stations along 35,000 km of tracks. Deutsche Bahn used to be a government company but is now fully privatized (although it is entirely owned by the government).

The connection between the former East and West halves of the country has been upgraded and expanded, and the German high-speed rail has now reached all major cities in the east. Almost all of the roadbed in the eastern part of the country has been upgraded or abandoned.

It is worth noting that Germany is a trade union country and that the Strikes of Railway Workers may happen at any time, for various reasons, although it is still a fairly rare situation and usually has many advance notices. However, travelers should be aware that even a short “warning” of a city

1st Class

The main passenger rail system in Germany is Deutsche Bahn (DB or German Rail), commonly known as "Die Bahn". More than 4.5 million people use DB's 29,000 trains per day and serve more than 5,500 stations along 35,000 km of tracks. Deutsche Bahn used to be a government company but is now fully privatized (although it is entirely owned by the government).

The connection between the former East and West halves of the country has been upgraded and expanded, and the German high-speed rail has now reached all major cities in the east. Almost all of the roadbed in the eastern part of the country has been upgraded or abandoned.

It is worth noting that Germany is a trade union country and that the Strikes of Railway Workers may happen at any time, for various reasons, although it is still a fairly rare situation and usually has many advance notices. However, travelers should be aware that even a short “warning” of a city

Facilities in the coach
  • * More space, comfortable seats
  • * More peace
  • * Seat reservation included
  • * Access to DB lounges
  • * Free Wi-Fi without data limit
  • * At-seat food and beverages service
  • * Free daily newspapers
  • * Quiet Zone
  • * Firm Table beside the seat

2nd Class

The main passenger rail system in Germany is Deutsche Bahn (DB or German Rail), commonly known as "Die Bahn". More than 4.5 million people use DB's 29,000 trains per day and serve more than 5,500 stations along 35,000 km of tracks. Deutsche Bahn used to be a government company but is now fully privatized (although it is entirely owned by the government).

The connection between the former East and West halves of the country has been upgraded and expanded, and the German high-speed rail has now reached all major cities in the east. Almost all of the roadbed in the eastern part of the country has been upgraded or abandoned.

It is worth noting that Germany is a trade union country and that the Strikes of Railway Workers may happen at any time, for various reasons, although it is still a fairly rare situation and usually has many advance notices. However, travelers should be aware that even a short “warning” of a city

Facilities in the coach
  • * Comfortable seating with more legroom than on planes
  • * Free Wi-Fi with data limit
  • * Special zones for using mobile phones or quiet travel
  • * Socket at your seat
  • * On-board catering with meals, drinks and snacks