Travel by train to experience the magic of the German Christmas markets filled with gifts, toys, ornaments, gingerbread & other tasty treats.
Travel from Munich to Zurich by train in comfort aboard a EuroCity train. Learn about these two amazing cities & how to travel between them by train.
Travel from Frankfurt to Munich is easily done by ICE high-speed train. With Rail Europe & DB, you can take advantage of visiting both of these amazing German cities in a day.
Explore some of the top beaches in Europe, both family-friendly & nude. Get info on how to travel to these European beaches, many which are off-the-beaten-path.
German culture shared through funny travel stories about German beer & toilets in Germany. Enjoy these eclectic German travel testimonials from our Culture Shock Contest!
Travel between France and Germany by train. Take Thalys or TGV Est trains during the day, or take the City Night Line. Explore all of France and Germany by train!
Travel from Berlin to Prague is quick & efficient by train. Explore Berlin’s youthful atmosphere, then take in the culture and history of Prague.
Oktoberfest is the highlight of Germany’s cultural calendar and easily reached by train. Get fun facts about Oktoberfest and train travel information from Munich to Berlin.
Make the most out of your Eurail Pass by taking advantage of the Eurail bonuses. Bonuses provide free & discounted travel as well as deals on hotels, museums and more! These insider tips come from our rail expert Jackie.
The Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg, Germany is the world’s largest model railway with incredible craft and lifelike detail. Learn about this masterpiece and how to travel by rail to Hamburg, a popular tourist destination in the North of Germany.
There’s more to German food than sausage, beer and black forest cake. Yes, this is the land of frankfurters and hamburgers, but there’s so much more. Let’s dig in.
Read about the reverly, and plan for a visit next year to Oktoberfest. With 14 tasty tents and plenty of tradition, this is the highlight of Deutchland’s cultural calendar.
Debbie Johnsen has always remembered that taking the train is the best way to uncover a new city. Read about her recent travels to Germany, and how the efficient rail system worked to her advantage.
The Black Forest stretches 100 miles along Germany’s southwestern border with France. The region got its name because its forests are so dense the locals called them black. The best way to see it all is truly by driving (yes, Rail Europe is saying this.)
Munich is best known the world over for its incredibly rambunctious Oktoberfest. For 16 days, over six million lager lovers turn the city into a giant keg party.