Train Bern → Mannheim
Duration 3h10 - From $122
Switzerland’s capital is hot again With its exceptional location inside a bend of the river Aare, the Swiss capital of Bern is a city that feels more like a charming town. As it possesses a remarkably preserved medieval city center, the Old Town of Bern has also been named a UNESCO World heritage site. Arriving by train into Bern is quite easy due to its location in the heart of the country. Swiss trains run hourly, if not more, often directly from airport locations. Forget the expensive cab ride or rental car. You can be in Bern from Zurich airport in 75 minutes, and Geneva in less than two hours. The train station itself has many amenities such as luggage lockers, shopping, events ticket sales, restaurants and a post office. When you exit, the Old Town is within easy walking distance. Learn more about Bern
Mannheim : Lots to see and do - from museums to outdoor activities In Southwest Germany, Stuttgart is the cradle of the German auto industry and Frankfurt is a bustling economic center. And just 35 minutes from each of these cities by the high-speed ICE train, lies less-visited Mannheim. At the confluence of the Rhine and Neckar rivers, this is the region’s second largest city, and offers plenty to see and do. Think museums, shopping, rockin’ music scene and a history of innovation. Its unique grid pattern of its downtown streets gave Mannheim the nickname, “The Quadrate City.” Then there’s that small invention known as the car. Learn more about Mannheim
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