About Train Travel
Train Travel Tips
Do you like to go fast? With high-speed trains going faster than 300 km/h on certain routes, the time will fly by. Taking a train between Berlin and Munich is also a great way to travel to arrive in the city centre and save more time for your stay in Munich.
No matter if you plan to take a regional or high-speed train to Munich, the planet will thank you. You’ll help to protect the beautiful landscapes that will unfold before your very eyes.
With up to 30x less CO2 emissions for your train journey between Berlin and Munich, the train is an ecological alternative to flights or personal cars.
Create your own real life musical score by curating a personalised bus travel playlist - the perfect accompaniment to your bus ride from Berlin to Munich.
Did you know?
Some trains in Sweden can recover more than a fifth of the energy they use by braking. This is especially true with ore trains as they descend from Narvik to Kiruna.
You can find dogs as passengers on the trains of Moscow, where there is a large number of stray dogs. Over time, the dogs have learned the inner workings of the rail system and it is not uncommon to find one travelling between the city and the suburbs.
The magnetic levitation train (Maglev for short) is currently the fastest train in the world. With a speed of 603 km/ h, it is closely followed by the French high-speed train (574.8 km / h) which remains in 2020, the fastest train to date