Train – Trains are probably the fastest method of transport, but are not always the cheapest. The country’s rail system, the Deutsche Barn, has both regular trains and high-speed trains. Regular trains are cheaper, but naturally have longer journeys. Before you book your ticket, plan out which type of train will be best for you.
Bus – Buses are the cheapest public transport in Germany. Despite not being as efficient as trains, buses are almost always on time and offer a comfortable passenger experience with air conditioning, plenty of legroom and sometimes even free Wi-Fi.
Car – You will have likely heard about Germany’s main road network, the Autobahn, which is famous for not having concrete speed limits in certain areas. Whether or not the allure of the Autobahn terrifies you or excites you as a driver, check out this helpful website so that you know what to expect before your drive.