Travel route Northern Germany


Northern Germany is so much more than just Berlin and big cities. There are tons of cute towns to explore and even impressive nature area’s.
The whole train route takes about 9 hours and can be done in a week. I do recommend you take a bit more time to really enjoy the places and take into account any delays. This also leaves room for daytrips.


Northern Germany is so much more than Berlin and maybe Hamburg. I myself have waited far too long to train travel in Germany. Despite it being so easy to travel both from the Netherlands and from my second home Prague. But, not interesting enough, I guess? I had been to Berlin a few times, but the rest I’ve practically only discovered since the € 9 train ticket in Germany finally gave me a reason to properly explore. I did a trip around the North and South, and this is the travel route Northern Germany I created for you.

In this train travel guide you’ll find the inspiration for the route and basic information, such as travel time, train costs, information about German trains and where to book tickets and some basic information about the different stops. The guide is intended for those who like to plan their own trips, but are especially very overwhelmed by the amount of choice with train journeys.

It contains this:

  • A ready-made route through southern Germany
  • All the train information you need in Germany
  • Important train details such as travel time and a price indication for both high and low season
  • Basic information on the stops you make
  • Links to blogs where you can find more information about the locations on the route
  • Links to my go to platforms for hotels and activities
  • Basic information about the country such as best travel time

The whole route takes about 9 hours and includes 6 stops. Most journeys are about an hour, so there’s plenty of time to explore and to add daytrips as well. You could do the route in a week. If you want to take it a little slower, I would recommend 10-14 days. People complain a lot about the German trains that they have a lot of delays. I personally haven’t had that experience at all, but it might be useful to take some extra time in case you do lose a day due to delays and missed transfers.



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