HOW TO GET TO GERMANY: FLIGHTS AND AIRPORTS
The plane is the fastest way to get to Germany. Germany is served by over 100 international airlines. The German flag carrier Lufthansa, together with its Star Alliance partners, offers the most frequent and widespread connections. The network of connections to Germany offered by the Star Alliance airlines connects Germany with a total of 795 destinations worldwide. Lufthansa airline is the one that offers better service and more frequent flights between other countries and Germany.
There are also numerous low cost airlines that have connections to several German cities. The flights of low cost airlines are often directed to the smaller regional airports and have very competitive prices.
The most important airports in Germany are those of Frankfurt, Munich, Berlin Brandenburg, Cologne / Bonn and Hamburg. The connections between the railway network and the airports are excellent, such as in the AIRail Terminals of the Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Cologne and Berlin Schönefeld airports from where direct ICE or IC trains leave for the main German and European cities. All the main German airports are connected to the railway network or are equipped with rapid shuttles that, in a few minutes (maximum 40 minutes), reach the nearest station.
Internal Transport: Numerous internal flights connect the various German cities.
HOW TO GET TO GERMANY: FERRIES
International Transport: There are ferries that connect Germany with Denmark, Sweden and Finland.
HOW TO GET TO GERMANY: TRAINS
Germany has an impressive and efficient rail network that branches over 40,000 km. There are many lines and high-speed trains connecting the main German cities and neighboring countries. There are also many connections with other European countries.
HOW TO GET TO GERMANY: AUTOBUS
The country has a dense and efficient bus network linking the main cities and smaller towns. This bus network is perfectly integrated with regional and local trains.
ACCOMMODATIONS, APARTMENTS, B&B AND HOTELS
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