Arrival in Berlin by Train

Arrival in Berlin by Train

Information on getting to Berlin by train and about arrival at Berlin's long-distance and regional train stations.

Bahnverkehr zur Weihnachtszeit

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Traveling to Berlin by train is a comfortable and environmentally friendly alternative to airplanes. You can reach the German capital by the fast InterCityExpress (ICE), InterCity, EuroCity and InterRegio trains as well as by regional train. Several night train lines also connect Berlin to other large European cities such as Brussels, Amsterdam, Vienna and Zurich. The Berlin-Warszawa Express is another special train line connecting the German and Polish capital cities.

Travelers getting to Berlin by train arrive at one of the city's main train stations. Almost all international, national and regional trains stop at Berlin Central Station (Hauptbahnhof). All of Berlin's railway stations have direct links to public transportion.

Timetables, Connections & Reservations

The DB website offers information about train connections to Berlin as well as opportunities to make reservations online. Tickets and seat reservations, timetables for departures and arrival, and other information are also available at the travel centres and service points of the Deutsche Bahn. These customer service points are located inside major train stations in German.

Information & Tickets via Phone

You can get information on train travel and book tickes by calling the DB's English service number: +49 (0)30 311682904
Operating hours: Mon-Fri 9.30 AM to 9 PM, Sat-Sun 10 AM to 2 PM

Lost Property:

If you lost some of your personal belongings or found something during your train trip, you can contact the DB customer service points in major train station or fill out a lost and found report online.

Eröffnung Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt (BER)
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Train Stations

Information about train stations and central bus stations in Berlin. more


| Last edited: 16. February 2022

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