Cheap travel alert, from Germany rail! For only 9 Euros you can travel across Germany to whatever destinations you desire. Yes, you read it right, for the same price as a Big Mac meal you can purchase an unlimited travel pass that’s valid throughout Germany for the months of June, July or August.
For those who want to get to know Germany, which is a top destination for Brazilians who study or work in Ireland, traveling by train across Germany gives you the possibility to see a bit of nature there, while enjoying a train trip in Europe’s largest economy.
Along with some great cities to visit, such as Berlin, Hamburg or Munich, Germany offers beaches, forests, lakes and castles throughout it’s vast rail network. Some of the destinations you may wish to take in include the below:
1. Neuschwanstein Castle
You know those beautiful castles that look like they’re out of a fairy tale, the architecture of Neuschwanstein Castle will remind you of that the moment you get close to it. The castle is located in Hohenschwangau and is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Europe, being a castle that was built in the 19th century and simply represents one of the greatest works in the world.
The coolest thing about these tourist spots is that, looking at the map, they are many kilometers away from each other, but even so, you can visit them all with a simple train ticket of 9 Euros and you still have the possibility to know more places during a whole month.
One destination you should not miss on your trip to Germany is the Berlin, with the Brandenburg Gate, the Holocaust Memorial, Museum Island, the Holocausts Memorial and the Berlin Wall. It’s the country’s most lively and international city, with vast options to choose from when it comes to eating, partying, and sightseeing.
3. The Black Forest
The beautiful Black Forest, in South Western Germany is one of the most visited upland regions in all of Europe. It’s a great destination for those looking to hike or take in the incredible scenery, with unspolit towns and villages dotted throughout 200kms of mountains, rivers and unique lush woodland.
If you have some free time this summer grab yourself a 9 Euro unlimited train ticket and start your trip across Germany!