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Aren't trains in Europe supposed to be a good deal?

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I'm so puzzled on the train. I figured that would definately be a budget form of travel but I went to the website and just one way from Amsterdam to Munich was like 250 Euros for second class?? I think a rental car is the best way? Am I missing something? Am I not looking at the right train? I was looking for a ten day pass AMS, Germany, and Salzburg.

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