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My husband and I are planning a trip to Germany and we would like to visit Munich, Regensburg, Berchtesgaden, Garmisch, and Landshut Germany via train. Can someone please explain which type of train tickets to buy. It seems as though there are different types of tickets and passes.

Also would like to know what the difference is between 1st class and 2nd class?

i'm completely lost as to what we should buy. Thanks much.

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