Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Japan or Italy next spring
  2. 2 London to Edinburgh transportation
  3. 3 Fall 2016 England andScotland
  4. 4 Lisbon transportation
  5. 5 Schengen-Student Study Abroad-Student Visa Problems
  6. 6 One day in Paris!
  7. 7 Trip Report First time Vienna/Budapest/Prague
  8. 8 Trip Report Where to travel in Switzerland in 2 days when I'm travelling from Italy?
  9. 9 Trip Report TR: Solo in DUBLIN for BLOOMSDAY, an Irish literary odyssey
  10. 10 Getting to Kinderdijk
  11. 11 neighbourhood in Barcelona question
  12. 12 Amalfi Coast of Algarve
  13. 13 Vicking Legend - Danube waltz cruise
  14. 14 English countryside help (Cotswolds and Bath?)
  15. 15 A Month in the Land of Ice and Fire
  16. 16 Has anyone ever booked a Rome food tour with Elizabeth Minchilli?
  17. 17 Travel in England and Scotland
  18. 18 Oh no, yet another Alhambra ticket-timing question
  19. 19 Champagne Houses open in December - Reims
  20. 20 €2500 for full day boating outing on Amalfi coast?
  21. 21 Almafi Coast Vs. French Riviera
  22. 22 Trip Report Texans Take a Tour
  23. 23 Need help for itinerary with 4 yr old
  24. 24 Bahn.de rail travel in Germany
  25. 25 Night at MSM or Honfleur?
View next 25 » Back to the top

Questions about German rail passes

Jump to last reply

I'm trying to decide which rail pass to purchase (I'm in the US) for our trip to Germany. Basically I'm looking for a 5-day, 2nd class twin pass. On www.bahn.com (DB) I'm unable to book second class - only 1st class. Don't know if it's a glitch or if they just aren't offering 2nd class twin. The 1st class, 5-day twin is 444 euro.
RailEurope.com offers 2nd class, 5-day twin for $464
germanrailpasses.com offers a 7-day twin, 2nd class for $435
I've dealt with both RailEurope and DB - no problems.. I have no information on germanrailpasses.com except what they say on their website. They display the DB insignia and claim to be connected. Does anyone have information on this website? Their ticket is the lowest priced one for what we want. Thanks.
K

54 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement