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Train Travel in Germany

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Hello! I am getting married in July and my fiance and I will take a 2 week honeymoon to Germany in August. We started looking yesterday at the places we want to visit and the travel between destinations. I have to admit, I could not be more confused by the bahn.de website.

We plan to fly into Berlin, spend 4 days in Berlin, then take a train to Frankfurt. According to the bahn website, the train would cost almost 200 euros. After one night in Frankfurt, we want to take a train to Munich and spend about 4 days in Munich. This trip is also another 200 euros. What I don't understand is why so expensive? I've been talking to others who have taken trains around Germany and they say they did not spend this much on travel. They tell me they used the bahn.de website. Is there something I'm doing wrong?

I just saw another post on this forum that you can get from Munich to Salzburg for less than 30 euros. Are there any other cheap trips like this within Germany? I am so frustrated by this bahn website- I just tried to look up a train from Munich to Salzburg and it doesn't even let me type in a destination.

Any train travel advice would be greatly appreciated as I currently don't know a single thing! Thank you!

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