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Trains from Germany to Austria

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My sister and I will be visiting Germany and Austria this summer and I am finalizing the itinerary. We're flying into Frankfurt because it was cheapest, but I'm not sure if we're going to spend much time there because I am more interested in visiting places like Bamberg and getting to Vienna and Salzburg. However, I'm open to suggestions on whether spending a few days in Frankfurt is worth while.

What I'm most curious about, is the best way to get to Austria by train. I'm a little confused by the oebb website and concerned about all of the connections I see on ticket reservations. My ideal situation is to find a non-stop train from Bamberg to Vienna, preferably at night. Does this even exist?

Would greatly appreciate anyone's input.

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