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Trying to make sense of the trains in Germany

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Almost done with my planning :-). Just trying to figure out the German train system. People have mentioned getting a low price (if you reserve in advance) for 4 people. How do I do that? What is the "Bavarian card"? In Italy, when we went from Florence to Cinque Terre, we just got our train tickets on the same day in the early morning. Can we do this in Germany? The tickets were very cheap too.

1- Need train tickets from Frankfurt to Boppard (Rhine Valley) looks like we need to change trains at least once but what's the best bargain we can get? I also want to make sure we get our seats (I don't understand the-- "you really don't have a ticket" thing).

2- Need train tickets from Boppard to Rothenberg Ob Der Tauber (I know there are several train changes involved).

3- Rothenberg to Munich

4- Munich to Salzburg

5- Salzburg to Vienna

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