Including Frankfurt, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Munich, Cologne, and Berlin. Not to mention its connections all over Europe, to places like Switzerland, The Netherlands, Belgium and Austria. All with high-speed comfort and luxuries like reclining seats and laptop connections. And now Rail Europe offers the same ICE train tickets and fares in North American as are sold in Germany, including access to a vast schedule selection. For your convenience, e-ticketing is available.
How fast do these seats go? Almost faster than any other in the world. So book now to travel comfortably and in record time from Paris to Germany’s most popular cities: Stuttgart, Munich and Frankfurt.
Located in the centre of Munich, the Munich Main Train Station (Munich Hauptbahnhof) is close to Marienplatz. This station is one of the largest in Germany and provides both regional and international service. S Bahn service, which is covered with a rail pass, is also offered.
The Paris Est Train Station (Gare de Paris-Est) represents the Belle Epoque generation of railway buildings. The west wing is the original building built in 1847 and In 1854, due to increased rail traffic, the east wing was built. The Paris Est Train Station now provides train transportation to major cities in Central Europe such as Zurich, Switzerland; Munich, Germany and Vienna, Austria.