Tips on Riding Eurorail – Berlin, Germany Travel Guide Learn about various Eurorail options in and around Germany. Website www.eurail.com Travelling by train is always a good option. It is safe, environmental friendly and reliable. The main station of Berlin, the Berlin Hauptbahnhof is the biggest of its kind in Europe, connecting trains, streets, all the way from the north to the south or from the east to the west. The station runs on two exits in all the four different directions with a unique window covering the roof and every single window has a unique size and unique number, so if someone throws a stone into the window you are in trouble searching the substitute. Train station has been placed in every little village from the north and Baltic sea down to the Alps or the black forest, you can basically travel everywhere by train. There are zillions of ways to get your ticket, you can either order them in the call center, or purchase a ticket split from the automatic ticket machine in the station. Or you can seek help in the travel center, or you can even spend long waiting hours in the ticket counter all if you go to buy it yourself. But the best way of course is getting your ticket straight from the internet by typing in www.eurorail.com This one is the ice train the ECE the fastest train of Germany that goes with three hundred kilometers per hour. They connect cities all over Germany and all over Europe. I am Dorthe Eickelberg showing you Berlin.
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