The Deutsche Bahn Saver fare Europe (German name: Sparpreis Europa) and Super saver fare Europe (Super Sparpreis Europa) put 17 countries at your feet, from just € 18.90 (on shorter routes). The (Super) Saver fare Europe lets you discover an entire continent with ICE, TGV and other express trains, you just need to get one of the allocated discount tickets. It's therefore advisable to book your tickets early in advance.
Here's everything you need to know about the (Super) Saver fare Europe:
The Deutsche Bahn (Super) Saver fare Europe is generally sold as a single ticket, there is one special feature: sold as a single ticket, but there is a special feature: if you book for up to five people at the same time, everyone gets the same price - even if there is and only one (Super) Saver fare Europe available! Just make sure that everyone is booked together and entered on a ticket. If you have a BahnCard, you can also add a BahnCard discount when you book (see below).
BahnCard: This gives you a discount on all (Super) Saver fares from Deutsche Bahn. They are available in 25%, 50% or 100% versions, so you can get tickets for a lot less than the € 18.90 price!
Children & Adolescents: Children up to 14 years of age travel free of charge with the (Super) Saver fare Europe. France and Sweden are exceptions, where they only travel free on the German sections of the route.
Seat reservations: You get a served seat automatically with any 1st class ticket, and you can book a seat for 2nd class. France is an exception, where you also have an automatic seat reserved in 2nd class.
17 countries including Germany can be reached with the Deutsche Bahn (Super) Saver fare Europe. Here is an overview of the major destinations you can reach with European long-distance rail transport:
|Belgium||Brussels (7 times a day from Cologne)|
Copenhagen (up to 7 times a day from Hamburg),
Aarhus via Jutland (up to 3 times a day from Hamburg)
Paris (several times a day from Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Mannheim and Karlsruhe)
Strasbourg, Lyon, Avignon, Aix-en-Provence, Marseille (from Frankfurt)
|Netherlands||Amsterdam (8 times a day from Frankfurt, 6 times a day from Berlin)|
Bolzano, Verona, Venice (5 times a day from Munich), Milan (from Frankfurt)
Rome, Florence, Venice, Milan (from Munich in the Nightjet)
|Croatia||Zagreb (from Munich or Frankfurt)|
|Great Britain||London (from Germany via Brussels)|
|Luxembourg||Luxembourg (from Cologne or Munich)|
|Austria||Various destinations e.g. Tyrol or Carinthia (37 direct connections)|
Warsaw, Poznan (4 times a day from Berlin)
Gdansk, Sopot, Gdynia (daily from Berlin)
Wroclaw, Katowice, Kraków (IC bus from Berlin)
|Sweden||Copenhagen, Malmo, Gothenburg, Stockholm (from Hamburg)|
Various destinations e.g Lucerne or Interlaken (40 times a day direct)
Various departures e.g. Hamburg, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Munich
|Slovakia||Bratislava (from Munich or Hamburg)|
|Slovenia||Ljubljana (from Munich)|
|Czech Republic||Prague (6 times a day from Berlin, 4 times a day from Hamburg)|
|Hungary||Budapest (daily from Munich or Hamburg)|
|Conditions||Super saver fare Europe||Saver fare Europe|
from € 18.90 (2nd class)
from € 27.90 (1st class)
from € 22.40 (2nd class)
from € 31.40 (1st class)
|City ticket in Germany||not included||included|
for a fee of € 10,
payment in voucher form
Super saver fare, Quer-durchs-Land-Ticket, Länderticket: do you already know the other cheap options for getting from A to B by train?
The fastest trains across the country from as little as € 17.90! The Super saver (German name: Super Sparpreis) fares are among the most attractive DB tickets, so grab your tickets as soon as possible!
This ticket is characterised by the free choice of local trains and offers and group sizes of up to five people. The Day ticket for Germany (German name: Quer-durchs-Land-Ticket) is valid across Germany and throughout the day.
The Regional day tickets (German name: Länderticket) are the small version of the Quer-durchs-Land-Ticket. They are usually valid for only one federal state, making them cheaper than the Day ticket for Germany.