Travel through Germany for the day with the day ticket for Germany!
Whether you are planning a scenic trip along the Rhine, a shopping afternoon in Münster or getting fresh air on the Baltic Sea, the day ticket for German regional trains is the right option for you. This ticket offers a one-day unlimited rail travel throughout Germany. No traffic jams, no parking and no stress. Leave your worries behind and experience a comfortable journey with Deutsche Bahn.
The ticket carries the funny German name "Quer-Durchs-Land-Ticket" which translates as a ticket that enables travel throughout the whole country.
Travel one entire day throughout Germany with the day ticket for Germany starting from 44 euros. Up to 4 accompanying people may join the trip for just 8 euros supplement each. This offer is valid everyday day of the week for an entire day in DB Bahn regional trains only. The ticket is available online, at DB ticket machines and any DB Reisezentrum.
|Original ticket title:||Quer-Durchs-Land-Ticket|
|Price:||44 euros* for a single traveler, up to 4 people may join the journey by paying 8 euros supplement each*. The number of accompanying people has to specified at the moment of purchase. A group expansion will no longer be possible after purchase.
*An additional 2 euros will be charged if you purchase your ticket at the Travel Centre or via the call centre.
No 1st class upgrade possible
|Sales period:||Tickets are available up to 3 months prior departure. Available from this website and DB ticket machines – or for just 2 euros more for personal assistance at any DB point-of-sale.|
|Validity:||On one day from 09:00 a.m. to 03:00 a.m. the next day for an unlimited number of trips throughout Germany.
Saturday and Sunday: Valid from midnight until 03:00 a.m. the following morning
|Products:||Valid in all regional trains (RE, IRE, RB,S-Bahn) of Deutsche Bahn and all participating railway companies. The use of long-distance trains (ICE, IC, EC, City Night Line and other international high-speed trains) is excluded.|
|Children:||Maximum 2 paying passengers, one of whom can be accompanied by any number of his/her own children/grandchildren (so-called "family children") under the age of 15 free of charge. Non-family children and children between the ages of 6 and 14 traveling alone count as one person.|
|Refund:||No exchange or refund possible after purchase.|
|Persons/ travellers:||Individual travelers and groups of up to 5 people (provided the applicable surcharge is paid). When you determine the number of travelers, dogs that are subject to a charge are to be classed as a person/adult.|
|Carriage of bicycles:||If you wish to travel with bicycles, one bicycle day ticket must be purchased for each bicycle. This obligation does not apply on routes on which provisions are in place for holders of DB standard rate tickets to travel with bicycles free of charge.|
|Please note:||Increasing the size of the group after departure is not permitted. It is neither allowed to resell the tickets nor to give them away for free. Tickets can be booked up to 3 months in advance. Please fill in your name and surname before departure. If several people are traveling together, this is applicable for the traveler with the longest travel distance. You might be asked to present the ticket in combination with your ID card.|
One ticket - many advantages
- One day unlimited rail travel
- Any one day from 09:00 a.m. until 03:00 a.m. the following day
- Valid in all regional trains and participating traffic collectives in Germany in 2nd class
- 1st person only 44 euros
- 2nd to 5th person only 8 euros supplement each
- Children under 15 accompanied by their parents or grandparents travel for free in many cases
Travel at low prices with your day ticket for Germany
|Number of passengers||Total price||Price per person|
|1||44 euros||44 euros|
|2||52 euros||26 euros|
|3||60 euros||20 euros|
|4||68 euros||17 euros|
|5||76 euros||15.20 euros|
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