Discover Germany over a weekend for as little as EUR 44.

With the weekend ticket for Germany, you can use local services to travel Saturdays or Sundays across Germany and to selected destinations in neighbouring countries.

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Advantages:

  • Book 1 ticket and take up to 4 people with you
  • Every additional passenger only pays EUR 6
  • Unlimited travel for one day on local and regional services
  • Valid Saturday or Sunday from midnight until 3 am on the following day
  • Children aged 15 and under often travel for free with their parents/grandparents

Terms

German name of the ticket

Schönes-Wochenende-Ticket

Price

1 person travelling: EUR 44
2 persons travelling: EUR 50
3 persons travelling: EUR 56
4 persons travelling: EUR 62
5 persons travelling: EUR 68

Availability

Tickets can be bought from max. 6 months in advance until shortly before travel.

Validity

Valid Saturday or Sunday from midnight until 3 am on the following day.

Means of transport

All local and regional trains operated by DB AG (S-Bahn, RB, RE and IRE) and other cooperating railway undertakings, as well as many transport association services (local rapid transit, underground, tram and bus services) within Germany.

You can also use many bus services in Germany.

The ticket is also valid on selected services to Denmark, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria and Poland.

Train-specific booking

No, you can travel on all permitted means of transport within the period of validity.

Travel class

2nd class only

Seat

Free choice of seats The ticket does not include a seat reservation.

BahnCard discount

No

Children

Own children/grandchildren:
Children aged 5 and under always travel for free.
Children aged 6–14 travel for free as long as a ticket for 1 or 2 persons has been purchased.
If more than 2 persons requiring a ticket are travelling, children aged 6–14 pay the regular price for accompanying passengers.

Children travelling with adults:
Children aged 5 and under always travel for free.
Children aged 6–14 who are not your own children/grandchildren pay the regular price for accompanying passengers.

Dogs

Passengers can bring small dogs (no larger than a domestic cat) free of charge, provided they are in a carrier. Larger dogs are considered passengers and charged as adults. If you are travelling with a dog that requires a ticket, enter the German name for dog (Hund) instead of a passenger name.

Exchanges/refunds

Not possible

Special terms

You must enter the first and last names of all passengers when you purchase the ticket. It is not possible to change names after you have purchased the ticket.

You may be required to identify yourself during ticket inspection.

Accompanying passengers using the weekend ticket for Germany can join or leave the group at any station along the route.

Used tickets may not be sold or given to third parties.