Travel to Germany

ction for more information. In particular, the Bahncard reduction applies for the whole journey as long as it starts or ends in Germany.

By boat

International ferry services exist, notably to Scandinavia. Some of the most popular connections are listed below:

•    Lübeck and Sassnitz are connected to Kaliningrad, Saint Petersburg, Russia. Sassnitz is also connected to Rønne, Denmark; Riga, Latvia and Trelleborg, Sweden.

•    Kiel has connections to Gothenburg, Sweden, Klaipeda, Lithuania and Oslo, Norway.

•    Rostock has connections to Helsinki (Finland), Trelleborg (Sweden), Liepaja (Latvia), and Gedser (Denmark).

•    Travemuende has connections to Helsinki (Finland), Malmo (Sweden) and Trelleborg (Sweden).

•    Puttgarden is connected to Rødby, Denmark.

By bus

•    Germany is served by buses cooperating in the Eurolines network. The German partner is called Touring.

•    Due to the Bosnian war in the 1990s, there are bus companies serving the Bosnian diaspora, which provide a cheap and clean way of getting to the Bosnia. Eg. Salinea, Prosic  or Globtour  have several times per week routes from many towns in Bosnia and Hercegovina to Germany.

•    From Croatia you can come with Čazmatrans