From the former free imperial city of Ulm to the vibrant metropolis of Stuttgart, from Chiemsee to the trading city of Augsburg - with ÖBB Sparschiene Europa, you can reach Southern Germany's hot spots for as little as 19 euros.
Quick direct connections to Stuttgart
Make the most of our connections from Vienna, St. Pölten or Linz to Stuttgart. The transfer hub Salzburg offers you ideal connections from the ÖBB Railjet to the Eurocity, which takes you across Southern Germany to Stuttgart every 2 hours. Through trains to Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg are also available, departing from Graz and Klagenfurt.
Our excursion tips for you
- A boat ride on Chiemsee: During the summer months, the steam-powered Chiemseebahn takes you from the Prien am Chiemsee train station to the landing stage in 8 minutes. Take a boat trip on the lake and visit the famous Herrenchiemsee Palace which King Ludwig II of Bavaria had built based on the model of the Versailles Palace.
- An excursion to Augsburg: A trip to the old trading town of Augsburg is always worth your while. This renaissance city attracts visitors from around the world with its magnificent buildings, such as the impressive city hall. Many visitors also enjoy the puppet theatre at the world-famous Augsburger Puppenkiste.
- A stroll around Ulm: Visit the historic city centre of Ulm, and discover the traces left by the centuries. The Ulm Minster with the world's highest steeple, as well as the historic fishers' and tanners' quarters offer you a peek at life during the Middle Ages. Ulm's "Neue Mitte" (new centre) with its contemporary architecture proves that the city is also very much rooted in the present.
- Shopping and indulgence in Stuttgart: Baden-Württemberg's state capital attracts visitors with its elegant shopping malls and the Königstraße shopping mile. But you can also come to discover the arts and culture and to enjoy exquisite Swabian culinary delights.
All at a glance - from Vienna to Stuttgart
You can find all connections between Vienna and Stuttgart in real time in our online route planner. Just type in your estimated travel date and search connections