Sparschiene Germany

The ÖBB Sparschiene offers can take you to the most popular towns in.

Whether it is up in the north, in the sunny south or just somewhere in between, the Sparschiene offers enable you to experience anything from just a change of scenery to pure adventure - easy on the purse and easy on the environment.


Since December, a second new direct ICE connection offers even more frequent services from Vienna via Erfurt to Berlin and on to Hamburg. It is also possible to travel daily by ICE from Innsbruck to Munich and onwards to Stuttgart - Frankfurt/Main - Berlin. From Bregenz, a 7th Eurocity train pair completes the 2-hour interval to Munich.

Munich & south Germany - cheers to good company

Dense woodlands, spectacular vistas and idyllic towns: the south of Germany has a lot to offer. Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg both present equally fascinating cultural and countryside highlights, while their culinary traditions are a sheer delight. And the relaxing journey there will get you in the mood: Bavaria’s capital city, Munich, is served seven times a day by trains from Vienna and Innsbruck, six times a day from Bregenz, three times from Klagenfurt and twice a day from Graz. Nearby Nuremberg, with its medieval flair alongside its contrasting modern styles, can be reached no less than nine times a day from Vienna. Travellers to Stuttgart, the capital of Baden-Württemberg, can leave Graz, Klagenfurt, Innsbruck and Bregenz twice a day.

Berlin & central Germany - the heart of Germany from its best side

International metropoles, world-famous heritage sites, ideal relaxation and lasting impressions - all of this and more at the heart of Germany. But it is not only the many-faceted capital Berlin that should be on everyone’s bucket list, the rest of the Brandenburg area and such regions as North Rhine-Westphalia, Hesse, Thuringia, Saxony and the Ruhr are all well worth a visit. The best connections to discover all these places are in the larger cities. There are five trains a day from Vienna to Frankfurt and one each from Bregenz, Graz and Klagenfurt, and trains to Cologne - even outside the Carnival season - run four times during the day from Vienna, and once a day each from Klagenfurt, Innsbruck and Bregenz - or relax and take the Nightjet train from Vienna or Innsbruck. Dresden’s cultural heritage can be reached once a day from Vienna and Graz and anyone wanting to savour the delights of Berlin can choose between a daily train from Vienna or Graz or a night-time connection.

Hamburg & north Germany - coasts, culture and countryside

Germany’s north is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the country. From extensive coastlines up into the hills, from idyllic islands to lively towns and cities with a maritime atmosphere - there is inspiration for everyone here. Hamburg is the ideal starting point for a journey of discovery. Variety begins with the journey there: the ICE departs once a day from Vienna and Linz up to Hanseatic Hamburg, from where there are numerous connections to many attractive destinations. Or take a relaxing Nightjet and sleep your way to Hamburg from Vienna or Innsbruck.

Save money with rail travel

Great experiences at a small price. When you choose ÖBB Sparschiene, you’re choosing affordable, comfortable and environmentally friendly travel. Due to space being limited, we recommend booking well in advance of your journey, especially during peak periods.