through the central location in the heart of Europe, Germany meets all the requirements for easy and convenient travel.
Airports are spread across the country, an almost complete rail and road network, as well as an excellent transport system. This makes it easier to get there and to get around to and from Germany.

Travelling to Germany by plane

You can land in one of the 40 or so airports in Germany.

Among the largest airports in the country are:

  • Frankfurt Airport
  • Munich Airport
  • Dusseldorf Airport
  • Hamburg Airport
  • Köln/Bonn Airport
  • Stuttgart Airport

To Germany Travel by train

The German railway (DB) is a German railway company that is not only connected and active in Germany but in more than 130 countries. 
Deutsche Bahn carries around 142 million passengers a year and is also used for transport and logistics.

The largest stations in the country include:

  • Hamburg Central Station
  • Frankfurt am Main Central Station
  • Munich Central Station
  • Stuttgart Central Station
  • Berlin Central Station
  • Cologne Central Station
  • Hanover Central Station
  • Dusseldorf Central Station

To Germany Travel by bus

Since 2013, long-distance buses have been allowed throughout Germany. Since then, you can drive to and from Germany inexpensively and comfortably.

The network of long-distance buses is so spread that about 6000 journeys a week connect cities and regions.

Popular cities with long-distance bus services

  • Berlin
  • Frankfurt am Main
  • Bremen
  • Hamburg
  • Dortmund
  • Cologne
  • Düsseldorf
  • Munich
  • Stuttgart
  • Essen