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Niedersachsen Ticket

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With the Niedersachsen Ticket to Hamburg

The next time you want to go to Hamburg, you may ask yourself what the easiest and most economical way to travel is. A good choice is the Niedersachsen Ticket. Whether you come from Hanover, Osnabrück, Bremen or Braunschweig, you can get on in any city in Niedersachsen and use any regional train. Which trains are these exactly? The Niedersachsen Ticket is valid in RE, RB, S and RS of the Deutsche Bahn and likewise in trains of the Metronom, Erixx and other regional companies. No long-distance trains can be used. The only exception is the IC between Bremen and Norddeichmole. The geographical scope ranges from Niedersachsen, Hamburg and Bremen and also includes travel from Münster (Nordrhein-Westfalen), Eichenberg (Hessen). The exact scope is available here!

From Bremen to Hamburg with the Niedersachsen Ticket

A popular route goes from Bremen to Hamburg. The ticket can be purchased either online or in the Deutsche Bahn. With the train, you avoid the demands of city traffic on Hamburg's streets and arrive completely relaxed. With the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Ticket, you can travel comfortably in the well-equipped regional trains - either alone or with up to four others. The price depends on the number of people in your party. When you travel in a group of five, each person pays only 7.80 euros. Children and grandchildren up to 14 are free.

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Public transportation in Hamburg

The 'Länder-Ticket' is a day-ticket valid from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 a.m. of the following day. On weekends and holidays, it is valid as of midnight. It is also valid during school holidays. After arriving in the Hanseatic City, the ticket can be used for further travel in the city area. You can use the underground, the suburban trains and the busses in the entire Hamburg transport system, abbreviated HVV. To book and research departure times with the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Ticket, we recommend using the Deutsche Bahn website or app. It provides all information on the timetable. For particularly easy orientation in Hamburg's public transportation system, use the HVV app.

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Public transport in and around Hamburg Hamburg public transport association (HVV)

Getting easily across the town with the Hamburg Public Transport Association (Hamburger Verkehrsverbund - HVV) and the Hamburg CARD

Hamburg public transport association (HVV)
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Information & Service Getting Around Hamburg

Hamburg offers many possibilities for getting from A to B. In addition buses, the underground and suburban trains, you can explore the city, for example, by bike or harbour ferry. Rental vehicles and car-sharing are also flexible solutions for getting around.

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Arrival by train

The four long-distance train stations Hamburg Central, Hamburg Dammtor, Hamburg Altona and Hamburg Harburg, all of which are integrated in the Intercity Express (ICE) and Intercity (IC) network, make Hamburg extremely easy to reach. The Hamburg-Dammtor ICE station is directly in front of the Congress Centre Hamburg.

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Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Ticket

Take off for Hamburg with the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Ticket!

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