Traveling with the ICE Train in Germany

One of the best way to see and experience Germany is traveling by train. It is also a romantic way of seeing this amazing and historical country.

I can’t remember anymore how many times did I traveled Germany by train and I always love it. It is not stressful like driving because all you need to do is just sit back and enjoy the beautiful scenery around.

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There are kinds of trains in Germany. Some of which are called Regional Express, Regional Bahn, the EC or Eurocity, the Intercity Express or ICE trains, Nacthzug or Night trains and some other more.

This is the Haupthbahnhof (Main Train station) in Frankfurt. This is the ICE train that I boarded and had a stop in Frankfurt, Germany last Nov. 1, 2010. It was the time when I met some friends who were also visiting this city.

One of the most interesting travel I had by train was when I boarded the first class ICE train from Parsberg to Frankfurt and vice versa. I felt like riding in the airplane because it was truly very fast and very comfortable. I did not expect to experience it because in the first place I can only afford the second class ICE train. Two weeks before the travel plan when I booked it, all seats on the second class were already out. I was forced to buy the First Class ticket then. I believed it was worth it. At least, I had the chance to travel with the ICE train for the second time.

 
 

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