Flixtrain has expanded its route network. 27 cities are now served by train from Duisburg. These goals are now directly achievable.
The long-distance train service Flixtrain expanded its route network by the end of 2021. 27 destinations in Germany can now be reached from Duisburg.
Since December 12, Duisburg residents have had the opportunity to travel to cities such as Hamburg, Munich or Berlin with the Flixtrain. On the route from Aachen to Leipzig and vice versa, the green-orange train passes the stops in Cologne, Düsseldorf, Duisburg, Essen, Dortmund, Hamm, Gütersloh, Bielefeld, Hanover, Stendal and Berlin.
The private provider advertises, among other things, with low prices: A trip from Duisburg to Berlin costs between 14.99 euros and 29.99 euros. In general, the following applies to Flixtrain, similar to the already much more well-known Flixbus offer from the Munich company Flixmobility: those who book early travel at the cheapest price.
Flixtrain: Second connection from Hamburg to Munich with a stop in Duisburg
On the second connection, the Flixtrain stops on its way from Hamburg to Munich and vice versa in Bremen, Osnabrück, Münster, Gelsenkirchen, Essen, Duisburg, Düsseldorf, Cologne, Bonn, Remagen, Andernach, Koblenz, Mainz, Frankfurt, Aschaffenburg, Würzburg and Augsburg . Depending on the time of booking, a trip from Duisburg to Hamburg costs between EUR 9.99 and EUR 19.99, with Munich the price is between EUR 16.99 and EUR 34.98.
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According to its own statements, Flixtrain guarantees a fixed seat for every guest on the journey. “. In addition, the travel times on many routes are at ICE level,” the company wrote in a statement.
The journey time from Duisburg to Hamburg is just over three hours, and it takes about 4 hours and 20 minutes to get to Berlin from the Ruhr area.
Flixtrain with 3G rule on board
By the summer, Flixmobility wants to serve a total of 70 destinations in Germany with its trains. As expected, the load on the trains increased before Christmas, but overall it was well below the level before Covid-19.
In order to implement the hygiene measures, check-in is currently only contactless. As in all other public transport, there is a mask requirement (FFP2 or surgical mask). The 3G rule will also be implemented and compliance will be randomly checked, as is the case with other transport providers. According to the company, the Corona rules have so far been willingly followed by almost all travelers.
Timetable and booking at www.flixtrain.de.
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