New train timetable with more ICE connections to the Baltic Sea | – news

Status: 07.10.2021 07:22 a.m.

With the timetable change on December 12th, Deutsche Bahn is expanding its train connections to popular seaside resorts in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. The group announced on Thursday.

In the future, it will be possible to travel daily with the ICE from Cologne via Hanover and Berlin to Binz without having to change trains. From Monday to Saturday, a pair of ICE trains will also operate on the Binz-Hamburg-Hanover-Frankfurt / M.-Karlsruhe route, the railway announced on Thursday. Day trips from Berlin to Binz are possible from spring on Saturdays with a morning train. The ICE starts at 7.46 a.m. at the main station, the return journey begins at 6.19 p.m.

More connections to Warnemünde

In addition, there will be a daily intercity connection from Leipzig via Magdeburg and Schwerin to Rostock-Warnemünde all year round. So far, this has only existed in summer and on weekends, it said. From Berlin, the train offers additional ICE / IC trips to Warnemünde from the beginning of April to the end of October. For a day stay on the coast, it starts at 5.35 a.m. from the main station. The return tour starts in Warnemünde at 7:56 p.m. At lunchtime, an Intercity runs without a stop from Berlin to Rostock and Warnemünde, in the morning an ICE from Warnemünde via Rostock to Berlin and then without changing via Erfurt to Frankfurt / Main.

Construction work between Hamburg and Berlin ends

According to the railway, construction work on the route between Hamburg and Berlin will end with the new timetable, so that the train timing can then be improved again. 60 trips per day would be offered. New are the travel options at 5:51 p.m. from Hamburg and from Berlin at 8:06 p.m. The new timetable is valid from December 12th. Deutsche Bahn will sell tickets for the new period from October 13th.

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NDR 1 Radio MV | 07.12.2021 | 07:30 am



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