Europe's capitals and many other major cities - including most German cities - are interconnected via a high-speed rail network. Brussels is only three hours, Paris only four hours, and Berlin only four and a half hours away from Bonn's main railway station.

Bonn's main railway station and the Siegburg/Bonn ICE station are directly connected via public transportation, with trams operating at 10-minute intervals.

There are numerous ways of saving money when travelling by train in Germany. The most widely used offer is the BahnCard. Furthermore, there are a variety of special discount offers for two people travelling together, for up to five people travelling together, and for larger groups. Children between 4 and 11 years old pay half the full fare and children three years old and under go free. There are also discounts available when travelling at weekends and late at night on ICEs. For further details on special offers and their varying conditions, ask the information personnel at Bonn railway station.

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