|Avg. Train Duration:|
3 hours 3 minutes
|Train Ticket Price:||$25|
|Trains depart from:||Hamburg|
|Trains arrive in:||Göttingen|
|Train Companies:||metronom, Deutsche Bahn|
The train connection from Hamburg to Göttingen connects two of the most popular destinations in the Federal Republic of Germany. Deutsche Bahn links the two cities directly with each other. The journey from Hamburg to Göttingen takes a little more than two hours. The first train departs from Hamburg main station shortly after midnight. The last one just before 9. In between, the trains run almost every half hour from the Free and Hanseatic City to the University City.
Göttingen is a large city with more than 100,000 inhabitants. The town on the river Leine can look back on a long history, which can be discovered especially in the historical sights of the town. Especially the ensemble of Old Town Hall and Gänselieselbrunnen attracts tourists to the city year after year.
train connections from Hamburg Central Station are among the most impressive of all. The centrally located main station of the Hanseatic city accommodates numerous platforms and shops. Almost half a million people visit the station every day. The station has underground platforms, S-Bahn and elevated train connections. The city center is within walking distance.
The train connections from the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg reach Göttingen at the city train station. Almost all of the city's long-distance connections are via Hamburg, with the exception of the lines to Berlin and Munich. The station building was extensively renovated in 206. In regional traffic, the Südharz route, the Halle-Kasseler train and the Hanoversiche Südbahn are served here. The Lokhalle, a building located on the side of the station facing the city center, is worth a visit. It is a historical industrial monument. The city center of Göttingen can be reached on foot from the train station.