Train Mannheim → Strasbourg
Duration 1h21 - From AU$53
Mannheim, a lively german city that deserves to be known Mannheim is located in the southwestern part of Germany. Founded at the beginning of 17th century, it is a 320 000 inhabitants city, so it is the largest one of the land (Bade-Wurtemberg) after Stuttgart. It is a very pleasant place to stay. Learn more about Mannheim
At just 2h20 away by TGV from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport and Paris Gare de l’Est railway station, Strasbourg, the European Capital, boasts a unique cultural and architectural heritage with its city center listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Petite France quarter, the narrow streets with names evoking guilds and markets - all have retained their medieval charm. Strasbourg has been a great historic meeting place for centuries and today stands as the home of the European Parliament and Council of Europe. Learn more about Strasbourg
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"German rail travel is very efficient but have noticed that the costs have spiraled compared to prices 3 years ago. "