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Getting to Aachen by train

Arriving by train

Aachen has good national and international train connections. The city has four stations. The main train station is conveniently located in the city centre, Aachen West near the University of RWTH and the University Hospital, Aachen Bulwark connects the south side of the city – and Aachen Rothe Erde station is located in the city’s industrial district to the north.

Travel times by train

Berlin

It takes 6 hours to drive from Aachen to the capital

London

The train journey from Aachen to London is 5 hours

Paris

You can arrive in Paris in 3.5 hours on the Thalys

Frankfort on the Main

The financial metropolis is a 2.5-hour drive from Aachen

Brussels

Brussels is 1.5 hours by train from Aachen

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    With the event ticket of the Deutsche Bahn participants of your business event can travel eco-friendly at reasonable prices. A one-way ticket is available at the price of € 49.50.

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