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Frankfurt to Ulm by train

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Frankfurt to Ulm by train

I plan to travel from Frankfurt Airport to Ulm on 12 Mar morning.

My flight arrives at 6:20am

Plan to the direct train departs 8:53am

Do I need to reserve ticket from the web?

The standard fare is 70 EURO. The saving fare is 59 EURO but cannot change the time.

How much I have to pay if I buy at station?

Thanks a lot.

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1. Re: Frankfurt to Ulm by train

If you buy on the day, at the station, you pay the standard fare. Personally I would buy online as it's one less thing to worry about on the day.

Seat reservations are not compulsory - if you don't have a reserved seat you can just sit in any available seat. Reserved seats are clearly marked as reserved.

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2. Re: Frankfurt to Ulm by train

First check if your airline does not offer Rail&Fly tickets. These are the best deal.


The flexible standard fare tickets cost the same if you buy online or from a ticket machine or at the counter.

Seat reservation is EUR 4,50. But is not compulsory. And for a single traveler and this connection I wouldn't buy one.

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