Low-cost train travel between Germany and Croatia

From EUR 29.99 to Croatia, e.g. from Munich to Zagreb.

Hafen mit Booten in türkisfarbenem Wasser auf der Insel Hvar, Kroatien

Advantages

  • Two direct connections from Munich to Zagreb every day
  • Children up to 14 years of age travel in many cases free of charge with an accompanying person who is at least 15 years of age
  • 25% discount on the German part of the route with BahnCard 25/50/100 (excluding City-Ticket)
  • Tickets are available up to three months in advance
From EUR 29.99

From 01/06/24 - 01/09/24, reservations are compulsory on many cross-border connections to and from Germany. A seat reservation is usually already included when purchasing a ticket for this period. You can find more information in the FAQ.

Frequently asked questions about the super saver fare Europe Croatia

You will receive a 25% discount on the German section of the route with the BahnCard 25/50/100. The BahnCard 100 discount does not apply to the super saver fare Europe France.

  • Children up to 5 years of age always travel free of charge and do not need to be indicated when booking.
  • Children aged 6-14 travel free of charge when accompanied by a person aged 15 or over. However, they must be indicated in the booking. The ticket holder can bring up to four children per ticket.
  • Exception: When using a City-Ticket, children aged 6-14 pay the children's fare for a single journey in the respective transport association.

  • Children up to the age of 5 always travel free of charge. They may only travel if accompanied.
  • Children aged 6-14 pay half the adult fare on the German section of the route.
  • Children aged 6-11 pay half the adult fare on the Croatian section of the route.

You can book tickets six months in advance up to one day before departure.

The City-Ticket is only available for the 130 participating towns and cities in Germany. City-Tickets are not issued for towns and cities in other European countries.  
Therefore, always indicate the specific departure or destination stop in Germany when booking a saver fare Europe or super saver fare Europe ticket. The City-Ticket for flexible travel to and from the long-distance service is included in the total ticket price if the following conditions are met: 

  • The departure or destination stop is in one of the 130 City-Ticket towns and cities 
  • Your booking includes a journey to or from the long-distance service within the City-Ticket area using local transport 

If you indicate in your booking enquiry that you only need long-distance trains (ICE, IC, EC, e.g. from Cologne Main Station to Amsterdam) and do not require a transfer within the City-Ticket area using local transport, the ticket will be issued without a City-Ticket.

You may only travel on the long-distance trains (ICE, Railjet, IC/EC) and on the days indicated on the ticket.
If starting or completing your journey on regional or local trains (RE, RB, IRE, S-Bahn), you are not restricted to specific services or times. Your journey must be completed by 10:00 am the following day.

No. Super saver fare tickets are excluded from exchange and cancellation.

Instant cancellation

If you buy a ticket via int.bahn.de or the DB Navigator app, you can cancel it free of charge within a period of 12 hours (720 minutes) after purchase, regardless of the specific offer's terms and conditions. Payment will be refunded in full.

With the European Football Championship 2024 in Germany, we are expecting exceptionally high demand for international connections.

By extending the reservation requirement, which already exists on some international runs on a seasonal or year-round basis, we are offering you a reliable and comfortable journey.

The reservation requirement applies from 1 June to 1 September 2024 for trains marked as requiring reservations in the timetable planner.

The reservation obligation applies to travel in the period from 1 June to 1 September 2024.

No, the reservation requirement only applies to cross-border journeys. There is no obligation to make a reservation within Germany.

Yes, a seat reservation is always required for trains that require a reservation. You can subsequently submit your unused seat reservation to the Passenger Rights Service Centre or to a DB sales outlet for a refund. Further information can be found at https://int.bahn.de/en/booking-information/passenger-rights

No, as part of the reservation obligation, seat reservation is included in the ticket free of charge if a ticket is booked at the same time. Only if a reservation is subsequently booked is this subject to a charge.