Travel Recommendation between Stuttgart to Braunschweig

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Last Updated on August 27, 2021

Category: Germany


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  1. Travel information about Stuttgart and Braunschweig
  2. Trip by the figures
  3. Location of Stuttgart city
  4. High view of Stuttgart train Station
  5. Map of Braunschweig city
  6. Sky view of Braunschweig train Station
  7. Map of the road between Stuttgart and Braunschweig
  8. General information
  9. Grid

Travel information about Stuttgart and Braunschweig

We googled the online to find the absolute best ways to go by trains from these 2 cities, Stuttgart, and Braunschweig and we noticed that the easiest way is to start your train travel is with these stations, Stuttgart Central Station and Braunschweig station.

Travelling between Stuttgart and Braunschweig is an amazing experience, as both cities have memorable show-places and sights.

Trip by the figures
Lowest Cost€25.1
Maximum Cost€25.1
Difference between the High and Low trains Price0%
Trains Frequency23
Earliest train23:12
Latest train22:05
Distance247 miles (397 km)
Estimated Journey timeFrom 4h 39m
Departing LocationStuttgart Central Station
Arriving LocationBraunschweig Station
Ticket typePDF

Stuttgart Train station

As the next step, you have to order a ticket for your travel by train, so here are some best prices to get by train from the stations Stuttgart Central Station, Braunschweig station:

Save A Train company is based in The Netherlands
Virail business is located in The Netherlands
B-Europe business is located in Belgium
Only train startup is based in Belgium

Stuttgart is a great city to travel so we would like to share with you some data about it that we have collected from Google

Stuttgart, capital of southwest Germany’s Baden-Württemberg state, is known as a manufacturing hub. Mercedes-Benz and Porsche have headquarters and museums here. The city is filled with greenspaces, which wrap around its center. Popular parks include the Schlossgarten, Rosensteinpark and Killesbergpark. Wilhelma, one of the largest zoos and botanical gardens in Europe, is just northeast of Rosenstein Castle.

Location of Stuttgart city from Google Maps

High view of Stuttgart train Station

Braunschweig Train station

and additionally about Braunschweig, again we decided to fetch from Wikipedia as its by far the most relevant and reliable site of information about thing to do to the Braunschweig that you travel to.

Braunschweig, also known as Brunswick, is a city in north-central Germany. On Burgplatz square, Dankwarderode Castle has art from the Middle Ages. Across the square stands the Brunswick Lion monument and Romanesque-style Brunswick Cathedral. The Braunschweigisches Landesmuseum showcases local history. The neoclassical Brunswick Palace, rebuilt in the 2000s, is topped with the huge Brunonia Quadriga chariot sculpture.

Map of Braunschweig city from Google Maps

High view of Braunschweig train Station

Map of the trip between Stuttgart to Braunschweig

Travel distance by train is 247 miles (397 km)

Bills accepted in Stuttgart are Euro – €

Germany currency

Money used in Braunschweig is Euro – €

Germany currency

Electricity that works in Stuttgart is 230V

Electricity that works in Braunschweig is 230V

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Thank you for you reading our recommendation page about traveling and train traveling between Stuttgart to Braunschweig, and we hope that our information will help you in planning your train trip and making educated decisions, have fun


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