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We’ve all got used to low cost airlines such as Easyjet and Ryanair, but how about budget rail companies?

This fall Deutsche Bahn (DB) will get some competition on the busy line Berlin – Cologne. The rail company MSM is launching a low cost alternative, and will offer their tickets from 19 euros. The cheapest ticket on DB is 29 euros. While DB runs around 40 trains per day between Berlin and Cologne via Hamburg, MSM will offer just two daily connections with its high speed trains.

MSM is not the only private rail company in Germany. InterConnex has competed with Deutsche Bahn for several years now with it’s train line Rostock – Leipzig via Berlin. Tickets are available from 14 euros.

Via The Local

 

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