There are a few routes, all operated by Deutsche-Bahn (ICE and IC services).
Weekday departures occur from 5:15 AM to 7:44 PM (except Friday night), with departures occurring quite frequently during these times. On the weekends, the earliest and latest departure times vary somewhat.
Trains depart from Munchen Hauptbahnhof and arrive in Berlin Hauptbahnhof.
The distance covered on the no-transfer route is approximately 400 miles.
The expected travel time is between 6 and 6.5 hours.
Intermediate stops on the no-transfer route include Ingolstadt Hauptbahnhof, Nurnberg Hauptbahnhof, Erlangen, Bamberg, Lichtenfels, Saalfeld (Saale), Jena Paradies, Naumburg (Saale) Hauptbahnhof, Leipzig Hauptbahnhof, Lutherstadt Wittenberg, and Berlin Sudkreuz.
Traveling by train from Munich to Berlin is similar in convenience and travel time to the corresponding drive, and passengers can relax and enjoy passing scenery instead of focusing on the road.
Berlin is known as a culturally important city in Germany. The city hosts an endless array of live music, late night dance parties, and theatrical performances. The city is home to more than 400 art galleries and over 130 museums. Many artists have settled in Berlin, making it home to a large arts and music scene. The nightlife of Berlin is quite famous and known for its lack of typical societal inhibitions. Guests can also enjoy a large variety of cuisines.