Premiere: First Intercity from Munich reaches North Friesland

DB expands summer offer - With the InterCity from Munich to North Friesland and back without changing trains - Perfect connection to Föhr and Amrum via Dagebüll Mole

Holiday time is travel time. Deutsche Bahn (DB) has expanded its long-distance services with additional connections to popular holiday regions in time for the summer holidays. On Saturday, 17 July 2021, a new direct summer connection will start from Munich to North Friesland, or with scheduled coaches to Dagebüll Mole to coincide with the ferries to Föhr and Amrum. The first InterCity is expected to arrive in Westerland at 6.04 p.m. The first Munich-bound IC leaves Westerland at 11.52 a.m., with the scheduled coaches from Dagebüll Mole departing at 11.50 a.m.

Manuela Herbort, Group Representative for the states of Hamburg/Schleswig-Holstein and Bremen/Lower Saxony at Deutsche Bahn: "A comprehensive transport service for tourism in Germany is of particular importance again this year. The long-distance connection from southern Germany to North Friesland not only enables our customers to travel to and from their holiday destinations in a relaxed manner, it is also an important building block in the area of sustainable travel."

The new direct connection from Munich to Westerland on Sylt and to Dagebüll Mole will be available every Saturday from 17 July to 11 September 2021.

DB is also offering two additional summer services to Sylt from Hamburg, also with scheduled coaches to Dagebüll Mole. On Friday afternoons after work, an additional train runs to Westerland. On Sunday mornings there is a return journey to Altona.

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