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OverviewThe average travel time between Stuttgart and Berlin is 6h07 minutes. The quickest route is 5h05 minutes. The first train leaving Stuttgart is at 02:21, the last at 23:05. There is an average of 24 trains a day between Stuttgart and Berlin, leaving approximately every 44 minutes.
- Departure station : Stuttgart hbf (Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof 70173 Stuttgart)
- Arrival station : Berlin hbf (Invalidenstrasse 10557 Berlin)
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Main stations in Stuttgart and Berlin
Berlin Hauptbahnhof Train Station
Address: Invalidenstrasse 10557 BerlinOpening hours: Monday to Sunday: 6am to 12am
Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (ICE), InterCity, Regional trains (RegionalExpress, RegionalBahn and S-Bahn trains)
DB rail agents, Assistance for disabled persons and junior travellers, Lost and found, Police station, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in Stuttgart and Berlin
Stuttgart, nature lovers will love this city!
Get used to the local Schwäbisch German dialect and mounds of tiny Spätzle dumplings in industrial Stuttgart, birthplace of the motorbike. Cycle along the vineyard-lined River Neckar then crank it up a gear at the Mercedes-Benz factory.
Berlin, capital of Germany
Berlin is the capital of Germany and also its largest city. It is located in the northeast of the country and is home to more than 4 million people. Did you know that Berlin is 9 times bigger than Paris and has 1,700 bridges, more than Venice?
After the World War II, the city was divided into two parts surrounded by the Berlin Wall. In 1989 the wall was destroyed, followed by the German reunification in 1990. As a result, Berlin regained its status as the capital of Germany. Having bounced back confidently from 20th century division, Berlin is has become one of Europe’s most exciting destinations.
Today Berlin, home to a multicultural population, is a city of culture, media, science and creativity.