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== [[Germany]] ==
''See also [[Deutsche BahnGermany#Railways]] and [[Germany#RailwaysDeutsche Bahn]]''
=== Schönes Wochenende Tickets === On the weekendsGermany has an extensive passenger railway system, it's easy to hitch regional trains with other people's group ticketsrun by Deutsche Bahn. There's a ticket valid for up to five people on regional are also plenty of freight trains throughout Germany on Saturday and Sunday called the '''Schönes Wochenende Ticket''', which is generally cheaper than a round trip ticket or two tickets. The result is that any group from two to four people is using one of these tickets, and has a free spotcould be hopped. Simply get on any regional train (not IC or ICE) or walk around the platform before the train arrives. Ask groups of people if they're traveling with a SW More information about ticket prices and if they have a free spot on the ticket. Usually they will let you ride for free, but if they ask for a few euros, you blackriding can always barter (another person doesn't cost them any more) or ask more people. On most regional trains, there's someone who will let you ride for free. Beware of rideshares (mitfahrgelegenheit), which always ask for money.  When you reach your ticket-holder's destination, ask if they still need the ticket! If they're transferring or taking the S-Bahn, they will probably use the same ticket. But if not, they will probably give you their ticket and you can use it to continue on your way. The tickets are non-transferable, but you can take it even if they wrote their name on it. You will rarely be asked to ID yourself, and if you do get ID'd, just say found in the written name is your nickname.  Questions about this method of traveling can be directed toward [[User talk:Dr.Keith|KeithDeutsche Bahn]], who has used this method extensively throughout Germanyarticle.
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