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How to get to Halle by train

Routes2
Trips per day428
train lines4
Stations14
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What is a good price for a train ticket to Halle?

$27.67 is the cheapest price for a train ticket to Halle, according to recent searches on Wanderu. You can use our search to check if this price is currently available on buses from your city to Halle. In the last month, trains from Berlin to Halle had the lowest average price at $33.04.

Where is the train station in Halle, Germany?

The busiest train station in Halle is Halle Messe (Saale). There are several other active stations in addition to this main station. The most popular train stations in Halle are:

  • Halle Messe (Saale)
  • Halle-Ammendorf
  • Halle Rosengarten

Dortmund

There are 291 scheduled trains per day from Dortmund to Halle. The route can be as long as 194 miles, or 312 kilometers. On average, the journey takes 5 hours and 24 minutes. There are 2 train lines that operate on this route. Deutsche Bahn has the most daily trains. Trains from Dortmund usually arrive in Halle at Halle Rosengarten.
Avg. Time
5h 24m
Avg. Price
$58.04

Jena

There are 173 scheduled trains per day from Jena to Halle. The route can be as long as 43 miles, or 69 kilometers. On average, the journey takes 1 hour and 59 minutes. There are 4 train lines that operate on this route. Deutsche Bahn has the most daily trains. Trains from Jena usually arrive in Halle at Halle Messe (Saale).
Avg. Time
1h 59m
Avg. Price
$29.53

Berlin

There are 137 scheduled trains per day from Berlin to Halle. The route can be as long as 94 miles, or 151 kilometers. On average, the journey takes 2 hours and 54 minutes. There are 2 train lines that operate on this route. Deutsche Bahn has the most daily trains. Trains from Berlin usually arrive in Halle at Halle Messe (Saale).
Avg. Time
2h 54m
Avg. Price
$39.15

Fulda

There are 90 scheduled trains per day from Fulda to Halle. The route can be as long as 119 miles, or 192 kilometers. On average, the journey takes 3 hours and 41 minutes. There are 3 train lines that operate on this route. Deutsche Bahn has the most daily trains. Trains from Fulda usually arrive in Halle at Halle Messe (Saale).
Avg. Time
3h 41m
Avg. Price
$51.21

Zörbig

There are 18 scheduled trains per day from Zörbig to Halle. The route can be as long as 12 miles, or 18 kilometers. On average, the journey takes 1 hour . One train company, Deutsche Bahn, connects Zörbig to Halle. Trains from Zörbig usually arrive in Halle at Halle-Ammendorf.
Avg. Time
1h 0m
Avg. Price
$8.60

Located in Germany, Halle is accessible by train from 2 other cities. You can choose from 428 daily scheduled trips when you search for trains to Halle on Wanderu. Deutsche Bahn usually has the most trains on any given day.

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Train companies serving Halle

Deutsche Bahn

There are 161 scheduled Deutsche Bahn trains per day. Deutsche Bahn can get you to Halle from 4 cities, including Dortmund.
Avg. Time
5h 3m
Avg. Price
$52.91

Deutsche Bahn with non-federally owned railway company

There are 72 scheduled Deutsche Bahn with non-federally owned railway company trains per day. Deutsche Bahn with non-federally owned railway company can get you to Halle from 3 cities, including Dortmund.
Avg. Time
7h 25m
Avg. Price
$67.83

DB Intercity

There are 2 scheduled DB Intercity trains per day.
Avg. Time
7h 46m
Avg. Price
$71.04

DB Intercity-Express

There are 5 scheduled DB Intercity-Express trains per day.
Avg. Time
2h 25m
Avg. Price
$34.97