Limitless commuting




Cross-border rail services between Germany and Luxembourg mean you can enjoy relaxed commuting to work and back home again! Commuters benefit from an attractive transport service as well as affordable tickets and fares. And, from 1 May 2023, the new Deutschland Ticket*. Best of all: you can travel to all your destinations in comfort.

Relaxed commuting

Enjoy reliable travel to your workplace on modern, comfortable trains. You will benefit in many ways from switching to local public transport: You will not only be travelling in an environmentally-friendly and sustainable way but also in a zero-stress, convenient way. You don’t have to worry about traffic jams or looking for a parking space. Our affordable tickets and fares are also not affected by the high fuel prices!

CFL-Trips: cycling and hiking from railway station to railway station

To make sure you enjoy your free time to the fullest, we recommend selected cycling and hiking trips in Luxembourg and Germany. Put your cycling kit or your hiking boots on and get going on some great trips from railway station to railway station. You can also travel with your bicycle for free in Luxembourg.

Discover activities along the route

Attractive mobility services between Germany and Luxembourg

Get to your place of work reliably on modern, comfortable trains on regional rail route RB 83 and regional express route RE 11. If you also take advantage of the affordable tickets and tariffs, nothing will stand in the way of your commute by public transport. Ticket prices for trains and buses are calculated to the Luxembourg border because use of public transport and local 2nd class trains is free in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

Frequent services from early ‘til late!

RB 83

Hourly direct connection from Wittlich to Luxembourg:
Monday to Saturday, from 5 am to 9 pm

From Luxembourg to Wittlich:
Monday to Saturday, from 6 am to 9 pm

RE 11

Hourly direct connection between Koblenz, Trier and Luxembourg:
Daily, from 6 am to 11 pm

From Luxembourg to Trier and Koblenz:
Daily, from 5 am to 11 pm

Flexible by bike on train and bus

Bike tickets

More information on CFL Bicycle Transport or on the DB Bicycle Transport website.

More information on the RadBuses in the north of Rhineland-Palatinate.

Tickets and tariffs

Free local public transport in Luxembourg!

You can travel for free in Luxembourg! Residents, cross-border commuters and tourists can use all public transport and 2nd class local trains in the region of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg for free. Tickets must still be purchased for 1st class. Prices for 1st class season tickets remain unchanged.

The OekoCard is valid on trains on the cross-border route Wittlich – Trier – Luxembourg.

DB – CFL OekoCard valid from 01/01/2022

* Available to buy from DB Vertrieb GmbH – Season Ticket Centre Hamburg

To obtain the personal OEKOCARD (season ticket), customers residing in Germany require certification from their employer in Luxembourg. Customers residing in Luxembourg must simply show an official Luxembourg identification document.

New from 1 May 23: the Deutschland Ticket. Bus and train travel is now even easier and more affordable with the Deutschland Ticket (D-Ticket). For just €49 a month you can travel anywhere in Germany on regional and local transport (2nd class), including across different states and tariff zones. And of course, you can also cross the border into Luxembourg on the D-Ticket. If you don’t need this personalised subscription-based ticket permanently, you can simply cancel on a monthly basis. Choose whatever suits your individual travel needs best.

The digital subscription is available via the DB Navigator app, the DB Streckenagent app, at and in all DB travel centres.

For detailed information, and terms and conditions, go to

Are you based in Trier but have occasional appointments in Luxembourg? Then the Luxembourg Special is the ticket for you: It is valid for inbound and outbound travel on local trains (RE, RB) from Trier Hbf (main station) to Luxembourg via the border crossing at Igel.
Prices are valid from 12/12/2021.

Von Trier
über Igel(gr) nach
ErwachsenerKind (6 bis inkl. 11)
2. Klasse1. Klasse2. Klasse1. Klasse
Luxemburg5,20 €11,20 €2,60 €5,60 €

This day ticket for up to five people is valid in Rhineland-Palatinate (Rheinland-Pfalz) and Saarland on cross-border rail passenger services and on transport association public transport in Rhineland-Palatinate (bus, tram) and Luxembourg.

1 Person26,00 €
2 Personen32,00 €
3 Personen38,00 €
4 Personen44,00 €
5 Personen50,00 €

Auch mit den grenzüberschreitenden RGTR-Buslinien fahren Sie bequem von Deutschland nach Luxemburg. Nutzen Sie den Vorzugstarif der RegioZone-Fahrkarten. Bei grenzüberschreitenden RGTR-Bussen gilt die kostenlose Fahrt innerhalb von Luxemburg bis zum letzten Halt vor der Grenze oder bis zur Grenze, falls sich dort eine Bushaltestelle befindet. Mehr zu den RegioZone-Fahrkarten erfahren Sie hier.

You can take your bicycle with you free of charge in Luxembourg and there are no time restrictions. The following rule applies to your cross-border journey (on the German side): from Monday to Friday from 9 am and on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays, you can take your bicycle with you free of charge; from Monday to Friday before 9 am, you need to get a bike ticket for local transport.

Please note: It is generelly only possible to take your bicycle with you where capacity permits this.

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3 reasons why now is a good time to switch to our mobility services

Sustainable bus and rail travel
Travel with us and help save the planet. Per person and per kilometre, travelling by bus and rail releases significantly less greenhouse gases than travelling by car. Car travel emits around five times more CO2 and plane travel emits over seven times more.

And if you take your bike with you, you can continue your journey in an environmentally friendly way.

Leave your car at home and save money
Avoid high fuel costs and parking charges by leaving your car at home more often. If you stop using your car entirely and switch to bus and train, you can also save a lot of money on running costs.

Lean back and relax instead of driving
Enjoy the view out of the window or use this extra time to read or to check your emails. You don’t need to worry whether you still have enough energy to drive home after a long day at work, how long you’ll be stuck in traffic or what unforeseeable traffic conditions you may encounter. This allows you to relax and reduces traffic in town centres!

Tour-DeLux flyer for commuters
Tour-DeLux flyer for leisure travellers