Coronavirus face masks obligatory
Safe and relaxed commuting

Taking the stress out of getting to work:
Koblenz Trier Luxembourg

Do you want a stress-free, comfortable and affordable journey to work? No traffic jams, no need to search for a parking space or battle with the elements? And you want mobility that’s environmentally friendly and sustainable? Then get on board our public transport services!


Attractive mobility services between Germany and Luxembourg

Get safely to your place of work in 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 until late!

  • RB 83

    Hourly direct connection from Wittlich to Luxembourg: Monday to Saturday, between 5 a.m. and 9 p.m. From Luxembourg to Wittlich: Monday to Saturday, between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m.

  • RE 11

    From Koblenz to Trier and Luxembourg: Daily, between 6 a.m. and 11 p.m. From Luxembourg to Trier and Koblenz: Daily, between 5 a.m. and 11 p.m.

Your best connection

Environmentally friendly and
comfortable on the move

Our modern, well-equipped trains make travel between Germany
and Luxembourg even safer and more comfortable.

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Tickets and tariffs

The choice is yours!

Do you commute every day or just occasionally attend a meeting in Luxembourg? Do you travel by train or by bus? Do you also use these forms of transport in your leisure time? You’ll find the right ticket for you right here.

Since March 2020, 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.

via Igel (border) to

Kreuz Konz
Trier - Süd
Trier main station
Ehrang Ort
Wittlich main station


2nd class 1st class


2nd class 1st class

Annual ticket subscription*

2nd class 1st class

* 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.

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 main station to Luxembourg via the border crossing at Igel.
The prices apply from December 12th, 2021.

From Trier
via Igel (border) to



2nd class 1st class

Child (6 to 11 inclusive)

2nd class 1st class

A great day out for up to five people travelling together! The ticket 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.

Rhineland-Palatinate Ticket + Luxembourg since 01.03.2020

No. of passengers

1 person
2 people
3 people
4 people
5 people



You can also travel conveniently from Germany to Luxembourg using the cross-border RGTR buses. Take advantage of the preferential rate for RegioZone tickets. On cross-border RGTR buses, free travel applies within Luxembourg to the last stop before the border or to the border, if there is a bus stop there. Find out more about RegioZone tickets here.

In Luxembourg, bicycle transport is free and without restrictions. The following applies to your cross-border journeys (on the German side): from Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. and on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, you can take your bicycle with you free of charge; From Monday to Friday before 9:00 a.m., a bicycle ticket must be purchased in local transport.

Information A limited number of bicycles are permitted on rail replacement services, assuming that a free space is available and the accompanying staff gives their permission to board. Please note that wheelchair users and prams always have priority.

Safely on the move

Well-protected through the coronavirus pandemic

On local cross-border public transport services, we place great value on the safety
and health of our passengers and employees and take appropriate precautions.

Current country-specific information can be found here:

For Luxembourg For Germany
Tourist information
Image Historic Trier

Historic Trier

Want to combine city life and hiking? No problem! Trier is the starting point of numerous hiking trails, such as ‘Hoch Hinauf: Porta Nigra zum Weisshauswald’ (up high: Porta Nigra to Weisshauswald), which will show you the secrets of the Roman town and the Moselle. When it’s time to relax, you can sample the delights of Trier’s restaurants. Nearest railway station: Trier.

Image Moselsteig Trail Outdoor Experience

Moselsteig Trail Outdoor Experience

You’ll need a head for heights for the stage between Neef and Ediger-Eller, where you will climb to the Bremmer Calmont, Europe’s steepest vineyard. At the viewing platform, you will be rewarded with a fantastic panorama. Nearest railway station: Neef.

Image Magical Places in Moselle Country

Magical Places in Moselle Country

The Moselschleife Kröv viewpoint offers an exceptional panorama of the meandering Moselle river. You can reach this natural spectacle from the popular Kröv vineyard, or you can pay a visit on your hike along the Moselsteig trail. Nearest railway station: Kövenig.


Mobility as you like it
for work and leisure

Download our leaflets for commuters and leisure travellers here!

Commuter leaflet


Leisure leaflet