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|Avg. Bus Duration:|
4 hours 32 minutes
|Coach Ticket Price:||£7|
|Buses depart from:||Berlin|
|Bus arrives in:||Hamburg|
|Bus Companies:||Flixbus, Bla Bla Bus, Deutsche Bahn|
Several operates provide direct buses from Berlin to Hamburg, including Postbus, FixBus and MeinFernbus providing departures every 15 minutes or less during peak times. Most buses from Berlin to Hamburg depart from Berlin central bus station or Berlin Zoo, arriving direct into Hamburg ZOB, the city's main bus station. Journey times take on average 3 hours 30 minutes, although more express services can take more than 20 minutes less travel time. Buses depart around the clock, with 00.05 a.m. service followed by a 01:00 a.m. departure providing late-night journeys. A regular schedule commences at 06:45 a.m. every morning, with buses departing throughout the day.
Most bus services between Berlin and Hamburg depart from either Berlin central bus station toward the inner city, or Berlin Zoo, located in the city's Tiergarten to the west of the centre of Berlin. A more limited schedule of buses from Berlin to Hamburg depart Berlin Ostbahnhof in the east of the region. All departure points are conveniently connected by U-Bahn, local S-Bahn and bus services, with a limited tram service operating 24 hours a day.
Hamburg is the second biggest city in Germany after Berlin and the home of many celebrated landmarks and attractions. The medieval city is famed for its canals and riversides, with some of the most iconic architecture in western Europe. Most bus services into Hamburg arrive Hamburg ZOB, the city's central bus station. From there, travellers can explore Hamburg further via the region's U-Bahn and S-Bahn systems, or journey farther afield with easy autobahn connections to the rest of Germany and beyond. Public transport systems in Hamburg run regularly throughout the day, with brief closures overnight before recommencing at 04:30 a.m. each morning, excluding Sundays when a more limited schedule is observed.