What is the cheapest way to travel from Hamburg to Paris and back? I think flights are comparatively expensive, specially, as I know of no Ryanair hub around there. A slower way than flying is acceptable, but it should not take too long, at least not more than a day to travel.
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Usually it is possible to get cheap fares for the train from Germany to neighbouring countries via the Sparpreis finder. If I'm not mistaken, it should be possible to get a ticket starting from €49. The cheap tickets tend to run out quite early, so you'll have to book them as soon as possible. The earliest date you can book them is usually 3 months before the date of travel.
Obviously taking the train will be rather long.
The main options would seem to be:
All in all, you have many options slightly north of €100, which is not that expensive in historical perspective but obviously not extremely cheap either.
PS: You mentioned Hamburg in the title but Bremen in the text. Exact price and possibilities will not be exactly the same if you want to go from Bremen (and Lübeck, which Ryanair presents as “Hamburg” is on the opposite side of the city).