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How to search for internal bus connections in Germany, for example between Munich and Berlin?

The question on Travel.SE about cheap bus lines gives many bus companies that offer inter-Germany bus connections. So if I'd like to find best connection for me (which could be by price, but as well by the departure/arrival hour) I'd have to go to all of the sites and check.

Are there some aggregating sites for Germany, where I can find all connections from all companies for given route? For Poland for example, there are sites like e-Podroznik

share|improve this question -> it's a part of the greg's answer – Dirty-flow Jul 18 '14 at 12:33
and also , so the other question answer everything you want – Dirty-flow Jul 18 '14 at 12:35
Maybe both should be added to…. I haven't found it because it's not tagged [buses] and initially targeted for inter-city transport, maybe it should be splitted to 2 canonical answers. I've enriched it for Polish bus planner, by occasion. – Danubian Sailor Jul 18 '14 at 12:39
Just thought I'd mention an alternative: Deutsche Bahn (the German train network). Fast, reliable, comfortable, and accessible for non-German speaking people. OK, journeys are probably more money, but I'd say worth it. – User 17670 Jul 19 '14 at 12:28
up vote 3 down vote accepted

Besides the two websites already mentioned in the comments, I can also recommend "Fahrtenfuchs" ( Moreover, there is another website that compares different ways of travel: "Verkehrsmittelvergleich" (

However, there is one major issue: Most of the websites that aggregate bus connections do not include all major bus companies. It might be worthwhile to use different aggregation websites.

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