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Just one more tip: If you go for a cheaper solution, have a look also at the buses which offer great discounts http://www.eurolines.de/de/internationale-fernbusse/fahrplaene/buslinien-deutschland-polen/
I would check bahn.ltur -- I remember I got a ticket from Berlin to Frankfurt for just 26 Euro (normally about 135 Euro I think). I looked up Berlin to Hamburg and it also gives me options for 26 Euro tickets. Do know, that you have to make that specific train that you bought the ticket for. The other problem is I don't think you can buy tickets very far in ...
I don't think there are any student-specific discounts, except that you can get the BahnCard about 1/3rd off. But as you say, the BahnCard is for people who travel frequently, not for single trips. Other ways to save money: Book your ticket as early as possible - there are limited quotas of cheaper tickets available if you do so. Use the Quer-Durchs-Land ...
Here is a such a map. There is a legend too. Blue is essentially without limit. Some have time-based limits or flexible limits based on electronic signs.
This answer applies: No, you do not need a visa for going from the US to India via Frankfurt airport (or vice versa), as long as you stay in the transit area and have a connection in less than 12 hours. Lufthansa, emphasis mine: Indian nationals can Transit without Visa via FRA or MUC if holding a valid visa for the destination and a ...
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