Warning to Visitors

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Erfurt is a city situated in the heart of Germany, north of the Steigerwald Forest. The city boasts a medieval core, which is home to two famous churches, Erfurt Chathedral and Severikirche.

The city has six tram lines, which serve the city alongside various bus routes. Erfurt's railway station offers services to all of Germany's main destinations.

How to get to Erfurt from
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There is one service per day in either direction between Berlin and Zurich on the City Night Line service named 'Sirius'. City Night Line services are affordable alternatives to day trains, allowing you to arrive at your destination refreshed and having saved on hotel bills.

International travellers with first class tickets may use the SBB Lounge in Zurich's main railway station on their day of travel between 6am and 9pm.