Bus transport in the city and municipal region of Aachen
The ASEAG (Aachener Straßenbahn und Energieversorgungs-AG) operates local transport in the city and municipal region of Aachen.
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AVV combined transport district
Bus and train rides in Aachen’s combined transport authority
Aachen’s combined transport authority services the municipal regions of Aachen, Düren and Heinsberg. In this whole AVV district, common fare rates apply for the use of buses or trains on all AVV bus routes and, with no restrictions, also in 2nd class on all local Deutsche Bahn commuter trains.
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Veolia 50 – your connection from Aachen to Maastricht
Every quarter of an hour, Bus No. 50 travels from Aachen to Maastricht and back. The ticket is only available directly from the bus drivers of the No. 50 buses and allow you to take two children under 12 with you free of charge. The names of the bus stops in Aachen are “Hauptbahnhof”, “Theater” and “Schanz”.
Train stations in Aachen
Aachen has four train stations, all of them close to the city centre. Click on this link for current departure times:
The Euregiobahn (RB20)
The Euregiobahn is a cross-border regional train network (RB 20) in the operating area of Aachen’s combined transport authority and the neighbouring district of Zuid-Limburg in Holland.
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International rail services
Aachen is connected to the international rail network. Every two hours, the high-speed THALYS connecting Paris and Cologne stops in Aachen (tickets can be purchased via the Thalys website and at Köln Hauptbahnhof – Cologne Main Railway Station).
In addition, the ICE trains connecting Frankfurt and Brussel also stop in Aachen. There are direct connections to the German cities of Berlin, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Dortmund, Siegen, Frankfurt/Main and Hamm. Aachen is also connected to the Dutch rail network by an hourly train to Heerlen.