It is just under 900 kilometres from the capital to the destination of Fehmarn. Fehmarn is Germany’s third largest island and is always worth a trip. From Hamburg to the island of Fehmarn
the steam train travels along the famous Vogelfluglinie. In its day, this was a faster connection between Germany and Denmark. The most famous landmark is the Fehmarnsundbrück, which is 963 metres long.
Enjoy the passing landscape of northern Germany on the journey. On island of Fehmarn you can then choose to swim in the Baltic Sea or take a ferry trip to Denmark or explore the island.


We wish you a safe journey!


Train locomotive: DRG Class 03 2155 (Schöneweide – Fehmarn – Schöneweide)
Car train: Historic express train with dining car
Services: Seat reservation and guided tour of Fehmarn

1st Class2nd Class3rd Class
Adults:149 EUR134 EUR124 EUR
Childrens (6-14 Years):39 EUR34 EUR34 EUR
Families (2+4):339 EUR299 EUR284 EUR


Shedule (exp.)Outward tripReturn trip
Berlin-Schöneweide:05:00 h00:05 h
Berlin-Ostkreuz DB:05:15 h23:55 h
Berlin-Lichtenberg:05:25 h23:45 h
Burg auf Fehmarn:12:30 h17:30 h