Travel by Bus and Special Train
Here you find all registered buses (blue), the route and stations of the special train (green) and the starting points for collective cycling (yellow):
To register for a bus or for the special train, click on the markers on the map and get in touch with the organizers via mail or their webpage. On our Website you don’t need more then a valid email-address to get in contact with them.
For the first time in the history of Ende Gelände there will be a special train. The train will start in Prague and will have stopovers in Dresden, Leipzig, Berlin and Hannover with the ulitmate destination in Cologne or a train station nearby. The train will leave on Thursday, 25th of October in the afternoon from Prague and will arrive in the Rhineland early on Friday. The train will travel back on the same route on Sunday evening.If you do not live in the mentioned cities, but it is easy for you to reach them via public transportation it is also great to join in, because the train ride itself will be a great adventure and a unique experience. Especially all those people who live in Halle, Jena, Potsdam, Göttingen, Magdeburg, Lüneburg, Oldenburg or Bremen should think about joining the train. And generally people from Czech Republic, Saxony, Brandenburg, Saxony-Anhalt and Lower Saxony.
Important! You should be at the train station 30 min before departure!
We will sell most of the tickets ‘offline’ through local climate groups. We will either have a group/place in your city which sells tickets (contacts or E-Mail are on the map) or if this is not the case you can write us and we will forward you to the local groups.
Important! After Tuesday evening we will only sell tickets online trough Bassliner.There it is also possible to buy one-way tickets.
For Groups interessed in the special train we have prepared a Trainguide.
If you do not live close to the route of the train, there will also be self-organized busses from many other locations. Check the map above. If there is no bus from your region to the action yet you might want to organize a bus yourself. Just have a look in our Busguide. It will guide you step by step to learn what is important to know for a) the organization, b) how to let people know about the bus, and c) what you should keep in mind for the journey.
You have more questions about the busses or you need support organizing one? Just write us:
…or you have any more questions regaring the special train: