Pressemitteilung BoxID: 637665 (Locomore GmbH & Co. KG)
  • Locomore GmbH & Co. KG
  • Planufer 92a
  • 10967 Berlin
  • Ansprechpartner
  • Martina Kneis
  • +49 (30) 9203578-12

Travelling with Locomore in your summer holidays

Now possible: book Locomore tickets from 21st June to 6th November 2017

(lifePR) (Berlin, ) So far, booking tickets for our new orange-coloured long-distance train has only been possible up to 20th June. From today, Sunday 5th February, tickets for the summer and autumn months can additionally be booked under

This means: Tickets are now available up to and including 6th November 2017!

Up to the present day, more than 30,000 passengers have travelled on our Locomore trains. "30,000 passengers show that Locomore starts to become established as a reasonably-priced alternative long-distance train. It is our aim to gain a sufficient number of new passengers so as to be able to get into the black", says Derek Ladewig, managing partner and founder of Locomore.

Locomore makes low-priced travelling possible, for example:

 from 7 € Frankfurt-Heidelberg or Fulda-Frankfurt
 from 10 € Hannover-Berlin
 from 13 € Frankfurt-Stuttgart or Hannover-Frankfurt
 from 17 € Göttingen-Stuttgart or Wolfsburg-Frankfurt
 from 20 € Heidelberg-Berlin
 from 22 € Stuttgart-Berlin

At present, during the winter timetable, the train runs a reduced service from Thursday afternoon till Monday afternoon. Tuesday and Wednesday are used for intensive maintenance work on our vehicles. Even after such a short time, a positive balance can be drawn up:
The quality on board could be significantly improved, the order of the carriages is stable again, WiFi works in the orange-coloured carriages and the problems concerning the toilets have largely been solved.

From 6th April Locomore will operate on a daily basis again!

If you have further questions please call 030 9203 578-12 - we will be delighted to answer them.



Locomore GmbH & Co. KG

The Locomore limited liability partnership (GmbH & Co. KG) based in Berlin is the world's first railway financed by crowdfunding. More than 1,300 people made the start and operation of the first Loccomore train possible because of their commitment in the crowdfunding process.