The best answer is covering the distance of 4,200 miles in the sky. As one of the foremost countries in the world, it is no surprise that there are flights aplenty for you to take from most big cities in India, though Mumbai and Delhi offer the most convenient options. Especially if you’re looking to take a direct flight (be prepared to be seated for eleven hours at least), offered by some of the major carriers including Lufthansa, Jet Airways, Emirates and Air India. What needs a bit of time and prior planning, is sorting out your visa. SOTC is well-versed with Schengen visa requirements and will help you in making all arrangements so that the process is as smooth as possible.
The only way you could ride the railways to Germany, is if you’re coming in from one of the neighbouring countries. Your choices are Swiss Railways, Dutch Railways and a few other lines that come through from France, Italy, Poland and more. If you’re planning to country-hop across Europe, this could work out as a good option for how to reach Germany. You could even take a Ferry with a Eurail pass, from Finland, Poland and Sweden — but the chances of this working into your larger travel plans is low. For the best deals on flights and other local transport, get in touch with SOTC. At SOTC, we provide amazing offers and deals on Germany Tour Packages without causing a dent in your pocket.