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We want to some city. How can I buy tickets?

Hello.
I have a plan to go to stuttgart and some other place from Japan.
Please tell me, how can I buy tickets(cheaper it nice!).
Our group is 2, 1 adult and child(15 years old).

4/12
15:00 Arrive at Frankfurt air port.
We want to go stuttgart( our hotel is near Österreichischer Platz. But it's okay for us to using stuttgart Hbf. We can catch taxi to hotel.)

5/12
around 9:00, we departure from stuttgart to Tübingen Hbf.
And 16:00, back to stuttgart.

6/12
around 9:00, we departure from stuttgart to Esslingen (Neckar).
around 14:00, we leave Esslingen, and go to Ludwigsburg.
around 19:00, we back to stuttgart from Ludwigsburg.
(We visit 2 city from stuttgart on 1 day.)

7/12
around 12:00, we go to Frankfurt (Main) Hauptbahnhof.
(Our hotel is nearby this station.)

8/12
Back to Japan from Frankfurt air port.
(our plane departure 19:00,but we don't go any other city on this day.)

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For 4/12 and 8/12 you can buy the ticket at the Reisezentrum at Frankfurt-Airport or at the red DB ticket machines at the Airport. Until 15/12 all Trains will arrive and depart at Frankfurt Flughafen Fernbahnhof (Long distance Trains). You can also buy tickets using the website https://reiseauskunft.bahn.de or the DB App, but in this case you will need a Creditcard and have to Register yourself. The cheaper tickets are called Sparpreis or Super-Sparpreis, but they are only valid for the booked Train and cannot be changed.
For 5/12 and 6/12 the Baden-Württemberg-Ticket (https://www.bahn.de/p/view/angebot/regio/regionale-ticket...) for the whole day is the cheapest, but the earliest time to start the journey is 9 a.m. and you can only use regional Trains (German: Nur Nahverkehr), means S, RB, RE and IRE. This ticket you can buy via App, Internet, at many ticket machines in Stuttgart and at the counter (at the counter + 2 €).

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For 4/12 and 8/12 you can buy the ticket at the Reisezentrum at Frankfurt-Airport or at the red DB ticket machines at the Airport. Until 15/12 all Trains will arrive and depart at Frankfurt Flughafen Fernbahnhof (Long distance Trains). You can also buy tickets using the website https://reiseauskunft.bahn.de or the DB App, but in this case you will need a Creditcard and have to Register yourself. The cheaper tickets are called Sparpreis or Super-Sparpreis, but they are only valid for the booked Train and cannot be changed.
For 5/12 and 6/12 the Baden-Württemberg-Ticket (https://www.bahn.de/p/view/angebot/regio/regionale-ticket...) for the whole day is the cheapest, but the earliest time to start the journey is 9 a.m. and you can only use regional Trains (German: Nur Nahverkehr), means S, RB, RE and IRE. This ticket you can buy via App, Internet, at many ticket machines in Stuttgart and at the counter (at the counter + 2 €).

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Additionnally some Links in English:

4/12 + 7/12:

Super-Saver Fares:

https://www.bahn.com/en/view/offers/germany/super-saver-f...

This is only valid for the specific train. Therefore not good for Frankfurt airport to Stuttgart: If your plane is late and you miss your train it is NOT valid on other rains. (You can hang around for hours at the airport to minimize the risk missing it, of course...)

But you can use it to return from Stuttgart to Frankfurt.

There are flexible fares: More expensive but valid on any train:

https://www.bahn.com/en/view/offers/germany/flexible-fare...

If you consider 140€ too much you can also use REGIONAL TRAINS only for 52€:

https://www.bahn.com/en/view/offers/regional/day-ticket-f...

But you will have to change trains once or twice and travel 3:30h or 3:13h instead of 1:18h...

If you buy a flexible fare ticket it will include a city ticket: This allows you to take the underground tram to the stop „Österreichischer Platz“ from Stuttgart Hbf:

https://www.vvs.de/download/Verbund_Schienennetz.pdf

(It is right below the main / central station „Hbf“ where the long-distance rains arrive.)

The child counts as a separate person above 15 and must pay the full price.

5/12:

I also recommend the Baden-Württemberg-Ticket for 2 persons. It is also valid on trams and buses in Stuttgart and Tübingen for one entire day AFTER 9:00h.

https://www.bahn.com/en/view/offers/regional/regional-day...
then look for Baden-Württemberg ticket

(30€ online or from the machine, 32€ at the counter)

It is only valid on REGIONAL trains, NOT in IC or ICE trains – but beween Stuttagrt and Tübingen there are only regional trains anyhow.

6/12

You will stay the entire day within the VVS area, where integrated day passes for all trains, trams and buses are in effect. You need a GROUP day ticket fore the entire network for 19,70€:

https://www.vvs.de/download/RailandTrackNetwork.pdf

7/12

A (super-)saver-fare ticket is valid only one day or until 10am the next morning. So just buy it to Frankfurt – not Frankfurt Airport.

A flexible fare ICE ticket is valid 2 days: So buy it from Stuttgart to Frankfurt AIRPORT. It will allow you to use all trains between Frankfurt main station and the airport on 8/12.

8/12

If you cannot use the rest of a flexible fare ticket you can either book:

1. a flexible LONG-DISTANCE train ticket: 15€ plus 15€ for the child. With this expensive ticket you can use any train.

2. a regional train ticket (NOT valid on IC and ICE trains) according to the RMV integrated tariff:

https://www.rmv.de/auskunft/bin/jp/query.exe/

The price is 4,95€ plus 2,90€ for the child.

If you are really willing to pay the expensive flexible fare on both ways from Frankfurt to Stuttgart and vice versa you can also consider buying a German Rail Twin Pass:

https://www.bahn.com/en/view/offers/passes/german-rail-pa...

You can buy it at the airport station ticket office.