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Wolfsburg is situated in the Lower Saxony region of Germany. The city is well-known due to it being the home of the Volkswagen Plant, AutoStadt. Visitors to the city are able to visit the plant, which offers a range of attractions in itself, including the huge glass 'silos' (pictured) which house new Volkswagens ready to be shipped out.

The city is located on the main trainline between Amsterdam and Berlin, offering direct train services to these cities on a regular basis.

How to get to Wolfsburg from
Route 1:

A frequent service operates each day between Amsterdam and Berlin, with a total journey time of just over six hours. In the Netherlands, the train starts/ends its journey at Amsterdam Schiphol (the city's main airport).

An alternative overnight service is available, running between Amsterdam and Moscow via Berlin if you would prefer. Connecting services to Hamburg are available from Osnabrück.