Germany has an extensive domestic bus network although most travellers stick with the more convenient rail network unless they want to get to smaller towns, particularly in the Bavarian Alps and along the Romantic Road. International buses are a popular alternative to the train with services to destinations throughout both eastern and western Europe.
Some domestic bus operators include Berlin Linien Bus, which operates the Berlin - Dresden, Berlin - Hamburg and Berlin - Munich routes and Touring, which operates the Hamburg - Hannover - Frankfurt - Heidelberg - Mannheim route.
Central bus stations (busbahnhof) are usually located near the main train station (hauptbahnhof) in most big towns and cities. However some smaller bus companies, such as those serving eastern European destinations, operate from their own terminals.
Busabout operates to the following German destinations: Berlin, Dresden, Munich and Stuttgart.