How do Germany and Hungary’s new unlimited public transport tickets work?

Two countries have just launched new public transport passes that allow you to use almost all bus and rail services without having to buy separate tickets.

Germany has just introduced a new €49 public transport ticket that is valid on trains, buses and metro systems across the country.

Transport Minister Volker Wissing has called it the “biggest public transport reform in German history”.

Launched on Monday 1 May, public transport companies say that more than 3 million people have already snapped up the new Germany Ticket. Demand was so high, state-owned rail company Deutsche Bahn’s website crashed as thousands of people attempted to subscribe for the ticket.

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