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Reinhardtsdorf-Schöna

Explore by bike

Situated between Großer Zirnstein, Kaiserkrone, Zirkelstein and Wolfsberg, the village offers hiking and recreational opportunities in wooded surroundings.

 

Reinhardtsdorf-Schöna with the district of Kleingießhübel surprises with a series of stones that rise up majestically from the landscape - and is the starting point for excursions on foot, by bike, by bus, by car or by romantic side-wheel steamer. The cross-border Elbe cycle path and the Schöna-Hrensko ferry connection also take visitors directly to Bohemian Switzerland.

The Malerweg (Painters' Path) attracts hikers not only along a traditional hiking route, but also to charming vantage points. If you like, you can also climb the Großer Zirnstein, the highest peak in Saxon Switzerland. The Reinhardtsdorf church is also a gem. Built in the Farmer's Baroque style, it was first mentioned in a document in 1368 and still houses a carved winged altar from 1521.

The village also boasts Umgebindehäuser (half-timbered houses) from the 18th and 19th centuries. The local history museum in the half-timbered house in Schöna bears witness to the life of a quarryman's family at the turn of the century. An annual meeting of sculptors takes place in the old sandstone quarry in Reinhardtsdorf. Some of the works created there can be found in the village and along the paths on the Wolfsberg.

These districts are part of Reinhardtsdorf-Schöna

Kleingießhübel | Reinhardtsdorf | Schöna

 

 

As a guest in Saxon Switzerland, you get your Saxon Switzerland Guest Pass from your host directly upon your arrival. Holders of this pass receive wonderful discounts in many leisure time facilities. The Guest Card is a free service of the participating hosts and partners. It is not available for purchase.
It is valid during your stay, including the days of arrival and departure, and is non-transferable.  You can recognize all participating leisure time facilities with the Guest Pass logo. For further information, please contact your host or the local tourist information point.

Detailed information about the Guest Pass

As a guest in Saxon Switzerland, you get your Saxon Switzerland Mobility Guest Pass from your host directly upon arrival. Besides great discounts for many leisure time facilities, in certain cites this pass is also valid as a ticket for the VVO (Upper Elbe Transport Network) buses, trains, and ferries in the Saxon Switzerland fare zones except for special means of transport. Extra tickets are needed for the transport of pets and bicycles and for trips beyond the fare zone boundaries of the region. The Saxon Switzerland Mobility Guest Pass is valid during your stay including the days of arrival and departure and is non-transferable. You recognize all participating leisure time facilities with the Guest Pass logo. For further information please contact your host or the local tourist information point.

Detailed information about the Guest Pass

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