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Saxon-Bohemian National Park Railway

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Mobility Centre - Upper Elbe Transport Association

The Saxon-Bohemian National Park Railway, also known as National Park Railway U 28, connects the regions of Saxon Switzerland and Bohemian Switzerland. The line runs from Děčín via Bad Schandau, Sebnitz, Dolní Poustevna and Mikulášovice dolní nádr. to Rumburk. This cross-border line makes it possible to reach destinations in the Elbe Valley, Sebnitz Valley and the Schluckenau tip.

A railway has been running between Bad Schandau and Sebnitz for over 130 years. Due to the challenging mountain character, impressive engineering achievements were made back then. The 15.5-kilometre-long line is characterised by 7 tunnels, 2 viaducts, curves, valley sections and a difference in altitude of about 200 metres. Today, modern railcars offer the highest level of ride comfort and enable, for example, a comfortable journey to hiking and climbing destinations such as Mittelndorf or Rathmannsdorf in the Saxon Switzerland National Park.


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Saxon-Bohemian National Park Railway
Am Bahnhof 6
01814 Bad Schandau

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Phone: 0351 / 852 65 55

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