There are 4 ways to get from Saxon Switzerland to Berlin by train, bus or car

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Recommended option

Train  •  2 h 31 min

  1. Take the train from Bad Schandau to Berlin Hbf (tief) Ec

$64 - $92

Cheapest option

Bus RegioJet  •  4 h 23 min

  1. Take the bus from Dresden, Hbf., Bayrische Str. to Berlin, Südkreuz Bf RegioJet

$38 - $53

2 alternative options

Bus FlixBus  •  4 h 18 min

  1. Take the bus from Dresden, Dresden central station to Berlin, Berlin Alexanderplatz 070 / ...

$41 - $58

Drive  •  2 h 37 min

  1. Drive from Saxon Switzerland to Berlin 154.4 miles

$30 - $50

Questions & Answers

The distance between Saxon Switzerland and Berlin is 185 km. The road distance is 247 km.

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The best way to get from Saxon Switzerland to Berlin without a car is to train which takes 2 h 31 min and costs .

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It takes approximately 2 h 31 min to get from Saxon Switzerland to Berlin, including transfers.

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The best way to get from Saxon Switzerland to Berlin is to train which takes 2 h 31 min and costs . Alternatively, you can bus, which costs and takes 4 h 18 min.

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Yes, the driving distance between Saxon Switzerland to Berlin is 247 km. It takes approximately 2 h 37 min to drive from Saxon Switzerland to Berlin.

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Map of how to get from Saxon Switzerland to Berlin.
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  • Distance: 115.7 miles
  • Duration: 2 h 31 min

What companies run services between Saxon Switzerland, Germany and Berlin, Germany?

Deutsche Bahn operates a train from Saxon Switzerland to Berlin every 4 hours. Tickets cost $50 - $75 and the journey takes 2 h 20 min. Alternatively, FlixBus operates a bus from Saxon Switzerland to Berlin hourly. Tickets cost $11 - $18 and the journey takes 2 h 50 min.

Train operators
Deutsche Bahn

Deutsche Bahn is the German railway company, and the largest railway operator and infrastructure owner in Europe. Based in Berlin, Deutsche Bahn was founded in 1994, and offers many different types of rail transportation including ICE or Intercity-Express for high-speed services between major cities and regions, IC (InterCity) for long-distance trains, RE (Regional Express) trains that connect regions and cities, and the S-Bahn rapid transit service. There are two main tickets on offer: the Flexpreis that has full flexibility, and the Sparpreis which is the cheaper, advanced fare.

Contact Details
Phone
+49 0180 6 99 66 33
Website
bahn.com
Train from Bad Schandau to Berlin Hbf (tief)
Ave. Duration
2 h 20 min
Frequency
Every 4 hours
Estimated price
$50 - $75
Website
bahn.de
Bus operators
FlixBus

One of Europe’s leading bus companies, Flixbus serves over 1400 destinations, in 26 countries including Germany, France, Italy, Austria, the Netherlands, Croatia, Spain, and across Scandinavia and central and eastern Europe. Founded in 2012, Flixbus’ extensive network connects cities with approximately 200,000 trips, with buses often departing every 30 minutes. One of the most affordable ways to get around Europe (and expanding soon into the US), a Flixbus journey is cost-effective, well-connected, comfortable and safe.

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Contact Details
Phone
+49 1807 123 99 123
Email
info@flixbus.de
Website
flixbus.de
Bus from Dresden, Dresden central station to Berlin, Berlin Alexanderplatz
Ave. Duration
2 h 50 min
Frequency
Hourly
Estimated price
$11 - $18
Website
flixbus.co.uk
RegioJet
Phone
+420 542 42 42 42
Email
info@regiojet.cz
Website
regiojet.com
Bus from Dresden, Hbf., Bayrische Str. to Berlin, Südkreuz Bf
Ave. Duration
2 h 20 min
Frequency
Hourly
Estimated price
$6 - $9
Website
regiojet.com

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