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Bad Schandau

Bad Schandau is a town in Saxony, Germany. The town is situated on the bank of the River Elbe. The town boasts a 50m lift that links the town with the village of Ostrau.

The town has good rail links through its main station, both nationally and internationally. The station is on the other side of the River from the town, and is reached by ferry or over the Elbe Road Bridge.

How to get to Bad Schandau from
Route 1:

There is one direct service per day between Amsterdam and Prague, although there are plenty of indirect services that involve a change at Berlin (although that route is dealt with on a separate page). This service is operated daily by Deutsche Bahn's City Night Line sleeper service, Kopernikus / Phoenix, and calls at Cologne and Berlin en route.