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Small things do make a difference. The ride is not long and not very exciting. Nothing to look forward at the top. But the ride is accessible with a wheelchair unlike the Schwebebahn and the service works in the guaranteed German style. Personal, efficient, attentive,...More
We didn't go up the Standseilbahn since the friendly, elderly lady, speaking almost entirely in German,who was manning the station suggested, that we should do the Shwebebahn since that is more interesting.Since we had already been up the Prague funicular two days ago, we promptly...More
Dresden has two mountain railways. Both of them take off from almost the same point (3 min. walk from each other), but each one goes up a different direction. That's why you can't use one to go up and the other to get down. You...More
There are two cable cars (funiculars) close to each other, both starting at the Körnerplatz, both not so easy to find, you can easily miss them. Very hard to park nearby if you do not have a "paper parking clock" with you so as to...More
we took the tourist bus to see the touristic highlights from the city. went out at the standseilbahn bottom end traveled to upper end to see the nice houses on that side of the elbe. picked up the bus a few hundred meter further perhaps...More
Took an evening ride out on the trams at the end of a very hot day, walked over the Blue Wonder Bridge and came across this. From the upper station you could see all over Dresden and I hadn't realised just how extensive the city...More