Getting to the Upper Lusatia is child’s play! An excellent infrastructure network makes it easy to travel throughout the entire region, by car, train or local public transport.
You can reach the Upper Lusatia by plane via the nearby airport of Dresden. From the airport, it is just a few minutes by train or car to the Upper Lusatia region. The suburban railway line S2 connects the terminal with the Dresden Neustadt and main train stations, where you can take regional trains to the Upper Lusatia. Taxis are available and all international car rental companies are represented at the airport. For further information see the airport’s website.
All main centres of the Upper Lusatia can be accessed quickly and conveniently using the trains of Deutsche Bahn and Ostdeutsche Eisenbahn GmbH (ODEG). See their websites for up to date timetables.
The Upper Lusatia is easy to reach by car via motorways A4 (from Dresden or Poland), A13 (from Berlin), A17 (from Prague) and highways B6, B9 (from Česká Lípa, Czech Republic), B96 (from Cottbus), B97 (from Cottbus and Dresden), B156 (from Weißwasser), R35/178 (from Liberec, Czech Republic).
Bus transport in the region is organised by the Zweckverband Verkehrsverbund Oberlausitz-Niederschlesien (ZVON) und Verkehrsverbund Oberelbe (VVO) associations. You can check their websites for timetables and other information.
Bike tourists can also reach the Upper Lusatia via tourist bike paths like the “Oder-Neisse-Radweg” or the “Spreeradweg”.