How to Get Here

How to Get Here

The wonders of Bohemian Switzerland are easily within reach of the Czech Republic’s capital city. Trains run regularly from Prague with international and domestic express connections arriving in Děčín about every two hours. This journey takes just over an hour and a half and is a great jumping point for the rest of your adventure.

From Děčín, there are several transport options to choose from depending on which part of Bohemian Switzerland you are planning to visit:

Take bus 434 in the direction of Hřensko to reach Mezní Louka. This is where you’ll want to go if you’re heading towards the Soutěsky and Pravčická brána. During the high season, it’s also possible to take this bus to Jetřichovice and Krásná Lípa, where you’ll find the Kyjov Valley.

If you’re traveling to Jetřichovice, bus 435 will take you directly there.

Taking train U28 to Schöna is another option if you’re planning to visit Soutěsky and Pravčická brána. This train also travels to Bad Schandau in Saxon Switzerland and to Rumburk.

Train U8 travels to Česká Kamenice, Jedlová, Krásná Lípa, and Rumburk. The Jedlová stop is the one to take if you want to explore the destinations in the Lusatian Mountains.


Saxon-Bohemian Switzerland