Saxony ticket

The Saxony ticket is a Deutsche Bahn promotion.

With the Saxony ticket up to five people travelling together can use 2nd class local trains belonging to any rail company in Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia for the whole day.

It is valid on the day indicated on the ticket (Monday to Friday) for any number of journeys between 9am and 3am the following day. On Saturdays, Sundays and any bank holiday that applies throughout Saxony, you may use the Saxony ticket to travel before 9am.

Saxony ticket prices:

  • 1 person travelling: 25 Euro
  • 2 people travelling: 32 Euro
  • 3 people travelling: 39 Euro
  • 4 people travelling: 46 Euro
  • 5 people travelling: 53 Euro

Route map: The Saxony Ticket is valid on these routes

Validity in Saxon transport associations

The Deutsche Bahn's Saxony Ticket is valid within the Verkehrsverbund Oberelbe (VVO).

The ticket is recognised on any S-Bahn and regional train (including RegionalExpress, Städtebahn Sachsen and Länderbahn GmbH (DLB) (trilex)), Mitteldeutsche Regiobahn (MRB), on urban and regional buses, on trams and on most Elbe ferries.

It is not valid, in particular, on special or historic modes of transport such as the Dresden Bergbahns, the Kirnitzsch Valley Tramway, the Bad Schandau elevator, narrow gauge railways (Weisseritz Valley Railway, Radebeul–Radeburg Railway), the Meissen City Tour, and the ferries in Schöna-Hrensko, Rathen, Riesa and Strehla.

The Saxony Ticket is also valid within these transport associations:

  • Verkehrsverbund Mittelsachsen (VMS)
  • Verkehrsverbund Vogtland (VVV)
  • Mitteldeutscher Verkehrsverbund (MDV)
  • Zweckverband Verkehrsverbund Oberlausitz-Niederschlesien (ZVON)
  • Verkehrsverbund Mittelthüringen (VMT)
  • Magdeburger Regionalverkehrsverbund (marego)

More information

  • Saxony Ticket validity area (PDF, 100 KB)

Service centres: Where to buy the Saxony Ticket

You can buy the Saxony Ticket

  • From the VVO Mobility Centre, Leipziger Straße 120, Dresden
  • From DB AG travel centres and travel agents, and from regional transport companies’ service centres
  • From DB AG ticket machines
  • From regional bus drivers
  • On trains run by Länderbahn GmbH and Freiberger Eisenbahngesellschaft mbH, and from all the transport companies in the VMS
  • As an online ticket from the DB AG website

The tickets cost 2 euros more at travel centres and from staffed agencies.

Tip for families

The Saxony Ticket is particularly good value for families, too, as any number of your own children or grandchildren below the age of 15 can travel free of charge with you when you buy the Saxony Ticket for one or two people.

Children up to and including the age of 5 can usually travel free of charge with you, no matter whether they are your children or not. If you are travelling with children between the age of 5 and 14 who are not your own children or grandchildren, they count as normal companions. Any dogs who are liable to be paid for also count as normal companions.

More information

As at: December 11, 2016