Travelling on the VMS

The Verkehrsverbund Mittelsachsen (VMS) extends from Zwickau to Freiberg, from the ridge of the Ore Mountains in the south to Döbeln in the north.

Trains out of the VVO to the VMS

From the Verkehrsverbund Oberelbe (VVO) you can get to destinations in the VMS on these trains:

  • RegionalExpress RE 3: Dresden – Chemnitz – Hof
    Last stop in the VVO: Tharandt
  • RegionalBahn RB 30: Dresden – Zwickau
    Last stop in the VVO: Klingenberg-Colmnitz
  • RegionalBahn RB 45: Elsterwerda – Riesa – Chemnitz
    Last stop in the VVO: Stauchitz

When you travel out of the VVO area, the Mitteldeutsche Regiobahn (MRB) tariff and Deutsche Bahn offerings apply to the entire trip.

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Guten-Tag ticket

This ticket is sold by the Mitteldeutsche Regiobahn (MRB) and is the best option for day-trippers. Whether you are travelling alone or in a group, this ticket allows you to travel all day long in second-class on the RE 3, RB 30 and RB 45 routes.

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Saxony Ticket

The Saxony Ticket (state ticket) is offered by Deutsche Bahn. Up to five people can travel together all day long on this ticket and go all over Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia.

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Regio120 and Regio120plus tickets

The Regio120 ticket is offered by Deutsche Bahn. You can use the Regio120 ticket to travel for up to 120 kilometres for just 20,30 euros. For over 120 kilometres you can use the Regio120plus ticket, which costs just 26,90 euros. (10.12.23)

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Germany ticket

With the Germany ticket (Deutschlandticket) for 49 euros a month, you can travel right across Germany from May 2023. The ticket is valid on local trains, buses, trams, underground trains, suburban trains and many ferries.

Buses out of the VVO to the VMS

Bus route 400: Dresden – Annaberg-Buchholz

Bus route 416: Meißen – Döbeln