Bus from Bratislava to Dresden

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Bratislava Dresden

Departure: Bratislava, Slovakia
Arrival: Dresden, Free State of Saxony , Germany
Distance: 404 kilometers
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For the trip between Bratislava and Dresden, between and Free State of Saxony , between Slovakia and Germany, the distance traveled is 403.773 kilometers.

The bus is the most ecologically-friendly means of land transportation for this trip but not the fastest. Indeed, the trip will be longer compared to taking a plane or train.

Interesting facts about buses that you may not know

  • Did you know that originally the bus in France was called a "horse omnibus"? It was a horse-pulled carriage, able to carry more than 15 people at a time!
  • Some operators in Europe offer food and drink service on board and sometimes even have coffee. You might ask yourself “Am I on a plane?”
  • Did you know: the term “bus” originates from the Latin word “omnibus”, meaning “collective, common”, since buses are designed to be shared by many people.
  • In France, there is a “Disco Bus” to dance the night away! After first appearing in Paris in 2008, coaches can now be privatized for merrymaking onboard, morphing into genuine dance floors.
  • In Europe, the most popular bus operators offer wireless internet and electrical outlets. mobile devices are welcome on board!