Zittau railway station (German: Bahnhof Zittau) is a railway station in Zittau, Germany. The station is located on the Liberec–Zittau, Zittau–Löbau and Zittau–Hagenwerder standard gauge lines as well as it is one terminus of narrow gauge Zittau–Kurort Oybin/Kurort Jonsdorf railway. Until 1945 narrow gauge Zittau–Hermsdorf railway to today's Bogatynia in Poland and Heřmanice in the Czech Republic also began at Zittau station.
|Location||Bahnhofstr. 39, 02763 Zittau|
|Platforms||7 normal gauge|
2 narrow gauge
|Opened||10 June 1848|
As of May 2017 there are hourly services to Bischofswerda and Dresden (lines RE 2 and RB 61 run by Vogtlandbahn), to Liberec (lines RE 2 and L 7 run by Vogtlandbahn), Varnsdorf–Rybniště/Seifhennersdorf (line L 7 run by Vogtlandbahn) and to Görlitz and Cottbus (line OE 65 run by Ostdeutsche Eisenbahn). Narrow gauge services to Kurort Oybin and/or Kurort Jonsdorf run five times daily during main tourist seasons, two times daily during off-season. On summer weekend days there are three additional pairs of trains, which makes a peak of up to eight daily trains on summer weekend days.
Before cross-border line L7 (initially named as TLX) between Liberec, Zittau, Rybniště and Seifhennersdorf started operation in December 2010, there had been regular services by České dráhy even in Zittau.
Narrow gauge steam train of SOEG to Kurort Oybin in 2014.
City bus lines A, B and C as well as many regional bus lines frequently stop at this station. The bus station is located in front of the railway station building.
The standard gauge facilities are situated north of the station building, the narrow gauge facilities south of it. The narrow gauge passenger station is located east of the square with the bus stop, a depot west of it.
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