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Osnabrück is a town situated in Lower Saxony, Germany. The town was heavily damaged during the Second World War.

Osnabruck is situated on a junction between the high-speed Amsterdam to Berlin route and the Hamburg to Cologne route. The town is around three hours from Amsterdam. The town's bus station is located next to the station, where international coach services are also available to London via Lille.

The town is most easily navigated by bus, although bicycles are also a good method of travel.

How to get to Osnabrück from
Route 1:

A frequent service operates each day between Amsterdam and Berlin, with a total journey time of just over six hours. In the Netherlands, the train starts/ends its journey at Amsterdam Schiphol (the city's main airport).

An alternative overnight service is available, running between Amsterdam and Moscow via Berlin if you would prefer. Connecting services to Hamburg are available from Osnabrück.