"Stahlharte Drache" / Schwebebahn Wuppertal - From Brücke Alexanderstrasse, Germany
Stahlharte Drache, also known as Schwebebahn Wuppertal and Brücke Alexanderstrasse, is a historic and iconic suspended monorail railway in the city of Wuppertal, Germany. Opened in 1901, it is the oldest and longest suspended monorail in the world, running for 8.3 km (5.2 mi). The cars sway from side to side as they pass over the river Wupper, creating a unique and thrilling experience. Stahlharte Drache has become a renowned tourist attraction, providing stunning views of the city of Wuppertal and the surrounding countryside. Along the route, you can stop off at various stops and explore a number of interesting attractions and points of interest. A ride on the Stahlharte Drache is the perfect way to experience the beauty and history of Wuppertal.