has a bus route in just about every western and some eastern European countires. Their site will eventually lead you to Deutsch Touring
which is the German segment of Eurolines. Unfortunately, I couldn't find any information about inter country traveling in Germany. You can probably contact them either via email or telephone or just stop by their location while in Dresden.
Looking up point to point tickets online, via the rail, I see the online price 55 E. Online prices are only generalizations yet and I've found it to be significantly more expensive. I wouldn't be surprised if it was 30 or less to take the train. You can check the price at those awesome automatic ticket machines.
edited to add: seems a lot of times the price of the train, especially shorter routes, is only slightly more expensive than rail, or about the same. maybe it's just the routes we've taken.
~~ Jamie ~~
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