Get to Leipzig without stress or traffic jams

Travelling by car

Leipzig is superbly connected to the motorway network. Coming from Nuremberg/Munich/Frankfurt, the city can be reached via the A 9. Leave it at the Schkeuditzer Kreuz intersection and take the A 14 towards Dresden/Prague. Coming from Hanover/Magdeburg/Halle Leipzig can be reached via the A 14. Leave it at junction Leipzig-Mitte. The city centre is signposted from there and can be reached within minutes via the B 2

Travelling by train
If you prefer to travel ‘green’, the trains of the Deutsche Bahn AG are a comfortable option. There are hourly ICE trains from and to all major German cities, including Berlin, Munich or Frankfurt on Main.
Leipzig Main Station, extravagantly rebuilt, is situated right in the city centre and ranks among the largest and most advanced railway stations in Europe. The Travellers’ Centre and the shopping mall within the station make sure travellers enjoy a pleasant stay.

Travelling by plane
Leipzig/Halle Airport offers more than 300 direct flights per week to 8 German and 72 international destinations. Taking advantage of the hubs of Frankfurt (Main), Munich, Paris, Vienna, and London, which are served daily, some of them several times, even more worldwide destinations can be reached with favourable connecting flights.