Marriott Leipzig

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Am Hallischen Tor 1, Leipzig, Saxony, 04109, Germany
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HOW TO GET TO LEIPZIG FROM FRANKFURT AIRPORT BY TRAIN

by medugu

Hello, how can i get a train or cheapest means of transport from frankfurt airport to leipzig. i will be coming from dubai this month. Thank you

Re: HOW TO GET TO LEIPZIG FROM FRANKFURT AIRPORT BY TRAIN

by ATLC

You can use the journey planner at:
http://www.bahn.de/i/view/DEU/en/index.shtml

You can choose for departure: Frankfurt(Main)Flugh (airport)
For arrival: Leipzig Hauptbahnhof (central station/main station)

It's around 4 hours journey, around 75 euro.

Cheers!

Re: HOW TO GET TO LEIPZIG FROM FRANKFURT AIRPORT BY TRAIN

by HansDK

You may still be able to book a savings fare - EUR 29-49, but you have to book as soon as possible. The tickets are train-specific, i.e. can only be used on train they are booked for. Exchange/return: EUR 15; excluded from the first day of validity.

You will receive your ticket as a print-self ticket via email and you will have to bring the credit/debit card that was used for the booking during your journey.

Re: HOW TO GET TO LEIPZIG FROM FRANKFURT AIRPORT BY TRAIN

by christine.j

If you manage to get a cheap ticket, leave enough safety margin between the arrival time of your plane and the departure of the train. As said above, with the reduced rates you book a specific train, so if your plane is late, you cannot simple use this ticket on the next one.

Re: HOW TO GET TO LEIPZIG FROM FRANKFURT AIRPORT BY TRAIN

by yvr

If you book on the DB website you will find there are still tickets 2nd class from 29euros and up, Friday's in June seem to be the highest. You can purchase them online, it will be an electronic ticket. There are plenty of trains, one each hour at approximately 11 past the hour from the Frankfurt Airport. Give youself enough time to clear customs and luggage retrival, if you buy your ticket on line it will only be good for that particular train and time, so choose carefully. I would suggest at least a two hours.

Re: HOW TO GET TO LEIPZIG FROM FRANKFURT AIRPORT BY TRAIN

by abalada

Best deal ticket wise would be a Rail&Fly ticket. However the airlines offering these are mostly selling them only together when buying the flight ticket.
list of partner airlines offering Rail&Fly
http://www.bahn.de/p/view/mdb/pv/mobilit_t/rail_fly_airrail/MDB76398-_bersicht_partnerairlines_5_2010.pdf
Rail&Fly infos by Lufthansa (other airlines may have other prices and booking conditions)
http://www.lufthansa.com/online/portal/lh/de/info_and_services/from_to_airport?nodeid=1771074&l=en

Travel Tips for Leipzig

Leipzig Tourist Information

by mindcrime

The Tourist Information of Leipzig is very helpful. First of all its location, right opposite the main train station will make your plans easier because they will give you a free map and all the basic info about sights, transportation, city walks, the tourist bus (the bus starts from there I think) etc

I noticed several leaflets about main sights and city events and the friendly staff informed me about the Leipzig card too that you can buy there anyway and use it for transportation too (free travel on all trams and buses). If you are a student you will have the same discount like having the Leipzig Card so it’s not worth buying it.
Although we stayed 2 days we bought the one for 3 days and we saved more than 15euro just for the monuments.
There are different Leipzig Cards depending the days you want:
1day(1adult) 8.90euro
3 day(1adult) 18.50euro
3 days(2adults+3children!) 34euro

The Tourist Office is open Mon-Fri 09.30-18.00 (saturdays till 16.00, Sundays till 15.00)

address: Richard-Wagner-Strasse 1 04109 Leipzig, Germany
tel: +49(0)341/71 04-260 Fax: +49(0)341/71 04-271

1 FC Lokomotive Leipzig

by bonio

Noticed there was a game before we left home and it proved too tempting for me. Lokomotive Leipzig were regular competitors in European games pre 1989 and the name was familiar to me, so currently in the Sachsenliga and making their way back to the big time?
Enjoyed the game against Dynamo Dresden II (another name from the past?) with a 2-1 home win in the impressive Zentralstadion, built for the 2006 world cup.

train, bus, plane

by islander1000

Leipzig is 2h autobahn (or train) away from Berlin, 5h from Munich, 5h from Hamburg
there is to open a direct flight from Gatwick to Altenburg (ryanair) from next year
Altenburg is 30 miles away, good train connection

excellent food late at night

by german_eagle about Restaurant OpernCafe

In winter 2009 I attended the premiere of the ballet "Giselle" at the Leipzig opera house with American friends. Afterward we were hungry but it was late and we didn't have the energy left to wander around searching for a restaurant. So we dropped into the OpernCafe right in the opera house. It turned out to be a very good decision. Of course they are prepared to serve food after the opera or ballet late at night.

The decor of the restaurant is modern, but not 'cold'. Service was very attentive and quick. Prices are reasonable. I cannot exactly recall what we had. I believe I had sliced veal au gratin on salad and a glass of orange juice (driver), of the others someone definitely had ragout fin, someone else wild rice with pork and white wine. Everything was excellent.

The gewandhaus is the concert...

by bmiller39

The gewandhaus is the concert house which is very very nice and spectacular. The orchestra travels often so you really have to hit it lucky to get in..I hit it lucky by one night and was stuck with organ music the second night...Highly recommend a visit
acoustics..every seat is a good seat

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Address: Am Hallischen Tor 1, Leipzig, Saxony, 04109, Germany