Leipzig Transportation

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  • 1. Getting There By Train

    The main station at Leipzig is one of the worlds largest railway stations with a length of 298m, 24 platforms and 45m wide arches. Until 1934 the station had a Saxon and Prussian administration....

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  • 2. Getting Around By Public Transport

    You can easily walk around the Old Town upon your arrival in Leipzig from the main train station. Most of the main sights/museums are there so you don’t have to worry for public transportation....

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  • 3. Facts / General Information

    To say that the Altenberg-Leipzig airport is small is something of an understatement. It currently has only one scheduled service per day via Ryanair - to Stansted, London Although Leipzig has...

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  • 4. Getting There By Bus

    If you arrive in Leipzig on Ryanair (see other tip) you will of course have realised that Ryanair's defintion of which airport belongs to which city is somewhat hazy. At one point they advertised a...

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  • 5. Parking / Getting Around By Car

    Our hotel Landhaus Fleischhauer was located in the centre of Lützen. It was a 30-minute drive to the centre of Leipzig (20 km) along the national road B87. We found a free parking in the centre close...

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  • 6. NextBike

    NextBike is a private bicycle sharing system that is quite similar to DB Call-a-Bike except that it is partially paid for by advertising directly on the bike --...

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  • 7. Air

    Ryanair may have dumped Leipzig as a destination, but it is still well served by a number of budget airlines, including the excellent Air Berlin and Lufthansa's...

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  • 8. Cycling in Leipzig

    Photos:1. Cycling in Leipzig2. Colorful barefoot cyclist3. Two more cyclists4. Three more cyclists5. More people on bicycles in LeipzigLeipzig has been making...

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  • 9. Bicycle station

    Leipzig is one of those fortunate cities, like Aschaffenburg, Darmstadt and Gera, which has a bicycle station right at the main railroad station.Here you can...

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  • 10. By road to Leipzig.

    From the west, the route I used is the E40 (European 'Interstate' road naming system): which is generally the A (for Autobahn) 4 on the German system.The E40 is...

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  • 11. Restricted area

    Funny way to ensure that people do not drive within restricted areas.As soon as you reach such an area within Leipzig a barrier is making not possible to go on;...

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  • 12. I went by the train..It was...

    I went by the train..It was agreat chance to see the bahnhof (station)..they said that it is the largest in europe..Am i correct?Althoug public transportation...

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  • 13. Airport

    A large and fairly busy, very modern, airport. It's in Halle, just a short train ride from Leipzig Hbf. Lovely old plane on display, my recognition is not that...

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  • 14. Train

    A major station, links to most parts of Germany and beyond, plus good local links with trams stopping just outside. Also several vintage trains on display to...

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