Has flights to many German cities and international destinations including Amsterdam, Zurich, Dubai and Moscow.
Steamboats depart from the Terrassenufer in Dresden for a two-hour trip to Meissen. On the way back, they depart at 2.45pm, but moving upstream, the journey takes over three hours. Many people opt to travel from Dre…
Leipzig-Halle Airport, about 21km west of the city, is served by domestic and international flights with two dozen airlines. Overseas destinations include London, Istanbul, Moscow and popular holiday spots in the Me…
Leipzig's public transport is the responsibility of LVB, which runs this information kiosk outside the Hauptbahnhof.
From mid-April to October, a bus service shuttles between Königstein, Bad Schandau and Mezni Louka in Czechia three times daily (€6 per ride). Buy tickets from the driver.
A steam train ride that connects Weisswasser and Bad Muskau (€6.50 return). You can take the picturesque ride on certain days from April to October.
Runs Leipzig's buses and trams. Single tickets cost €1.90 for up to four stops and €2.60 for longer trips; day passes are €7.40.
From April to October, this tourist 'train' makes the steep 260m climb half-hourly from Königstein to Festung Königstein.
This is a handily central office of the LVB, where you can buy tickets and get free maps.
Hop-on, hop-off minibus linking all the major sights along two intersecting routes.