University of Leipzig
Hörsaal- und Seminargebäude
04109 Leipzig, Germany
Leipzig is centrally integrated into the network of federal motorways via the A9, A14 and A38 motorways (Leipzig-Göttingen). The Leipzig districts can be reached directly from the motorway junctions. From Berlin and Magdeburg via the Leipzig-Mitte junction on the A14, from Dresden via the Leipzig-Ost junction on the A14 and from Munich, Erfurt via the Leipzig-Südwest junction on the A38. © https://www.leipzig.de
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Multi-storey car parks are a simple and convenient way to get a parking space near the centre of Leipzig. At popular major events, however, the Park and Ride spaces can also be a sensible alternative to get into the city centre in a relaxed manner.
Here you will find an overview of the multi-storey car parks in the centre of Leipzig or near the city centre that are connected to the parking information system. These are operated privately. The prices for short-term parking and current information can be found on the respective linked pages of the providers...
Pay as little as EUR 49.50 (one-way) with the Event Ticket.
An excellent offer for journeys within Germany: use sustainable transport and relax while you travel. Get the best price ticket with Deutsche Bahn.
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Event Ticket for a single journey, for use only on one specific connection
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Event Ticket for single journey, for use on all connections
Book your ticket online now and to get the guaranteed lowest price. We will provide you with an overview of all rail services on the route you're interested in.1
You can make the most of your travel time by using your journeys to and from your destination for work, relaxation or enjoying our on-board services. You can also rest assured that your long-distance travel is completely powered by electricity generated by renewable resources.
We wish you a pleasant journey.
1 You can buy your ticket by phone: just contact our service number +49 (0)1806 - 31 11 53 and use the keyword "CONVENTUS". Make sure you have your credit card to hand for payment (please note that Deutsche Bahn AG levies a surcharge for all credit card payments in accordance with the conditions of carriage for persons travelling with Deutsche Bahn AG companies ("BB Personenverkehr"). The service hotline is open Mondays to Friday from 8am to 8pm. There is a charge of EUR 0.20 per call from a German landline and a maximum of EUR 0.60 per call from mobile networks.
Leipzig-Halle Airport is located directly at the Schkeuditzer Kreuz motorway junction (A 9, A 14). The distance to Leipzig is 18 km, to Halle 23 km. Leipzig-Halle Airport can be reached worldwide via the Frankfurt / Main, Munich, Düsseldorf, Cologne / Bonn, Vienna or Istanbul hubs. Within Germany it offers almost daily direct connections with the metropolises Düsseldorf, Cologne / Bonn, Frankfurt / Main, Stuttgart, Nuremberg and Munich. © https://www.leipzig.de