Explore Leipzig + the area

RIGHT IN THE HEART OF TOWN

almost everything is in walking distance:

5 min, on foot: Central Train Station, 24/7 affordable food and shops, market on Tuesdays and Fridays
10 min, by metro: Leipzig trade fair – 3 stops with the train from the market “Markt”
15 min, on foot: Augustusplatz, Moritzbastei, Nikolaikirche, Leipzig Zoo
20 min, on foot: Leipzig Arena, district of Südvorstadt

For detailed info click on the symbols:

HOW TO FIND US:

From the central train station: leave the station through the main exits EAST or WEST, go straight for about 100 metres and then turn right on to the ‘Brühl’. Follow the ‘Brühl’ to the end (you’ll pass the ‘Höfe am Brühl’ shopping centre). Follow the road ‘Große Fleischergasse’ for around 200 metres and then turn left into the ‘Kleine Fleischergasse’. After 50 metres you’ll find the ‘Joachimstal’ passageway on your left! From Leipzig, Markt: Leave the station and go into the ‘Barfußgässchen’ from the market. Follow the ‘Bar-Meile’ for about 300 metres until you find the ‘Joachimstal’ passageway on your right.

From the airport: The S-Bahn goes directly from Flughafen Leipzig/Halle to the central train station and to Markt. For further instructions please see above! A ticket (for 2 zones) costs around 3.00 Euro and the journey is around 15 minutes.

By car: Due to our great location, parking in the immediate vicinity of the hostel will be somewhat difficult. However, there are some parking possibilities nearby:
The parking deck “Marktgalerie” is exactly 2 walking minutes away from us and costs 15€ for 24 hours.
The parking deck “Am Hauptbahnhof” is located in the Kurt-Schumacher-Straße – parking there costs 6€ for 24 hours and it is about 10 minutes walking distance to us.
The city car park Große Fleischergasse 2 is also located very close to our house. A day ticket costs 10€.
Directly outside the city center ring, there is a parking lot in the Zentralstraße 6. From there it is about 5 minutes walking distance to us and 24 hours parking costs 8€.

Busses are the cheapest way to travel Germany’s citys: http://www.checkmybus.de/