Arrival by train

Two long-distance train stations easily connect Dresden with the rest of the world, including direct connections from Hanover, Hamburg, Berlin, Frankfurt am Mein, Leipzig and Prague.

Use the train stations Dresden-Neustadt or Dresden Hauptbahnhof for your journey.

Arrival by car

Dresden is connected via the A4, A13 and A17 motorways .

Coming from Erfurt/Chemnitz or Bautzen/Görlitz via the A4 motorway , use the Dresden-Altstadt or Dresden-Neustadt exits to get to the city centre of Dresden.

Via the A17 motorway, use the Dresden-Südvorstadt motorway exit to get to the city centre.

Coming from Berlin, take the A13 to the Dresden-Nord junction and then join the A4.

Arrival by plane

Dresden is connected to the European flight network via Dresden International Airport and offers several direct flights as well as connecting flights to major air hubs such as Zurich, Amsterdam, Frankfurt am Main or Munich.

Also close to Dresden are the airports of Leipzig-Halle, Berlin or Prague.

Arrival by long-distance bus

Via the two long-distance bus stops Dresden-Neustadt (Schlesischer Platz) and Dresden Hauptbahnhof (Bayerische Straße), Dresden is well connected with various long-distance bus providers.

Among other things, Flixbus and maintain scheduled connections to Dresden.