How To Get Here
Dresden can be reached without problems by car from the rest of Germany. The A4 approaches the city from the West - Cologne, Eisenach and Chemnitz. While the A13 approaches the city from the North - Rostock and Berlin. The newly developed A17 links Dresden to the Czech capital Prauge.
Dresden is served by two big train stations, one on the northern side of the Elbe, Dresden Neustadt easily accessible by tram or car, and one on the southern side of the Elbe, Dresden Hauptbahnhof (Main Railway Station) a short walking distance from most central attractions in Old Town.
Deutsche Bahn; operates regular train service between Dresden and nearby cities such as Meissen, Leipzig, Chemnitz and rest of Germany such as Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich as well as international cities such as Prague, Budapest Vienna and Zurich.
Dresden International Airport is approximately 9 km north of the city centre and can be reached by bus and tram. A taxi from the airport to the city centre takes between 15 and 30 minutes depending on the traffic. By car it is easily accessible from the A4, A13 and A17 as well as the B97 federal highway.
Flights leave to nearly all important German cities such as Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Munich, Cologne Bonn, and Stuttgart as well international destinations such as Moscow, Zurich, Basel and London.