· Arrival

How to reach Leipzig

Germany and Leipzig are in the centre of Europe, with excellent national and international transport links and outstanding infrastructure.
The compact and efficient infrastructure allows participants and visitors from all over the world fast and convenient access to the congress venue.

By train

There are hourly connections from Leipzig to all major German cities. From the main station, the congress venue can be easily reached by S-Bahn or tram.
See for more information Deutsche Bahn, MDV.

By car

Leipziger Messe can be reached via the A9, A14 and A38 motorways. You will see signs on the motorways indicating the exit for Leipziger Messe / CCL. It only takes ten minutes from the congress venue to the city centre on the B2.

By plane

Using the S-Bahn metro train, it takes only about 10 to 15 minutes from  Leipzig/Halle Airport to Congress Center Leipzig by motorway. And eight minutes by S-Bahn (S 5), running every half hour.

You can also travel to Leipzig via Berlin BER airport. There is a direct ICE train from Berlin Central Station to Leipzig that takes 1 hour and 15 minutes, and from Berlin Südkreuz in 1 hour and 5 minutes. It takes just under 2 hours by car from Berlin airport to Congress Center Leipzig (CCL).

Getting around in Leipzig

Leipzig is a city of short distances; it is easy to get around. The CCL venue is 15 – 20 minutes away from the city centre of Leipzig where most of the hotels are located. Leipzig features an excellent and perfectly reliable public transport network.