The quickest way to get to the capital city of Saxony from many different places, whether for business or pleasure, is by plane. There are excellent non-stop flights between Dresden and airports in Germany, Switzerland, the UK and Russia. Dresden is accessible from all four corners of the world via the main hub airports. Dresden Airport is approximately 9 km north of the city centre.
Dresden is an important railway junction and an integral part of the ICE and EC / IC networks. There are several services daily to all major German cities. Direct international connections include services to Aarhus, Budapest, Bratislava, Prague, Vienna and Zurich. We recommend using the tram line 10 (tram station: MESSE DRESDEN – HALLE 1).
Dresden can be reached directly on three motorways. The A 4 approaches the city from the West (Cologne-Eisenach-Chemnitz), and the A 13 from the North (Rostock-Berlin). The A 17 links the Saxon capital with Prague.
You can also travel to Dresden by using long-distance bus lines like »Flixbus«. More information can be found at www.flixbus.de/bus-nach-dresden