The Leipzig-Halle airport is situated half way between the two cities and is connected by means of the A9/A14 motorways. In addition to this the Flughafen-Express (Airport Express) sets off at 30 minute intervals from the airport to both Halle (Saale) and Leipzig.
Other airports - a bit further away - are
The main railway station in Halle (Saale) is centrally located. Directly next to the station is the Riebeckplatz, the New Federal State’s most busy traffic junction and also the largest urban roundabout in Germany. This is where a number of trunk roads and tramlines meet thus providing numerous possibilities of travelling to other parts of the town.
Halle is surrounded by four motorways, which are part of the “Central German Loop”.
Visas are not required for citizens of the European Union. For non-EU citizens more information can be obtained from the German Embassy or Consulate in your country. More information can also be found at the site of the Federal Foreign Office .
If you need a visa, a personal invitation letter may be necessary. You can ask for help by requesting an invitation letter from the National Organising Committee. Please note that we can only process requests from registered senders. Hence, please make sure you register closed and tranfer your registration fee before requesting the invitation letter. Thank you for your consideration.