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Getting There - Dresden Germany

By road ------ The motorway A13 connects Dresden and Berlin. From Grlitz in the East, from Leipzig, Bavaria or Hessen in the West and South, you can reach Dresden via the motorway A4. A further motorway to Prague is currently under construction. The existing motorways skirt Dresden on its western fringe. Four junctions provide access to the City. Dresden can also be reached on the trunk roads B6, B97, B170, B172 and B173. In view of the quarter of a million motor vehicles registered in the City, it is recommended that day visitors leave their cars on the edges of the City and travel into the centre by bus, suburban train or tram. By air ---- The Dresden Airport is situated in the north of the City in the district of Klotzsche. The City centre, which is 9 km from the airport, is served by regular bus services. Three terminals (two passenger terminals and one freight terminal), approx. 2,300 parking spaces are part of the airport and is equipped for level IIIb all-weather operation. In the 1998 summer timetable 31 airlines operated directly to 50 destinations from Dresden, 12 of them in Germany. In the winter timetable 1998/99, 21 airlines operated directly to 36 destinations. By rail ---- As part of the main Deutsche Bahn network, there are daily connections to all major German and European cities. A regional network of services (S-Bahn) also connects Dresden with important communities throughout the upper Elbe valley.

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