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Leipziger Messe GmbH
Congress Center Leipzig (CCL)
Directly in front of the main train station, tram line 16 will take you to the Congress Center Leipzig in around 19 minutes. Travel time from the Augustusplatz is about 23 minutes – also with line 16. The trams run every 10 minutes and take you almost right up to the main entrance. This is a direct connection, which means you do not have to change trams. Travel towards the direction of "Messegelände" (final stop).
At Leipzig's main train station and at the City Tunnel stations of the rapid transit lines (S-Bahn Mitteldeutschland), travellers from can also access the routes S1, S2, S5 or S5X to the trade fair (station “Leipzig Messe”). Driving time from Leipzig's main train station: 6 minutes, from Leipzig's market place: 8 minutes. The distance between the train station “Leipzig Messe” and the exhibition grounds is approximately 750 metres. It is only a ten-minute walk to the West entrance (Glass Hall) or the Congress Center Leipzig. Or go another station with tram line 16, which stops directly at this station, to the final stop "Messegelände".
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The primary means of public transport is the tram. The Leipzig Transport Authority “LVB” operates trams and buses in Leipzig. Most lines run every 10 minutes during the day and at least hourly at night.
The tram network is structured like a star with a circle in the center. Tram lines generally lead from the outskirts into the city, which they half-circle on the ring, and continue to someplace else in the outskirts.
Plenty of taxis are available. They wait for customers in various designated locations around the city. You can also wave a taxi on the street if its sign is lit up. To order a taxi to your current location call +49 (0)341 4884.
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