Technische Universität Dresden
Suitable arrival by public transport:
bus station: Dresden Technische Universität (Fritz-Förster-Platz) by line 66 and 360
tram station: Nürnberger Platz by tram line 3 or 8
Dresden is located on the border between East and West, just in the middle of the European Union. So especially for visitors from Eastern Europe the city can easily be reached. Dresden is well connected through planes, trains and roads.
Dresden is an important railway junction within the ICE and EC/IC networks of the German Railways (DB). Several services daily to all major German cities. All EC/IC/ICE trains stop at the Dresden central railway station and in Dresden-Neustadt. Direct international connections include services to Aarhus, Budapest, Bratislava, Prague, Vienna and Zurich.
|Route planning by DB Bahn|
Dresden is easy to reach via the famous German “Autobahn”, too. Travelling by car or bus to Dresden visitors can use several motorways, i.e. from Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg or Berlin. The new motorway to Prague is nearly completed.
|Route planning by Google Maps|
|The quickest way to get to the capital city of Saxony from many different places is by air. There are excellent non-stop flights between Dresden and airports in Germany (Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Munich, Cologne Bonn, Stuttgart, Hamburg), Switzerland (Basel, Zurich), the UK (London Heathrow) and Russia (Moscow Sheremetyevo). Dresden is accessible from all four corners of the world via the main hub airports.
There is a direct train line (S2) between airport to Dresden main station.
|Route planning by Dresden International Airport|
Within Dresden a modern and efficient public transportation system with trams and busses is available. From the new airport guests can take the train connecting the airport with the city centre. From the new airport guests can take the train connecting the airport with the city centre.
|Public transport - DVB|