Book flights from Salzburg to Leipzig
Flying from Salzburg
Flights from Salzburg with airberlin operate from Salzburg Airport W. A. Mozart (SZG), Austria's second largest international airport. The facility is located about 5 kilometers southwest of the city center, making Salzburg very accessible to the rest of the world.
Salzburg Airport W. A. Mozart Information
15 airlines operate from Salzburg Airport W. A. Mozart, the largest of which is airberlin. Since recently opening Amadeus Terminal 2, the airport has been able to boost its service with flights to over 30 countries around the globe, serving more than 2 million passengers annually. Salzburg Airport W. A. Mozart is located near the towns of Freilassing and Teisendorf, giving passengers direct access to Bavarian culture found in southern Germany.
Getting to the Airport in Salzburg
A bus to Salzburg Airport W. A. Mozart can be found by taking number 2, number 27, and number 10 lines, with a 10- to 40-minute journey from the city center or main railway station. A train to Salzburg Airport W. A. Mozart can be caught from the city's main station; the ride takes 15 to 20 minutes. Or take a taxi to Salzburg Airport W. A. Mozart; the 10-minute journey is the fastest way to reach the airport.
Arriving in Leipzig
The bustling city of Leipzig will make you want to shop till you drop, as buying and spending are built right into its DNA. Travel to Leipzig, with its blend of olde-worlde charm in the many markets and exhibition halls, and modern charm of sleek shopping malls, offering flexibility in your shopping experiences. By booking your flights to Leipzig with airberlin, getting there could not be simpler.
First Time in Leipzig
The 16th-century Old Town Hall with its Baroque clock tower is a must for any Leipzig first-timer. Now home to the Museum of City History, this Renaissance-style building houses fine medieval religious works. Tickets to Leipzig’s Old Town Hall are a modest price.
If festivals are your thing, visit during one of Leipzig’s annual jams such as the Bach Festival, in late May or early June, or the Leipziger Buchmesse (Leipzig Book Fair) in late March.
Making the Most of Your Leipzig Holiday
Due to the fair weather, spring and summer are the most comfortable times to visit Leipzig. There might be better flight deals to Leipzig during the winter months, which also may be a good time for cheap hotels in Leipzig. Expect affordable fares and convenient features like Quick Check-In with airberlin.