Arrival by tram
Tram nos. 4, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 15 and 16
Tram stop: Augustusplatz
By Foot from The Station
Five minutes’ walk from the train station
When you arrive at the main station (Leipzig Hauptbahnhof), leave the building through the Osthalle exit, cross at the lights and walk straight up Goethestrasse. It is only about five minutes’ walk to the opera house.
Musikalische Komödie at the Westbad - Season 19/20
Arrival by tram // by bus
Tram nos. 7, 8, 15 // Bus no. 74
Tram stop: Lindenauer Markt
By Foot from The Station
Five minutes’ walk from the tram stop
Ticket as travel ticket
Your admission tickets and seat reservations are valid both three hours before and three hours after the performance on all forms of public transport (buses, trams, suburban trains (S-Bahn) and local trains) of the Central German Transport Association (MDV) in zone 110 which covers the urban area of Leipzig.
Underground car park at Augustusplatz
Dear visitors of the Oper Leipzig,
despite elaborate and thorough discussions with the operator of the public underground parking garage Augustusplatz, Q-Park, we were unable to come to a mutual agreement and find a suitable solution for visitors to receive a discounted parking ticket.
Therefore, our current offer ends on July 31st, 2019 and regular parking fees apply starting August 1st, 2019, even on days of our events. Further information can be found on www.q-park.de.
The option of using public transportation before and after events of the Oper Leipzig will remain available to our guests.
Parking at the Westbad (Musikalische Komödie)
Please note, there are limited parking options around Lindenauer Markt. We suggest arriving via public transportation or by using Park & Ride parking. Please plan your arrival time accordingly.
In the Opera House and in the Musical Comedy Theatre we provide booster seats for children at every performance. We would also be happy to book a taxi for you at the end of the performance. Please speak to our front of house staff.
Oper Leipzig in the Expedia Online Travelguide
In the Expedia Online Travelguide you'll find important information around your visit to Leipzig.
Environmental Zone Leipzig
Tips for visitors travelling to Leipzig by car: since March 1st 2011, Leipzig’s inner city has been a low emission zone only accessible to vehicles displaying a green sticker. The start of the low emission zone is clearly signposted. Please use the Park & Ride car parks outside the low emission zone. The opera ticket is also valid as a ticket for the Leipzig Transport Company (LVB) in zone 110. Your admission tickets and seat reservations are valid both three hours before and three hours after the performance on all forms of public transport (buses, trams, suburban trains (S-Bahn) and local trains).