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In the driection of Dresden you then have a service area called "Muldental" since a lot of people turn of before Dresden so that you can use also the rather local traffic.
== Hitching In==
Hitchhiking into the city can be difficult, especially if traveling along the A14. If your driver doesn't mind driving a 5-6 km detour, you can get off at Leipzig-North. Don't get off at the on-ramp, there is no way to turn around for the driver. Otherwise, options are the airport where a train is going regularly into the city. If traveling the A9, you can best get off at Leipzig-West. After 2 minutes of driving there's a bridge and a traffic light where your driver can turn around. Info is not 100% varified, so take care.
== Overnight ==
There are several youth hostels in Leipzig. There is one about a mile out of the city. It's easily walkable, just head out left from the train station's main entrance, and follow the road round to the right. Keep walking past a head shop, and take a left, then a right on a street that runs parallel. Keep walking to the end of the road, then turn left over the bridge over the train tracks. After you've walked over the train tracks, there's an interesting little village made up of wendy houses. Walk through this, heading to the far corner. Turn right, and walk parallel with the train tracks. You should she an old pub in the middle of an HLM type housing estate. Make a note of it, because it does fantastic food. Carry on for about another 200 yards, then hang a left. The youth hostel is on the left, just on a small service road.
== Public transport - Riding with and without a ticket ==

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