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Halle (Saale)

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=== North towards [[Magdeburg]] ===
In general, hitching from Halle The easiest way to get to Magdeburg (but also further on in / direction of Hannover) Magdeburg is option 1. I never wait longer than 20 minutes. On weekdays there is a nightmare. Drivers can go via the exits ''Trotha''lot of traffic until 9 am, ''Tornau'' or the Bundestraße B100. In the afternoon or morning after that until 2 pm it could be easier is hard to catch get a ride, since quite . After 2pm you can get again easy a few people commute between Halle and Magdeburglift.
Drivers can go via the exits ''Trotha'', ''Tornau'' or the Bundestraße B100.  ''Option 1'': Take tram #3, #8 or #12 to the last stop ''Trotha''. Go back to the traffic light where the tram turned and walk 500m along Trothaer Straße (later Magdeburger Chaussee) until you reach an Aral station. Try hitching at the station or stand by the road. After the Aral station there is a shoulder, but it which is not tarmaced and not really but still good to stop. Further up the road there might be Try to get a better spot. In lift on the last village ''Beidersee'' there is a bus stop just 750m before the on-ramp where people can easily stopAutobahn, as cars further up drive pretty fast. The service station ''Plötzetal'' is very close from here , it is after the next exit ''Löbejün''. If your driver goes to Könnern ask them to go via the highway and drop you at the service station.
''Option 2:''Take the tram #1 to the last stop ''Frohe Zukunft'' and hitch directly at the road with a sign. Especially locals will avoid the longer route via the B100 and drive this way towards the on-ramp ''Tornau'', but also some navigation systems lead you this way. You can accept a lift to the on-ramp, although there is no shoulder to stop.
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