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== Hitching In ==
* Hitchhiking into the city can be difficult, especially if traveling along When coming through the {{Ade|14}}. If your driver doesn't mind driving a 10 km detour, you can get off at Leipzig-Nord. Don't get off at the on-ramp, there is no way to turn around for the driver. * Actually it is fairly easy to get off at Leipzig Nord-Ost or Leipzig-Ost, where you have possibilities for the driver to turn around and the tram is within 1 km reach. If coming from south-east, lot of drivers go in via {{Ade|38}}. In both cases you can use the directions given in the two optionjs for getting onto {{Ade|14}} direction Dresden.
* Otherwise, options are the airport where a train is going regularly into the city.
* If traveling the {{Ade|9}}, you can best get off at Leipzig-West. The driver can go off to "Einkaufszentrum", then let you out at Nova Eventis. There you can easily get a car to the center just hitchhike anywhere near the exit for Leipzig at the parking with a sign "LE".
:Hitchhiker [[User:Halt, Stop! Reudnitz kommt.|Craig]] would rather recommend to ask drivers going off to ''Leipzig''. The road directions are not separated on that side anymore and there is a perfect spot (bus stop) for hitching into the city plus drivers can easily make u-turn going back to the highway.You could [[Korn|Korn]] mentiones, that you can catch a ride from here even in the night pretty easy. If you get off earlier and don´t want to walk that far, there is also take a '''huge keeping area''' on the Bus 131right side, but why should after you?left the highway and underpass the bridge. It is also the first possible point for cars to make a u-turn and get back on the highway.
== Overnight ==

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