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Although it is named after the city, Leipzig Halle Airport (LEJ) is about 18kms from the city centre and it will take about 45 minutes to get there by road. This is the chief gateway to the federal state of Saxony and many visitors use Leipzig as a base for touring the region. With an excellent road network, most find this best with cheap car hire at Leipzig Airport Lei.
Several million passengers use Leipzig Airport every year, making the three terminal buildings busy. Most international and domestic flights operate from the Central Terminal, where you will find up to 35 check-in desks in operation and Terminal B, where there are many quick check-in desks.
There is a wide variety of bars, restaurants and shops located in each of the terminal buildings but the best shopping facilities are situated in Terminal B. The opening hours of the food outlets tends to correspond with flight schedules so passengers are generally well catered for whichever terminal they are flying from.
The terminals are well laid out and have been made accessible for all passengers. Amenities are spread throughout the airport and include banking facilities, ATMs, telephones and internet access. There is also an information desk that is open 24 hours a day and car rental at Leipzig Airport Lei is available.
Leipzig is home to many places of interest for visitors. The zoo and the Botanical Gardens are favourites with many tourists, while others come to marvel at the impressive architecture. The city centre has some magnificent buildings like the old City Hall where, in the square adjacent, Leipzig holds its Christmas Market from mid-December.
Although Leipzig is often the first stop for visitors, there are other destinations within reach by using car hire at Leipzig Airport Lei. From here, there is a link with the Berlin to Munich motorway the A9 and one to the A14 that runs between Magdeburg and Dresden. You can also reach either north or east Germany from the A14 via the A2.