€ 76 p.p.

Discover vibrant Leipzig! โœจ

2 months ago

Return trip to Leipzig from Amsterdam Centraal for only 76 euros! Enjoy the lively atmosphere and cultural highlights of this German city.

About the journey

This 8-day train journey to Leipzig offers the perfect opportunity to explore this fascinating city. You depart from Amsterdam Centraal on July 25th at 06:49 AM and arrive in Leipzig at 15:10 PM for only 38 euros. On August 2nd, you depart from Leipzig at 13:42 PM and arrive back in Amsterdam at 23:10 PM, also for only 38 euros. You'll have plenty of time to discover all the sights of Leipzig, such as the beautiful historic center, the famous Thomaskirche, and the impressive Vรถlkerschlachtdenkmal. Book your trip now and get to know vibrant Leipzig!

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Depart fromAmsterdam Centraal
Outward journeyTuesday 25 july at 06:49.
Arrive at 15:10.
Book for € 38 at NS International
Depart fromLeipzig
Return journeyWednesday 2 august at 13:42.
Arrive at 23:10.
Book for € 38 at NS International

Notice: This deal is published 2 months ago. It may be that prices have changed in the meantime. Do you want to depart from a different station in the Netherlands? Often the price difference is very limited and you can book for a comparable price from any station in the Netherlands (provided you can make the connection). You can easily change your departure location on the provider's site.

About the destination

Leipzig, located in eastern Germany, is known for its rich history, beautiful architecture, and vibrant cultural scene. The city is a vibrant mix of classical and modern art, with numerous museums, theaters, and music venues. Leipzig also has a lively nightlife, with cozy bars and clubs. During the summer months, you can relax in the parks and enjoy the many festivals and events that take place.

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