Getting Here

Centrally located in Taucha, you can easily reach the Ancient Trance festival by train, tram, and bicycle.

Taucha is conveniently located directly on the northeastern edge of Leipzig and is easily accessible from (almost) any direction using all means of transportation.

For the environment's sake, we encourage you to travel by public transportation, bicycle, or carpool.

By Train, Tram & Bike from Leipzig to Taucha

Deutsche Bahn

Take S4 to Taucha (Leipzig), heading towards Torgau/Hoyerswerda, departing every 30 minutes from Leipzig Hbf (hourly on Saturday and Sunday, heading towards Eilenburg) - approximately 10 minutes' walk from the train station to the park (For Google Maps: "Taucha, Leipziger Straße). Free bicycle transport is possible if there is space on the train.

LVB / Tram:

Line 3 with destination "Taucha" to the end stop "Taucha, An Der Bürgerruhe," then follow the signs - about 7 minutes' walk to the venue (For Google Maps: "Taucha, Leipziger Straße").

Note: Line 3 with destination "Sommerfeld" turns shortly before Taucha and does not go to the festival.

By Bicycle

There is a beautiful bike path along the Parthe River leading directly to Taucha - approximately one hour of cycling from Leipzig.

 Show Bike Path on Map


You can use this Telegram group link:

By Car

Quickly arrive via A14, Exit 26, Leipzig-Ost

Preferably take Exit Leipzig-Ost instead of Exit Leipzig Nordost, as you'll avoid traffic lights, trucks, and rush hour!
Don't trust your navigation system if it directs you via B87 through Leipzig-Nordost/Taucha. Traffic congestion is likely.

The most relaxed route to reach us is as follows:

Exit A14, Exit 26, turn left towards Borsdorf at the first traffic light (Panitzsch, Taucha), continue straight ahead – and you'll drive straight towards the camps!

By Plane

For the jet-setting hippies: Leipzig/Halle Airport is 20 minutes' drive from Taucha and has a train station for long-distance and regional trains directly in the terminal, providing quick access to Leipzig Hauptbahnhof (main train station). From there, take S-Bahn and tram to reach us.

To All Day Visitors

Please use public transportation, as parking spaces are limited.

If you do arrive by car, please park in the designated parking areas at the so-called KoLa-Dreieck. These are free of charge.

Click here for the precise location.