Arrival & Parking

Parking in the Old Town

Parking spaces

Parking space "Sparkasse":
Approach via: Poststraße 1a

Parking space "Geschwister-Scholl-Straße":
Approach via: Geschwister-Scholl-Straße 1 (opposite)
Mon-Fri: 8am-6pm; Sat 8am-2pm; sundays and public holidays free of charge

Parking space "Halsbrücker Straße"
Approach via: Halsbrücker Straße --> Tuttendorfer Weg
Parking spaces are free of charge except for the rented spaces and can be used without a parking disc.

Parking spaces for the severely disabled

Parking garages

Parking garage Altstadt:
Approach via: Schillerstraße 4

Parking garage Tivoli:
Approach via: Beethovenstraße 15

How to get to Freiberg

Arrival by car

Autobahn from Frankfurt, Munich, Berlin, Dresden, Leipzig, Chemnitz:
Autobahn A4 - Exit Siebenlehn - B 101 direction Freiberg

Autobahn from Prag:
Autobahn A17 – Exit Kesselsdorf – B 173 direction Freiberg

Federal highway:

  • from Dresden: B 173 direction Freiberg
  • from Chemnitz: B 173 direction Freiberg
  • from Annaberg- Buchholz: B 101 direction Freiberg

Arrival by bike

Freiberg is also easy to reach by bike.

Suparegional cycle routes
Four supra-regional cycle routes intersect in the silver city. These are the Mittellandroute D4, the Saxon city route (Sächsische Städteroute (SSR)), the Muldental cycle path (Muldental-Radweg) and the cycle path along the Silver Road (Radweg an der Silberstraße).

Alternatively, the following route can be used from Dresden:
S 194 from Dresden-Plauen via Freital and cycle through the Tharandt Forest to Grillenburg. Via S 189 to Klingenberg and there change to the S 190 in the direction of Colmnitz and cycle via Hilbersdorf to Freiberg.

Distance: approx. 39 km
Duration: approx. 1 h 45 Minutes
Altitude: approx. 315 m

Elbe Cycle Route (Elberadweg) to Dresden (Schmilka):
Take advantage of the very well developed cycle paths on the Elbe Cycle Path from Cuxhaven via Hamburg, Magdeburg and Meissen to Dresden.

Arrive by train

Freiberg train station is located outside the city centre, which you can reach on foot in about 15 minutes. Cabs are also available at the station. After about 5 minutes walk in the direction of the city centre, you will find yourself at the bus station, the central stop for local transport.

Arrive by Deutsche Bahn (DB; German Railways) or  Mitteldeutsche Regiobahn (MRB)

  • from Southern and Western Germany via Chemnitz

  • from Northern and Eastern Germany via Dresden

Arrive by Intercity (Deutsche Bahn)

  • two direct trains daily  from Rostock/Warnemünde via Waren (Müritz), Neustrelitz, Oranienburg, Berlin, Airport Berlin BER-Terminal 1-2, Doberlug-Kirchhain, Elsterwerda and Dresden to Freiberg and Chemnitz

Arrive by Freiberger Eisenbahn

  • from Holzhau, Rechenberg-Bienenmühle, Mulda, Lichtenberg, etc.  (located south of Freiberg)

Arrive by Bus

REGIOBUS Mittelsachsen GmbH is integrated into the Central Saxony transport association (Verkehrsverbund Mittelsachsen). It offers convenient and inexpensive public transport connections between the city and the surrounding area.

Travel to Freiberg from Dresden or Annaberg-Buchholz by regional transport

  • Timetable Annaberg-Buchholz - Freiberg - Dresden

Travel to Dresden - long distance bus (e.g. from Darß, Rügen, Usedom, Berlin, Prag, Munich, Leipzig, Erfurt, Gera, Weimar, Karlsruhe, Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg)

Travel to Chemnitz - long distance bus (e.g. from Berlin, Bayreuth, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Eisenach, Erfurt, Gera, Weimar, Freiburg, Kassel)

Travel to Freiberg from Chemnitz or Dresden (train)

Travel to Chemnitz from the Ore Mountains