You can’t get more central: The ICE-City is situated right near Erfurt’s main train station, in a top inner-city location. The state capital, Erfurt, lies in the heart of Germany and Europe. Perfect transport infrastructure makes the ICE-City an ideal place for modern-day living and working.
Erfurt’s main train station provides perfect access to the high-speed German Rail services. Since December 2017, high-speed trains from the Berlin-Munich and Frankfurt-Dresden lines will be passing through here every hour. All areas of Thuringia will be optimally tied in with the ICE connections via express trains.
Local public transport
The train station’s proximity means excellent access to public transport. Tram and bus stops at the train station provide connections to the well developed municipal and regional networks. There are also plans for another tram line to run directly through the new district.
The ICE-City Erfurt is also easily accessed by car, with the A 4 (Frankfurt-Dresden) and A 71 (Sangerhausen-Schweinfurt) just 15 minutes away. All areas of Erfurt, as well as the regional and national road network, are also easily accessible via the Erfurt ring road.
It is a half-hour tram ride from Erfurt main train station to Erfurt-Weimar international airport, while the ICE provides access to the Leipzig-Halle intercontinental airport in central Germany. Europe’s second largest airport, Frankfurt, is two and a half hours away by direct ICE train. The same applies to Berlin airport.
Head of department
State Development Corporation of Thuringia
Mainzerhofstraße 12, 99084 Erfurt