Leipzig Region

MDV - middle German regional railway
We at Mitteldeutsche Regiobahn provide railway service across Saxony. Operating a total of five lines, we connect the regional cities of Dresden, Chemnitz, Zwickau, Hof, Elsterwerda, Leipzig and Döbeln. We would be pleased to show you some of the many highlights along the Steam Railway Route. Among them is the Saxon railway museum in Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf. It is the largest steam locomotive depot in Europe still functional. Once you have arrived at the Freital Hainsberg train station, you may directly change to the Weisseritztalbahn railway, running daily full steam ahead to the Eastern Ore Mountains. Our RE 3 train takes you on the Dresden – Chemnitz – Hof route via the legendary Göltzsch Viaduct to Plauen, where you can visit the Syratal park railway. A must-see in Leipzig is Europe’s biggest terminal station, and the Leipzig railway museum is also worth visiting.
Whatever your destination, we can take you there safely and on time, always committed to make our customers happy. Therefore, in each of our trains, a conductor will take care of your concerns and assist you in buying tickets, finding connections or getting on and off the train.



Mitteldeutscher Verkehrsverbund GmbH (MDV)
Prager Straße 8
04103 Leipzig

Tel.: 0341 91353591
Fax: 0341 8684399