Getting to Lüneburg Heath

Auto, Bahn, Flug, oder Bus

    Lüneburg Heath is very centrally located in northern Germany, between the cities of Hamburg, Bremen, and Hanover.

    Therefore, the journey to Lüneburg Heath is very easy and fast. Whether by car, train, bus, or plane.



    By car:

    from the west: via the A2 and A7, travel time from Dortmund approx. 2.5 hours, from Cologne approx. 3 hours, from Frankfurt approx. 3.5 hours
    from the east: via the A2 and A7, travel time from Berlin approx. 2.5 hours
    from the north: via the A7 via Hamburg, travel time from Hamburg approx. 25 min
    rom the south: via the A7 via Hanover, travel time from Hanover approx. 20 min




    By train:

    The hubs of Hamburg and Hanover are connected by ICE. The cities of Lüneburg, Celle and Uelzen are also ICE train stations. The travel time from Berlin to Lüneburg is about 2 hour and 40 minutes.

     

    Note: Regional Express for a special price from Berlin to Lüneburg. From 29 EUR return. Please inquire at Deutsche Bahn (DB).


    In addition, there are good connections with the metronome train to Lüneburg Heath from Hamburg, Göttingen, and Hanover - every hour from Hamburg. Metronom stations in Lüneburg Heath are at Winsen/Luhe, Lüneburg, Bienenbüttel, Bad Bevensen, Uelzen, Suderburg, Unterlüß, Eschede, and Celle.


    The Heidebahn (DB) goes from Hanover to Schwarmstedt, Walsrode, Schneverdingen, and Soltau. From Hamburg to Buchholz or Handeloh.

    Further information is available from DB.


    The Heidesprinter erixx train connects Uelzen (via Ebstorf and Munster) to Soltau on the east-west axis.





    By coach:

    Mein Fernbus/Flixbus (Soltau, Celle ZOB (central bus station), Bergen)

    Bus stop in Soltau, Autohof Soltau Süd, Heide Park Soltau, Designer Outlet Soltau.

    Bus stop in Celle at ZOB (central bus station). Bus stop in Bergen/Südheide.

    Direct routes: from Berlin via Magdeburg, Braunschweig. From Hamburg. From Hannover and Hameln.

    Other connections with changes in Hanover or Hamburg.




    ADAC Postbus (Soltau)

    In Soltau at the Designer Outlet on the A7, the ADAC POSTBUS stops on its route from Stuttgart-Karlsruhe-Mannheim-Frankfurt-Kassel-Göttingen-Hannover-Soltau.


    Please ask your host, so you can definitely be picked up in Soltau.




    Berlin Linien Bus (Bispingen)

    Bus stop at the Snow Dome in Bispingen with connections to Frankfurt (Main), Hannover, Göttingen, Kassel, Hamburg.





    By plane:

    Lüneburg Heath is served by three international airports. Hanover is to the south, Hamburg to the north and Bremen to the west. From all airports you need about 1 hour to the Heath. Transfers are available at each airport; you can find them on the airport websites.


    International and national flights are available with Lufthansa, Air Berlin, Ryanair, or TUIfly. Car rental companies are available at all airports.


    A Golf category rental car costs between 80 and 100 EUR for 3 days.