A9, take the Naumburg exit, then continue on B180
A4, take the Apolda exit, then continue on B87
B87 from Leipzig/Weißenfels
B88 from Jena
B180 from Eisleben/Querfurt or Altenburg/Zeitz
“Unter dem Dom” pay and display visitor car park
Bus (single line) | Freyburger Straße
Oberlandesgericht Sachsen-Anhalt: pay and display car park | Georgenstraße
Postring car park: pay and display
Citykaufhaus multi-storey car park: pay and display | Neustraße
Altstadt car park, Vogelwiese: pay and display (cars and camper vans) | free for buses | Luisenstraße
Probably the most impressive journey you will experience by bike. Naumburg is located on one of the most beautiful routes for cyclists in Germany, the Saale Cycle Path. It stretches 403 km from the spring of the Saale in the Fichtelgebirge mountains to the mouth of the Saale near Barby. Along forests and meadows, castles, monasteries and vineyards, you will experience the most romantic side of central Germany.
Directly below the Naumburg Cathedral you can park your bicycle on the bicycle parking area.
Naumburg can be reached using regional services from Erfurt, Gera, Halle (Saale), Jena and Leipzig. The local train, bus and tram network offers efficient and comfortable transport within the Saale-Unstrut region. A taxi rank is located directly outside the Hauptbahnhof (main railway station) Naumburg Cathedral can be reached on foot in around 15 to 20 minutes.
We would also recommend travelling to the cathedral on one of Naumburg’s historic trams. From the main station, take the tram as far as Jägerplatz then take the short walk to the cathedral through the narrow streets of the old town or travel as far as Curt-Becker-Platz if you have time and wander along Jakobstraße, through the market and up Herrenstraße before reaching the cathedral along Steinweg.