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More than half of the total CO2 emissions during Melt arise through your travel to and from Ferropolis. If possible, resort to climate-neutral alternatives such as bus or train. In order to make your festival visit CO2-neutral, our voluntary environmental contribution – the Green Pass – is available in our ticket shop.


Ferropolisstraße 1

06773 Gräfenhainichen, Germany


Arriving by train is one of the smoothest ways to travel to Ferropolis. Trains by Deutsche Bahn arrive into Gräfenhainichen, Dessau or Wittenberg from locations around Germany and we have shuttles waiting for you to take you to Ferropolis by day.


For a relaxed trip to Ferropolis, our coach partners are offering return coach tickets to Ferropolis from multiple locations across Germany and the whole of Europe, which also drops off and picks up in the heart of the festival.

More information, departure times and tickets can be found via Bus Trips or right here.


– Highway A9 exit Dessau Ost

– B 185 (L131) towards Oranienbaum

– In Oranienbaum turn right B107 direction Gräfenhainichen

– Between Jüdenberg and Gräfenhainichen turn left to Ferropolis (Ferropolis is signposted from the motorway exit)

Please note: If you‘re arriving by car you need a separate Parking ticket. If you want to stay in or right next to your car, feel free to get yourself a Car-Camping, Caravan-Camping or VIP ticket.


If you arrive by plane, we recommend you to fly to the Berlin airports Tegel or Schönefeld, which are also served by various low-cost carriers.

Berlin Tegel: From Tegel use the bus connection ‘TXL’ to Berlin main station. Change-over to regional express train ‘RE 7’ of Deutsche Bahn to Dessau where we have shuttles waiting for you to take you to Ferropolis.

Berlin Schönefeld: From the S-Bahn station Schönefeld, the regional express ‘RE 7’ travels directly to Dessau, from where the festival shuttles take you to Ferropolis.

Depending on where you live, it might be better to book a flight to Leipzig/Halle airport and take the train to Dessau or Gräfenhainichen from there.