Görlitz is a popular tourist destination and, as such, has a good range of accommodation for the visitor.
Many of the hotels are located in the old town and the area down towards the river and the Polish border, although a few are situated in the area closer to the train station.
The hotels chosen include those from the four and three star superior categories and some of them have online booking facilities through our travel fulfilment partner Booking.com. You can check availability at those particular hotels by clicking on the button under the hotel.
If you know when you are planning to go but haven't decided on accommodation, then use the map below to get an idea of which properties are available and to compare prices during the period you wish to travel.
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(Please note that this selection will also include some guesthouses, pensions and self-catering apartments for those who are interested in that form of accommodation!)
Unusually for German towns, two airports in neighbouring countries feature high up the list for options for those seeking nearby flights.
Distance to Dresden Airport: 103km
Distance to Copernicus (Wroclaw) Airport: 173km
Distance to Vaclev Havel (Prague) Airport: 179km
Distance to Berlin Schönefeld Airport: 195km
Distance to Berlin Tegel Airport: 225km
Distance to Leipzig/Halle Airport: 226km
The airport in Dresden is still the closest and most convenient if suitable flights are available. The airport at Wroclaw in Poland is a hub for low-cost airlines, while Vaclev Havel airport near Prague has a range of flights suiting the capital of the Czech Republic.
Alternatively, either of the airports at Berlin may provide appropriate options from their wide range of destinations.
The Görlitz train station is around a 10 minute walk from the old town (slightly longer down to the river). It is at the end of a regional line from Dresden and the services are operated by a private company Trilex (who offer cheaper day tickets than the more common Sachsen Ticket if travelling on this route).
There are also regular services from Berlin via Cottbus and a train runs between Dresden and Wroclaw (Breslau in German) in Poland three times a day.