Low-emission zone in Halle (Saale)

Halle is one of the few cities in eastern Germany with a low-emission zone. It was introduced on 1 January 2011. In this article we will tell you all you need to know about the low-emission zone of Halle. If you want to know which other German cities have a low-emission zone, please look at this list. On the main page of this website we explain more about the sticker itself as well as which vehicles qualify for an emissions sticker.

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Map of the low-emission zone in Halle

map: Umweltzone in Halle

On the map above you can see that the low-emission zone of Halle covers the city center as well as some residential areas. The B80, the Paracelsusstraße, the Freimfelder Straße and the river Saale roughly form the borders of the zone. An emissions sticker is not required in the suburbs of Halle that lie to the west, east and south of the city center.


In Halle there are no exceptions such as roads which you can use to drive through the low-emission zone without a sticker. Important to know is that on the roads that form the border of the zone, an emissions sticker is not required. This means that you can pass through Halle on the B80 or the Paracelsusstraße without the need for an emissions sticker. On most major intersections, the beginning of the low-emission zone is clearly indicated.

Parking outside the low-emission zone

If you only visit Halle to see the historical city center, you could park outside the low-emission zone and then continue using public transport. There is ample parking opportunity at Wohn-Centrum Lührmann (A on the map) from where you can take a tram or even walk to the center in under 10 minutes. The train station (B) is another possibility, but you may find it more difficult to find an empty parking sport there.

Which emissions sticker do you need in Halle?

The green emissions sticker

In Halle the green emissions sticker is required for cars and most other motorized vehicles. If your vehicle does not have this green sticker or if it has one of the older red or yellow stickers, you risk a fine of €100 plus administration costs.

Availability of the emissions sticker for Halle

A convenient way to obtain your emissions sticker is to buy it online, for which you can use our order form. If your vehicle is eligible (check here), your sticker will be sent by mail to your postal address within one working day. Together with your application, you can upload the required copy of your vehicle registration certificate.

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If you will leave soon and do not have time to wait for the postal service to deliver your sticker, another option is to buy the sticker in Germany. This is possible at most vehicle inspection companies such as DEKRA and TÜV and many large car dealerships. Do take a copy of your vehicle registration certificate with you. Contrary to popular belief, the emissions sticker cannot be bought at gas stations along the highway. Keep this in mind when you plan your trip.

What is there to see and do in Halle?


Halle, often called Halle (Saale) as to not confuse it with other cities called Halle, is the largest city in the German state of Sachsen-Anhalt. It has a well-preserved medieval city center with a few castles such as the Moritzburg and Burg Giebichenstein. Old towers, churches and beautiful houses are other examples of the medieval architecture of Halle. If you want to see something different, we recommend the Halloren Schokoladenfabrik. This is Germany’s oldest chocolate factory still in operation. Tasting the chocolate is of course possible if you visit the attached museum.

Order the German emissions sticker

Order your sticker

Order the official German emissions sticker, now for only €13,95 including VAT and delivery costs.

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