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Discover Leipzig city
Leipzig is a true witness to days gone by, which is why the cityscape is shaped by many impressive buildings, exhibitions, happenings and the leipzig Fair (Leipziger Messe). The most well-known events are the Leipzig Book Fair and the city’s breathtaking Christmas market. But the opera house, the Nikolaikirche and the town hall are also very popular destinations. The amusement park Belantis speaks directly into the heart of children, and in one of Germany’s oldest Zoos, you can marvel at a multitude of exotic animals. The new train station serves simultaneously as a 30,000 square metre shopping paradise and also the city centre offers countless excellent shopping destinations. Leipzig has countless bars, restaurants and cafés where visitors can enjoy local delicacies. The best months to travel to Leipzig are between May and August, a time when the city hosts one event after the other.
Culture in Leipzig
Leipzig is known for its Gewandhaus with the famous Gewandhaus Orchestra. Concert and opera fans will certainly get their money's worth here. The Thomanerchor is one of Leipzig's cultural heritages and visitors should not miss the experience of listening to this choir in the Thomaskirche. But also cabaret fans are served well in Leipzig and can enjoy a good laugh, for example at the weekly entertainments in the Pfeffermühle or the Academixer. Culturally interested visitors will also be interested in visiting the German public library, the Natural History Museum or the Battle of the Nations Memorial.
Places of interest in Leipzig
If you arrive in Leipzig by train, you will disembark in the biggest terminal station in Europe. This building is one of the biggest attractions in Leipzig. Other interesting destinations include the Leipzig market place with its historic town hall and, not far from there, the beautiful Mädlerpassage. An extensive restoration has brought out all the beauty and splendour of this alley, making it the perfect place to shop, stroll around or just enjoy the atmosphere. Visitors should not miss the culinary delights offered in Auerbach's Cellar. In the outskirts of Leipzig, visitors can view the Battle of the Nations Memorial - a silent witness from days gone by.
Restaurants in Leipzig
As a fair, music and books city, Leipzig offers countless restaurants and bars in an around its city centre. Visitors can enjoy both local and international delicacies. And the choice is broad: from the noble haute cuisine restaurants to old, rustic, local taverns. During summer, many of these restaurants offer you the possibility to sit outside and enjoy the sun with a latte macchiato. Then there are an increasing number of beer gardens being established in the city, and these are gaining in popularity from locals and tourists alike.
Shopping in Leipzig
Shopping in Leipzig is a true delight. The city centre of Leipzig offers everything a shopper's heart could wish for: large department stores and countless small boutiques in cozy little alleys. The recently renovated main train station in Leipzig is a real highlight - besides departing and arriving, you can shop to your heart's content. Then there are also huge, modern shopping malls located in the outskirts of Leipzig, which are easily reached with public transport.
Nightlife in Leipzig
Leipzig's nightlife is a real insider's tip and those in the know come from far off to enjoy it. The city has a huge range of entertainment options including countless clubs and discos, pubs and sports bars, cinemas, student events and much, much more. The Leipzig arena and other open-air locations regularly host huge concerts. The city offers something for every taste - and its public transport will safely bring home even the last night owl.