Exclusives double rooms with superiour furnishings and private bathrooms. With Tram you need only 12 minutes to Leipzig's central railway station.
Breakfast on request 5 € / day / person.
The combination of historical and economic development, not to mention the numerous cultural highlights make Leipzig one of the most popular and beautiful cities in Germany. The charm of this city is reflected through the richly decorated façades of the 19th century Kaiser Wilhelm period. You will find plenty to accommodate music fans in the ‘Musikviertel’ or the music quarter, that perfectly blends architecture with cultural interest.
Just a short distance from the ‘Musikerviertel’ you will find the largest alluvial forest in Europe, a must-see for those who love to get out into the country. Looking for more? That’s ok, because you will find more than 40 exotic animal species in the theme parks Africa, Asia and South America, Pogoland and Gondwanaland in Leipzig Zoo.
Not far from the Zoo you will find the greatest terminal train station in Europe, ‘Leipzig Hauptbahnhof’ or Leipzig Central Station. In addition to its stunning architecture and 298m long façade, it is now home to a large shopping arcade. From this important point you can quickly and easily reach the Convention Centre. The Convention Centre plays a particularly important role for the city. A large new site was allocated for Convention Centre purposes to the north of the city, on the grounds of the old airport.
One of the largest memorials in Europe, the ‘Völkerschlachtdenkmal’, is situated southeast of Leipzig’s inner city. It was built in 1913 and commemorates the Battle of Nations, which took place at the gates of Leipzig. Other than the Second World War this was the largest battle that took place in Leipzigs’ history, which resulted in Napoleon’s defeat. The Monument, with its distinctive silhouette has long been a symbol of the city.
The people of Leipzig have played an important role in Germanys’ turbulent history, from the crucial Monday demonstrations that led to the fall of the Berlin Wall. The movement took place in the centre of Leipzig, at the square in front of the ‘Nikolaikirche’. After Re-unification many artists could once again inhabit the old Cotton Mill or the ‘Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei’. The amount of colour and number of exhibitions at this particularly unique location are not to be missed.