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Places of interest

  • Monument to the Battle of the Nations
  • St. Thomas Church
  • Imperial Court of Justice
  • Leipzig Opera
  • Coffeebaum Restaurant

More info about your Leipzig city trip

  • Leipzig Tourist Information
  • Richard-Wagner-Str. 1
  • 04109 Leipzig
  • Tel. (+49) 341 71 04 26 0

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1. London-Leipzig
26/01 - 31/01/2017 London-Leipzig Austrian Airlines
2. Edinburgh-Leipzig
22/08 - 27/08/2017 Edinburgh-Leipzig Swiss International Air Lines
3. Manchester-Leipzig
18/12 - 11/01/2017 Manchester-Leipzig Air Berlin
4. Aberdeen-Leipzig
17/12 - 13/01/2017 Aberdeen-Leipzig Swiss International Air Lines
5. Belfast-Leipzig
18/12 - 06/02/2017 Belfast-Leipzig Multiple Carriers
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6. Bradford-Leipzig
15/12 - 31/01/2017 Bradford-Leipzig Multiple Carriers
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08/12 - 05/01/2017 Carlisle-Leipzig Multiple Carriers
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Saxony's climate is mild and cool, and Leipzig is no exception. Summer highs can sometimes exceed 30 degrees, but the low twenties are more common. July and August are the warmest months, but September and October are the driest, ideal visiting times for tourists who don't mind a little chill in the air, with highs in the mid-teens. Summers in the city can be surprisingly wet; an average June has around nine rainy days.


The city centre area is the major shopping district in Leipzig, with both large chains and small local shops. The Paunsdorf Centre is a large shopping centre, and a wide variety of shops are contained within the new shopping centre attached to the train station, the Hauptbahnhof. In the winter, the city is home to a large Christmas market, which combines food, drink shopping and carnival entertainment. The Westpaket flea market, held four times a year, showcases both antiques and local handmade crafts.


Leipzig has some distinctive dishes, notably various types of pastries. Lerchen, a type of sweet bun, are a local delicacy. Many restaurants serve traditional Saxon cuisine, but a wide range of other options exist, from modern European meals to Indian and Asian dishes. The region is also known for its beer, and many historic bars exist. One of the most famous is Auerbach's Keller, which has existed since the 16th century. The poet and playwright Goethe drank in this tavern, and part of his play, Faust, is set there.


Like all university cities, Leipzig has a thriving young nightlife. Major student venues include the huge Tanzpalast and the underground Mortizbastei, a student and youth club located in the city's historic fortifications. The Drallewatsch area, the name of which originates from a Saxon word meaning 'to enjoy oneself', is the heart of the city's nightlife, with dozens of pubs and clubs. Among the most unusual events in the city's nightlife are the occasional Bimbo Town events, which combine parties with robot art installations.

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