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For business travelers or sightseeing in Leipzig
Whether it's the Book Fair, Nexus, Partner Pferd or a medical congress - Leipzig's trade fair and conference calendar is well filled throughout the year. Large companies are located here as well as internationally renowned scientific institutes. For city travelers and culture lovers, Leipzig has an equally diverse program and attractive sights to offer.
Discover the lively city center with its highlights from the world of music, such as St. Thomas Church, the place where Johann Sebastian Bach worked, the Bach Museum or the Gewandhaus zu Leipzig. The Nikolaikirche and the Forum of Contemporary History are reminders of the events of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. When shopping in the city, you should not miss the historic trade fair courtyards such as the Mädler-Passage or Speck's Hof. Among the most popular attractions outside the center are the Leipzig Zoo, the Monument to the Battle of the Nations, the Red Bull Arena or the Belantis amusement park.
Especially convenient if you want to cater for yourself: Directly in our acora Leipzig Living the City is the Südwest Zentrum, a shopping center with supermarkets and other stores. The Novum Hotel Aviva also excels with its central location and offers numerous opportunities for self-catering.
Important fairs and events Leipzig has a lot to offer in terms of events and festivals: Pub Festival Honky Tonk (March), therapie Leipzig Messe (March), Leipzig Book Fair (March), Klassik airleben (June), Wave-Gotik-Treffen Leipzig (June), a cappella Festival (April/May), Leipziger Markt Musik (August), Leipziger Jazztage (September/October), Highfield Festival (August), Con spirito - Chamber Music Festival (September), Touristik & Caravaning Messe (November).
Leipzig attractions -
sightseeing in Leipzig
Leipzig is a city full of history, culture and beautiful architecture. From historical buildings to modern art galleries, there are many interesting places to visit here. One of the most famous landmarks of Leipzig is the Monument to the Battle of Nations. This impressive monument commemorates the Battle of the Nations in 1813 and is one of the largest monuments in Europe. Visitors can climb the tower and enjoy a breathtaking view over the city. Another highlight in Leipzig is St. Thomas Church, where Johann Sebastian Bach worked as a cantor. Here you can not only take a guided tour of the church, but also experience a concert by the famous St. Thomas Choir. For art lovers, the Museum of Fine Arts is a must. Here you will find an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures and graphics by artists such as Caspar David Friedrich, Max Beckmann and Auguste Rodin. If you want to explore the historical side of Leipzig, you should visit the Old Town Hall. This building was built in the 16th century and once served as the seat of government. Today, it is a museum that offers insights into the history of Leipzig. Another highlight is the Schumann House, where the famous composer Robert Schumann lived. Here visitors can not only see Schumann's original furniture and instruments, but also attend concerts and events.