This magnificent Renaissance building in not only the focal point of the Market Square, it is also the very first building that was built…
Leipzig New Town Hall is the seat of the Leipzig city administration since 1905.
St. Thomas Church is a Lutheran church in Leipzig, Germany. It is associated with a number of well-known composers such as Richard Wagner…
The St. Nicholas Church is one of the major churches of central Leipzig, Germany.
The Augustusplatz is a square located at the east end of the city centre of Leipzig.
The remains of former fortifications were turned into a cultural center, which became a significant students' meeting point.
The main point in the old city centre is packed with great restaurants and shops.
Auerbachs Keller is the best known and second oldest restaurant in Leipzig, Germany.
The offices of the Ministry for State Security of East Germany are open to public as a museum pointing to dangers of the former regime.
Built by Anton Mädler, this hip shopping arcade with exhibition halls is set above the famous Auerbach’s Cellar.
Stroll around the street which used to be the centre of world fur trade, and where Richard Wagner, a famous German composer, was born.
Goethe fell in love and wrote his first poems during his law studies in Leipzig.
This imposing building from the 17th century is the place where all merchants used to meet.
Established in the 17th century, this is the third oldest opera house in Europe.
Set in the historical Bosehouse, one of the oldest buildings on the square, the museum is devoted to the famous German composer Johann…
The oldest shopping passage in the city. Awarded for the perfect restoration in 1996, definitely do not miss.
Leipzig University, in Leipzig in the Free State of Saxony, Germany, is one of the world's oldest universities and the second-oldest…
Gewandhaus is a concert hall in Leipzig, Germany, the home of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra.
The Museum der bildenden Künste is a museum in Leipzig, Saxony, Germany. It covers artworks from the Late Middle Ages to Modernity.
This large shopping mall is situated in a trendy building. It offers everything you would expect - lots of shops, restaurants, and services.
The museum is a reminder of the horrors commited by the former regime of the East Germany. Definitely worth a visit.