Explore Leipzig - the city of art, culture, trade and vitality - on this 2-hour city tour in a comfo...
City tours in Leipzig
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Leipzig has many nicknames in the German media - Hypezig, Boomtown of eastern Germany, and New Berlin are among them. The city grows like nothing the country has seen, with a rising population and economy contributing to its “boom town” image. Meanwhile, old factories are being transformed into studios and art galleries for the artistic, while shops open and close with a lifespan as short as a few weeks. The city however does not lose sight of its historic origins; buildings dating back as far as the 16th century populate its center, while Baroque trading houses and merchants’ residences pepper the rest of the city. Book our 2015 tours and activities and enter this incredible, highly livable global city.
Jump onto a City Tour in Double-decker Bus of Leipzig and explore the city’s main sights in a convertible tour bus. Here you’ll get to expand your horizons in a city that has more bridges than Venice, two ports, and the tallest town hall steeple in the country. You’ll learn more about the historical background of Leipzig through the sites that you visit, and learn about the impact that great names in music and literature have had on it. Here Johann Wolfgang von Goethe spent three years in the study of law, and here he fell in love with Anna Katharina Schoenkopf. Here one the most modern zoos in Europe lies, host to many primates. Here the great Battle Monument, one the largest monuments in all Europe, pays tribute to both the victorious and the fallen at the 1813 Battle of Leipzig.
Venture into a different world with a Panometer Leipzig Admission Ticket. Choose from one of two panoramic cinematic shows with incredible sights, sounds, and music. Enter Leipzig 1813 and find yourself surrounded by the Battle of Nations, where the sounds of gunfire punctuate the confusion and terror felt by the citizens of the city. Dive into the Great Barrier Reef and immerse yourself in the world’s largest coral reef.