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Leipzig: 13-Stop Hop-on/Hop-off Bus Ticket

1. Leipzig: 13-Stop Hop-on/Hop-off Bus Ticket

Experience Leipzig aboard a blue and yellow double-decker bus which offers you the best all-round views accompanied by certified tour guides. Immerse yourself in Saxon cosiness as you experience the most beautiful and impressive places in Leipzig throughout an entertaining 1.5-hour city tour. Passing the zoo, which is worth seeing not just for the younger guests, you will continue to the Saxon Rococo architecture of the Gohliser Schlößchen. You'll then travel through the Waldstraßenviertel, one of the largest and best-preserved European Wilhelminian style quarters, before progressing on to the Red Bull Arena. Later, pass the Thomas Church and new town hall before crossing the music district with the Federal Administrative Court. Experience the cosmopolitan atmosphere of the Old Fair and the MDR site, as well as the opulence of the Battle of Nations Monument and the Panometer. In addition to the legendary pubs and shopping streets, you will be shown the cultural highlights for music and theater lovers with the Opera and Gewandhaus. Take a deep breath while visiting the Plagwitz climate district, and enjoy the little Venice of Leipzig with its numerous waterways.

Leipzig: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Walking Tour

2. Leipzig: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Walking Tour

Get to know the city of Leipzig on this relaxed tour in red double-decker buses featuring the city's famous 'Messemännchen' mascot. This roughly 90-minute city tour takes you to Leipzig's most interesting sights, spaced out across 13 different stops. At any point, you can hop off at any of the stations, and hop back on whenever you'd like. The buses ride in regular, short intervals, so that you can stop or start at your own pace. The main meeting point for beginning or ending the tour is on Richard-Wagner-Straße. If you choose a day ticket, you will receive a free 45-minute guided tour in addition to the 90-minute city tour. The guided tours take place from March until the beginning of the Christmas Markets. You don't need to give prior notice to take part in the guided tours; simply come to the meeting point on Richard-Wagner Straße, across from the Central Train Station/East Hall. You will be led by professional tour guides who introduce you to Leipzig's sights in an entertaining way. Stops: • Richard-Wagner-Straße 2, across from the Central Train Station/East Hall: Central Train Station, Winter Garden Skyscraper, Old City • Zoo/Gondwanaland • Schiller House Leipzig, Menckestraße 42: Schiller House, Gohliser Castles, Gosen Tavern, Chocolate Palace • Gohliser Castle, Poetenweg 26-27 , Gosen Tavern • Schiller House Leipzig, Menckestraße 42: Schiller House, Chocolate Palace • Waldstraßenknolle, Feuerbachstraße, on the corner of Max-Planck-Straße: Waldstraßen Quarter, Rosental with zoo display window, Sport Forum • Cityharbor Leipzig, Schreberstraße 20• Capa House, Jahnallee 61, Palm Garden, Rockers Café “Tankbar” • Federal Administrative Court, library “Albertina” • Eisfichte Coffee, Fichtestraße 66, on the corner of Altenburger Straße: MDR premises, Panometer • Battle of the Nations Monument with Southern Cemetery, Old Market • Bavarian Station, Old Train Station (Restaurant) • Augustusplatz: Concert Hall, Panorama Tower, University Campus, Leipzig Opera, access to the pedestrian zone

Leipzig: 360° Panorama THE CATHEDRALE OF MONET ticket

3. Leipzig: 360° Panorama THE CATHEDRALE OF MONET ticket

Discover the unique panorama THE CATHEDRAL OF MONET, painted in an impressionist style, and experience the french city of Rouen during the 19th century. The 32 metres high art work by Berlin based artist Yadegar Asisi shows the pretty historical city centre with its monumental Cathedral of Our lady whose facade, almost completely illuminated by the evening sun, throws its orange-red light back across the forecourt onto the already shaded houses. A multifaceted interplay of extraordinary color nuances, shades and incidence of light pours over the entire scenery. The city's residents, including well-known painters and contemporaries such as Vincent van Gogh, Auguste Renoir and Claude Monet, bustle about in the alleys. A 15-minute day and night light change, accompanied by thematical background sounds and music, allows you to merge with the work of art. With THE CATHEDRAL OF MONET Yadegar Asisi is breaking new ground in his oeuvre: for the first time, a panorama measuring 6 x 2 meters was painted in oil on canvas in the Berlin studio before being digitized in high resolution, printed and finally staged in the Panometer Leipzig as a 360° installation. The large panorama has an almost three-dimensional effect: the canvas structure, brushstrokes and an enlarged application of paint through digitization become the defining structure and take the viewer into a 3,500 square metre oil painting. The basis for the panorama was a famous series of panel paintings by Claude Monet, who painted the cathedral in Rouen in northern France several times under different lighting conditions. Asisi used one of these paintings as a starting point to transfer its lighting mood in all its complexity to the spatial painting. The panoramic experience is complemented by an accompanying exhibition and a final film.

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It was surprising to see so many pictures by Monet and Mr. Asisi's exploration and development over the introductory exhibition. That alone was impressive. Then the panorama with music and lighting design - impressive. We found it appealing to accommodate the many artists featured in the marketplace. The only point of criticism: the film interview was often drowned out by the loud music.

Really recommended. Funny and informative. Never got boring. A few jokes in between and still get all the information. No boring tape that you have to listen to with headphones. The guide sat on the bus and talked with the microphone and even interacted with the tourists. Never had such a great city tour. Thanks!

An interesting trip through the city of Leipzig with 13 stops where you can get on or off flexibly. The guide was great, with wit, humor and historical knowledge, she personally accompanied us on the bus with a microphone. We can highly recommend the tour!

Humorous, bright travel companion who provided a lot of the history of Leipzig. You see sides of the city that would otherwise remain hidden. The team also seems to enjoy their work. ;-)

Great overview of Leipzig, the city’s history, and its sights. Very knowledgeable guide, though it was sometimes difficult to hear him.