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Leipzig Landmarks & monuments

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Leipzig: BMW Plant Guided Tour

1. Leipzig: BMW Plant Guided Tour

Visit one of the world's most sustainable car production plants in the world in your visit to Leipzig, by stopping by the stunning BMW Group Plant. This impressive facility won't only serve as a backdrop for your guided tour but also double as one of Leipzig's most attractive buildings. The design, led by world-renowned architect, Zaha Hadid, blends the needs of the factory with the aesthetics of world-class design. Learn all there is to know about car manufacture and how BMW has kept its lines of cars at the vanguard of the industry, both by setting high standards of quality and of sustainability.

Leipzig: 2-Hour Guided Walking Tour in German

2. Leipzig: 2-Hour Guided Walking Tour in German

Enjoy a guided walking tour through the city of Leipzig. Explore the famous sights of Leipzig's city center in a short amount of time. See the Augustus Square with the opera house, the famous Gewandhaus concert hall and the Nikolai Church, which was at the center of events around German Reunification in 1989. Walk through the modern Specks Hof arcade to the Naschmarkt Square and the Old Exchange. Directly opposite is the Mädler arcade and a bit further you find the historic restaurant Auerbachs Keller. See the Old Town Hall at the market square, one of the most beautiful renaissance buildings in Germany. Continue your tour and visit the tavern Barthels Hof. Enjoy the atmosphere on the most well-known street in Leipzig ‒ the so-called Barfußgässchen ‒ which is characterized by a variety of restaurants and pubs. The last highlight of this tour is the St. Thomas Church, home to the globally renowned St. Thomas Choir of Leipzig.

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

3. 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, Change your tour to the boat (extra charge) • 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

Combo Tour in Leipzig: Guided City Tour & City Sightseeing

4. Combo Tour in Leipzig: Guided City Tour & City Sightseeing

Experience the highlights in Leipzig's Old Town during this unique walking and bus tour. Foll your guide to see sights like Gohlis castle, the former Reich Court, the Old Market, and the Battle of Nations Monument. Meet your guide in the heart of the city at the new Katharinum (Tourist Information). Begin your walking adventure with a stroll through downtown. Go past the famous Nikolai Church, and the Specks Hof Passage mall. Breath in the aroma of fresh food from the small Snack Market. Admire the colors in Old Rathaus market and the elegant Mädler Passage mall. Stroll by the traditional Auerachs Cellar and Barthels Hof restaurants. Marvel at the mix of Gothic and Romanesque architecture at the St. Thomas Church. Hop aboard an airconditioned and spacious bus to see the sights outside the city ring. Head to the Gohlis quarter to see the 18th-century Gohlis castle. Pass by the Schiller House, a modest farm house in which Friedrich Schiller lived in 1785 for several months and worked on "Ode to Joy." Make your way to the Waldstraßen Quarter and past the Red Bull Arena Arrive in the constantly-changing Plagwitz city section, with canals, galleries and lofts. Take in the greenery and villas as you ride thorugh the music district. Cruise by the Federal Administrative Court which is in the building of the former Reich Court. Pass through the lively southern suburb past the popular Panometer to one of the well-known sites in Leipzig, the Battle of Nations Monument. On the way back see the Old Market, the German Square and the Bavarian Train Station. End your tour in Augustusplatz, where our tour ends where you can see the New Concert Hall, the University and the Opera house.

Leipzig: Guided tour through the New Town Hall

5. Leipzig: Guided tour through the New Town Hall

Visit the New Leipzig Town Hall, which opened in 1905 during the city’s heyday, with 900 offices and many representative halls. Enjoy a view of the city from one of the highest town hall towers (and the tallest town hall tower in Germany) standing at 114 m tall. Learn about the history of the town hall, from the laying of its foundation in 1899 to its current use as the seat of the Leipzig city administration. See the low casemates of the castle, which remain preserved, and admire the architectural style of the building.

Freiberg: Scavenger Hunt Self-Guided Walking Tour

6. Freiberg: Scavenger Hunt Self-Guided Walking Tour

The exciting scavenger hunt through Freiberg takes you past the Donatsturm, the Petrikirche, the Ballhaus Tivoli as well as the Untermarkt and Obermarkt. You will also get to know the Nikolaikirche, Freudenstein Castle and the Swedish Monument in Albertpark. On your tour through Freiberg you will be on the road for about 3 hours and cover about 4 km. Decide for yourself when to start the tour. Along the way, take as much time as you’d like to stop for a snack, a coffee, or to do some shopping. The Scavenger Hunt Box contains 11 sealed and numbered envelopes. These contain puzzles that need to be solved. Guided by clear and unambiguous directions, make your way through the city of Freiberg. Solve the puzzles and let the clues lead you to the next destination. Each solved puzzle will yield a number that will tell you which envelope to open next. You will not know in advance what order the scavenger hunt city envelopes need to be opened. The envelopes will also contain detailed background information of each attraction, its history, its current use, and much more. Decide for yourself when to start your Scavenger Hunt through Freiberg and how much time to spend at each location. Take a break from your Scavenger Hunt whenever you feel like it, or even continue your scavenger hunt on a different day. Order the Box and enjoy this special sightseeing tour whenever you want. Please note that the scavenger box will be shipped to you and needs approximately 5 days.

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What people are saying about Leipzig

Die Führung wurde durch einen sympathischen Guide durchgeführt. Man bekommt einen Film zu sehen und hat Einblicke in die Montage und dem Rohbau. Das Gebäude ist ein echtes Highlight, ich würde mit meinen Kindern gerne nochmal kommen.

I don't think, well he said it himself - I am not Saxon - he was real. Try to get him but I really doubt it and he can speak English well enough for me to get what I want.

Bus tourism was informative and varied. The city tour with Mr. Mucke was even better. What this man knew to tell was just great.

A lot of good information in the time given. Knowledgeable guide with an answer to every question.

Schöne Stadtrundfahrt mit einem richtigen Menschen am Mikrophon, kein Tonband.