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join us for a walk let us begin at the tourist information . from here, we go on to the market square to look at one of the most beautiful renaissance buildings in germany – altes rathaus (old city hall) 5 , built in 1556/57. on the southern side of the square you’ll see the striking six-storey “königshaus” where princes and em- perors once stayed. at the northern end you’ll find the alte waage (old weigh house) 4 , and behind it, to the right, there is the new museum der bildenden künste (museum of fine arts) 80 . from the market square, you can walk straight into barthels hof 13 , the last surviving “thoroughfare merchant yard” dating from the times of the leipzig goods fairs. today, it houses a restaurant, several shops and a theatre. at the far end of the arcade, you’ll be only a few steps away from the café and coffee museum zum arabischen coffe baum 133 , germany’s oldest coffeehouse. walking back across the market square, you’ll come to the alte handelsbörse (old stock exchange) 2 , behind the old city hall, where merchants once went to sign their contracts. from here, we’ll walk past the goethe monument to the mädler passage 71 , probably the most splen- did arcade in leipzig. it is chiefly known for the restaurant auerbachs keller 11 , the setting for one of the scenes from goethe’s “faust”. around the corner is neumarkt, a street which is home to the städtisches kaufhaus 117 , the building which housed the world’s first samples fair. strolling back to the market square, thomaskirche (st. thomas church) 123 will soon loom into view. this is where johann sebastian bach worked as choirmaster and where he now lies buried. in front of the church, there is also a statue commemorating the composer. from here, we’ll walk along burg- straße to the neues rathaus (new city hall) 86 . it was built on the founda- tion walls of the former pleissenburg castle, where martin luther went for his disputation of 1519. not far away, you’ll find the former imperial court of justice, which today houses the federal administrative court 19 and the new katholische propsteikirche (catholic provost church) 63 . back in the city centre, we visit augustusplatz with the gewandhaus zu leipzig (leipzig gewandhaus concert hall) 37 , the oper leipzig (leipzig opera) 90 and the new campus of the universität leipzig (university of leipzig) 125 . east of here, we’ll see the grassimuseum 42 43 , which houses famous collections of applied arts and crafts, ethnology and musical instruments. our route continues to nikolaikirche (st. nicholas church) 87 and the alte nikolaischule (old st. nicholas school) 3 and then finishes at the central station, one of the largest rail terminus stations in europe – its promenaden (shopping malls) 96 are definitely worth a visit. fascinating views and vistas welcome to one of the most vibrant cities in germany. leipzig is unique. it is a place where tradition meets dynamism, where saxon “gemüt- lichkeit” blends with high-tech business and where classic art and culture meet the avant-garde. here in leipzig, you’ll find a cosmopoli- tan atmosphere with plenty of space for creativity and new ideas. the magnificent city centre is the perfect place to start your adventure. stately homes, historic arcades, gothic, renaissance, wilhelminian and modern buildings tell more than 1,000 years of history in the space of just one square kilometre. today, guests from all over the world come to admire the city’s density of attrac- tions. whatever you are looking for, everything is just a stone’s throw away in leipzig. cultural highlights for music and theatre enthusiasts, shopping oppor- tunities in modern department stores and a unique closed network of historic passageways and courtyards, hip boutiques and antique bookshops are just some of the things worth discovering. then there are the museums, art galleries and the legendary pubs, first class restaurants and trendy bars. in addition, leipzig’s event calendar promises highlights on almost every day of the year, including live performances by world-famous pop, rock and classical music stars, stand-up comedy shows, sports events, art exhibitions, trade shows and many open-air festivals. and while we are talking of heavenly vistas … there is a place 120 m above the city offering magnificent delights – visual as well as culinary! it’s the “panorama tower” next to the gewandhaus concert hall. you’ll see – leipzig is a city to suit your tastes, in every meaning of the word. 5 90 at a glance grassimuseum 4243 , which houses famous collections of applied arts and
orchestra also accompanies shows at the opera house and performs bach cantatas with the st. thomas boys choir. the famous choir performs where bach once worked – at st. thomas church. its choir hall is the place where the former choir-master was laid to rest. the st. thomas boys choir, by the way, is leipzig’s oldest “cultural asset” and was founded in 1212. leipzig’s opera is one of the oldest in europe, dating back to 1693. today, the opera comprises several compa- nies including the leipziger ballett and the musikalische komödie, which performs musicals and operettas on its own stage in haus dreilinden. other ensembles that have contribu- ted to leipzig’s fame as a city of music include the mdr symphony orchestra and the mdr radio choir. leipzig makes itself heard in many ways: from the leipzig bachfest, mendelssohn within the bachfest, wagner festival, schumann festival week and “a cappella” festival, to the jazz festival and “euro-scene” theatre festival – this city lives, loves and celebrates music! leipzig’s “notenspur” music trail andante – ma non troppo! may 2012 saw the inauguration of the “notenspur” (music trail) – a walk through the musical history of leipzig along a 5 km sign-posted trail. it will take you past places of work and homes of world-famous composers and musicians at a story-a-minute. a world-class city of music leipzig’s musical heritage is a treasure. the great composers who lived and worked here would be enough to fill a canon of music history – johann sebastian bach, clara and robert schumann, richard wagner, felix mendelssohn bartholdy, edvard grieg, albert lortzing, gustav mahler and hanns eisler. but leipzig is not only a city that looks after its heritage well – it also maintains the tradition of great musical performances. each year, over two hundred thousand people attend concerts performed by the gewandhaus orchestra, one of the world’s best ensembles. over the centuries, its reputation has been shaped by its music directors, includ- ing felix mendelssohn bartholdy, arthur nikisch, kurt masur and riccardo chailly. andris nelsons will take over as music director of the gewandhaus in 2018. the 90 77 city of music 12 stations of the music trail it takes approx. 90 minutes to two hours to complete the leipzig music trail; longer if you decide to head into one or more of the museums. this is where the music is musikalische komödie (musical comedy theatre) chiefly stages operettas and musicals 82 gohliser schlösschen (gohlis palace) late baroque palace, venue for small-scale arts events 39 hochschule für musik und theater (university of music and theatre) first german music conservatory 50 104 schauspiel leipzig the main venue for the leipzig plays, proud to uphold the tradition of caroline neuber alte nikolaischule (old st. nicholas school) former school of leibniz and wagner, houses a permanent wagner exhibition 3 bach-archiv leipzig (leipzig bach archive) with the bach museum and a well-balanced programme of events 12 grafisches viertel former centre of leipzig’s publishing industry 41 ehem. musikbibliothek peters (former musikbibliothek peters) the world’s first public music library 27 grassi museum für musikinstrumente (grassi museum of musical instruments) one of the world’s largest collections of musical instruments 43 mdr-kubus (mdr cube) rehearsal rooms of the mdr symphony orchestra and the mdr radio choir 73 gewandhaus zu leipzig (leipzig gewandhaus concert hall) home of the gewandhaus orchestra 37 grieg-begegnungsstätte a meeting place and point of pilgrimage in the former music publishing house ‘peters’ 44 mendelssohn-haus (mendelssohn house) the world’s only museum devoted to the composer, also an event location 77 87 nikolaikirche (st. nicholas church) the city’s oldest church and home to one of the largest concert organs in germany 90 oper leipzig (leipzig opera) stages famous opera and ballet performances 93 paulinum auditorium and the university church of st. pauli, venue for university music performances 109 schumann-haus (schumann house) former home of robert and clara schumann, today a museum 118 standort ehem. altes konservatorium (location of the former altes konservatorium) today germany’s oldest music conservatory 119 standort ehem. erstes gewandhaus (location of the first gewandhaus) today offices of the humanities faculty 120 standort ehem. geburtshaus clara wieck (location of the birthplace of clara wieck) (haus “hohe lilie”), destroyed in world war ii 123 thomaskirche (st. thomas church) with the tomb of johann sebastian bach, performance venue of the st. thomas boys choir wagner-denkmäler (wagner monuments) at two sites: by the schwanenteich lake behind the opera house, and on the leipzig promenadenring 127 37 123
university to meet the catholic theologian johann eck in the pleissenburg castle for a disputa- tion. the meeting went down in history as the “leipzig disputa- tion”, where the breach between the pope and the lutherans manifested itself. in october 1813, the peoples oppressed by napoleon joined forces outside the city gates of leipzig. in the “battle of the nations”, austrians, prussians, russians and swedes fought against napoleon’s army and marked the decisive turning point in the war of libera- tion from napoleonic rule. the new era begins on monday again, it was october but more than 170 years later, when a peaceful uprising brought about the collapse of the socialist regime. after prayers for peace in the st. nicholas church, some 70,000 took to the streets on monday 9 october 1989 to demonstrate for freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and freedom of travel. chants such as “we are the people!” and “no violence!” heralded the first peaceful revolution in germany. the day that changed germany is today referred to as the “tag der friedlichen revolution” (day of the peaceful revolution), a civic commemoration day. the leipzig festival of lights in the city centre and a range of other special events are sure to tempt you to be there in 2017. we look forward to seeing you! living history leipzig is a city with a great history, and it has always been a magnet for great names. napoleon was here, and so were brockhaus, reclam and nietzsche, among others, as well as schiller and goethe, of course. you will probably already have heard of auerbachs keller from goethe’s “faust”, or the völkerschlacht (battle of the nations/battle of leipzig) or the nikolaikirche (st. nicholas church). in leipzig, you will be able to experience history and hear the stories behind it first-hand! often, it was the call for freedom that left its marks of change in leipzig’s history. but let’s proceed one step at a time… freedom makes leipzig’s fame the reformation was a formative event for the city. its 500th anniversary will be celebrated in 2017 with a “kirchentag on the way”. in 1519, martin luther, andreas karlstadt and philipp melanchthon accepted an invitation from the 11 106 historic highlights places of the peaceful revolution of 1989 information about the battle of leipzig in 1813 other historic events and places altes rathaus (old city hall) on the market square, built in 1556/57 between two trade fairs 5 archiv bürgerbewegung leipzig e.v. (leipzig archive of the civic movement) research centre and archive of the civic movement 7 auerbachs keller traditional restaurant, well known from goethe’s “faust” 11 gedenkstätte museum in der “runden ecke” former hq of the stasi secret police, permanent exhibition “stasi – power and banality”, trips to the museum in the stasi bunkers in machern 36 alte waage (old weigh house) former weigh house and watering hole of the councilmen 4 bundesverwaltungsgericht (german administrative court) building of the former supreme court of the german reich, built 1888–95 19 deutsches kleingärtnermuseum (german allotment museum) the historic headquarters of the world’s first allotment gardening association 24 galopprennbahn scheibenholz (scheibenholz racecourse) the racecourse is leipzig’s oldest sports venue, opened in 1863 32 gedenkstätte am ort der großen gemeindesynagoge (memorial on site of the former great synagogue) 35 nikolaikirche und nikolaikirchhof (st. nicholas church and st. nicholas church yard) places of prayers for peace and dialogue 87 stadtgeschichtliches museum, altes rathaus (museum of city history, old city hall) 114 stadtgeschichtliches museum, haus böttchergäßchen (museum of city history) special exhibitions 115 zeitgeschichtliches forum (forum of contemporary history) exhibitions about german history after 1945 131 katholische propsteikirche (catholic provost church) newly built church 63 leipziger synagoge (leipzig synagogue) today a memorial to the expulsion of leipzig’s jews and the holocaust 70 memorialmuseum völkerschlacht 1813 the “battle of the cavalry” exhibition in liebertwolkwitz 76 neues rathaus (new city hall) built on the foundations of pleissenburg castle, seat of the city council 86 russische gedächtniskirche st. alexij (st. alexei russian memorial church) built in honour of the fallen russian soldiers 101 schillerhaus (schiller house) schiller’s home for a while, today a museum, “ode to joy” was written here 106 torhaus dölitz (dölitz gatehouse) exhibition of historic tin figures 124 sportmuseum leipzig (leipzig sports museum) collection and documentation centre (no permanent exhibition) 112 völkerschlachtdenkmal/forum 1813 (monument to the battle of the nations/forum 1813) peace monument, europe’s largest monument, museum 126 126
fairs, science, conferences when they hear the name leipzig, many people think of trade fairs. that’s been the case for centuries and well before the leipzig book fair, dreamhack leipzig or otworld, to name just the best-known leipzig fairs today. the city was granted market rights in 1165 and imperial trade fair rights in 1497. its former trade fair buildings and arcades, and above all its cosmopolitan atmosphere, bear wit- ness to leipzig’s eventful history as a city of trade. after german reunification in 1990, leipzig faced new challenges as an exhibition centre. today, the new leipzig trade fair specialises in made-to-measure trade shows. in addition, leipzig has become a popular location for first-class conventions, held in venues such as the congress center leipzig, the kongresshalle at leipzig zoo and the city’s numerous convention and conference hotels. moreover, there are countless event locations available for tasteful evening programmes, each with its own distinct style. the city’s scientific institutions provide plenty of reasons for holding conferences here. the university of leipzig, founded in 1409, is one of the oldest in europe. heisenberg and ostwald taught here – goethe, leibniz and lessing were students here. today, leipzig also has six universities of applied science and about 150 institutes and clinics, including the heart center, the max planck insti- tute, the fraunhofer gesellschaft, the mediencampus and bio city leipzig. much more than just books leipzig has always been a good place for innovation. in 1650, the world’s first daily newspaper was published here. but leipzig also has a very special relationship with books. the german national library in deutscher platz is the central archive and bibliographic centre of germany. the german museum of books and writing, the music archive and the collection of exile literature 1933–1945 are all worth a visit. to this day, leipzig is a very attractive publishing and media centre. and not only books are made here, but authors too. the leipzig institute of literature is the only institution of its kind in the german-speaking world to offer authors a university education. and there are more than 37,000 students with all kinds of fresh ideas who also contribute to making leipzig a place well worth living in every day – and every night. 15 city of trade fairs and congress centre trade fairs, excellent conference and event venues science and production bibliotheca albertina stylishly renovated university library 15 alte handelsbörse (old stock exchange) the baroque building of the old stock exchange is an event venue today 2 bio city leipzig excellent centre for biotechnology and biomedicine 16 da capo former workshop hall; today an event venue and vintage car museum 22 universität leipzig (university of leipzig) second-oldest university in germany with lessing and goethe as alumni 125 städtisches kaufhaus the world’s first sample fair exhibition centre 117 bmw-werk leipzig (bmw factory leipzig) factory tours 17 eventpalast leipzig oldest exhibition building at the old trade fair centre 28 deutsches buch- und schriftmuseum der deutschen nationalbibliothek (german museum of books and writing of the german national library) 23 flughafen leipzig/halle (leipzig/halle airport) aviation hub for central germany 29 fraunhofer-gesellschaft leading organisation for applied research in europe 30 globana trade center event venue, home of the central german fashion centre 38 handelshochschule leipzig (hhl leipzig graduate school of management) one of the leading business schools in europe 46 kongresshalle at leipzig zoo modern event and conference location 65 haus des buches (house of books) offices of numerous publishers, event venue 47 leipziger messe (leipzig trade fair) impressive new trade show and exhibition centre in northern leipzig 69 helmholtz-zentrum für umweltforschung (helmholtz centre for environmental research) biggest scientific association in germany 48 congress center leipzig modern conference centre for first-class events hochschule für technik, wirtschaft und kultur (htwk university of applied sciences) educational institution with a long tradition 51 mdr und media city leipzig (mdr broadcasting station and media city leipzig) leipzig’s media centre 74 museum für druckkunst leipzig (leipzig museum of printing art) with unique printing workshops, where you can have a go yourself 81 mediencampus villa ida (media campus villa ida) architecturally interesting ensemble of buildings, centre for media education 75 stadtbibliothek (city library) one of germany’s largest public libraries 113 porsche werk leipzig (porsche factory leipzig) events, driving events and guided tours of the plant 95 65 95 69
unmistakable visual lan- guage here which continues to influence modern paint- ers to this day. presently, it is painters such as neo rauch, tilo baum- gärtel, tim eitel, matthias weischer and rosa loy who are making heads turn around the world. you want to see where such art is made? then head to the former cot- ton mill spinnerei with more than 100 studios and galleries. the west of leipzig, formerly a predominantly industrial area, is now an experimen- tation ground for artists, with the kunstkraftwerk (art power station), the tapetenwerk (leipzig wallpaper factory), the spinnerei (leipzig cotton mill) and others. at the museum of fine arts works by the leipzig school and many other artists including max beckmann, caspar david friedrich, lucas cranach, peter paul rubens and max klinger are exhibited. one museum where you’ll find post-1945 pieces is the gallery of contem- porary art. the newly renovated grassimuseum is home to the museum of applied arts, the museum of musical instruments and the museum of ethnology, all of which hold collections of international renown. it’s not all down to leipziger allerlei… leipzig has always been considered a very hospitable place. generations of students and visitors to the fairs praised its pubs, goethe being the most famous, setting a scene from his “faust” in auerbachs keller. there’s also just enjoy! you’ll encounter many things in leipzig – but boredom surely won’t be one of them. this city will surprise you every time you turn the corner. be it on a stroll through leipzig’s shopping arcades and department stores or in the many small boutiques along the precincts and promenades – you’ll always find something special here. over 30 shopping malls welcome visitors in to shop, pick up a bite to eat or simply hang out – from the popular mädler passage arcades to the inner-city boulevards and the shopping malls in the central station. throughout most of the year, there are numerous farmers’ markets or flea markets. another famous attraction is leipzig’s christmas market. artists who set new standards art made in leipzig is a hot topic throughout the world – the term “leipziger schule” (“leipzig school”) has been translated into many languages and become a trademark here. the local academy of visual arts played a decisive role in the development of the leipzig school. since the 1960s, painters such as bernhard heisig, wolfgang mattheuer and werner tübke have created an 71 42 art, culture, recreation the arts in leipzig restaurants with a special charm and long-standing tradition galerie für zeitgenössische kunst (museum of contemporary art) contemporary art since 1945 31 grassi museum für angewandte kunst und grassi museum für völkerkunde (grassi museum of applied arts and grassi museum of ethnology) 42 71 94 hochschule für grafik und buchkunst (hgb) (academy of visual arts) one of the oldest art schools in germany 49 kunsthalle der sparkasse leipzig (sparkasse art exhibition hall) with a major art collection of the “leipzig school” 67 museum der bildenden künste (museum of fine arts) one of the largest public fine arts collections in germany 80 panometer leipzig, the world’s largest 360° panorama screen, 100 x 30 m, featuring changing exhibitions 91 tapetenwerkgalerien a spot for discovering new art 121 spinnerei (former cotton mill spinnerei) is a centre for artists, art dealers and many galleries today 110 11 auerbachs keller one of the world’s most famous restaurants 13 barthels hof last surviving “thoroughfare merchant yard” from the days of the goods fair 34 gasthaus & gosebrauerei “bayerischer bahnhof” (restaurant and gose brewery “bayerischer bahnhof”) in the world’s oldest railway terminal 40 gosenschenke “ohne bedenken” the only surviving historic gose pub 92 panorama tower 120 m above leipzig – with a fantastic view of the city 97 ratskeller der stadt leipzig traditional pub, in the new city hall since 1904 107 schrebers restaurant und biergarten in the oldest allotment gardens in germany going shopping markt (market square) with marktgalerie mall and handwerkerpassage arcade 45 88 mädler passage with auerbachs keller restaur. hainstraße with barthels hof and webers hof höfe am brühl shopping centre promenaden hauptbahnhof shopping centre at leipzig central station nikolaistraße with strohsack and speck’s hof shopping arcades petersstraße with petersbogen shopping arcades 57 kabarett leipziger pfeffermühle cabaret 21 club l1 discotheque 58 kabarett-theater leipziger funzel cabaret theatre 52 96 kabarett academixer cabaret 54 kabarett-theater sanftwut cabaret theatre 59 55 kabarett leipziger brettl cabaret krystallpalast varieté variety shows cabaret 66 moritzbastei arts centre 78 72 kabarett leipziger central kabarett cabaret 56 kunstkraftwerk (art power station) today a venue for creativity at the highest level 68 zum arabischen coffe baum museum and one of the oldest surviving café-restaurants in the world 133 80 110 43 nightlife, cabarets and variety 4588
barthels hof, leipzig’s sole surviving “thoroughfare merchant yard” with its enchanting renaissance style restau- rant. next door is the “coffe baum” café, one of the oldest coffee houses in the world. as regards culinary delights, leipzig is a feast for the taste buds. it has everything – gour- met temples, bars, saxon and inter- national cuisine, with a choice of all kinds of setting from down-to-earth to modern. add to this the many popular bars and the typical “locals” with pub grub and beer gardens open all sum- mer. generally, leipzig’s special dishes and beverages are a must – and a delight! original leipzig gose, for example: this top-fermented beer had almost been forgotten when it was “rediscovered” by a leipzig restaurateur. or how about allasch, lerchen, leipziger allerlei, bachpfeiffen, leipziger räbchen – you should surely give them all a try! for daydreamers and night owls if you happen to be nocturnal, you’ll find plenty here to get enthusiastic about – theatres, concert halls, cabarets, variety clubs and the many other outdoor venues offer a stunning events programme. and when you finally arrive in one of the many clubs, bars or trendy watering holes, you’ll realise that leipzig is always wide awake and that the term “closing time” is not in our vocabulary. and why not try a bit of “animal magic” to clear your mind the next day? leipzig zoo is one of the most fascinating zoos in europe, where you can dicsover six exciting animal worlds. gondwanaland, for instance, invites you to experience the tropical rainforest of africa, asia and south america on an area of 16.000 m2. how about the countryside? around a third of leipzig is covered in forest, parks or allotment gardens. the auenwald forest, cutting a wide strip of woodland right the way through the city, is ideal for hiking and cycling. in the city centre, you can relax in the green clara-zetkin-park and the johannapark. or discover renovated 19th-century industrial architecture on boat trips along the karl heine canal or the weiße elster river. want even more of an experience? then why not take a trip to the panometer to see the world’s largest panoramic painting. or visit the wider leipzig region. if youʼre looking to kick back and relax or want to try your hand at a new water sport, the leipzig new lakeland area is the place for you. with its many waterways, over 20 lakes and more than 70 km² of water area, the region isn’t just for canoeists and kayakers! you can try sailing, diving, surf- ing, take a motorboat tour or simply relax on one of its beautiful beaches – a very popular activity in summer. you can even have a go at white water rafting at the markkleeberg canoe park. and from there, it’s not far to the belantis theme park, with over 60 attractions for the whole family nestled in green parkland. other exciting places to explore include the cycling and hiking trails in the düben heath, dahlen heath and wermsdorf forest nature reserves, the towns along the saxony luther trail such as eilenburg, grimma and döbeln, lutherstadt wittenberg, meißen and wörlitzer park. not to mention the mighty castles in kriebstein and leisnig, as well as dresden, halle, weimar ... leipzig and the surrounding area are well worth a visit! 14 choice destinations in leipzig leipzig’s pub districts destinations in the leipzig region clara-zetkin-park, johannapark parks close to the city centre 20 kanupark markkleeberg white-water canoeing at lake markkleeberg 61 botanischer garten der universität leipzig (botanical gardens of the university of leipzig) oldest botanical gardens in germany 18 naturpark dübener heide, dahlener heide und wermsdorfer wald düben heath, dahlen heath and wermsdorf forest nature reserves f weinanbaugebiet saale-unstrut (saale-unstrut vineyards) one of the northernmost wine-growing districts in europe g nachtcafé discotheque 83 nato art + communication 84 revuetheater am palmengarten restaurant and theatre 99 schaubühne lindenfels cinema, theatre and arts centre 103 spizz bar and night club 111 werk ii cultural event centre 128 red bull arena modern football/soccer stadium with a capacity of approx. 45,000 and home of rb leipzig 98 drallewatsch entertainment dining in the city centre in and around barfußgäßchen 26 rosental (rosental park) part of the auenwald with an elaborate network of paths and the leipzig blindenpark 100 theater der jungen welt (the young world theatre) the oldest children’s and youth theatre in germany 122 karli event locations and pubs on karl-liebknecht-straße 62 wildpark (wildlife park) idyllic wildlife park in the auenwald floodplain forest 130 münzgasse very original pub district 79 zoo leipzig with tropical experience world gondwanaland, one of the most beautiful zoos in europe 132 schauspielviertel restaurants and entertainment on and near gottschedstraße 105 dessau bauhaus – a milestone in the development of 20th-century architecture and design a arena leipzig national and international sport and arts event location 8 gartenreich dessau-wörlitz beautiful gardens which are part of the unesco world heritage site of mittelelbe b auensee (lake auensee) with the scenic park railway 9 leipziger neuseenland (leipzig new lakeland area) modern lakeland landscape with water sports and trend sport activities c auenwald (auenwald forest) beautiful landscape with cycleways, bridle paths and waterways 10 lutherstadt wittenberg cradle of the reformation movement in germany d belantis – das abenteuerreich theme park for adventure-loving families 14 burg mildenstein (mildenstein castle) thousand-year-old castle on the banks of the mulde e c 91 132
discover the diversity future in the program. trade fairs and exhibitions 2017 www.leipziger-messe.com *by external organizer extract · subject to alteration 13.01. – 15.01. dreamhack leipzig www.dreamhack-leipzig.de 19.01. – 22.01. 20th partner pferd show – expo – sport sparkassen-cup · longines fei world cup™ jumping · fei world cup™ driving · fei world cup™ vaulting · sales exhibition · leipzig equestrian night · sparkassen jubilee-gala www.partner-pferd.de 03.02. – 05.02. motorrad messe leipzig* www.zweiradmessen.de 11.02. – 19.02. haus-garten-freizeit home-garden-leisure – the great shopping and adventure fair for the whole family www.haus-garten-freizeit.de 16.02. – 19.02. beach & boat water sports exhibition leipzig www.beach-and-boat.de 23.03. – 26.03. leipzig book fair / festival of literature „leipzig liest“ www.leipziger-buchmesse.com 30.09. – 03.10. modell-hobby-spiel models-hobbies-games – exhibition for model building, model railways, creative arts and play www.modell-hobby-spiel.de 20.10. – 22.10. designers’ open design festival leipzig venue: kongresshalle am zoo leipzig www.designersopen.de 09.11. – 12.11. world dog show 2017* www.wds2017.de leipzig trade fair www.zoo-leipzig.de on nature’s trail. leipzig’s surroundings off to ooobi. leipzig’s first koala. koala. koala. koala. on nature’s trail.