If you are interested in getting to know Leipzig a little better, we recommend the following highlights.
This list is only a rough overview of the many possibilities visitors have in Leipzig. We do not arrange bookings, for further questions or ideas we recommend this website.
Exhibition at Wilhelm Wundt room
The Institute of Psychology at the University of Leipzig has a small exhibition with exhibits from Wundts office and laboratory. Many of the instruments for stimulus presentation and exact time measurement can be seen in the original.
There will be free tours available on:
- September 10 at 3:30 – 4:30 PM
- September 11 at 3:30 – 4:30 PM
The guided tours will be in German or English, depending on the participants.
Please register in advance at email@example.com as the number of participants is limited.
Meeting point: Städtisches Kaufhaus (Municipial department store), Neumarkt 9-19, staircase A
- Auerbachs Keller: daily 11:30: “Auf den Spuren von Goethe und Faust” (further information and registration) or daily 15:00: “Mephistos Kaffeeklatsch” (further information and registration)
- Hans im Glück (burger restaurant)
- MDR Tower Restaurant (Leipzig highest restaurant on top of MDR Tower)
- China Brenner
- Was kost das (original Greek restaurant in West Leipzig)
- Gose-Brauerei (brewery famed for Leipzig’s famous Gose Beer)
- Appels Garten
- Pilot (fine dining in lively Gottschedstraße)
- Zierlich Manierlich (Foodtruck close to paEpsy location)
- Vleischerei (vegan restaurant in Leipzig‘s West)
Bars & cafés
- Noch besser leben
- Dr. Seltsam
- Café Tu nicht gut
- Café Kater
- Morrisons Irish Pub
Museums in and around Leipzig
- Panometer Leipzig – Exhibition “Carolas Garden – A Return to Paradise” (further information)
- Monument of the Battle of the Nations – Europe’s largest monument (further information)
- Zeitgeschichtliches Forum (exhibition on German post-war history)
- Museum der bildenden Künste
- Runde Ecke (exhibition on the „Ministerium für Staatssicherheit“, the interior intelligence service of former GDR)
- Spinnerei (exhibitions and open ateliers of different artists)
- By ship through the “Messestadt” – Passenger shipping on the Leipzig Canals (further information)
- City tours by walking (further information)
- Strolling through Leipzig’s parks (e.g. Clara-Zetkin-Park), along Cospuden lake or along Elsterflutbett
- Open Air cinema (e.g. Sommerkino auf der Feinkost)
Leipzig’s music in every ear
- Motets in the Thomaskirche: Fridays at 18:00 and Saturdays at 15:00 – usually a cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach, duration approx. 75 minutes