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Trendelenburgstr. 24, 04289, Leipzig, Saxony, Germany
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A Bach city, a music and cultural city

I loved this place, but perhaps because I love the music of Bach which was his home amd work place... read more

Reviewed 29 May 2015
Amy K
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Unique city

Is the city romantic - I dont think so! However, i love the transport system, the train station and... read more

Reviewed 8 April 2015
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29 May 2015
“A Bach city, a music and cultural city”
8 Apr 2015
“Unique city”
Trendelenburgstr. 24, 04289, Leipzig, Saxony, Germany
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Reviewed 29 May 2015

I loved this place, but perhaps because I love the music of Bach which was his home amd work place for many years. The chruch where Back worked has many concerts amd welcomes tourists r taking photos and memorizing at the musical history. There is...More

Thank Amy K
Reviewed 8 April 2015

Is the city romantic - I dont think so! However, i love the transport system, the train station and the Christmas market. Clean city, but i think the people should be more friendly.

Thank yomiatobs
Reviewed 1 September 2014

Stunning Thomaskirche (Bach) opposite to Bach museum, interesting composer homes (Mendelssohn and Schumann), the world´s oldest symphony orchestra (Gewandhaus), Town Hall with history of Bach and Luther. A musical walking path (Notenspur) covering the musical sights in the old city.

Thank Jouko O
Reviewed 24 August 2014

Leipzig has music everywhere. In front of St.Thomas Church, we stayed for a while listening to five young men playing Bach. After lunch walking through the streets, we went to market place and to the Naschmarkt square and there we listened to some jazz. Very...More

Thank mariaanjos
Reviewed 25 July 2014

The Alt Stadt is worth a visit. We enjoyed an evening drink in the sun beside the St Nicholas Church.

Thank Chaz_79
Reviewed 26 June 2014

Gre at wealth of info for a genius composer. Interesting and engaging exhibits. Took me around 3 hrs to see whole museum. Fred audio guide is informative too.

Thank Amyskymusic24
Reviewed 19 January 2014

In 1813, the battle of the nations took place in Leipzig and led to the defeat of Napoleon by the powers of Prussia, Russia, Austria and Sweden. The 91 meter monument is a marvel of engineering and craftsmanship. We walked the steps of the memorial...More

1  Thank Shawnmokhtari
Reviewed 16 December 2013

Well , its been a long year but finally I find the time to go about....this time to Leipzig. It has not the evident beauty of Dresden , but if you take your time and wander about the city will amaze you with it's hidden...More

Thank libertybell_9
Reviewed 20 September 2013

I spent half a day here en route to Dresden, and I wish I could have stayed there longer. The history of this city and the buildings are so beautiful. If you like classical music you will know that a lot of composers are connected...More

Thank Wiscasset
Reviewed 10 September 2013

Leipzig is a lovely city that depicts a rich culture, history and religion. There is a huge lovely park where you can row down a river with a guide. English guides are available only at designated times and it'll be good to check before deciding...More

Thank Bee Bee S
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