Leipzig is the economic heart of Saxony. This dynamic city is home to big companies and research institutes.
Leipzig - whose trade fairs are an inseparable part of its history and identity - has a congress centre that is one of the oldest in the world. Leipzig’s congress centre is now one of the most modern in Europe and hosts a wide range of international trade fairs.
The city is very connected to classical music and composers such as Jean-Sebastian Bach, Richard Wagner, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy or Robert Schumann have left their mark on Leipzig. Culture is also very represented in numerous museums and art exhibitions. The charm of the city lies also in its architecture, which blends contemporary and traditional architecture. Leipzig’s facades date from Renaissance to postmodernism.
1. St. Nicholas Church (between 30 minutes and 2h)
2. St. Thomas Church (between 30 minutes and 2h)
3. Museum der Bildenden Künste (between 2h and half a day)
4. Altes Rathaus (2h)
5. Grassi Museum (between 2h and half a day)
PLACES TO GO:
2. Mädler Passage
MagicStay edits a calendar of the major events in the world. We have no connection with the organisers of these events.
Your trade fair has not been added to the list? let us know!