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Haus Feuerbach

The Haus Feuerbach is situated in the quiet, yet centrally-located “Waldstrasse Quarter“, the largest planned late-Victorian style district in Europe. From every window in these comfortable flat... more information

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Elster Lofts

The Elster Lofts Leipzig are located in the southwest of Leipzig´s inner city, directly at the water shore. The 27 comfortable loft Serviced Apartments are part of the traditional "Buntgarnwerke" wh... more information

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MIABODA Appartements

That´s the way to live: Would you like an independent and relaxed stay? The MIABODA Appartements offer everything the modern spirit of the age desires! Those who long for quality of life will find wh... more information

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    Quartier M

    The Quartier M is a new and extraordinary apartment house located in the city centre of Leipzig. Beautiful, historical details of the façade and of the interior harmonize with the well-defined design... more information

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    Leipzig Apartmenthaus

    Leipzig - a city you just have to love! If you are planning a stay in Saxony´s largest city, Leipzig Apartmenthaus offers cosy, comfortable apartments in the city centre. The serviced apartments, ran... more information

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      Serviced Apartments in Leipzig

       

      Leipzig is not only famous for the "Monday Demonstrations" in 1989 which initiated the turn of politics in the former GDR, but has been widely known as a university city and trade fair location for many centuries. After the German reunification, numerous cultural monuments and houses were elaborately restored and due to the quiescence of soft coal opencast mining new lakes were created in the hinterlands. Now Leipzig is worth living in more than ever before and currently one of the fastest-growing big cities in Germany.

      When you are on business in Leipzig and expect to stay for a longer period of time, but don't want to rent your own private flat and a hotel room is too expensive, then we have a suitable alternative in petto for you with our serviced apartments. Many accommodations are located in or near the historic houses of the city centre and are close to magnificent shopping arcades which invite visitors to shop and linger. As an East German trade fair location the Leipzig Book Fair is the most important exhibition of the city apart from "Automobil". It is regarded the first large get-together of the year with presentations of new literature publications.

      Due to its historic past, Leipzig has to offer diverse sights. The lovingly restaurated Old Town with beautiful buildings from the Art Nouveau period is very impressive. Many structures date back to the Gründerzeit, when Leipzig rapidly developed after the beginning of the industrialisation. The "Völkerschlachtdenkmal" – the Monument to the Battle of the Nations – is 91 metres high towering over the city and offers its visitors an imposing view across the entire region. Just as prominent is the Thomas Grammar School, where Johann Sebastian Bach started his service as choirmaster in 1723. The Leipzig Bach Festival is held in his honour annually.

      Activities

      Leipzig Völkerschlachtdenkmal

      Due to its role as a university town, Leipzig is characterised by a vibrant cultural scene. Various concerts, readings and exhibitions offer particularly a young audience plenty of modern but also classic art. Leipzig has also established itself as a festival location for fans of the gothic scene. Since 1992 the Wave-Gotik-Meeting has been taking place every year on Pentecost – a music and culture festival of the alternative and black scene with approximately 30 locations in the city. Worth visiting is also the zoo, which is one of the most species-rich animal parks in Europe. Since 2011 it has been thrilling visitors with the largest palm house of Europe, the so-called Gondwanaland.

      In the surrounding region of Leipzig there are many beautiful lakes with a water surface amounting to almost 7,000 hectares in total, which emerged after the quiescence of soft coal opencast mining. Today they are popular destinations for people looking for rest and relaxation as well as water sportsmen. No matter if you fancy kite surfing, diving, swimming, wakeboarding, canoeing, skating, running, cycling or going on a boat trip – there is always something to do for everybody.

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      Going Out

      Saxonian dishes have been cooked and eaten in the tavern "Barthels Hof" for more than 500 years. Here you will get the largest choice of Leipzig specialties. Another big touristic attraction is "Auerbachs Keller", the second-oldest restaurant of the city which gained fame predominantly by Goethe´s play "Faust". Vegan delicacies are being served at "Symbiose". In Münzgasse there are lots of pubs. If you just want to party you can't go wrong in the city centre. No matter, if "Milchbar", "Moritzbastei", "Cityclub im Städtischen Kaufhaus", "Alte Hauptpost" or "Twentyone", we are sure you will find your favourite location there.

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      Leipziger Allerlei – a regional German vegetable dish

      Ingredients for 4 portions:

      • 1/4 ltr water
      • 100 g butter
      • salt
      • 1 pinch of sugar
      • 250 g fresh white asparagus, peeled and cut into bite-sized pieces
      • 500 g carrots, cut into slices
      • 200 g cauliflower florets
      • 300 g fresh (or frozen) peas
      • 125 g dried morels
      • 30 g flour
      • 3 tbsp of cream
      • some nutmeg
      • 150 g crayfish meat
      • 1 bunch of finely chopped parsley

      Bring a ¼ litre of water with one tablespoon of butter, some salt and sugar to the boil. Add the chopped-up vegetables and simmer at low heat until just cooked. Drain the vegetables saving the stock. Then soak the dried morels in some lukewarm water. After 15 minutes take out the morels and set the morel water aside. Create a roux from one tablespoon of butter and the flour. Add vegetable stock and morel water and bring to the boil while constantly stirring. Add the remaining butter and the cream and season to taste with nutmeg. Now add the vegetables and the morels. Heat everything up but don't let it boil anymore. At the end garnish the dish with the crayfish meat and parsley. Serve as a side dish.

      Enjoy!

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