Category: Sample Data

leipzigIn addition to historic sites like the Old Town Hall, the city boasts several impressive structures such as the Napoleonic Monument to the Battle of the Nations and Reichsgericht, the former high court of the Reich.

One of Europe’s largest town squares, the Augustusplatz, is situated at the central campus Germany’s second-oldest university.

What’s more, Leipzig is home to Germany’s oldest botanical garden and one of the country’s largest zoos.

Leipzig is host to a number of annual festivals such as the Bach Festival, the world’s largest Goth festival and an international balloon festival. With a large flea market, a shopping mall in one of Europe’s largest rail stations, and a vibrant Christmas Market, Leipzig is a shopper’s delight.

For nightlife, tourists will find a variety of pubs, bars and dance clubs within the city, especially along the street of Karl-Leibknecht-Strasse, nicknamed “Karli.”




The Radisson Blu Hotel, Leipzig


The Radisson Blu Hotel, Leipzig provides well-appointed lodging in the capital of Saxony, home to some of the world’s greatest musicians. Our Leipzig hotel stands within walking distance of such notable musical destinations as the Opera House and Gewandhaus, while also being steps away from Leipzig Central Station.

Rest comfortably in 1 of our stylish rooms or suites while enjoying premier amenities like LCD televisions with satellite channels. Spagos Restaurant and Spagos Lounge offer 2 upscale dining options conveniently on-site, or guests may order 24-hour room service. Take advantage of parking facilities, the business center and the fitness center that stays open all hours. Finally, the 8 versatile meeting rooms make outstanding venues for any gathering in Germany’s historic City of Music.

reservations hdr.jpg small