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Date: 24.05.2017

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500 Years of Reformation

Luther Window in St. Thomas Church; Photo: LTM/Schmidt
500 years of Reformation will be celebrated everywhere in 2017, and Leipzig will be no exception. The city is the site of Martin Luther’s appearance in the famous Disputation that confirmed his final break with the Roman Catholic Church. Come to Leipzig and follow in the footsteps of Martin Luther and Johann Sebastian Bach, an avowed Lutheran! Exhibitions, music festivals, the Kirchentag on the Way and many other events will bring history alive as they look to the future.
More Information
Listen to the Luther Podcast
Brochure: Many roads lead to Luther (pdf 3.5 MB)

360° panorama TITANIC

photo: Tom Schulze
The Panometer Leipzig is taking its visitors on another journey beneath the waves (until the end of 2017). The TITANIC 360° Panorama revisits the most famous shipwreck of all time and shows the ocean giant as it is today – 105 years after the catastrophe – at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. The celebrated panoramic artist Yadegar Asisi is not only presenting the subject of the luxury liner’s demise, but also exploring the age-old human fascination with mastering nature.
Visit the Panometer Leipzig

Nolde and the "Brücke"

photo: Nolde Stiftung Seebüll
The young expressionist “Brücke” group around Fritz Bleyl, Erich Heckel, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff was fascinated by the outstanding painter Emil Nolde. Their almost two-year creative collaboration with him from 1906 induced the beginning of modern art in Germany. For the first time, 150 of their artworks from painting, drawing and printing are presented in this exhibition as a precious documentation of German art history. Open from 12 February until 5 June
Museum of Fine Arts

Bachfest Leipzig

"A beautiful new song"

Bachfest Leipzig; Photo: LTM - Mothes
With 75,000 visitors and more than 100 events, the Bachfest Leipzig counts among the most important classical music festivals in the world. Performances at authentic Bach sites and the involvement of the Gewandhaus Orchestra and St. Thomas Boys Choir render the Bachfest Leipzig unique.

For the Reformation anniversary 2017, the festival (from 9 - 18 June) will focus on Luther’s influence on Bach.

Programme of the Bachfest Leipzig

Bach in the Subways goes Leipzig

8 & 10 June 2017

Dale Henderson © Daniela Sessa
This June, US cellist Dale Henderson – founder of “Bach in the Subways” – visits Leipzig for two performances at the Bachfest Leipzig. Don’t miss out!

In times where the audience for classical music is shrinking, Henderson decided to take Bach’s music live to the streets - New York City’s subways stations to be exact – in 2010. “Bach in the Subways” was born. Meanwhile, every year for Bach’s birthday hundreds of musicians all over the world perform Bach’s work live in public. It’s authentic, it’s free, and it’s full of joy!
More information on the Leipzig performances
Bach in the Subways website

G2 Art Space

New Leipzig School on display

Raumansicht G2 Kunsthalle, Foto: Dotgain.info © G2 Kunsthalle, Leipzig
The new G2 Art Space opposite St. Thomas Church presents over 50 artworks from the Hildebrand Collection.

The private non-profit institution is supporting contemporary visual art, emerging as well as renowned artists from the so-called New Leipzig School are on display, including Tilo Baumgärtel, Neo Rauch, David Schnell and Matthias Weischer.
G2 website

Hidden Leipzig

New edition

Hidden Leipzig; photo: T. Schulze
The special attitude towards life in Leipzig is difficult to describe. We'll make it simple: with 146 specific tips from off the beaten track.

Come with us, meet friendly locals, discover scene secrets and visit magical places!

Leipzig loves its guests!

Hidden Leipzig

Klassik Airleben

"No Tenors needed"

Photo: Gerber
The Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra will mark the close of the musical season before the summer break with the traditional, beautiful performance of its popular “Klassik airleben” open-air concerts on 23/24 June 2017.

Today’s most renowned baritones, Luca Pisaroni and Thomas Hampson, will honour Leipzig with appearances in 2017 under the musical direction of Alexander Shelley.
Find out more

Welcome to Leipzig

Leipzig is not only famous because of its long trade fair tradition but also because of its multifaceted music and cultural scene. Owing to its unique system of passageways, the historic city centre exudes a distinctive flair. Stylish boutiques and top department stores invite visitors to shop and stroll.

Most of the city’s sights are located within walking distance, e. g. the Old Town Hall, St. Thomas Church, St. Nicholas Church, diverse museums and galleries. Cultural enjoyment is among others provided by the Gewandhaus, the Leipzig Opera or the world-famous St. Thomas Boys Choir.

What are you up to?


Listen to the music
Eat and Drink
Go Shopping
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Get the Leipzig Travel App

Leipzig Travel App Screenshot
The city app for Leipzig is now available for download for all Android and Apple users in the Google Play Store and Apple Store.
Whether you're planning your trip from home or looking for practical information after you've arrived - the Leipzig Travel App has it all: events calendar, information on city tour providers, shopping addresses, Leipzig's bar districts and much more. GPS-linked maps showing you all the nearby attractions make it easy for you to decide what to do next.


Leipzig Card; LTM-Bader
The LEIPZIG CARD offers the best way to explore and travel within Leipzig. It's available as a 1 or 3 day pass for both individuals and families.

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Leipzig Podcasts

Close your eyes and open your ears ...
Get ready to be taken on an acoustic journey and experience Leipzig in a different way for once.
More information and more Podcasts
Leipzig Podcast: Introduction (mp3 9.8 MB)
Leipzig Podcast: Shopping in Leipzig (mp3 7 MB)

How to get there

ICE im Leipziger Hauptbahnhof, Foto: LTM-Schmidt
Leipzig is a long - established transport and communications hub. Leipzig provides a wide range of options for getting to the city: by car, by rail and by air.
Getting to Leipzig

Tourist Information

Tourist Information; Photo: LTM-Schmidt
Do you have questions or are you looking for something? Call us, email us or visit our tourist information centre. Our team will be happy to assist you!
Leipzig Tourist Information
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