Your affordable B&B Hotel Leipzig welcomes you to one of the most dynamic cities in Europe. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe named Leipzig “Little Paris”, a nickname the city fully lives up to. With diverse sights including the New Town Hall, Augustusplatz square and the opera house, this vibrant city never fails to impress its visitors.
In addition, the most famous German composers and poets such as Johann Sebastian Bach or Johann Wolfgang von Goethe have made the city known worldwide with their work and work. Internationally renowned museums, numerous events, diverse sights and hip trendy districts give the city a very special charm that not only attracts young people and artists.
Our hotel locations in Leipzig-City and Leipzig-Nord offer the best starting points for a journey of discovery of the most popular sights and cultural offerings. We offer modern accommodation in close proximity to all major transport links and tourist attractions. Convince yourself and make your booking for our cozy rooms including WiFi, optional breakfast and the best services.
For example, you can walk from our Hotel Leipzig-City to the Nikolaikirche, the Old Stock Exchange, the Gewandhaus or the world-famous Auerbachs Keller restaurant in less than 10 minutes. You can find even more restaurant tips in our B&B Restaurant Guide for Leipzig. The Leipzig Zoo is also only one kilometer away. The central location of our hotel in the middle of Leipzig city center is incorruptible! Your bedroom is located directly in a pedestrian zone (no traffic) in the center and is still very quiet. There are numerous dining options in the immediate vicinity. The main train station can also be reached in a few minutes on foot. You can park your car in the B&B car park, a practical distance from the hotel.
Whether it's a visit to the museum or a trip to the lake – guests in our Leipzig hotels have free WiFi to help them plan their stay in Saxony. In addition to the impeccable facilities and services, we receive the best hotel ratings thanks to our friendly and competent staff, who will be happy to answer any questions you may have about tourist offers.
Our B&B Hotel Leipzig-Nord provides the best accommodation in a convenient location, especially for trade fair visitors, but also for those passing through or for a longer holiday. The incorruptible location to Leipzig/Halle Airport - reachable in just 15 minutes - gives us the best ratings in terms of transport connections. In addition, the most important venues, the city center or the zoo are only a maximum of 20 minutes away: In just ten minutes by car you are at the trade fair, in a quarter of an hour at the Gewandhaus in the city center and in eight minutes at the Sachsen - Therme in the city east. Whether by car, tram or S-Bahn, you can reach all your planned activities in Leipzig city center quickly and easily.
Free WiFi in the hotel and other services and benefits such as Sky TV or a great breakfast buffet await our guests. You will also find numerous dining and shopping options around the hotel. Book your cozy room at the B&B Hotel Leipzig-Nord conveniently online and benefit from the quiet location, ample parking and short distances to Leipzig city centre.
In the immediate vicinity of our hotels, there is a wide range of cultural and entertainment offers in Leipzig. You should definitely visit a museum in the pulsating cultural city! For music lovers, for example, the Bach Museum, the Mendelssohn Museum or the Grassi Museum for musical instruments are worthwhile. Here you will not only find out how Bach or Mendelssohn lived and worked, but you can also experience numerous music examples or concerts by the virtuosos and compose your own pieces on the piano and organ in the sound laboratories.
The Zoo is an equally popular classic. Here you can discover 850 different animal species in six fascinating adventure worlds. In addition to life-size dinosaurs and adventurous playgrounds, a safari tour and a gold prospecting facility await zoo visitors. Another highlight is of course the boat trip on the jungle river in Gondwanaland, where you can roam through the history of the earth from mysterious perspectives. An educational treat for parents and children! By the way, entry for children under the age of six is free. You can find further recommendations, especially for staying in Leipzig with children, in our specially written article.
The Monument to the Battle of the Nations is an important stage in the historical exploration of the city and the region. One hundred years after the first mass battle in human history, the monumental building was opened and summarizes the war memories on three levels. Enjoy the wonderful view of the surroundings at a height of 91 meters.
You will experience a real all-round highlight in the Panometer Leipzig. Since 2003, visitors have turned their heads here to marvel at the stunning panoramic paintings by German artist and architect Yadegar Assisi. A lot of space is needed for the 32 meter high circular images, which are printed using the latest technology and have found their home in the former gasometer. It is not for nothing that they are the largest and probably most famous panorama pictures! Project-related exhibitions and film screenings also await you in the Panometer.
Nature lovers, however, prefer to spend an afternoon in the countryside. The Leipzig Neuseenland is particularly suitable for this. At Lake Cospuden you can really unwind, but you can also learn to dive or row a boat. Due to the good wind conditions, the Cospudener See is also the perfect place for sailors, surfers or kite surfers. You can also hike through the floodplain landscape of the Weißen Elster or cycle around the lake in about 45 minutes on the ten-kilometer, paved path along the shore.
But there is also a climbing and canoe park waiting for guests at Lake Markkleeberg. Another highlight - on foot, by bike or Segway - is the nine kilometer long, varied circular route. It passes all the sights and offers enchanting views of grazing bison and the Leipzig skyline. Discover our other recommendations for lakes around Leipzig here.
The Völkerschlachtdenkmals Monument was built to commemorate the first mass battle in human history. Here Napoleon's army fought against the alliance from Russia, Prussia, Austria and Sweden and had to surrender. A hundred years later the monument was built. The central hall of the monument is divided into 3 levels. The first floor contains a crypt to commemorate the fallen soldiers, the second contains a memorial hall, while the third floor features the dome. A font was created in front of the memorial to commemorate the tears shed by the people. At 91 metres high, you can enjoy an amazing view.
The tradition of opera in Leipzig is one of the oldest in Europe. The history of the third public opera house – after Venice and Hamburg – is evident in its numerous premieres and premieres. Many world-renowned conductors and composers presented their works here. The Gewandhaus Orchestra has hosted performances since 1840 and still offers world-class music to this day.
Created by Peter Joseph Lenné, Johannapark is a significant monument of garden art. The park was created by banker, Wilhelm Seyfferth in memory of his daughter Johanna, who died young. Today, walkers and cyclists pass through the park in Leipzig's city centre from Connewitzer to Leutzscher Holz, to enjoy the picturesque garden.
Nikolaikirche Church isn’t a cathedral or court church for a bishop or a sovereign, but it is a church for the people of Leipzig. Today, the city- and parish church of St. Nikolai is known far beyond Germany thanks to its peace prayers that were introduced during the “peace decade”. The church also offers a lot architecturally. The church, with its picturesque vaults and columns, the interior with its bright colours, floral decorations and the palm-like columns, captivates its visitors.
St. Alexej Gedächtniskirche Church is a Russian-Orthodox church in Leipzig, close to the Völkerschlachtdenkmals Monument. It was built to commemorate the thousand soldiers who died during the Battle of Nations near Leipzig. The church was built in Novgorod style and consists of a “winter” and an “upper” church. The 55-metre-high tower is an impressive religious building, topped with a gilded “onion” dome, which dominates the Leipzig skyline.
Augustusplatz is one of the biggest inner-city squares in Europe. After being destroyed in World War 2, the square wasn’t completely rebuilt. It wasn’t until a few years later that a new design was created. The square is now home to an opera house, the university, the Gewandhaus Concert Hall and the Mendebrunnen Fountains. In the autumn of 1989, the central spot was the site of the so-called Monday Demonstrations, which contributed to the fall of the Berlin Wall. Since then, the square has become a symbol of freedom, democracy and unity in Germany. Today, the square serves as a central space for events in the midst of central Leipzig.
The New Town Hall was built on the foundations of the former Pleissenburg fort, based on plans by Leipzig city councillor, Hugo Licht. This significant town hall building is known for its artistic interior design, including the richly decorated staircase and its facade decoration. It features numerous sculptures and reliefs, as well as symbols of the city. The town hall tower is 110 metres high and from here you can enjoy a great view over the city. Once you’ve enjoyed he view below, you can dine in the cellar vaults of the building in the "Ratskeller Leipzig" restaurant.
Welcome to this world-famous zoo! Learn all about the world of the rainforests in Gondwanaland. You can learn about over 24,000 tropical plants and around 300 exotic animals here. In the other theme worlds of Africa, Asia, Pongoland, Founder’s Garden and South America you can discover Amur leopards, howler monkeys, black rhinos and many other animal species. Have a great day at Leipzig Zoo!