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Leipzig is known as a trading city, so the main square of the city must be the market square. Where trade was - there public life was. It is logical that the court was made the same here. Executions also were carried out at this...More
The Market Square is a good place to visit to see the old buildings of Leipzig. The old Town Hall is particularly interesting and there are many other fine old buildings around three sides of the square
Many visitors do not know of the museum inside the town hall. It’s is roughly 6 or 8 euro to enter and is a great history museum about Leipzig and German history. Is worth the visit.
In Leipzig town square there are many shops and...More
Relax here with a coffee or beer at a cafe and enjoy the old architecture of the city hall. An absolute center of activity that should be seen for the architecture and special events. There are a number of interesting book and art stores across...More
We saw the Market Square during the Christmas market season so we were unable to see the beautiful buildings that surrounded the square. Definitely will go back to see the square in it's more natural state.
Having visited Nurnberg, Erlangen and Hersbruck Christmas markets, I have to rate Leipzig as my favorite. The stalls were unique (there wasn't redundancy), and they weren't extremely crowded. I had a wonderful time!
The Leipzig Christmas Market is set up in the Market Square. Hundreds of booths. Tens of thousands of people at night. This is everything that I heard about with German Christmas Markets. Glad we planned our trip so we could experience this. Worth traveling to...More
The Market Square in Leipzig looks like many if significant European cities. It is ringed with important buildings, shop and restaurants. It is also the site of a fascinating market selling fruits and vegetables, meats, cheeses, curios, fish, baked goods and many other items. It...More