City of Leipzig
A great past and a promising future
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe already praised Leipzig with the lines "Mein Leipzig lob’ ich mir". Art and sciences, trade and creativity - culture, the spiritual and money have long enjoyed a fruitful symbiosis here in Leipzig. This is because the concept of global networking has a long tradition in Leipzig, one of the world's oldest trade fair locations - it has long been a place for trading goods, but also knowledge and ideas.
City of people, city of books, city of Johann Sebaastian Bach, city of trade fairs, city of universities, city of heroes, city of culture, creative hotspot, economic centre, and a centre for knowledge - Leipzig fits many labels, and has even more faces. that belong to this Saxon metropolis. Not so long ago, Leipzig was the starting point of the Peaceful Revolution.
Today, Leipzig is livelier than ever. Well-known companies such as Amazon, BMW, DHL and Porsche have settled in this business location. Leipzig's research centres are among the world's top scientific institutions. World-class artistic highlights include the Gewandhausorchester, the Thomanerchor and the Neue Leipziger Schule with Neo Rauch.
Come to Leipzig, and learn more about the home of Leipziger Messe and the special atmosphere of this city!
Leipzig - the ideal location for the denkmal
With some 17,000 cultural monuments, Leipzig is one of Germany’s monument leaders and the city with the largest concentration of Gründerzeit building and structure potential.
The trade fair convention centre site is perfect for your presentation. All the latest technology is on hand in an attractive setting of function-friendly architecture, ensuring ideal conditions for exhibitors and visitors alike.
Bach, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Wagner – all of this is Leipzig. This lovable, liveable city is a magnet for lovers of art and culture along with tourists from all over the world.
Visit exciting Leipzig and discover its wealth of architectural beauty and the intriguing details its inner city courtyards and passageways hold in store.