Mercure Hotel Leipzig Am Johannisplatz

Stephanstrasse 6, Leipzig, Saxony, 04103, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Mitte area of Leipzig, is near Gewandhaus zu Leipzig, Mendelssohn-Haus Leipzig, Grassimuseum, and Botanischer Garten.
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    Travel Blogs from Leipzig

    Day 11 - Wittenberg - Liepzig

    A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 02, 2013

    5 comments, 28 photos

    Wittenberg to Leipzig by bus Sight seeing St Thomas School in Leipzig Germany Meet and greet, Alumnat in small groups Joint rehearsal with St Thomas choir under Thomas Kantor Performance by BSS of 2 pieces One of Leipzigs finest historical sight is the home of the great musician Felix Mendelssohn. Today it serves as a museum with beautifully …

    Don't trust satnavs

    A travel blog entry by bobert on Jul 24, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... single carriageway roads. Finally, we got to Colditz! I reckon we lost an hour with all the satnav problems, but that still gave us time for a reasonable visit to the Schloss Colditz. Grandpa was very pleased we managed to squeeze this visit in.

    Colditz Castle was rather understated really, a reasonable musuem but not a lot of detail and it could have been brought to life a bit more.

    By 5pm we were heading away to our hotel here on the outskirts of Leipzig. We came across ...

    Weltmeister wieder--World Champion again

    A travel blog entry by travelink on Jul 19, 2014

    54 photos

    ... not remember where I had seen it. One reason that I chose this place was because of its history. It dates back to 1466 with such illustrious customers as Martin Luther and J. S. Bach among many others. When I arrived tonight the only seats available outside were at a table for six, but I sat there anyway. I was just taking my seat when another man came along and asked if he could also sit at the table. Unlike typically in the U.S., this is quite a common practice in Germany and as ...

    A Casual Week

    A travel blog entry by travelink on Jul 12, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... with a side order of soft flatbread). It was quite spicy, but not overwhelming, and a delicious meal! From there I walked to Rosental which is a park area just outside the central downtown area. The Gewandhaus orchestra was having an open-air concert tonight that was Eintrittfrei (free admission). It is very reminiscent of the Symphony on the Prairie at home. Besides getting to hear one of the world’s leading orchestras, I would have an opportunity ...

    A Different 4th

    A travel blog entry by travelink on Jul 05, 2014

    34 photos

    ... Church) which is a memorial to the thousands of Russian soldiers who died in the Battle of Nations in 1813. The interior is incredibly stunning, but unfortunately no photography is allowed. This led to a series of additional, related memorials. The impressive and massive Völkerschlachtdenkmal. I must thank a friend at home for pointing out that it was designed by Bruno Schmitz who also designed the Soldiers and Sailors Monument. The monument in Leipzig was completed in ...