Novotel Leipzig City

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Goethestrasse 11, Leipzig, Saxony, 04109, Germany
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Trains from Leipzig to Weimar

by Shadowchig

Hi - Anyone know the train journey details for travelling from Leipzig to Weimar (to visit Buchenwald Concentration Camp)? Many thanks.

Re: Trains from Leipzig to Weimar

by abalada

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: Leipzig Hbf
To: Buchenwald/Gedenkstätte, Weimar (Thür)

You can make this trip on the Saxony Ticket if you stick to regional trains. Select for this as means of transport "only local transport".
Saxony Ticket Single (1 person) EUR 19,00
Saxony Ticket (2-5 persons) EUR 28,00
This ticket is valid:
Mo-Fr from 9am till 3am next day
Sa,Su from midnight till 3am next day

Saxony Ticket covers all regional trains in the states Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia. It covers also the buses in Weimar and to the memorial site.

Travel Tips for Leipzig

Fountain

by IceBear7

I really love fountains. And this one in Leipzig made me laugh. In front of the New City Hall there is this beautiful fountain, depicting lots of kids and their pets, dogs and rabbits etc. And they all had cigarettes in their mouths!! Very weird, these kids in Leipzig... My visit was early in the year, after a strong winter, so most of the fountains were without water at the time, unfortunately. The solution: it wasn't cigarettes of course what they had in their mouths but the little piece where normally the water is splashing out... Just normal kids after all!

Alter Johannisfriedhof

by Kathrin_E

The cemetery of the old St John’s Hospital, severely damaged in World War II, has partly been restored and turned into a quiet park with old trees and lots of ivy. The graves are placed in rows along long low walls. Some monuments are still intact, others are fragments. The cemetery-park has a certain morbid flair and is best in autumn when the leaves are falling. This was the burial place of old Leipzig’s upper class.

Some tombstones and monuments have been brought here from a different cemetery and put up in a field on the far right. Among these are a number of remarkable art nouveau and symbolist sculptures and reliefs.

Location: Johannisplatz, behind Grassi Museum

Train

by antistar

Leipzig was, and still is, a hub of the German railway system. It lies on the crossroads of two super fast ICE lines, one running from Hamburg and Berlin to Munich, and the other from Cologne and Frankfurt to Dresden. It also has good local connections, to places like Chemnitz, Halle, and Weimar.

A Cathedral to the Great God Mammon

by sourbugger

Rather like airports, which seem to often be large shopping centres with a few piers added for planes, the Central station feels like large shopping centre (140+ stores) with a few platforms added.

It is of course the other way round : This massive space had a makeover a few years back and a ultra-modern shopping centre was squeezed into the insides of this early 20th Century monster.

You can still get something of the granduer of the place by looking up at the massive barrell-type roof or wandering out onto one of the platforms.

I would also recommend visiting the "Mango" Store in the middle of the centre which retains some orginal features such as staircases and magnificent ceilings.

Platform 24 also has some old rolling stock which is worth a look. As far as I could work out, these are a permanent exhibition.

Nightlife!

by King_Golo

Barfußgässchen (Barefoot Alley) is a small narrow street branching off the Townhall Square. It's full of bars and restaurants, and in summer you'll hardly be able to walk through there as several hundreds of night owls choose this street for enjoying the nightlife. Definitely worth giving it a try, if you ask me!

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Address: Goethestrasse 11, Leipzig, Saxony, 04109, Germany