Tulip Inn Leipzig

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Gutenbergplatz 1 - 5, (formerly Mercure Hotel), Leipzig, Saxony, 04103, Germany
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 10% higher than other 4 star hotels

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Altlanta Hotel - a few questions.

by Piggy73

I would like to know how far the Atlanta Hotel at Südring 21 is from the Agra ?

A map seems to indicate that it is less than 3km. Is this about right ? We don't mind a 3km walk but just want to ensure this is correct.

Also do trams run to the area in which the hotel is ?

The event we are attending includes free use of public transportation (tram, city-busses, regional trains, surburban trains) within the zone 110 of MDV.
Does the hotel fall with this zone ?

Thanks in advsnce for any information.


Re: Altlanta Hotel - a few questions.

by abalada

Zone 110 = Leipzig
Your hotel is however in Wachau (zone 151). Albeit just 2 bus stops outside zone 110.
Tram #15 (blue) or #2 (yellow - only peak hours) to Probsthaida.
From there by bus to "Apelsteinallee".
You could walk to the stop "Schwarzenbergweg". As the bus needs 3 minutes for this (with one stop) this is certainly walkable.

But to the agra you the shorter way is through the zone 151. Bus 108 to the end station of tram #11 (Markkleeberg Ost). And than 3 stops to Dölitz Straßenbahnhof (this stop is now in Leipzig, thus zone 110.).

Walking is also an option. But even if you use the pedestrian path (through Weinteichsenke), which is the shortest route, it will be rather 3,5 than 3,0 km.

Travel Tips for Leipzig

Unzeitgemäße Zeitgenossen

by Astralka

Sorry for the picture, my friend was more important than those funny creatures by contemporary sculptor Bernd Göbel.

These figures reflect types of the East German society. My friend is Czech.

Direction: not far from Augustus Square, on the Grimmaische Strasse


by german_eagle

The composer Robert Schumann lived in this house 1840 - 44. Two of his children were born here and the few years in this house were some of his most productive ones. Fortunately the building survived - one of the few - the bombings in WWII. It is now restored and on the second floor you can visit the former apartment of Robert Schumann and Clara Wieck. Don't expect much, it is a small museum, just a few rooms, but interesting with a nice exhibit on his life and a small room where chamber music concerts take place on a regular basis.

Inselstraße 18
open Wed - Fri 2 pm - 5 pm, Sat/Sun 10 am - 5 pm
admission fee 3 €

schönes wochenende ticket

by miromi

i couldn't find an english language page for this special deal from the deutsche bahn,but it's incredibly cheap and you can always ask at the train station if the conditions apply: 5 people travel for 30 euros on all regional trains throughout Germany for the weekend. I think you have to buy the ticket on a friday or a saturday and then it lasts until sunday. you'll also have to do some maneuvering since you might have to transfer once or twice to get to your finaly destination, as it's all regional trains and not the high speed direct lines. but taking the regional from berlin to leipzig takes about the same time as taking a much more expensive direct line.

Central Railway Station (Hauptbahnhof)

by german_eagle

Leipzig's Central Railway Station is one of the biggest railway stations in Europe. It is also called a "Cathedral of Transportation".

In 1839 the first long-distance railway in Germany connected Leipzig and Dresden. Soon after the so called "Dresdner Bahnhof" the Magdeburger, Thüringer and Berliner railway stations were built. The German states Prussia and Saxony agreed that a new station had to be built - but all the facilities were doubled: one for Saxony, the other for Prussia. The new station was erected in the years 1902 to 1915 and badly damaged in WWII.

After the wall came down the building was reconstructed. In addition to its function as a railway station it became an excellent shopping centre.

Altes Rathaus

by Mariajoy

The Old Town Hall was built in 1556-57 by the architect Hieronymus Lotter and is one of Deutschlands most important Renaissance town halls. In 1744 a baroque cupola was added and now the building houses the Museum for City History. As with many other of the city's buildings, it suffered severe damage during WWII but was restored by 1950.


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 Tulip Inn Leipzig

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Address: Gutenbergplatz 1 - 5, (formerly Mercure Hotel), Leipzig, Saxony, 04103, Germany