Leipzig city center. Photo: Stefan Hopf
Leipzig city center. Photo: Stefan Hopf

Visitors’ videos about Leipzig

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I was sitting in my couch, tired, thinking about what to write next, when I became curious to find out what visitors have been expressing about Leipzig on YouTube. Here are the highlights of my Tube crawl, as relaxation – for myself and our lovely readers – after a busy week…

Photo gallery of Leipzig street art by visitor Alla Kliushnyk.
Street art around Leipzig, depicting what appear to be tourists, though it could be some pop culture reference I don’t get. Photo by Alla Kliushnyk during her own visit to Leipzig.

1. “Hop on a one-hour train ride south of Berlin, and you’ll find yourself in the city that was most recently ranked the most livable in Germany… there are impressive things to see everywhere.” – Backpacker Survival Guide


2. “If you haven’t visited Leipzig in a long time, you probably won’t recognize the amazing city it’s become. Dubbed ‘the city of music’ Leipzig is no longer a dark and drab Eastern Bloc city. Leipzig is vibrant in every way, from the cafes and galleries to the beautiful parks and the clubs that keep you dancing until 4AM.” – Jonathan Menzies


3. “A visit by an American couple to the East German city of Leipzig, still under communist rule and recovering from war damage. Then they took a plane to freedom: Switzerland.” – Michael Rogge


4. “In the summer I visited the zoo in Leipzig and filmed extensively there. Lions, dragons and meerkats – there is a lot to see.” – Bidone


5. “Take a tour of Leipzig New Town Hall in Leipzig, Germany — part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats… it’s the largest town hall in the world.” – GeoBeats


6. “Discover Leipzig – the multi-faceted metropolis of Central Germany. ‘Bach city,’ ‘car city,’ ‘fair city,’ ‘coffee city’ are just a few labels for Leipzig.” – Reise Kino


7. “My visit and journey to the church of Leipzig in which Bach lived and worked as Capellmeister for 27 years until his death. Here he composed some of his most important works including all of the Cantatas, the Passions, and the Mass in B Minor.” – Zi-Xiao


8. “You know you’re at the right place when you see more goths and punks than normals… one of my favorite memories was sharing Black Acid, 90 percent, with my friends outside the Pagan Village.” – La Carmina 


9. “A discovery tour to Leipzig. Summer, sun, cherries, music, fountains and free parking at the centre. I like this city!” – Maureen Malolepzie

Hope you enjoyed!

A Global Studies doctoral degree holder and former newspaper reporter, avid eater, pseudo-philosopher and poet, occasion-propelled singer, semi-professional socializer, movie addict, Brazilian-American nomad. In this space, she will share some of her experiences and (mis)adventures regarding various topics, with special attention to social issues.

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