Vacation Apartment in Leipzig - 377 sqft, stylish, central, traditional (# 2878)


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Sleeps: 3

Type: Apt. / Condo

Vacation Apartment in Leipzig - 377 sqft, stylish, central, traditional (# 2878)

This stylishly decorated apartment is ideal for 2 guests or a business traveler. It is located in the popular Suedvorstadt area in a nicely restored turn-of-the-century town house. The apartment comes with complimentary Wi-Fi and is located close to shopping opportunities., key advantages: stylish, central, traditional, 1 living/family room with dining area, , upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is conveniently located directly in the center and downtown area of Leipzig, Walking distance into downtown Leipzig is only 15 minutes, Equipment:

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Vacation Apartment in Leipzig - 377 sqft, stylish, central, traditional (# 2878)
Leipzig, Saxony, Germany

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The "Karli" is in a popular cultural and bar district with many small shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs in Leipzig Südvorstadt. It offers plenty of opportunities to eat and drink as well as for shopping, art, culture and nightlife. The "Karli" is unique, traditional, young and very special. The historic city center (City) and the district Connewitz are within a few minutes away on foot or by bicycle. This apartment can also be used for long stay in Leipzig. In the southern suburb you live centrally and in view of the diverse manifestations of this district may be even more central to the life than in the Leipzig city center. The Leipzig Südvorstadt is immediately south of the center of the adjacent district of Leipzig. The streets are largely dominated by beautiful old buildings Wilhelminian. The most famous street of the neighborhood, the Karl-Liebknecht-Straße (Karli) is. Overall, the district is adjacent to the south Connewitz mixed scene as colorful embossed quarter. Here the doctor lives next to the housewife, the craftsmen and architects in addition to the family next to single.
Discover Leipzig and local activities:
* City center: 1,8 km
* Connewitz: 1,9 km
* Cospudener See: 6,5 km
* Train station: 3 km
* Airport: 14,9 km
* Clara-Zetkin-Park: 1,6 km
* Medienzentrum: 1,5 km
* Agra Messepark Markkleeberg: 6,3 km, Red Bull Arena (Zentralstadion/Sportforum): 3,9 km
* Leipzig Arena: 3,1 km
* Leipzig Zoo: 3,2 km
* The "Karli" is a popular cultural and pubs and offers plenty of opportunities for shopping, art, culture and nightlife. The city center (City) and Connewitz can be reached by the Leipzig Südvorstadt in a few minutes. The tram station "South Course" on Line 10 and 11 located in the immediate vicinity.
More travel info about Leipzig: Leipzig is, with a population of over 511,252, the largest city in the federal state of Saxony, Germany. Compared to other cities, the city of Leipzig survived the Second World War was mostly unharmed and most of the original structure is still in place. The wide streets in downtown display beautiful decorated facades that have been restored to full glory in the last 20 years. The Durchgangshaeuser (walk through houses) are typical type of architecture for this region. These farmhouses have large gateways at both gable ends of the building in order to enable carts to be driven through from end to end. Today, the walkways are filled with life and you don’t want to miss the Specks Hof, Barthels Hof, Maedlerpassage with the restaurant Auerbachs Keller made famous through Goethes Faust, and Coffe Baum, one of the oldest original coffee shops in the world. The area around the Barfussgaesschen gives an impression of how closely the buildings in the city center formerly stood. Side by side are historic buildings of the Renaissance, Baroque, and 19th century periods, and there are numerous picturesque corners and winding passages.



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