Let’s begin your adventure into the hidden stories of Leipzig by meeting in front of the Old Town Hall, where you will learn about the town center of one of the oldest trade cities in Europe and the place where Napoleon was defeated. Here, you will admire the XVI century Renaissance building, still considered to be one of Germany's largest Town Halls. Close by have a look inside Auerbach's Keller, one of Germany's oldest continuously operated pubs. Opened in 1525, soon became a very popular place, Goethe, the master of German literature, being one of its regular clients. From here go through the Mädler Passage that brings to life so impressively the architectural and historical grandeur of the renowned exhibition hub and trading center that is Leipzig City.
Next you will walk to Nikolaikirche and proceed to Augustusplatz, where you can see the main campus of Leipzig's University and also Krochhochhaus, Leipzig's first high-rise. Continue to the New Town Hall. Admire the 114.8 meters tower that makes this the tallest city hall tower in Germany.