Leipzig is a cosmopolitan city with a remarkable history. Ever since the city was founded, it has contributed enormously to European economic, intellectual and cultural life. In addition to its role as a commercial centre with an international trade fair, it has one of the oldest universities in Germany, it has influenced the world of music through the St. Thomas' Boys Choir and with famous composers such as Bach and Mendelssohn and it was the main driving force behind the peaceful revolution in 1989 that initiated the reunification of Germany. If you are planning a visit to Leipzig, allow yourself plenty of time to see it. The hospitality of the city is almost inexhaustible – as is the wealth of attractions. Among the most notable are the historic city centre, the famous "Auerbachs Keller" restaurant which appears in Goethe's "Faust", St. Nicholas' Church – whose Ladegast organ was restored with the aid of Porsche – the Gewandhaus Orchestra and the colossal Monument to the Battle of the Nations. We are more than happy to assist you in planning your visit and can arrange special terms for you with our partner hotels. Learn more about Leipzig here.
Porsche Leipzig is ideally located at the junction of the A9 and A14 motorways – just a 5-minute drive from Leipzig/Halle Airport and 20 minutes from the city centre. Porsche Leipzig is also easily accessible by rail. Details of how to find us are available here.