Vacation Apartment in Leipzig - 387 sqft, central location, comfortable (# 1815)
Does 1970s architecture and decor interest you? Then check out this unusual apartment located about 5 minutes from the city center. The apartment comes with a balcony, free Wi-Fi, and access to a yard area., key advantages: central location, comfortable, 1 living/family room with dining area, , fully equipped kitchen, upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is conveniently located close to the downtown area of Leipzig, Garage, Apartment 2: The Seventies Simple Shapes, New Materials
Furniture and lights in apartment 2 are almost exclusively from the Seventies. They impress with simple shapes and highly polished surface in a color called “Rüster”. We have combined them with cool blue and brown notes, achieving a refined, elegant atmosphere.
Kitchenette, sleeper sofa, mattresses, all textiles and electric appliances are new, by the way – you don’t have to give up any comforts.
The apartments are equipped to make light travel easy: we offer towels, bed linens, hair dryer, shower, and even coffee, tea, and mineral water for the first night.
Furnishings: * bedroom with double bed * living room with sleeper sofa (1.4x2.0 m) * kitchenette with stove, fridge, freezer compartment, coffee maker, electric kettle and toaster * small bathroom with shower * two sunny balconies * elevator (not a single step between you and the apartment) * TV * free internet access
The apartments also offer all necessities for a nice trip with children:
* Every apartment has a chest of toys. * Behind the house, there is a lawn for playing badminton or ball; equipment is in the toy chest. * On request, we provide a pushbike or a 16-inch children’s bike, plus helmet, for free. * If needed, children’s cot, high chair, diaper-changing mattress, potty and children’s tableware are available.
Prices: * Children up to 12 years, accompanying their parents or grandparents, stay for free. * Per stay, a fee of EUR 20 per final cleaning is charged. * Bed linens, towels, and internet access are included in the price. * If needed, a parking spot 200 m from the house can be rented for EUR 4 per day. * From the seventh night, a rebate of 10% goes into effect.
Location Leipzig/Halle Airport: This unit is located conveniently near Leipzig/Halle Airport. From Leipzig/Halle Airport the distance to the unit at Windmühlenstraße 37, 04107 Leipzig is about 22 km (13.7 miles), approximately a 25 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Leipzig, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $73-$57 for 2 persons. Get an extra 10% off if you stay 7 nights or longer!
Location: The two apartments are in the city center, in one of the first Plattenbauten at the Messemagistrale, built 1965.
The tramway stops right in front of the house and brings you directly to the fairgrounds. Cafés, bakeries, supermarket, etc. are right across the street. City center, opera, and Gewandhaus can be reached on foot in just 5 minutes.
How to Get Here, by Train: The central tramway stop is right in front of the main train station. Take line 16 towards Lössnig, get out at the third stop, Bayrischer Platz and you’ll be right in front of the house.
How to Get Here, by Car:A 14 from the east or west: Coming from the east, leave autobahn A 14 on exit Leipzig Nordost and follow B 87 into the center. Coming from the west, take exit Leipzig Mitte and follow B 2 into the center. Follow the signs towards Grimma, Altes Messegelände on the inner city ring road. On the Rossplatz, turn into Grünewaldstrasse and continue on it to the next intersection with traffic lights. Keep half-left, again towards Grimma, Alte Messe. That way, you will reach the Windmühlenstrasse, on which you continue to Bayrischer Platz. A 9 from the south or A 38 from the west: Exit A 9 at the Rippachtal intersection and change onto A 38. Take exit Leipzig Süd. Follow B 2 into the city center to turn right onto the inner city ring road. Follow the signs towards Grimma, Altes Messegelände. Turn right into Grünewaldstrasse and continue on it to the next intersection with traffic lights. Keep half-left, again towards Grimma, Alte Messe. That way, you will reach the Windmühlenstrasse, on which you continue to Bayrischer Platz. A 9 from the north: Leave on exit Leipzig West and follow B 181 into the city center. Turn right onto the inner city ring road. Follow the signs towards Grimma, Altes Messegelände. Turn right into Grünewaldstrasse and continue on it to the next intersection with traffic lights. Keep half-left, again towards Grimma, Alte Messe. That way, you will reach the Windmühlenstrasse, on which you continue to Bayrischer Platz.
If you have booked our parking spot: Left on Bayrischer Platz onto Arthur-Hofmann-Strasse, immediately left into Riemannstrasse, then into the second driveway: parking spot nr. 26.
...and by bike There is an OpenStreetMap bike map of the surroundings on />. 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.