The most popular are Mädlerpassage, which leads to Königspassage and Messehofspassage, Strohsack and the recently renovated Specks Hof and Barthels Hof.
You should also have a look at the more modern Städtisches Kaufhaus, Strohsack Passage and Petersbogen.
For lovers of big malls, the Höfe am Brühl (Brühl 1) is a shopper’s paradise, with more than 130 individual stores.The city’s largest mall is Promenaden, which is situated in the Central Rail Station and houses more than 150 outlets.Aegean flights land at Leipzig/Halle Airport, 15km north-west of the city centre.This is a modern, state-of-the-art airport which serves the two cities of Leipzig and Halle.The airport has numerous duty-free shops, a restaurant, cafes, bars, ATMs, bureaus de change, a post office, chapels, health services (health terminal, pharmacy).
The rest and relaxation amenities include a casino, massage chairs and children’s play areas.
There is a charge for Wi-Fi and for use of the airport’s internet points.
The fastest way into the city centre is to take the train from the airport station (Leipzig/Halle Flughafen) to the city’s Central Rail Station (Leipzig Hauptbahnhof).
Take an Aegean flight to Leipzig and discover the old-world ‘little Paris’ of Goethe, the enduring Mecca of commerce and the European enlightenment, whose history is linked to some of the great names of the European spirit - Bach, Wagner, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Luther.
Vibrant and sophisticated, classical and modern, the largest city in Saxony is an enchanting diva, with a history of 850 years, beautiful art nouveau architecture and a great passion for the arts.
Since the peaceful revolution of 1989 and the end of the Cold War the city has enjoyed a massive economic and cultural renaissance, which has made it one of the up-and-coming tourist destinations for travellers from Europe and around the world.