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Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH

Selection of exceptional projects

Leipzig's special character and unique features are brought to public attention by Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH with events, classic advertising and poster campaigns but also with exceptional projects. Some are short-term and selective, while others have been successfully promoting the city for years.

All activities serve to communicate Leipzig's strong qualities locally, nationally and internationally as a sought-after travel destination, business location and a city with an exceptionally high, urban quality of life.

Historical Leipzig Calendar
© Andreas Schmidt
Tourism Breakfast

Leipzig – Close Up

Leipzig City Image Magazine

With a circulation of 7,500 copies, our high-quality image magazine "Leipzig - Close Up" informs about current events from all areas of our city. Read detailed background reports, short news and reports and be entertained by informative elements.

Via our distribution channels we reach decision-makers and key influencers in Leipzig and throughout Germany.

Special Issue "Adventures in Leipzig Start Here"

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Special Issue "Adventures in Leipzig Start Here"

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Special Issue "A Present From Leipzig"

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Special Issue "Adventures in Leipzig Start Here"

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Special Issue "Adventures in Leipzig Start Here"

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Special Issue "L for Love"

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© Caroline Sinno

25 Her(t)z

Light and Sound Sculpture

"25 Her(t)z" celebrated its premiere in Lyon in September 2016. Shortly afterwards, it was shown in Rotterdam in the Netherlands. This was follwed by Krakow and Zurich in 2017, with Brno and Vienna in 2018. In May 2019 "25 Her(t)z" travelled to Salzburg and in October the show went overseas for the first time to New York.

  • Lyon

  • Rotterdam

  • Krakow

  • Zurich

  • Brno

  • Vienna

  • Salzburg

  • New York

#TheVideoSummit Leipzig

With Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk, the Leipzig School of Media and more than 270 companies from the media sector, Leipzig is regarded as one of Germany's media capitals. The first Video Summit in 2016 brought the media and creative industries together in an event lasting several days. National and international video bloggers and filmmakers as well as expertsand players from the social media, marketing, travel and video industries, were present.

Master Classes in 2017

#TheVideoSummit continued in a new format in 2017. There were 2 master classes with selected German and international video bloggers/filmmakers and experts. Within these Master Classes, expert knowledge was passed on by high-profile speakers on the subjects of mobile video production, storytelling, video editing and marketing.

Architectural city map of Leipzig

Leipzig has a full selection of buildings from the period between 1871 and 1918 like no other city in Germany. This was reason enough for the Kulturstiftung Leipzig, Passage-Verlag and Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH to develop the architectural city map "Historismus und Jugendstil – Leipziger Architektur 1871 bis 1918" (Historicism and Art Nouveau – Leipzig Architecture 1871 to 1918) and at the same time to close a gap in the portfolio of Leipzig city maps.

The map depicts the most beautiful buildings and monuments from this period. It includes a total of 82 houses and building complexes. However, these are only few of the Leipzig buildings from this era. Of the approximately 15,000 cultural monuments in Leipzig, as many as 10,000 are from the "Gründerzeit", or Wilhelminian, period. Particularly impressive are the arcades and trade fair palaces in the city centre such as Specks Hof, the Städtisches Kaufhaus or the oldest preserved arcade in Germany, the Mädler Passage (arcade).

Also very much worth a visit are the houses in the style of historicism, which characterise large parts of the city area, the industrial buildings in Plagwitz and the publishing buildings east of the city centre.

The architectural city map is available for €4.95 in bookshops and in the Tourist Information Office (Katharinenstrasse 8).

ISBN: 978-3-938543-79-5

Leipzig Shopping Arcade Festival

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