Rosental – Gründerzeit district on Waldstraße – hip district of Plagwitz – Spinnerei with its international galleries – Johanna-Park (2,5 – 3 hours/ 20km)
If you want to know what made Leipzig the most livable city in Germany, take a bike tour with us to places that most guests don’t see. In our opinion, the best way to get a well-founded overview of the city.
From the Rosental tower you have a unique view of the city. The Gründerzeit district on Waldstraße is just as much on your route as the young, hip Plagwitz district with its many small pubs, shops and gems. A highlight of the tour is certainly a visit to what was once the largest cotton spinning mill in continental Europe, which today houses many well-known galleries, factories, a cinema and a restaurant. Along the Karl-Heine-Canal you reach Schleußig with the largest industrial monument in Europe from the Gründerzeit. Ready to bike through one of the most laid back cities in Europe?