LEIPZIG – a vibrant destination for conferences
Leipzig offers fantastic options for conferences, conventions and events. Word of its appeal is now spreading amongst congress organisers and it is increasingly their first choice.
Leipzig delights visitors with its many facets. A dynamic centre of business and learning, Leipzig is recognised in the field of biotechnology, the automotive and automotive supplier industry, and the world of medicine. In addition to Leipzig University, research activities are carried out at a number of institutes, clinics and higher education alternatives. A high level of professionalism in the trade fair, congress and hotel sector, combined with incredible warmth and hospitality and a wonderful team spirit, also comes as standard. The partners involved in the convention initiative 'Feel the spirit … do-it-at-leipzig.de' are happy to share their expertise. From the Congress Center Leipzig and Porsche Leipzig to the Gondwanaland tropical experience – Leipzig can provide the ideal setting for your events. The convention initiative website has an event planner where organisers can see the city's excellent hotels, first-class conference and congress centres, special venues and innovative agencies at a glance. With great musical traditions, numerous cultural institutions, many waterways and the Leipzig lakes, there are also plenty of attractive recreational itineraries on offer. Choose from a wide range of incentive packages, adventure and team-building programmes, cooking sessions, evening itineraries and guided tours, all designed to turn your event in Leipzig into an unforgettable experience. The LTM GmbH team is on hand to offer advice and book hotels, venues and fringe activities. Leipzig at a glance: Hotels/beds: 101 hotels, guesthouses and hostels with 13,500 beds Nearest InterCityExpress train station: InterCityExpress train station located right in the city centre Nearest international airport: From the city centre to Leipzig/Halle airport: 18km
Leipzig: New cars and the world's oldest trade fair.
Saxony is involved in three sectors: transport + logistics, energy + the environment and medicine + healthcare. While Porsche and BMW may be the names on everyone's lips, the German Biomass Research Centre (DBFZ) has also made its home here. However, the most important area of the economy is the service sector, which also benefits Leipzig as a centre for logistics.
Contacts for further information:
Leipzig Tourism and Marketing GmbH