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Hauptbahnhof Leipzig, Leipzig

Categories: Shopping Malls, Architectural Buildings, Shopping, Tourist Spots
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4.4/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web
Train enthusiasts will enjoy Hauptbahnhof Leipzig, the world's largest railway station (by floor area). Its 24 platforms are the hub of the Central German S-Bahn-system. Railroad buffs and those with an interest in Cold War Germany should head for the display of DR locomotives. Pick up some gifts or a treat for yourself at one of the station's many stores. You'll find plenty of places to get a bite to eat in this architecturally impressive building. To visit Hauptbahnhof Leipzig and get the most from your holiday in Leipzig, create itinerary details personal to you using our Leipzig trip builder.
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  • It has wonderful architecture and is one of the largest train stations I have seen. From the transport point of view, it is very well intergated with regional trains and city transport. It has been re...  read more »
  • Use more for grocery shopping and shopping for clothes. Has great shops and bakeries and fruit and flower stalls.
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  • The station has huge proportions which is very impressive due to its ceiling height. There are many shopping and dining options. There is something for every taste.
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  • A shopping mall right inside Leipzig main station. There's pretty much everything you might need, some are even open in Sundays.
  • Vibrant mall inside a magnificent terminal train station.
  • Spacious clean, amazing train station and shopping mall combination. For icing on cake, is open even on Sundays, when everywhere else shops are closes in germany.
  • There was a good selection of shops. The food was not all amazing.
  • All available.. Food, groceries, clothing, pharmacy..
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