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Madler Passage, Leipzig

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
A famous shopping arcade with origins dating back to the 16th century, Madler Passage originated in 1525 as a simple wine bar called Auerbach's Cellar. Expanded in the early 20th century, the passage grew to include the surrounding buildings--and a modern promenade providing numerous shopping opportunities was born. With more than 40 small specialty shops and restaurants, the passage is an excellent place to find unique gifts, enjoy a meal, or simply watch people go by. Plan to visit Madler Passage and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Leipzig attractions using our Leipzig trip builder.
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  • An or the passage in Leipzig! Are there many such passages, which belong to the cityscape of Leipzig, but whether it now must be this?
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  • Here you'll find the hippest and fanciest stores. All at a price. Wonderful historical walk with Auber Cellers and Goethe statues from Faustus. Good luck and enjoy! 
  • With your numerous shops and the cosy corners to sit down it is one of the highlights of the city of Auerbach's cellar and the figures before loading to the photograph a
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  • Too much smoking customers inside! Beautiful place, but awful environment for families with kids. Get rid of smokers immediately!
  • Always back beautiful to look at. Nice shops, nice ambience. Also for Christmas, worth a visit.
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  • Famous PESA week
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  • First and last Besuch...dreckige glasses, unfriendly service, pamp-Antworten...ich went and will no longer eat or drink. Bad that something still there.
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