9- Porsche Centre and Training Circuits
One of the world’s most famous car brands is made in Leipzig. You can visit the Porsche factory, the Porsche Museum and even try your hand at driving a car during a visit to the Porsche Centre. There’s lots of opportunities to take photos of the cool cars, too.
8- Floodplain forest and canals
One of my favourite things about Leipzig is that although you are in a huge city, nature is never far away.
The Floodplain forest, called Auenwald, offers you many beautiful walking paths and opportunities to take Instagrammable photos of nature. Just follow the channels to explore the hidden secrets of the city’s forest.
7- Park Rosental and the Wackelturm
The Rosental Park covers the largest grassy area in Leipzig and is one of the city's most popular parks. In the summer, it’s great for picnics, sunbathing and capturing fun photos with friends.
The Wackelturm is just a few steps away from Rosental and from there, you can enjoy great views over Park Rosental aka the Green City.
If you are visiting in summer, my top tip is to experience the Classic Open Air, when the Orchestra of the Gewandhaus and the Opera are “moving out” to Rosental and you can listen to some classical music for free.