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IntercityHotel Leipzig is situated right next to the main station. In the heart of the city, it is your ideal starting point for exploring on foot: Leipzig Zoo, the marketplace and shopping streets (approx. 700 m), the opera house and Gewandhaus concert hall (around 900 m), plus public transport to the Monument to the Battle of the Nations (approx. 26 minutes) and the new Leipzig trade fair grounds (around 33 minutes).
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In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. This enables guests to use all of the local public transport free of charge.
Our modern and comfortably furnished standard rooms, measuring approx. 21 sqm, will make you feel right at home.
After an eventful day you can relax in the peace and quiet of our business rooms, measuring approx. 22 sqm.
Two photographic art projects by Michael Jahn and Susann Dietrich.
The comings and goings – Here on the doorstep of the InterCityHotel Leipzig, the city’s inner ring-road – known as the "Leipziger Ring" - saw the very complexion of world history change. On display in the rooms of one hotel floor is a collection of photographs that follows the progress of the ring-road, taking a closer look at a wide, varied spectrum of places, big and small, situated in the area. The photographs not only encourage the viewer to get to know this beautiful city, whether from their room or by taking a stroll outside; they are also an invitation to pause for a moment and observe the comings and goings, to look upon the "Leipziger Ring" - however quick or slow that may be.
Leipzig has maintained its tradition as a city of books ever since. In this collection, Susann Dietrich looks at the book from a new perspective, placing it as an interface between art and life. It is neither the arrangement of letters nor language in written form that forms the message; it is the material and its experimental treatment. The book changes in its entirety and transcends its materiality – it appears amorphous. The manner in which the objects are presented invokes the transportation from the unequivocal to the ambiguous. The borders between book and picture are blurred.