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Madle- Passage, Leipzig

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A famous shopping arcade with origins dating back to the 16th century, Madle- 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. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Leipzig holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Madle- Passage and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • After a short coffee break, we again ventured through the city centre until we ended up at the ‘Mädler Passage’, a truly stunning arcade. It was built between 1912 and 1914 and was originally a place....  more
    After a short coffee break, we again ventured through the city centre until we ended up at the ‘Mädler Passage’, a truly stunning arcade. It was built between 1912 and 1914 and was originally a place....  more »
  • This passageway has a slight resemblance to the one in Milan based on its size, shape and format. However, the resemblance ends there as in Milan it holds all the top designer names and high end... 
    This passageway has a slight resemblance to the one in Milan based on its size, shape and format. However, the resemblance ends there as in Milan it holds all the top designer names and high end...  more »
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  • After a short coffee break, we again ventured through the city centre until we ended up at the ‘Mädler Passage’, a truly stunning arcade. It was built between 1912 and 1914 and was originally a place for sellers of porcelain, ceramics and earthenware. Today, this 140 metre long passage is full of exclusive shops and a great spot for your sightseeing list. It's a nice sightseeing spot.
  • Very well decorated for the Christmas season. Cafes/Bars available to sit an watch the day pass by. Not a busy place but very pleasant

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