Flights from London to Leipzig are an easy and practical option, and it takes less than 20 minutes to drive from Leipzig/Halle airport into the city centre, so a rental car is the quickest option in this case. Around Karl-Liebknecht Street, there are a number of record shops and quirky coffee stops and cafes. It is one of the coolest neighbourhoods in Leipzig, and it's well worth a visit to view the impressive street art as well as arty hangouts. The centre of Leipzig is a fantastic place to stay; here you can enjoy the shops, restaurants and bars. A number of Leipzig's popular sights and museums are also in the centre of the city. Only a few kilometres outside of Leipzig lies Kulkwitzer See, a breathtaking lake that you can drive to in less than 30 minutes. It is difficult to access this lake with public transport, so it is definitely worth renting a car in order to visit this natural wonder!
The memorial Völkerschlachtdenkmal provides an important historical background to some of Leipzig's rich history in its museum, as well as having a fantastic view of the entire city from the viewing platform at the top of the memorial. RB Leipzig is the biggest football team in the city and they play their games at the Red Bull Arena Leipzig. You can buy tickets online and at the stadium ticket office to watch a team in Germany's highest division play. Stadium tours are also available and offer visitors the chance to experience the behind the scenes at the 42,000 capacity stadium. For fans of animals and nature, Leipzig Zoo is home to a range of animals from all around the world. The park has six themes representing different parts of the world. here you can see a myriad of different animals and plants. Bach House Leipzig gives guests of the city a chance to discover more about the legendary composer who made his home in Leipzig, 400 years ago. Concerts also occur here in the summer, including Bachfest, the popular festival celebrating the works of Bach and his contemporaries.
The archipelago is characterised by low terrain with rocky cliffs, flat-topped hills, and some slopes. In spring, the lush valleys are adorned with beautiful flowers. However, there are no rivers or mountains. Malta has a Mediterranean type of climate with mild winters and hot summers. Rainfall mainly occurs in autumn and winter, whilst the summers are dry and hot. Driving around Malta with a Malta map is a delightful experience. There’s never a boring moment as the landscape is dominated by rocky beaches and mighty cliffs, as well as gorgeous views over the sea. You will also drive through many quaint villages, where you can stop off to join the bustle in the streets and admire the historical buildings. In the villages you will often find open-air markets where you can buy fresh produce for a picnic, or hand-made products to take home as souvenirs and gifts. Finally, Malta's geology has also blessed it with many caves and hidden coves which you can discover on your driving adventures.
Like the rest of mainland Europe, when driving a car in Leipzig, you drive on the right hand side of the road which is important to note when renting a car. Whilst flights to Leipzig airport are the quickest option, the city is situated less than an hour and a half away from Berlin, so flying into Berlin and driving down to Leipzig can also be a quick and inexpensive alternative. When driving in the city centre, it is important to obtain an emissions sticker (Umweltplakette) if you rent a car in Leipzig from outside of Germany, but these are easy to obtain and inexpensive.