Quality Hotel Country Park
Thiemendorfer Mark 2
Phone: (49) 34 954650
Fax: (49) 34 95465556
Thiemendorfer Mark 2 Sandersdorf, Brehna, DE, 06796
- Phone: (49) 34 954650
- Fax: (49) 34 95465556
Spread accross 10,000 square meters, Merse-Center is a huge shopping center in Merseburg.
Blisters on ones feet turns the most beautiful mountain view to ruins and the descent following the ascent absolute agony. Der gute Griff recognises this and has come up with a process which fits soles and ski boots perfectly to customers' feet. Now you can really enjoy the Eiger-Nordwand or the Bastei! There are also second-hand walking and climbing shoes for children (whose feet grow faster than rabbits' do!). Der gute Griff bares everything in mind and this is shown by the rest of the selection: the choice of rucksacks, tents, sleeping-bags and clothing are sold primarily from a practical point of view and are not too expensive. Boats are available too (kayaks, canoes, rubber dinghies and collapsable boats) along with a vast amount of outdoor equipment, camping gear and weather-proof garments.
With brands like Adidas, Nike, Mizuno, Umbro, Stanno, and Jako, Sporthaus Am Ring is your one stop soccer shop in Leipzig. Countless varieties of individual and team jerseys for all shapes and sizes and custom uniforms for players and referees are available at unbelievable prices. Scarves, trophies, slippers, bags, caps, hats, pennants, and other team paraphernalia line the shelves and are great gifts for friends that are hard to shop for. You can also shop online and have your goods delivered quickly and efficiently to your doorstep. -Sarah Saurette
Der England Laden, as you can guess from the model Big Ben in the window display, is dedicated to all things British. The shop stocks a wide array of brands of food and drink that are hard to find in Germany. You can browse the selection of Cadbury chocolates or pick up some Tetley’s tea. They also sell a variety of typical British souvenirs, gifts and home wares. At the back of the shop there is a small cafe where you can sit down on one of the comfy armchairs and read a book from their mini library while enjoying an English tea. -Laura Kenny
Souvenir and Geschenke is the most comprehensive gift store for all your Leipzig souvenir needs. With a wide array of magnets, T-shirts, socks, postcards, bags, keychains, prints, stickers, stuffed animals, puzzles, cars, trucks, and other traditional souvenir related merchandise, there is sure to be something for everyone on your gift list. Traditional German goods are also available such as beer steins, mugs, das boot, hats, Oktoberfest memorabilia, and much more. Located on the bottom floor right in the central train station, Souvenir and Geschenke is the perfect stop for any last minute gift shopping. -Sarah Saurette
In search of the perfect gift? Gourmétage has countless gift ideas for that hard to buy for person. Specializing in fine wines and specialty foods, their vast inventory consists of countless imported items such as olive oils from Italy, authentic dijon mustards from France, and top quality wines from around the world. Interested in local items? Gourmétage also has a large selection of goods from Leipzig and the surrounding area like original Leipziger lerche and baumkuchenspitzen, which are just two of the tasty treats that come beautifully prepared and wrapped. Stop by either of their two Leipzig locations or shop online and take advantage of this culinary gem. -Sarah Saurette
With a huge range of regional, national, and international newspapers and magazines, Ludwig is the perfect spot for travelers stopping through Leipzig’s memorable Central Train Station. While waiting for your next connection, come in and peruse their endless array of books featuring both well-known and fresh authors in a variety of genres. For international travelers there’s a large international section featuring titles in many languages, including English, French, and Spanish. This enormous store also sells DVDs, CDs, children’s books, stationery, calendars, greeting cards, amongst many other items. Last minute gift? No problem. Ludwig has countless perfect present ideas all at reasonable prices. -Sarah Saurette
Who hasn't heard of the little apprentice wizard Harry Potter? Not only has he made reading more appealing again, there is also a whole world of other books on sale here. Detective novels, romances, dramas, short poems and stories as well as specialist literature, they all have something to offer - from A to Z, from general medical texts to pewter making. There is a whole wealth of topics to learn about, all displayed by subject matter. What is special about this shop is that it does not sell magazines but does hoever stock games, CDs, videos and software, all under one roof.
Ticket Galerie sells tickets for all major sporting events, shows, theater, musicals, concerts and festivals that take place throughout various locations in Leipzig. Tickets can also be purchased directly from their website or over the phone. Most of their staff speak English and will be able to inform and advise you on upcoming events or answer questions about different venues or shows. The shop is also a good place to go to pick up free event guides and browse through the flyers and posters to see if there is anything of interest taking place during your stay. -Laura Kenny
The youngest of Leipzig's famous passageways, Marktgalerie sits on the corner of the busiest shopping avenue in town. Built between 2002 and 2005, the interior passageways were designed by Norbert Hippler, who added a number of art deco features to his design. The stunning architecture of the Marktgalerie is further enhanced by the beautiful granite flooring and the elbsandstein cotta pillars that adorn the entranceways. A number of high end retailers have established themselves in this busy shopping spot with big brands like Gucci, Dior, and Louis Vuitton. On top of this, there are also countless restaurants, cafes, and even a chocalatier to pop into after a busy shopping day! -Sarah Saurette
Situated in the historical center of Leipzig in the beautifully preserved former city hall, one can find the Graphikantiquariat Koenitz. Offering the perfect place to find prints of the City of Leipzig or an authentic piece of art, items from this establishment are a great way to remember this beautiful city for years to come. With over five centuries of authentic works, Graphikantiquariat Koenitz also offers pieces from up-and-coming as well as established artists. Their highly knowledgeable staff are ready to help you find your ideal piece of art, and clients are given the option of reserving their potential buys and having any purchase shipped worldwide. -Sarah Saurette
Women who are into fetish will take much pleasure in this shop, which, apart from having a really impressionable design and really friendly staff at hand to advise and help you make your choices, stocks an enormous choice of unusual clothing and shoes. The materials used are mostly rubber, latex, lacquer and leather, the colors mainly black, red or something loud. As well as everyday wearable items for the daring male or female there are also bodys, corsets and dessous that one is not so likely to wear out in public. Larger sized womens' shoes are also available as are Gothic outfits. The presence of whips, handcuffs, corsets, bags and magazines are reason enough just to take a look and my even help to develop your own fantasies!