Location of Our Serviced Apartments
Capri by Fraser Leipzig is a brand-new serviced apartment 4-star hotel experience located in Leipzig centre. We are ideally situated within walking distance of all the city’s attractions and shopping areas. The city’s central train station serves us just around the corner, as well as tram and bus stops outside the hotel.
Capri by Fraser Leipzig
Facilities, Amenities and Services within the Vicinity
- Richard Wagner Statue (3 Minute Walk)
- Mekong Asian Supermarket (1 Minute Walk)
- Penny Supermarket (1 Minute Walk)
- Creditplus Bank (2 Minute Walk)
- Primark (7 Minute Walk)
- Burger King (8 Minute Walk)
- Tourist Information Centre (6 Minute Walk)
The city’s public transport system uses trams, trains and buses.
Nearest Tram Station
- Hauptbahnhof, in the central station
Nearest Train Station
- Leipzig Hauptbahnhof
- Taxis are available upon request from reception. Free Now is also an English language rideshare app that can be used in Leipzig.
Getting to Capri by Fraser Leipzig
Flying into Leipzig Halle? Here is how to get from the airport to the hotel.
- A taxi will usually take the main 14 road into town before going on the B2 southbound towards the city centre. A taxi ride will take roughly 30 minutes depending on traffic.
- Using a hire car from the airport? Follow directions from Google Maps here. There is on-street parking available outside the hotel.
- The airport has a train station with direct links to the city centre. Take the Zwickau (Sachs)Hbf / S5X train to central station. The hotel is a six-minute walk via Willy-Brandt-Platz/B87.
Known as a city of trade and classical music, we are one of Germany’s fastest-growing cities. Home to maestros like Bach, Mendelssohn and Wagner, Leipzig is becoming an alternative city to live (and visit) for people who want a German experience that matches Berlin.
The city has the moniker of Stadt der Helden, which means City of Heroes. The term comes from the Peaceful Revolution which took place in 1989. It was one of the key events which led to the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Travel Tips for Leipzig
- We are a city that gets all seasons. You can expect summer months to reach an average of 20°C, while temperatures drop to around 0°C in December and January. We don’t always get a white Christmas, but you can expect a cold one so wrap up accordingly.
- German is the official language, although many locals do speak some English due to the popularity of tourism.
- We use the Euro, and credit cards are accepted everywhere.
- For information on obtaining a Visa, please visit www.auswaertiges-amt.de
- Capri by Fraser Leipzig is located just around the corner from most of the major shopping centres and promenades. Some of the most notable include Mädler Passage, Specks Hof, Barthels Hof, Städtisches Kaufhaus and Petersbogen.
- No vaccinations are required for travel to Germany.
- The electrical current in Leipzig is 220/230V 50Hz. International guests should remember that we use two-pin European plugs.
- When dining out, a service charge of 15% is usually added to your bill’s total. It is referred to as the ‘Bedienung’. If you feel like leaving a tip after a meal, anywhere between 5% - 10% is good.
- A large portion of the city does close up on public holidays. Some of the most recognised throughout the year include:
- January 1st – New Year’s Day
- March/April – Good Friday
- March/April – Easter Monday
- 1st Monday in May – Labour Day
- 3rd Monday in May - Whit Monday
- October 3rd – German Unity Day
- December 25th – Christmas Day
- December 26th – Second Day of Christmas