If you rent a car privately or on business in Leipzig, Buchbinder is your competent partner. Our car rental in Leipzig is represented at two locations with a large fleet of vehicles from cars to trucks. We rely on renowned manufacturers such as Mercedes, VW and BMW and offer our rental cars on fair terms. For shopping tours, city trips or appointments in the city you will find us agile small cars, comfortable sedans and sporty convertibles. If you are traveling with a larger group, choose our spacious Sprinter, our vans are ideal for a move. When booking you decide online or at the rental stations for your preferred vehicle class including special equipment and protection package. Our car rental agency in Leipzig offers you attractive short and long term rentals, a free, always available service hotline as well as the customer friendly 24 hour return service.
Buchbinder Car Rental offers numerous car and truck models:
By renting a car, you will discover Leipzig and its surrounding area cheaply and flexibly. Our car rental company is in Leipzig at the locations Georg-Schumann-Straße and Kuchengartenstraße for you. By renting a car, you will discover Leipzig and its surrounding area cheaply and flexibly. Our car rental company is in Leipzig at the locations Georg-Schumann-Straße and Kuchengartenstraße for you. If you arrive by plane, you can reach the Georg-Schumann-Straße in 12 minutes by airport shuttle from Leipzig / Halle (LEJ) airport. The old town can be reached from this location in 11 minutes and the exhibition grounds are 14 minutes away. Upon arrival at the main train station, our rental station on Kuchengartenstraße, 1.9 km away, is the nearest branch. From here you can easily reach the center in 10 minutes, in 12 minutes the fair. The Leipzig Trade Fair is one of the oldest in the world and forms the framework for conferences, congresses and trade fairs. The most important events include the book fair, the Auto Mobil International and the model and model construction fair model-hobby-spiel.
Leipzig, the largest city in Saxony, goes back in its origins to the early Middle Ages. Already in the 12th century it was a trade and fair city, from the 15th century the center of printing and university town. In the German Book and Writing Museum, the oldest of its kind, and the Museum of Prints and Drawings, you will explore Leipzig's history as a book city. Musically influenced Johann Sebastian Bach the city in which he worked as a Thomaskantor 27 years. Another great musician lived in Leipzig with Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy. The Mendelssohn House in the Goldschmidtstraße honors the life's work of the composer and conductor with a museum. Today, the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and the St. Thomas Choir enjoy a good international reputation. The Thomaskirche, originally built in the 13th century as a collegiate church of the monastery of the same name, was rebuilt in the 15th century. Martin Luther used to preach here, Johann Sebastian Bach was active, and the impressive Mendelssohn portal recalls the founder of the Thomaschor. Following in the footsteps of Martin Luther, starting from the city center, you follow the Luther Trail in Saxony. The white signs with the green L lead you on a distance of 550 km across Saxony to the places of activity of the reformer. Where Schiller wrote the "Ode to Joy" in his summer quarters in 1785, there is the museum dedicated to him. This is a permanent exhibition with 100 exhibits housed. With the Leipzig Schillerhaus in Gohlis you visit the oldest literary memorial in Germany.
In the center, not far from the Gewandhaus, is the Leipzig Opera, which looks back on a 330-year tradition. As one of the most beautiful Renaissance buildings impresses the Old Town Hall from the 15th century. It houses the City History Museum, where you can take an exciting journey through the centuries. Children in the Children's Museum can experience an interactive journey through time into the past. The memorial complex Völkerschlachtdenkmal, which takes you back to the year 1813, offers completely different impressions. The forum offers 350 artifacts insights into the events at that time. After you have climbed the 364 steps of the temple, you can enjoy a magnificent view over Leipzig from a height of 91 m.
The world's largest panoramic area can be discovered in the Panometer, a disused gasometer. As in the exhibitions in Dresden and Berlin, you will experience 360 degree panoramas of the modern artist Yadegar Asisi, who will each be accompanied by a thematically related exhibition. At Johannisplatz you can explore the museums of Applied Arts, Musical Instruments and Ethnology in Leipzig in the building complex of the Grassimuseum. During your visit to Leipzig you should not miss a visit to the "Arab Coffe Tree". The sight is located near the Old Town Hall and is with its founding in 1711 the oldest coffee house in Germany. Where Robert Schumann once came in and out, there are various café rooms and an exhibition on the 300-year-old coffeehouse culture.
The zoological garden Leipzig am Rosental delights with a species richness of 9,500 animals. Since the year 2000, it has been redesigned as part of the project "Zoo of the future". The result is an impressive nature experience park with the themes of Africa, Asia, Founders Garden, South America, Pongoland and Gondwanaland. The new facilities include, for example, the lion savanna, the ape plant and the tiger taiga. The elephant temple Ganesha and the Gondwanaland giant trench hall will also captivate you.
If you are traveling by car in Leipzig or throughout Germany, please note the following guidelines:
To park your rental car, Leipzig provides sufficient parking facilities in the form of free and paid parking lots and parks.