Live Music in Leipzig’s Christmas Market

My recent trip is over. Thanks God for giving me the chance again to visit places. It was a memorable trip and thank you also for bringing us safe back to our homes.

I experienced again a lot of Christmas Markets in the different cities and countries in Europe. One of the places I visited was Leipzig. It is the second largest city in the federal state of Saxony, Germany.

Live musicians playing music instruments at the Christmas Market in Leipzig.

Leipzig is the industrial center of the region and a major cultural center, offering interesting sights, shopping possibilities and lively nightlife.

After  almost 2 hours of bus trip from our hotel  named Ramada in Schwarzheide, our next destination that day was Leipzig. I was already excited because it  will be the first time I  am visiting  this city.

To make the story short, I did a sightseeing tour around city and saw most of its sights. There are a lot of live performers and musicians  in  many corners of the city especially in the city center.  There was a man whom I think was playing an alesis drum while some of his group played other instruments. This is  one thing you can expect when visiting big cities anywhere.

There are also live choirs  at the Christmas Markets  especially in its  main square located at the Altes Rathaus or Old City Hall.  They are mostly singing  Christmas songs.

I am  happy visiting another  interesting city in Germany. I hope I can share more about this city in my next post. Happy holidays to all!


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