Free Walking Tour Schedule

Since we have a limit of no more than 15 to 20 people for our Free Walking Tour, tours require registration to sign up beforehand. If you reserve a spot but can’t make it to the walking tour, please make sure to cancel and give another traveller the chance to walk with us.

How the Free Walking Tour Leipzig works

This free walking tour of Leipzig is a “pay what you feel our tour is worth” basis. Most travellers will give about 10 EUR. Please keep in mind that we put a whole lot of effort into the tour design, the website and all the resources you can find here. Leaving your guide a tip below 5 EUR is not an appropriate sign of respect towards those efforts. For those travellers on a super tight budget, there is our blog posts and the free map here on this page. We are looking forward to seeing you on the tour!

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Free Walking Tour in English @ 1pm on Fridays, Saturdays // (on Sundays at 12 EUR fixed price)

Free Walking Tour auf Deutsch @10:30 Uhr Donnerstag, Freitag, Samstag // (Sonntags 12 EUR Festpreis)

Getting started

To help you navigate the city, we have put together some great sources of information with lots of inspiration and tipps for you:

  • Explore our LEIPZIG BLOG

  • Get some inspiration on our Instagram site

  • Start navigating on our LEIPZIG MAP to find out where the best places to eat, drink and chill are

Which sights are we going to explore on the Free Walking Tour Leipzig?

Leipzig is a vibrant and diverse city. Our free walking tour will cover the essentials of this amazing destination, providing travelers with basic knowledge that they may wish to explore further. For those who want to learn and see more, you may take a look at our themed tours about Leipzig!

  • Street Art Leipzig Peter Freund
  • StreetArt Leipzig Bond Truluv
  • StreetArt Leipzig Bond Truluv
  • StreetArt Leipzig Fischer Art
  • StreetArt Leipzig Doppeldenk
  • StreetArt Leipzig Feinkost
  • Mural OBJECTS
  • StreetArt Leipzig Doppeldenk
  • StreetArt Leipzig Oury Jalloh
  • Street Art Leipzig Feinkost

Who is the Leipzig Free Tour for? How to book a Private Walking Tour of Leipzig?

The free walking tour Leipzig is for individual travelers and is limited to 20 participants. Groups of six or more, therefore, have to request a private tour.

Are you a group of more than five people or simply want the luxury of a private tour guide in Leipzig? Private tours can be tailored to your wishes and must be requested through the contact details on the Private Tour Page.

What travelers say about Leipzig Free Tours

You find reviews of Leipzig Free Tours on Google Maps, on Facebook, and Tripadvisor.

You like StreetArt ? – Then you will love Leipzig!

Why are the tours free?

Guide with Group

Our Free Walking Tour Leipzig has no fixed price. You decide at the end of the tour what it’s worth to you. Just think of it as a way to say thank you to your guide. We believe in the quality of our city tours and are sure that you will be more than satisfied at the end and want to show it to your guide. We also offer Private Tours, Culinary Experiences, Corporate Tours and Reformation Tours, for which there are fixed prices.

Where is the Free Walking Tour Leipzig meeting point?

Our Free Walking Tour Leipzig starts at the Burgplatz. We meet there in front of the entrance to the Ratskeller. Click here for the map view. How to get there by public transport: The Wilhelm-Leuschner-Platz tram and S-Bahn stop is in the immediate vicinity of Burgplatz. From there you can reach the meeting point in no time. For all those staying within the inner city ring, the meeting point can be easily reached on foot in 5-10 minutes.

Free Walking Tour Leipzig – upcoming events?

Our Free Walking Tour Leipzig takes place Thursday to Sunday starting at Burgplatz. Due to the pandemic, there may be changes. Please always check our website and register for the tour.

What is there to see on the Free Walking Tour Leipzig?

In a nutshell, our free walking tour of Leipzig features stories and information that show you what Leipzig is all about. Our tours are more than just dry dates. Our aim is to bring you closer to life in Leipzig by visiting the typical sights, but also some hidden places. We are also happy to give you tips for the evening and answer all your questions about your time in Leipzig.

Do I have to book the tour in advance?

Yes. Due to the current COVID-19 situation, we can only take guests on our tours who have pre-booked. Please register with your name, phone number and address. This way we can contact you if there has been an infection with the coronavirus on a tour. Bookings are free and you can cancel them at any time. You will find a link in your confirmation email. Your booking also helps us to plan our tours better and to provide enough guides. If you are a group of more than seven people, please write to us in advance. In our experience, a private tour is often better for an existing group. Unfortunately, when larger groups join a regular free walking tour, they often interfere with the tour. We want to make sure that all our guests have the most enjoyable tour possible and can therefore only offer private tours for groups of 8 or more.

What if I am late?

Each of our city tours starts on time, so please try to be there on time. We leave the meeting point about ten minutes after the tour starts. If you are late or can’t find the meeting point, please contact us.

How long does the Leipzig city tour last?

Each Free Tour lasts about 2 hours. The other tours last between 2 and 2.5 hours.

Can I take part in the tour in a wheelchair?

The tour is barrier-free. We move exclusively within the city centre of Leipzig within the ring road. However, it has to be said that we walk over cobblestones in many places in the city centre. Experience has shown that this can be strenuous.

Does the tour end where it begins?

No, the Free Walking Tour ends in the area of Augustusplatz, in front of the Gewandhaus. From there, there are many connections to Leipzig’s public transport system.

Thursdays to Sundays – at 10:30 a.m. in German (register here) – at 1 p.m. in English (register here)