Leipzig - city of trade fairs, books and music. A city known for connecting history and progress.The Bayerischer Bahnhof railway station is one of Leipzig's symbols of this fusion. Built in 1842, making it the oldest terminus in the world, the station formed the starting point for busy trade in the region. And today, the Bayerischer Bahnhof is once again a number one address - as a place of unforgettable gastronomy and culinary experiences.
Gasthaus & Gosebrauerei
The Bayerischer Bahnhof is quite an exceptional setting - whatever the occasion might be. Each guest area has its own, unique atmosphere: the Biersiederei, our brewery, with its copper brewing vessels, the comfortable Gose parlour with its large tables, the Schalander room that recalls the life of brewers in days gone by, and the Arkaden offering a wide view into our idyllic Beer garden with its shady plane trees.
Furthermore, the delicious cuisine reflects the stylish surroundings: traditional food, varied and with seasonal accents. In the pleasant atmosphere provided by the classical-style architecture, you can taste the beers brewed in the Bahnhof’s own brewery: Pilsener, dark beer, wheat beer and Original Leipziger Gose – a top-fermented beer speciality with a refreshing taste and a history that goes back more than 1000 years.
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Bayrischer Platz 1
Bayerischer Bahnhof Adresse: Bayrischer Platz 1 04103 Leipzig Telefon: +49 341 1245760. Bayerischer Bahnhof.
Ms Corinna Unger
Ms Desireé Fischer
Ms Desireé Fischer
Total capacity: 1,000 people
Capacity outdoor area: 500 people
Total number of rooms: 5
Possible exhibition space: 365 sqm
District of Leipzig: Centre - South
City centre / main station: 3 km
Airport: 20 km
Leipzig Trade Fair / convention centre: 9 km
Motorways: 13 km
Type of event and ambience
Access with local public transport
Tramway 2, 9, 16
Bus routes 60
Urban railway S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S5X
Distance to next stop 2 min