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walking in the foodsteps of all the famous people in history - you need to see this place - a institution and cultural landmark of the city. you get the best selection of cakes and patries here and perfect to have a coffee, tea or...More
I don't know why the coffee museum isn't a separate listing under Trip Advisor. Tucked away above the Coffee Baum restaurant which they tell me is the oldest operating coffee shop in Leipzig dating back to the 17th century, the museum is free, it is...More
This was opened in 1711 and was once frequented by Germany's most revered composers, writers and philosophers. The upper floors are used by the City Museum as a museum of coffee history and culture.
Sadly, this seems to have become a tourist trap. It was...More
Coffe Baum (Coffee Tree) opened in 1556 and has a museum on the upper floors of this cafe about the history of the building and Arabian coffee. We had a very good meal, fast and friendly service and a good cappuccino afterward.
I have to admit, I'm a coffee lover! So I couldn't be happier to visit a museum about the coffee history in Leipzig. It was really amazing and I was in love with it. But.... I ordered an espresso and it was nothing special together...More
We visited as a group - the building is very interesting and so is the little museum. The actual cafe has awful looking cakes - very fake and tired looking, I didn't try them. My friends had cake and it looked pretty average, we ordered...More