Leipzig has many arcades as we would call them; passages or Hof's as the Germans call them. They are all unique and easy to spot and walk through. This one, the Madder Passage, is just near the Market Sq and old Rathaus/city hall. You can't miss it. I had dinner one night in the Keller beneath it which inspired Goethe to write Faust. Auerbach's is it's name. It beautifully kept, painted and the food is good as are the wait staff. Try it at least once!
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