what's that, is it a place and where is it located?
The Swedes and Germany
Using an expression from the Middle Ages, Lützen is located just outside
the gates of Leipzig. Furthermore, it is located on the route of the
Swedes when travelling to Southern Europe. You may ask why? Because it
is a site of pilgrimage for Swedish visitors. Their King Gustav-Adolf II
fell in battle in Lützen on November 6, 1632 fighting on the Protestant
side in Germany. Every child in Sweden is taught at school to
commemorate this fateful day as a national highlight.
Arriving in Luetzen and looking for a place to rest my head, I found this motel. It was really quiet. Away from any highway, I was greeted by a well-bearded man, the owner of the the very back of the place there are old remains of an east-german farm ("LPG"). Visiting this part is like a travel down to a distant past. If you have a touch for adventure, you'll know what I place itself is clean and the breakfast is good. They serve eggs laid the very same day on site!Every time I have to go to the Leipzig area, I'll sleep there.
> Parking Free of Charge > Parking Places
> Quick Check-Out > Dry Cleaning 24h
> Room Service (limited) > pets ok
> Reception opening hours06 - 00
> TV > Minibar
> Bath Room with Shower > Window can be opened
> non-smoker-rooms > Coffee/Tea in room