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LAGERBOX in Leipzig

LAGERBOX Leipzig

Our storage facility in Saxony’s largest city is on Rackwitzer Straße 56. If you’re moving house or simply have little room in your own four walls, LAGERBOX can help you store your stuff. We let out storage spaces in many different sizes, starting at one cubic metre and a minium rental period of one week. In the following, we want to take a look at Leipzig, its sights, and reasons why it’s worth moving there.

This is LAGERBOX in Leipzig

But first, we want to showcase our facility, which may soon become the new home for many of your household belongings. Storage here starts at 9.95 euros for four weeks, but switching to a smaller or larger box is possible any time and is completely hassle-free. On top, we provide you with the security and service standard that you are accustomed to at LAGERBOX: In addition to free-of-charge transport aids on location, you can also use our free transport van when moving in. Our locations are accessible only via code or chip.

Additionally, all our storage units are secured with a padlock, while the buildings have alarm systems as well as video surveillance. Your stored goods are, of course, insured. You can access your belongings almost any time. Our facilities are open on 365 days a year between 6 am and 11 pm. Our office hours are Mondays to Fridays between 9am and 6pm, and 9am to 4pm on Saturdays. In addition to 1,192 storage boxes, our facility in Leipzig also offers temporary parking. If you’re coming by car, Rackwitzer Strasse is easily reachable via the federal road, B6. Downtown Leipzig as well as the Autobahn A14, the trade fair, and the airport are all close by.

This is Leipzig

Speaking of which: Leipzig. Saxony’s largest city has a lot to offer.

  • Business and jobs: Jobs are abundant because many big companies like Siemens, Porsche, and BMW have branches here.
  • Culture, sports, and “Leipziger Freiheit”: Leipzig is home to the famous St. Nicholas Church, which is closely connected to German reunification. The city has many other sights, including the Monument to the Battle of the Nations. The local zoo is also well worth a visit.
  • Leipzig’s own RB Leipzig is a relatively new football club, which, after a fairly long dry spell, has now brought Leipzig back to international fame.
  • Lakes, floodplains, and the countryside: Leipzig’s green areas are extensive and include Neuseenland, which means New Lakeland, created by flooding a former lignite mine. You can even surf there. Of course, being a big city, there are ample opportunities for food and partying.

    In short: Why don’t you visit us in Leipzig. Our friendly staff look forward to showing you around.