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Before re-unification, the second largest city in East Germany was Leipzig. Today is stands as the largest city in the federal state of Saxony. The name is Slavic in origin, coming from the word Lipsk meaning settlement where the lime trees stand'. The city has a proud musical heritage: Johann Sebastian Back worked here and Richard Wagner was born here. Richard Schumann was invited to Felix Mendelssohn's musical conservatory and Gustav Mahler was second conductor at the Leipzig Theatre. Amazon, TNT, Porsche, BMW and Siemens all have an important presence here, as does world-renowned piano-maker Blüthner.
Sending parcels to Leipzig is best done by sending couriers to Leipzig. That's in our carefully considered experience, cultivated over years in the package trade. So many years, in fact, that we've become the UK's biggest online parcel delivery company. And what makes us so confident in the courier choice? It's simply that couriers, unlike post offices everywhere, are much less prone to delays and unexpected stoppages - from industrial action, for example.
A quick browse for couriers, however will show you that arranging a parcel to Leipzig is no easy matter, left to your own devices. A bewildering array of companies to choose from, a labyrinth of tariff selections to navigate your way through and an absolute failure of one courier to call a service the same as any other makes making a sensible choice very tricky indeed. Luckily for you, we don't expect you to go through any of this hassle. We've done all the searching for you and picked the best services from the best companies. What faces you at Parcel2Go is a very simple choice, very easy to understand, which will make your parcel delivery to Leipzig go like a dream.
That's as long as you play your part and help us out with two simple tasks. The first is to wrap your package up as carefully as you can to give it a fighting chance as it sets out on its journey. And the second is to be sure to find out and write in big letters the German equivalent of the postcode, the PLZ or postal guidance number. You definitely wouldn't want to send a parcel to Leipzig without it.

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