Historically interesting district Lützenkirchen
Leverkusen Lützenkirchen is a very interesting district. For example, the weavers from Lützenkirchen, known for their weaving skills at the beginning of the 20th century, produced the fabrics that were used for the interior of the Titanic. Nowadays the weaving mills no longer exist and Leverkusen is better known for the life science sector and the Chempark. However, the district of Lützenkirchen has retained its village flair, especially because it is more rural than other districts in Leverkusen. There are also beautiful street names here, such as “Zauberkuhle” (Magical Cavern) and “In der Wüste” (In the Desert). Renting a furnished apartment in Leverkusen Lützenkirchen gives you the best of both worlds. Rural flair, as well as nearby city centre.