Berlin, the country's capital, is located 95 miles (153 kilometers) northeast of Markkleeberg.
Make sure you visit the Cospudener Lake while in Markkleeberg.
Saxony is a firm fixture on the tourist trail, which means getting from A to B is simple. Be sure leave yourself sufficient time to explore the many scenic and cultural wonders this region has to share. While in the region, visit the Delitzsch City Park and Delitzsch Castle in Delitzsch, some 17 miles (27 kilometers) to the south of Markkleeberg.
Around 4 miles (6 kilometers) to the north of Markkleeberg is Leipzig, a regional center which is home to Grassi Museum, Red Bull Arena and Sachsen Park. Mendelssohn Haus, Leipzig's Old Town Hall and Leipzig's New Town Hall are a number of other places worth visiting for those who have more time on their hands.
To really understand the present, you need to understand the past. Saxony's fascinating fortresses provide a wonderful starting point. Saxony offers travelers a number of cathedrals and other places of worship, perfect places to get an insight into Markkleeberg's spiritual heart.
If you enjoy spending time with travelers of similar interests, Saxony features plenty of specialized tours such as segway tours, city walking tours and culinary tours. Touring to places you've never been can bring out the more adventurous side of people. If you're feeling brave, try sky diving.
At the end of your holiday in Markkleeberg, use your last euros on last minute keepsakes and say Tschüss (farewell).