... the romantic medieval town Quedlineburg is located on the northern edge of the Harz in a beautiful hilly landscape on the bank of the Bode.
The culinary offerings range from a cafe up to the prestigious four-star restaurant. Accommodations range from a first-class hotel to a private and cozy guesthouse.
The ensemble with the castle and its historic town with approximately 1,200 half-timbered houses dating back several centuries, makes the city to one of the biggest monuments in Germany and was therefore chosen by UNESCO to become part of the list of world cultural and natural heritage.
Attractions of the city:
The castle hill, steep sandstone cliffs, with the towers of the Romanesquechurch of St. Servatius, emerged from a chapel of the royal court of Heinrichs I.,which together with the residential buildings of the former wife pen a building ensemble of great importance and rare architectural charm.
The historic old town with its narrow winding streets and half timbered houses,their facades carved timber heads, St. Andrew's crosses, fan palms, sun andparapet bay windows adorned Baroque
Roland City Hall with stone and ballroom.
The coins mountain - a charming and romantic mountain town that is one of theoldest settlements Quedlinburg.