. . . Quedlinburg, the romantic half-timbered town, lies on the northern edge of the Harz in a charming hilly landscape on the banks of the Bode.
The gastronomic offer ranges from a standing café to a classy four-star restaurant.
With its castle ensemble and its closed historical townscape with about 1200 half-timbered houses from several centuries, the district town is one of the largest area monuments in Germany and was therefore placed on the "List of World Cultural and Natural Heritage" by UNESCO.
Sights of the city:
- The castle mountain
- The historic old town
- The mountain of coins