Bike Touring Highlight
Impressive half-timbered facades and 700 half-timbered houses from six different centuries. Hann. Münden is known as the "Three Rivers City" and was already praised by Alexander von Humboldt as "one of the seven most beautiful cities in the world". Today the medieval old town counts as a half-timbered town of European rank and distinguishes itself by its beautiful lanes and imposing half-timbered buildings. In summer, guests can visit the Doctor Eisenbarth Theater. The story is told by dr. Eisenbart - one of the most famous walk doctors of the Baroque era. Distance to the bike path: about 600 meters, accessible at all times.
This is where the Weser cycle path starts, it is one of the most beautiful I have ever driven.
The Upper Weser to Minden I personally find the most beautiful route.
But you can argue about something like that. It was then our first river route, maybe that's why.
One of the most beautiful half-timbered towns in Germany with a wide range of different half-timbered houses from Gothic to Renaissance. Unfortunately, only a few houses survived the Thirty Years' War (Haus Ochsenkopf in Sydekumstrasse). Worth seeing "Grossbauten" are the old Werra bridge (12th century predominantly), the Welfenschloss, the town hall with a famous Weser-Renaissance facade and St. Blasii church.
At its core, the town hall of Münden is based on a building from the 13th to the 15th century, and the striking three-wing north facade in the style of the Weser Renaissance dates back to the 17th century. Since the Middle Ages, the town hall is the seat of the council of the city Münden; until today, it also houses part of the city administration. Here you will also find the Tourist Information <hann.muenden-tourismus.de>.
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