Bike Touring Highlight
One of the largest area monuments in Germany, many half-timbered houses and Art Nouveau buildings. The resistance of the citizens in 1989 prevented a large-scale demolition of the half-timbered houses. After renovation work, the old town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Distance to the bike path: 6 km
Information center of the city Quedlinburg am Markt 4, opening hours depending on the season Mondays to Sundays.
August 30, 2016
For many visitors, a visit to the city is limited to the marketplace and the castle. There are also other sights that do not seem to be aware of many people.For those who want to see (and know) a little more, visit the following places:Münzenberg - former settlement of the poor, rejected, or otherwise not classified as desirable citizens. Great view of castle and city.Pölkenstrasse / Mathildenbrunnen - a piece of Quedlinburg with less focus on tourism. Note the variation of the floor slabs in the area of the fountain which form the foundation of the former Neustädter Rathaus.Abbey gardens - allows a great view of the castle.Brühl - the city park. Place of rest with many paths through the green oasis and along the Bode.Aegidikirche - little visited, the immediate area still conveys a piece of original Quedlinburg.Wipertikirche - very worth seeing crypt.For a break with gastronomic supply, I would recommend the following places:Coffee / cake: woman cuts.Home-style food: Münzenberger Klause.Quaint pub: Brauhaus LüddeQuick bite under open skies (summer) or vaulted cellar: Le Feu in the Adelshof
March 3, 2019
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