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All reviews half timbered houses old town harz mountains german history walk around like stepping back in time christmas market hidden gem lovely town bit off the beaten track city hall tourist office market square preserved medieval mountain area a unesco world heritage site off season
We spent 5 nights here,loved the hotel and breakfast very much. We were traveling Germany for 3 weeks and needed are clothes washed. They owners were grateful enough to wash all our clothes for us for 4 euro per load. The only downfall was the...More
Don’t miss this charming old town if you have a chance to come in this Harz mountain area. We love this rather tranquil old town full with many half-timbered houses, all well preserved. The market square is also charming with many old builds and many...More
We've been to many old cities around Germany and elsewhere in the world, and Quedlinburg is one of the best and most authentic. Even the "new town" is from around 1900 (e.g. some Jugendstil buildings) but the real attraction is all the half-timbered medieval buildings....More
Well worth a visit, wander round the shops, stop for coffee or ice-cream, nice large central square for people watching. Various different sculptures and fountains dotted around. Some wonderful traditional bakeries. Lovely architecture to see, interesting place, plenty to look at.
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If you stay in Quedlinburg and only have a weekend to spare I would recommend a day trip to Goslar. The old town Goslar and the Rammelsberg's mine and mine museum are listed on Germany's UNESCO world heritage sites. The old... More
If you stay in Quedlinburg and only have a weekend to spare I would recommend a day trip to Goslar. The old town Goslar and the Rammelsberg's mine and mine museum are listed on Germany's UNESCO world heritage sites. The old town is small and manageable by foot.There are buses serving from Goslar Bahnhof to Old Town if you want to save time.The historical old town characterized with many 400 years+ old half-timbered houses and winding cobble stone roads, feels like the Medieval era came alive.