Historical Quedlinburg

A journey into the Middle Ages

Located on the northern edge of the Harz Mountains, Quedlinburg nestles in the beautiful countryside with its winding streets, ancient cobblestones and spacious squares surrounded by over 2,000 picturesque half-timbered houses.

With this uniquely closed historical cityscape as well as the abbey church and the abbey buildings on the Schlossberg, Quedlinburg is in the first row of German half-timbered towns and was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List of Cultural Assets Worth Protecting in 1994.

Full diversity

Quedlinburg is full of diversity: some monuments commemorate well-known personalities such as the first German doctor Dorothea Christiane Erxleben. Worth seeing are the 14 preserved churches and chapels and the lively art and cultural scene.

One of the most famous tourist routes in Germany, the "Romanesque Road", finds its way through Quedlinburg, as does the Selketalbahn, which stops in the districts of Gernrode and Bad Suderode.

Location of Quedlinburg

The location of Quedlinburg with its immediate proximity to the Harz as a hiking paradise as well as the good transport links makes the city an ideal starting point to explore other highlights of the area.

From the hotel complex it is less than ten minutes walk to the city center.