Tours in German: All year round tours at 1400hrs (Apr - Oct additional tours at 1000hrs) Tours in English: Available upon request in advance to Quedlinburg Information Center. Individual City Guides: Audio guides available in English and Japanese from the Quedlinburg information Center
The Am Dippelplatz, is a beautiful half-timbered building, located in the centre of the Old Town and in one of the oldest streets of Quedlinburg, which leads directly to the lively market square. Many sights, restaurants and cafès are in walking distance.
A trip to the Lyonel-Feininger Galerie is recommended where the works of this important Bauhaus artist who was born in Germany but became an American citizen are displayed. Most of the works were hidden from the Nazis by a resident of Quedlinburg.
A small cosy and very nice hotel in the centre of the old town. The historic ambience and the modern furnished rooms make a great combination and give this 300 year old building a beautiful atmosphere, where you can relax and feel comfortable.
This traditional 250 year old family-style hotel is picturesquely integrated into the old Market Square with an attention to detail, and an unique charm blend with clever new ideas and developments.
The Kunsthaus offers spacious rooms and free Wi-Fi internet access within a historic Baroque building. It is located in Quedlinburg’s Old Town, just 300 metres from the Medieval Quedlingburg Abbey.
This is an excellent example of the German Romanesque style. The Domschatz (the treasury), located within the church, containing many ancient artefacts and books, many of which are on display.
As well as normal visitations, you can also see theatrical and musical performances here. These events are run from Apr - Oct and include jazz, Classical, Cabaret, Dance, Organ Concerts etc.
This family-run guest house is located in a quiet part of town, a 15-minute walk from Quedlinburg town centre. It offers large country-style rooms and apartments. On-site parking is free.
This 3-star hotel occupies an over 200-year-old, timber-framed house at the foot of the Burgberg hill in Quedlinburg. It offers free Wi-Fi, free parking and free, large breakfast buffets.
Set in a peaceful location in historic and picturesque Quedlinburg, this romantic castle hotel offers elegant 4-star superior accommodation just a short stroll from the old town centre.
German Cuisine: Delicious food in a beautiful setting. The antipasta is highly recommended, but many other dishes to choose from. The restaurant cover two floors and outside.
International cuisine, including a good selection of vegetarian food. The hotel has it's own parking and when the weather is fine, you can enjoy the terrace and garden.
This family run hotel offers 31 rooms with 3-star comfort, a conference and banqueting room for 60 people, an elevator plus wireless internet access in the whole house
Located between the market place and the castle. It is set in the heart of the medieval city centre. Traditional German cuisine, next to a working brewery.
Steakhouse: There are not many steakhouses in Germany, but this is one of the better ones. succulent steaks, cooked to your tastes, highly recommended.
International Cuisine: A rustic, warm atmosphere, with a lovely beer garden and seating outside the front which overlooks a beautiful quiet street.
Italian Cuisine: Bright and clean corner restaurant, just off the old market square. Warm welcome to all and accommodating with languages.
This hotel offers stylish in a quiet location near the center of the historic city of Quedlinburg in the Harz Mountains.
Bistro Style. Decor from the turn of the century. Very cosy. Unfortunately they do not take credit cards.
Traditional German cuisine presented in a modern style. Beautiful setting located behind a church.
Cafe, Bakery: Beautiful cheescakes, slightly pricey but the large portions make up for this.
Italian cuisine in the evenings only. Parking, beer garden, non-smoking area, dogs allowed.
Tavern style, very relaxed with a beautiful summer terrace to enjoy in the warm weather.
German Cuisine: Clean, spacious A la Carte restaurant.
Quedlinburg, located on the northern boundary of the Harz Mountains National Park, it was once at the centre of the German Empire. Today it is one of Europe's best preserved medieval renaissance towns. It features a rare combination of ancient and modern historical treasures. In 1992 it was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Almost all of the buildings in the town centre are timber framed, some dating back to the 16th Century. It is a sight not to be missed, walking through the narrow alleys and streets around the town square and seeing all the colourful painted old houses. In the innermost parts of the town a wide selection of timber framed buildings from at least five different centuries are to be found, including a 14th century structure, one of Germany's oldest. Fortunately Quedlinburg did not suffer too much damage during WW2 and preservation orders were put on a large number of these properties. If you wish to learn more about the timber framed buildings of the region, a trip to the Fachwerkmuseum Standebau in one of Germany's oldest half timbered houses (1310) is a must.
A highlight of Quedlinburg is the castle (schlossberg) perched above the city, of which the centre piece is the recently restored baroque Blue Hall (blue Halle).