With its central location, our hotel in Wittenberg is the perfect starting point for visits to many other historic places representing some of the most important periods in history.
8-Day Round Trip “Luther Rail”
Berlin, Wittenberg, Erfurt, Castle Wartburg, Nuremberg, Augsburg, Munich and Heidelberg: along the footsteps of Martin Luther you will visit some of Germany´s most beautiful cities on the 8-Day Rail tour from Berlin to Frankfurt Airport. A stay in our hotel is already included. For further information and booking, please visit the website of "To Europe".
The Romanesque Road
Some 1,000 years ago, this was a centre of occidental history and evidence of the Ottonians can still be found along the Romanesque Road. Seventy-two monuments at 60 locations afford a profound insight into the mediaeval world. Impressive cathedrals and churches, palaces, castles and monasteries are linked throughout Saxony-Anhalt by the more than 1,000 km long Romanesque Road. Divided into a northern and a southern route which intersect at the state capital of Magdeburg, the Romanesque Road leads one to the sites where a history rich in legend and mystery was played out. For further information, please visit the website of the Saxony-Anhalt Tourist Information.
Berlin, the German Capital
Berlin is the capital city and one of sixteen states of Germany. With a population of 3.4 million in its city limits, Berlin is the country's largest city. First documented in the 13th century, Berlin was successively the capital of the Kingdom of Prussia (1701-1918), the German Empire (1871-1918), the Weimar Republic (1919-1933) and the Third Reich (1933-1945). After the Second World War, the city was divided by the Berlin Wall from 1961-1989. Following the reunification of Germany in 1990, the city regained its status as the capital of all Germany. Berlin is a major center in European politics, culture, media, and science. For further information, please visit the website of the city of Berlin.
The Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp
The Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp operated from 1936 to 1945 during the reign of the National Socialist regime headed by Adolf Hitler. The main camp is located north of Berlin. More than 200,000 people were imprisoned in the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp between 1936 and 1945. In 1944, a sub camp of the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp opened near Wittenberg. The Sachsenhausen Memorial and Museum were opened in 1993. Opening times are daily from 8:30 am. For further information, please visit the website of the Sachsenhausen Memorial and Museum.
The Great Garden in Dresden
In Saxony's capital, landscape design and horticulture have a history extending back over centuries. Of the numerous parks in the city, the Great Garden is without doubt one of the most beautiful. Although it is now a long time since this exclusive park was the scene of princely revelries, today you can enjoy classical music on balmy summer evenings, experience magnificent firework displays or let yourself be enchanted by a performance in one of its theatres. For further information, please visit the website of the Great Garden.
The Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Wörlitz, Unesco World Heritage
The Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Wörlitz was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in November 2000. The whole Garden Kingdom is situated in the midst of the Biosphere Reserve of the Middle Elbe River in the close vicinity of the city of Lutherstadt Wittenberg and the Bauhaus city Dessau. For further information, please visit the website of the Wörlitz Information.
Eisleben was where Martin Luther, the reformer, started his journey into history. To this day, his life and times in this city and region are of great attraction to historians and tourists from all over the world. A stage for historic events, surrounded by rich farmland and rolling hills, Eisleben offers a variety of cultural sites and attractions. Convents like Helfta and St. Anne, sites of the copper mining industry, and the famous Eisleber Wiesenmarkt in September make it well worth a visit. For further information, please visit the website of Lutherstadt Eisleben.