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We have walked around the town for an afternoon and it has been really exiting. There are so many things to see... The old houses, the quaint shops, bars, restaurants and cafes. I'm going to do it again tomorrow.
We took the train, which runs almost every hour from 10 to 16 and costs 6 per adult and 3.5 per child. It takes around 45 minutes and it takes you around altstadt quedlinburg where you can see beautiful typical german houses. Worth the money...More
I thought I was lucky to find a nightwatchman tour in such a lovely historiic town, but was mistaken. We purchased tickets in advance from as we later discovered the local tourist office, which called itself the 'friendy office'. I was disappointed in this tour,...More
Not sure if this tour is available in English (we took the German version). The town's night watchman takes your around the town in over two hours. He was very enthusiastic about his topic, but spoke heavily accented local German making the tour a bit...More
First of all, there exists 2 tour informations side by side on the market place number 3 and 4. One local (left) and one from unesco (right). You can simply by tikets in the office all day long. We choosed the right, cause off the...More
This city is rich in History from the time of Otto the great. It has perhaps the largest collection of near perfectly preserved home from the middles ages that one will find. The city has a number of scenic and historic churches and several very...More
if ever near this place in north germany do visit , its a must you will not be disappointed. if travelling with a motorhome there are 3 areas to park safely , can also recommended the greek restaurant in the square
Quedlinburg is amazing. It has hundreds of very old wooden construction houses, churches, and a castle on the hilltop. Some houses have inscribed dates, and some go back to 15th century. The city is on a hill, so the tourist bus is the perfect way...More