Strolls along the river Ilm, castles and manors galore, following in the footsteps of Goethe and Napoleon: there are a lot of well-marked walking trails on offer in the Weimarer Land region.
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Apolda is the administrative centre of the Weimarer Land district.
Gentle hills and dense deciduous and conifer woodlands surround the town, which has made a name for itself as a centre of utmost medicinal expertise far beyond the boundaries of Germany...
The spa and wine-growing town of Bad Sulza enjoys a picturesque location on the banks of the river Ilm...
Blankenhain is situated in a basin on the Ilm-Saale plateau. You can visit Blankenhain Palace or enjoy a shopping experience at the Weimar Porcelain Manufactory.
The best-known historical landmarks in the ‘town of two castles' are the impressive Oberschloss (Upper Castle) and the romantic Niederburg Castle opposite, with its falcon centre...
Small but great: museums, palaces, parks and gardens - to discover Weimar's past means discover Germany's history and culture. There are many ways to do so.
The Goethe Trail leads ramblers through 28km of charming countryside from Weimar to Grosskochberg Castle...
MARIA PAVLOVNA TRAIL
Maria Pavlovna Trail: The history of the trail starts in 1822 when Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna expressed a wish to build a path between Tiefurt House and Kromsdorf Palace...
NAPOLEON CYCLE TRAIL AND FOOT PATH
The Napoleon cycle trail and footpath represent a unique way of combining walking with history...
It starts in Apolda, leading along the Schötener Bach brook and unspoilt Schötener Promenade, now a conservation area. Here, you'll find two lakes...
The 410km long trail crosses the entire region from east to west, giving ramblers the chance to enjoy its many historical, cultural, geological and scenic delights...
VITALPARCOURS BAD BERKA
Get active, get walking in Bad Berka: We can't live forever, but we can live life to the full!
THURINGIAN THREE TOWERS TRAIL
A treat not to be missed is the 28km Thuringian Three Towers Trail, which has been awarded the Wanderbares Deutschland seal of approval from the German Ramblers' Association.