The spa resorts
of Bad Berka and Bad Sulza lie nestled amongst wooded hills in the tranquil Ilm
valley. A broad selection of wellness regimes, together with the highest levels
of medical expertise, have turned these spas into a destination of choice for
patients from all over Germany, who flock to the brand new clinics and
sanatoriums to sample the healing effects of the saline springs and cutting-edge
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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.
TOSKANA THERMAL BATHS
“Let yourself go, switch off, immerse yourself in a world of relaxation with a heavenly mix of light, soft music and aesthetic video art. Your cares will float away as your body and mind relax.” (Wellness Magazin)
AVENDIA THERMAL BATHS
At the heart of the Hohenfelden reservoir leisure park is the Avenida thermal baths, designed in the style of the Balearics. Waterbabies of all ages will be in their element in this spacious indoor&outdoor complex with a pool area of around 1,000m².
"LOUISE" SALT-EVAPORATION WORKS
The Bad Sulza salt processing plant is the most extensive, well-preserved plant of its kind in Germany. At the ‘Louise’ salt works, respiratory tract complaints are treated using ‘sole 84’ (saline water from the well sunk in 1984).
The PeltoBad is a sauna complex of approximately 10,000m² where visitors can discover the Finnish approach to well-being and leave their everyday cares behind...
KNEIPP HYDROTHERAPY IN BAD BERKA
The holistic naturopathic treatments developed by Pastor Sebastian Kneipp can be tried out in a number of ways: in the town's modern hydrotherapy facilities as well as on the new circular Kneipp trail.