Full of interesting highlights: Charming Erfurt
Erfurt, the state capital of the Bundesland Thuringia, can look back on a long and rich history. You too can discover its impressive historic sights. Erfurt's old town, which in part dates back to the 10th century, is one of the largest and best preserved in Germany. Stately gothic churches, baroque half-timbered buildings and patricians' houses characterize the medieval setting. The mighty Dom rises above one of Europe's biggest market squares. The cathedral's interior shines with a magnificent, more than 16-meter-high altar from the 17th century. center. The Krämerbrücke over the River Gera was built in 1325, and at 120 meters is the longest built-on bridge in Europe. On top of Cyriaksberg egapark is Thuringia's most visited destination. Located on the almost 300-meter-high Cyriaksberg hill, it beckons visitors with its romantic gardens, exotic palm houses, a thrilling butterfly house and a lookout tower. From the IntercityHotel Erfurt located at the main train station, you can enjoy the very best transport connections.
Costs: € 18.-/day
FreeCityTicket in Erfurt
- You are saving 5,00€ per day
- The FreeCityTicket is valid for the Mittelthüringen: City Zone "yellow" (entire city of Erfurt)
- The closest station is "Hauptbahnhof Erfurt"
In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. Your ticket is valid throughout your stay.