Gotha Travel guide
Gotha : Michelin's recommendations
Gotha, mentioned for the first time in 775, was a highly prosperous town in the 15C and 16C thanks to its extensive trading relations. Between 1640 and 1918 it was the seat of the Duchy of Saxe-Gotha. The Almanach of Gotha, which published the genealogies of the nobility, made it famous the world over. The market place is lined with burghers' houses from various periods, and extends right up to the castle. The hotel, a fine Renaissance building, and the castle overlooking the town are all worth visiting.
Tourist attractions Gotha : Things to see and do
Schloss D - 99867 Gotha
The huge, English-style park consists of a magnificent wooded area and an orangery built between 1747 and 1767. It is a beautiful place for walks.
D - 99867 Gotha
This Baroque castle was completed in 1655. Though it has an austere exterior, it offers the most delightful visit inside, with over thirty rooms in the Baroque, Rococo and Classical styles. In addition to magnificent floors in marquetry, original stu..
Pfortenwallgasse 1 D - 99867 Gotha
This peaceful, yet centrally located hotel in Gotha is conveniently close to many local historical attractions, such as the Eckhof Theatre and the underground vaults of the Friedrichstal Palace. The 3-star Altstadt Hotel Athos’s comfortably furnish..
Bahnhofstraße 16 D - 99867 Gotha
The Waldbahn Hotel in Gotha provides quiet rooms, a traditional restaurant and a private bowling alley. It is a 2-minute walk from Gotha Train Station and is surrounded by the beautiful Thuringian Forest. Every room at the 4-star Waldbahn Hotel incl..
Jüdenstrasse 27 D - 99867 Gotha
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Dating from the 13th century, the Augustinerkloster is a peaceful monastery located in the centre of Gotha. It provides basic yet modern rooms, a café and a library. Guests at the monastery can take time out to visit the Augustine Church and Sacrist..