Soest Travel guide
Soest : Michelin's recommendations
The rapid growth and increase in wealth of this former member of the Hanseatic League can be traced to salt extraction in the Early Middle Ages, which enabled the development of trade and made Soest the unofficial capital of Westphalia. In 1444 the Soest Feud broke out: the town parted company with its feudal lord, the Archbishop of Cologne, and allied itself with the Duke of Cleves, losing its strategic trade advantages in the process. The strange greenish sandstone of its buildings contributes to Soest's unique character.
Tourist attractions Soest : Things to see and do
Propst-Nübel-Strasse 2 D - 59494 Soest
This 11C and 12C Romanesque construction is particularly intersting for its west part and its perfectly balanced and soberly adorned square tower . Inside the church we can find Romanesque frescoes, a beautiful 15C crucifix and the church treasu..
Ritterstraße D - 59494 Soest
Length, width and height are virtually identical in the nave of this beautiful 14C Gothic hall-church. Above the north doorway the stained glass window representing the Last Supper (1520) evokes local specialities (boar's head, pitchers of beer). T..
This hotel offers comfortable accommodation and free parking in the heart of historic Soest, just 200 metres from the picturesque Old Town and 1.5 kilometres from the train station. Look forward to quiet, comfortably furnished rooms at the Promodo H..
Altes Stellwerk 9 D - 59494 Soest
Featuring free parking and free wired internet, this modern motel offers brightly decorated rooms with flat-screen TV. It is a 10-minute walk from Soest Train Station. The bright, simply furnished rooms at City Motel Soest feature wooden floors, and..
Jakobistr. 75 D - 59494 Soest
This hostelry has been in existence since 1304 - it is the oldest guesthouse in Westphalia. Cosy, rustic dining rooms are concealed behind the pretty leaded windows. This establishment offers attractive, individually designed guestrooms. Some of whic..