Things to see and do - Stade
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Stade Travel guide
Stade : Michelin's recommendations
Situated on the navigable stretch of the Schwinge, which flows into the Elbe to the northeast, Stade rivalled Hamburg as a port in the Middle Ages. The Swedes occupied the town during the Thirty Years War and transformed it during 70 years of occupation into a garrison stronghold and administrative centre, the capital of their northern German territory. Most of the beautiful old town was built after 1659, the year of the great fire that destroyed two thirds of the town's dwellings.
Tourist attractions Stade : Things to see and do
Hökerstraße. Bäckerstraße. Bungenstraße D - 21682 Stade
The old town is renowned for the quantity and the quality of its half-timbered houses, each of which is more beautiful than the other. Like most of the buildings in the old town, the majority were rebuilt after the great fire of 1659 which destroyed ..
Wasser West 39 D - 21682 Stade
The building contains collections that evoke the commercial history of Stade and its system of fortifications. The prehistory section exhibits four bronze wheels dating from 700 BC.
Wasser Ost D - 21682 Stade
To each side of this winding basin very beautiful and meticulously restored houses make up a setting that makes us dream of how the town must have looked in the 17C.
Große Schmiedestr. 14 D - 21682 Stade
Just 500 metres from Stade Train Station, this 4-star hotel offers private parking, free internet terminals and free Wi-Fi in public areas. Hamburg is 60 minutes away by train or car. All rooms at the Ramada Hotel Herzog Widukind Stade feature satel..
Schiffertorsstraße 8 D - 21682 Stade
Prix Prices from : 79 €
This 4-star hotel offers stylish accommodation in the heart of the historical old harbour town of Stade, just north of Hamburg and next to the Culture and Congress Centre. The spacious rooms of the Parkhotel Stader Hof are equipped with internet acc..
Fischmarkt 2 D - 21682 Stade