Things to see and do - Weimar
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Weimar is the undisputed “capital of German classicism”. The whole city evokes the memory of its past geniuses: in this city Cranach painted his last major work, Bach was chapel master, Liszt directed the opera, Nietzsche ended his days, and Goethe lived for more than twenty years. The town has retained a provincial charm which adds to its attraction, with narrow streets lined with colourful houses, the town hall square where a lively market takes place every day, and a castle surrounded by landscaped gardens.
Tourist attractions Weimar : Things to see and do
Frauenplan D - 99423 Weimar
Goethe lived in this Frauenplan Baroque house for more than twenty years, from 1809 to his death in 1832. The interior is for the most part the way he left it. The living rooms, workroom and library are all open to the public. An annex has been turne..
Beethovenplatz D - 99423 Weimar
This residence was Goethe's favourite retreat. The great man lived here from 1776 to 1782. It was here that he drafted many manuscripts, including certain parts of Iphigenia.
Belvedere Allee D - 99423 Weimar
Weimar is a city with plenty of parks and gardens. A green belt runs from Tiefurt to Belvedere, with, at its centre, the park laid out along the Ilm, just a stone's throw from the city centre. In designing this landscaped garden, Goethe's aim was not..
Geleitstr. 8-12 D - 99423 Weimar
This family-run hotel is in the centre of the historic town of Weimar, near the Weimar National Theatre and a short walk from all of Weimar's major attractions. Wi-Fi is free for guests. The 3-star-superior Hotel Anna Amalia offers cosy en suite acc..
Lisztstraße 1 D - 99423 Weimar
This quietly located 3-star hotel is only 5 minutes from Weimar's city centre and enjoys easy connections to the railway station, trade fair, airport and motorway. The Hotel Liszt offers functional but cosy rooms with en suite facilities, a lift a..
Puschkinstraße 1 D - 99423 Weimar
Featuring free WiFi, a restaurant and a terrace, Grande Albergo Giancarlo offers pet-friendly accommodation in Weimar, 100 metres from Schiller's Home. Guests can enjoy the on-site snack bar. The rooms include a flat-screen TV. Certain rooms feature..
Frauentorstr. 23 D - 99423 WEIMAR
Evidence proves that Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was a regular customer at this historic inn. It has been lovingly restored and has a cosy, rustic ambience in which down-to-earth Thuringian food is served.
Goetheplatz 2 D - 99423 WEIMAR
Take a table in the elegant dining room in a side wing of the Russischer Hof, at a window if you so desire, and sample the good seasonal cuisine prepared by Andreas Scholz. Favourites include saddle and braised shank of salt-meadow lamb with thyme se..
Am Eisfeld D - 99423 Weimar
After you have visited this Weimar institution you will finally understand the term 'Klossmarie' (Dumpling Mary). The food here is very traditional and comes in huge portions - the homemade dumplings are a must!
Prellerstr. 2 D - 99423 WEIMAR
With its original wood panelling and parquet floor, this 1909 restaurant, once popular among the Weimer art scene, still has a traditional character. Fresh international cuisine and finely laid tables. Bright, cheerful rooms in Bauhaus-style.
Markt 19 D - 99423 WEIMAR
No one can fail to be impressed by this history-steeped setting. It has a mighty cross-vaulted ceiling that once looked down on great German playwright Wolfgang Goethe. Thüringen specialities.
Markt 19 D - 99423 WEIMAR
The setting at Anna Amalie may be traditional, but the cuisine is definitely modern. Marcello Fabbri's excellent food, which reveals a pleasing Mediterranean influence, combines high quality ingredients that are perfectly matched and beautifully pres..