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Wolfenbüttel Travel guide
Wolfenbüttel : Michelin's recommendations
For three centuries Wolfenbüttel was the seat of the dukes of Brunswick and Lüneburg until the court transferred to Brunswick in 1753. The precise, spacious plan of the small town with its die-straight streets linking large symmetrical squares, makes it one of the finest examples of Renaissance town planning in Germany.
Tourist attractions Wolfenbüttel : Things to see and do
Schlossplatz D - 38304 Wolfenbüttel
We reach the castle via an attractive narrow street bordered with arcades and known as the Krambuden. Originally a stronghold conquered by Henry the Lion, the building was subjected to many transformations before finally evolving into the present Bar..
Stadtmarkt D - 38300 Wolfenbüttel
On the north and west side of the square, the town hall comprises several houses. The Weights and Measures Office has a distinctive arched doorway surmounted with King Solomon's Edict and the Wolfenbüttel coat of arms. A statue of Duke Augustus the Y..
Klosterstr. D - 38300 Wolfenbüttel
Built in 1608, this Protestant church is laid out like a Gothic church with very high windows and pointed vaulting, but it also has features characteristic of the Late Renaissance. Note the lateral gables with the pediment embellished with niches. Th..
Bahnhofstrasse 9 D - 38300 Wolfenbüttel
This 3-star hotel opposite the Forum Wolfenbüttel shopping centre offers free parking and soundproofed rooms. Wolfenbüttel Train Station is a 2-minute walk away. Renovated in 2011, the modern rooms of the Rilano 24/7 Hotel Wolfenbüttel are non-smoki..
Brauergildenstr. 5 D - 38300 Wolfenbüttel (Niedersachsen)
The Stadthotel Bayrischer Hof is a cosy old timbered house decorated with warm colours and lots of wood. The restaurant offers a sumptuous variety of Bavarian and international dishes.
Alter Weg 47 D - 38302 Wolfenbüttel (Niedersachsen)
The hotel Landhaus Dürkop is a quiet family hotel that offers a modern and comfortable atmosphere.