All four seasons enchant in their own way
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Enjoy a relaxing stroll through Naumburg. Start at the imposing St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you can admire the impressive Uta von Naumburg and other art treasures. Stroll through the winding alleyways of the old town, past the market and the town hall, to the Wenceslas Church with its unique wine vault.
Discover the beauty of Marienburg Castle. An absolute dream when there is snow! The historic rooms give an insight into royal life in the 19th century. Stroll through the picturesque gardens, which underline the charm of this royal retreat.
It is one of the region's most important pilgrimage sites from the Baroque period: the Maria Hilf ruins. The best way to get here is by bike from Mühlheim an der Donau. A spiritual place awaits you, which is also a wonderful photo backdrop.
This charming train takes around an hour to conquer the 17 or so kilometres up to Germany’s highest town, Oberwiesenthal. You’ll be spoilt with lovely views over this spa resort and as far as the Bohemian ridge as you head back down through the snow-covered Fichtenwald forest. A must for any keen walker!
At 1,141 metres, Mount Brocken is the highest peak in northern Germany. You can see for miles from here on a clear day, but when the summit is veiled in mist, you might be overcome by a sense of the supernatural. The great German poets Goethe and Heinrich Heine certainly were. The easiest way to reach the top is on the Brockenbahn railway.
A fresh take on classical music. The Konzerthaus Berlin offers unforgettable concerts in sumptuous surroundings. Our tip: Every Wednesday afternoon, the Espresso Concerts feature musicians from the Konzerthaus orchestra and young upcoming talents playing 45 minutes of classical music. A tasty cup of espresso is included with the concert. So, what are you waiting for? Thanks to @loewe7 for this musical insight.