1. Goslar

The world heritage city of Goslar with its beautiful historic old town and its cultural treasures is a fascinating destination. Stroll through the medieval streets, be impressed by the monumental imperial palace or visit the 1000-year-old Rammelsberg ore mine, one of the most original industrial heritage museums in Europe. Here you will also find the “Casino Rammelsberg” for a small snack in between.


2. Bad Harzburg

As a venerable spa town with resort architecture, Bad Harzburg is worth a visit. The treetop path as a new tourist highlight or the golf course, casino and the Burgberg cable car offer a wide range of possibilities. In addition, various events such as the Harzburg Race Week or the Salt and Light Festival invite you to visit.

Bad Harzburg Baumwipfelpfad
Bad Harzburg Blick
Bad Harzburg Wandelhalle

3. Wernigerode

With its stylishly restored half-timbered houses, Wernigerode exerts a magical attraction on tourists. The town hall or the castle enthroned above the city are well-known sights. The route network of the “Harzer Schmalspurbahnen” begins in Wernigerode, which takes historical steam trains through the magnificent Harz landscape or up to the Brocken summit.

Wernigerode Schlossblick
Wenigerode Rathaus

4. Harz nature

Breathtaking landscapes such as the Harz Mountains are best experienced on a hike along the 8,000-kilometer network of trails or on a mountain bike tour through the “Volksbank Arena Harz”. The Harz foothills and the hilly Harz outskirts also invite you to relaxed bike tours without peak performance. In winter there are a variety of offers such as cross-country skiing, alpine skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing or winter hiking.

Bodetal Blick Harz
Blick zum Brocken Harz
Kranicher Teich