Bad Oldesloe

Switch off in the peat bath

There are records from over 200 years ago that people took brine, peat and sulphur baths in the wellness establishments of Bad Oldesloe in southern Holstein. The small, idyllic city between Hamburg and Lübeck still draws the health conscious, nature enthusiasts and those in need of relaxation today.

Wide reaching parkland, tree-lined avenues and countless hiking routes through the untouched, water-crossed landscape offer a chance to relax and recover from the stressful day-to-day life.

TRYP by Wyndham Bad Oldesloe
TRYP by Wyndham Bad Oldesloe
Conference hotel in Bad Oldesloe, ideally located close to the cities of Hamburg, Lübeck and Kiel
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Hike, go on a pilgrimage, canoe

There are plenty of opportunities to get out and about in and around Bad Oldesloe: The Way of St. James and many other trails lead through Bad Oldesloe and the surrounding area. The River Trave, 124 kilometres long,

has remained virtually untouched, and is a canoeing paradise - even for the inexperienced. In the Mennokate, a listed building dating back to the middle of the 16th century, prints and writings from the reformer Menno Simons are on show, as well as information about the Mennonites.

Historical Town Hall Historic city of Bad Oldesloe | © creative commons
Mennokate Mennokate Bad Oldesloe | © creative commons
Canoeing Bad Oldesloe kanufahren | © Fotolia
Schloss Blumendorf Castle Schloss Blumendorf Bad Oldesloe | © creative commons