Eisenach

Wartburg city in the heart of Germany

Eisenach, the Wartburg city, still radiates a kind of magical history today: It was here that Martin Luther translated the New Testament, the Wartburg Festival took place, and Wagner wrote his "Tannhäuser" opera. Johann Sebastian Bach took his first steps here, and other eminent personalities such as Telemann and Goethe spent time in the city.

Today, tourists not only walk in the steps of history within the city: the Rennsteig hiking trail is one of the most beautiful in all of Germany.

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Hotel garni Eisenach close to the highway and near the famous UNESCO World Heritage site Wartburg Castle
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On the trail of the reformer

A stay in Eisenach without a visit to the Wartburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is inconceivable. In the same way, the Eisenach Luther House, one of the oldest

timber-framed houses of the region with its affectionately arranged museum, is a worthy destination. For those interested in cars, the automobile welt eisenach is a popular attraction: Today, people can discover 115 years of Eisenach's automobile history in the former factory building.