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Top Things to Do in Bad Sooden-Allendorf 2020



32 things to do found in Bad Sooden-Allendorf
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TauberbischofsheimNearby City

4/53 Reviews
"With the Town Hall Square as the core, there are many medieval churches and typical German truss houses. There are not so many tourists on the square. The car parked underground behind the city hall, and I don't know if it will be charged. Did not see the Franken bottle described in the manual."

WernigeroedeNearby City

5/53 Reviews
"This place is "Wernigerode". It is a small town. If I hadn't read about this small place in an article, I wouldn't have set my "travel destination" in this place. The small town of Wernigerode is located at the foot of the famous Harz Mountain in north-central Germany. The steam train to the main peak of the Harz Mountain, Brocken, departs from this town. It is said that many hikers who go to the Harz Mountains also put "rest stops" in this small place. I decided to go to this small town entirely because of my reading. There is a text saying that the famous German thinker Goethe particularly liked this place. In Goethe's life, he came to this small town three times and spent a long time studying and writing here. I wondered, what Goethe likes, shouldn't it be wrong?"

WeikersheimNearby City

3/51 Reviews
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"Weikersheim is a town in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. The total area is 80.92 square kilometers and the total population is 7,356, including 3,614 males and 3742 females (December 31, 2011). The population density is 91 people per square kilometer."

LuenenNearby City

3/53 Reviews
"The old town retains the same scenery as it was hundreds of years ago."

SchelfstadtNearby City

4.3/56 Reviews
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"The small town of Scherff on the outskirts of Schwerin is very old, and the buildings here have an obvious Baroque architectural style. The town has winding ancient streets. Walking here seems to have gone through a century of time and came to medieval Europe. It is very emotional and is definitely suitable for taking pictures."
Asbach Visitors Center

Asbach Visitors CenterNearby City


MonschauNearby City

4.4/524 Reviews
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Open 24 hours (Local time)
"The first time I went to the small town of Monschau in Monschau was the summer when I just arrived in Germany four years ago. When I came back with the same Humboldt green hat, I couldn't see the same scenery. It can be regarded as a revisit after another four years of life and university. There are places that I miss when I leave, but when I go back, I suddenly understand why I left. The mask control in Germany is indeed much stricter than that in the Netherlands. It’s just that you have to wear a mask when you enter McDonald’s, but you still have to take it off when you eat [Onlooker]"
Weingut Anselmann

Weingut AnselmannNearby City

ta-iconbased on 55 reviews
Open on Sun,9:00am-8:30pm;Open on Mon-Sat,8:00am-8:30pm (Local time)
Landgoed Kaamps

Landgoed KaampsNearby City

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Hertog Jan Brouwerij

Hertog Jan BrouwerijNearby City

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