Here you will find practical tips and further information for your stay.
is a charming city in Saxony known for its historic buildings and green spaces. There are many sights worth visiting here. In this text, I will introduce some of the best attractions in Flöha
The Hetzdorfer Viaduct in the Falkenau district is an impressive structure that should not be missed. The bridge was built in 1851 and is now a cultural monument. It is 36 meters high and 300 meters long, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.
Another highlight in Flöha
is the Georgenkirche, built in the 15th century. The church is an example of Saxon late Gothic architecture and impresses with its imposing tower and beautiful windows. The interior of the church is also worth seeing, including a pulpit from the 17th century.
Those interested in half-timbered buildings should take a walk through Flöha
's old town. Here, there are many well-preserved half-timbered houses from the 16th to 18th centuries to admire.
Another interesting destination in Flöha
is the industrial site Alte Baumwolle. Here, you can see how the textile industry used to work in Saxony. There is an exhibition with historical machines and tools as well as guided tours of the site.
For nature lovers, a visit to the park next to the cotton spinning mill is recommended. Here, you can go for a walk, have a picnic or simply enjoy nature.
also has much to offer culturally. The Geological Collection at Samuel-von-Pufendorf-Gymnasium is one of the largest of its kind in Saxony and displays a variety of minerals and rocks from the region.
A special architectural highlight in Flöha
is the blue wave, a pedestrian and bicycle bridge over B 173 and the railway. The bridge was awarded the German Bridge Construction Prize in 2012 and offers a great view of the city.
There is also no shortage of memorials in Flöha
. The monument at the entrance of the Flöha
plant of Oberlungwitzer Textilwerke GmbH commemorates the concentration camp prisoners who were victims of forced labor during World War II. Some were hanged in the factory courtyard.
Another memorial relief can be found at the Plaue gymnasium in Flöha
-Süd, which recalls the history of the place.
On the Waldfriedhof Flöha
-Süd, there are also graves for four unknown Poles who were abducted to Germany during World War II and became victims of forced labor.
For those looking for a cozy accommodation after an eventful day in Flöha
, alexxanders Hotel & Boardinghouse is recommended. The hotel
enjoys a central yet quiet location in Chemnitz, just a short walk from the city center and main train station. The spacious rooms are stylishly furnished and the in-house restaurant offers excellent food.
offers many interesting sights for visitors of all ages and interests. Whether you are interested in history, architecture or nature – there is something for everyone here!
*This text has been compiled and rewritten from various sources. Unfortunately, errors and mistakes cannot be completely ruled out. Please understand if there is an error or if a sight is a bit further away. For your travel planning, please also consider other sources. Of course, we will correct any errors immediately. Feel free to send us an email with your correction suggestions. We would be very grateful for that.