Here you will find practical tips and further information for your stay.
is a city in Thuringia known for its historical buildings and natural beauty. One of the oldest attractions in the city is the St. Veit's Church, a medieval structure from the 13th century. After years of decay, it was extensively restored from 1990 and now serves as a venue for exhibitions, concerts, and weddings. The Marienkirche, on the other hand, was built in the 12th century and has been the church of the Artern
Protestant parish since the Reformation.
Another highlight of the city is the nature and herb garden at the former Westbahnhof, which houses various themed gardens such as the Germanic garden or the dye garden. Here one can embark on a journey through the world of herbs and learn a lot about their use in cooking and medicine.
Other attractions include the neo-Baroque town hall, the Goetheahnenhaus, and Salinepark on the Unstrut River. In Salinepark, there are a variety of trees and plants, including rare prehistoric mammoth trees and halophytes. The park cemetery is a botanical attraction with a brine spring that feeds Europe's smallest nature reserve. In the park, there is a brine swimming pool, bowling and skittle alleys, as well as the Aratora gallery.
For water sports enthusiasts, there is the Unstrut lock in Artern
, the largest Unstrut lock in the region. Here paddlers and motorboats alike can enjoy leisure activities.
hosts its Fountain Festival, Onion Market, and St. Nicholas Market. These events attract many visitors from near and far and offer a colorful program for young and old.
For those seeking a cozy accommodation after an eventful day in Artern
, Hotel-Restaurant Weinberg
is recommended. The family-run hotel
is located on the slope of an old vineyard overlooking the city of Artern
on the Unstrut. The rooms are comfortably furnished and offer everything one needs for a pleasant stay. The traditional restaurant spoils its guests with regional specialties, and on the charming terrace, one can end the evening with a glass of wine.
offers its visitors a mix of history, nature, and culture. Whether strolling through the historic streets or embarking on a discovery tour in the nature and herb garden - everyone will find something to their liking here.
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