Activities at the Romantik Hotel Braunschweiger Hof
Experience nature: Naturally beautiful wilderness
Germany's most northerly mountain range, the Harz, can be seen from miles around and stands out on the horizon. The magic of the mountains lies in their hidden treasures – misty moors, valleys with burbling streams, craggy granite cliffs and gnarled spruce trees. Hiking paths and mountain bike trails meander through the forest and across the peaks. Rivers and lakes offer great places to cool down on hot summer days. And in winter, the snow-covered wilderness attracts winter sports fans of all ages to the Harz region.
What are the unmissable attractions for visitors to the Harz region?
Classic: A walk on the Brocken, the highest peak of the Harz mountain range. Sunrise is the best time, and with the Brockenbahn train it is easy to reach the summit.
Health: Healthy walks on classified healthy climate hiking trails in the Upper Harz Water Management System, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Informative: the Rammelsberg, one of the largest ore deposits in the world, mined continuously for over 1000 years (Germany's first UNESCO World Heritage Site for technology).
Relaxing: Have a stroll around and explore the Old Town of Goslar, one of the most important and best preserved historical towns in the world.
History: Quedlinburg is a unique treasure trove of medieval churches. It is said that the first king of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation, Heinrich I, was crowned here.
Activities for young & old
- Wildcat Experience 1.00 km
- Golf club Harz 1.30 km
- Canopy pathway HARZ 1.30 km
- Hiking tour at the Brocken 13.00 km