Oh, the things you'll see in Osterode am Harz. Between Bergbaumuseum Lautental, Upper Harz Mining Museum and Grenzstreifen zwischen Teistungen und Ecklingerode, you may never get bored.
You may, however, need to rest your tired feet (and head). That's where Orbitz's 5 hotels come in. Most rate highly for Amenities and Room cleanliness, meaning you'll have little trouble finding a nice, cozy room to tuck into — as near or as far from the action as you'd like.Things to do in Osterode am Harz
It's easy to get out and enjoy yourself in Osterode am Harz. Hochseilgarten Northeim is perhaps the ultimate in family fun, where visitors of all ages can get their adrenaline pumping on some thrilling rides and indulge in tasty snacks.
Need to let loose? Let the experienced professionals at SWN Stadtwerke Northeim GmbH and Frau Dagmar Becker pamper you into a state of relaxation.Best times to visit Osterode am Harz
Orbitz offers some great deals all year round, but you can really stretch your travel budget during November, December and July. These months offer respective savings of about 73%, 67% and 64%.Where to party in Osterode am Harz
Don't want to turn in early? Grab a cold brew or mixed drink at Bistro Merlin.Outdoor activities in Osterode am Harz
Grenzstreifen zwischen Teistungen und Ecklingerode and Iberg Dripstone Cave are good options for spending some time outdoors in Osterode am Harz while breathing in that fresh air.Outdoor activities in Osterode am Harz
Grenzstreifen zwischen Teistungen und Ecklingerode and Iberg Dripstone Cave are good options for spending some time outdoors in Osterode am Harz while breathing in that fresh air.Getting to Osterode am Harz
Leaving on a jet plane? It will probably land at Flugplatz Bad Gandersheim, a major transportation hub for the area.Where to eat in Osterode am Harz
After shopping or sightseeing all day, a hearty meal may be in order. Break bread and rest your tired feet at Ratsstuben-Restaurant, Baronesse and Chinatown.Art and culture in Osterode am Harz
Any destination has a roster of must-sees, and museums are usually at the top of the list. In Osterode am Harz, for instance, the exhibits at Bergbaumuseum Lautental and Upper Harz Mining Museum offer up their cultural and historical insights to visitors.
Sample some of Osterode am Harz's best educational offerings, which are hidden between the covers of the books at Vedes Spiel+Freizeit Breustedt.Where to shop in Osterode am Harz
The accessories at Eigenart - Schmuckwerkstatt will put a finishing touch on all kinds of looks.
Media Markt Goslar offers up the latest tech to window shoppers and serious enthusiasts.
I love this hotel! It has so many neat little nuances like the train that delivers drinks in the restaurant, the immaculate rooms and common area, the comfortable bed, the large windows that allow you to hear the trains if you want or not, they are that good. The location is wonderful! It's right next to the steam train depot which transforms you back to a bygone era. The trains take you up to the top of Brocken Mountain and beautiful hiking in Harz National Park. It's a couple blocks from shopping and restaurants in the picturesque city center of Wernigerode. The restaurant has wonderful food! We stayed 3 nights and had dinner there twice! There is a patio out the front door to enjoy a beer or a little nook on the second floor to watch the night settle in. The beer on tap was amazing! I love the staff and the accommodations. We would highly recommend the Hotel Altora to everyone. Request a room in front to enjoy the view of the beautiful hillside and trains, or if you're looking for a silent stay, request a room in the back.
Nice hotel with perfect location on the market square in Goslar. Walk out of the hotel to many sights in this town filled with beautiful churches, a palace, and many half-timbered houses.
The hotel is conveniently located across the street from the train station. The hotel also provides free bus tickets for travel within Gottingen. However, the city is reletively small, so you can get to downtown on foot within 10-15 minutes. You can reach the Goethe Institut on Merkelstrasse by foot in 30-35 minutes. The hotel is clean. The breakfast buffet is extremely large (yogurt, fruit, coffee, tea, eggs, bacon, assorted meats and cheeses, assorted breads, cereal, and coffee.) The cost for breakfast is around 7 Euros per person. Parking spaces are also available free of charge for those traveling by car. The hotel staff do not all speak English. I studied German, so I was able to communicate, but on three occaissions, it was necessary to communicate in only German.