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Leonardo Hotel Weimar

Belvederer Allee 25a, 99425 Weimar
Quiet location yet close to the city centre
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Weimar

For a small residential city, Weimar’s got a big history. Goethe, Schiller, Bach and Liszt all called Weimar home, and the city is the birthplace of the important cultural and literary movement, Weimar classicism. Weimar is also where the influential 20th century art movement Bauhaus was born, now celebrated in a museum that draws tourists from all over the world. If you’re looking for hotels in Weimar, Leonardo Weimar is a stylish, conveniently located place to stay.

Get your bearings

A trip to Weimar would be remiss without a visit to the city centre, where cobbled streets wind around beautifully preserved historic buildings, many of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. On the outskirts, a visit to the beautiful Baroque Belvedere Castle is also a must. In pleasing contrast to these traditional structures lies the new Bauhaus Museum on Theaterplatz, which celebrates the famous design school and features the world’s oldest collection of Bauhaus objects.

Don’t miss

Weimar boasts a number of restaurants, from Michelin-starred fine dining establishments to family-friendly local taverns. For a quintessentially German dining experience, featuring dishes such as Thüringer Bratwurst and Thüringer Klöse (potato dumplings) in cosy surrounds, head to Scharfe Ecke Weimar on Eisfeld.

While you’re there

For a sobering reflection on history visit Buchenwald Memorial, a former concentration camp on the outskirts of Weimar. The onsite museum offers a sombre account of the war crimes committed there, and guided tours are also available.

For a small residential city, Weimar’s got a big history. Goethe, Schiller, Bach and Liszt all called Weimar home, and the city is the birthplace of the...
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