Vacation Apartment in Weimar - quiet, central location, comfortable and lovingly furnished (# 2567)
The apartment is centrally located and and is quiet. It is just 400 meters from the Deutschen Nationaltheater and old town of Weimar. The apartment is ideal for two people as well as one child under 6 years of age., key advantages: quiet, central location, comfortable and lovingly furnished, 1 large living/family room, 1 separate dining room, fully equipped kitchen, upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, spacious design, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is conveniently located directly in the center and downtown area of Weimar, , There is parking in front of the house available for this object, There is also additional street parking available for this object,
* Large sofa bed for two persons
* Extra bed for child under 6 years is possible
* Dining table for 4 persons
* TV with cable connection
* Fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator, stove with ceramic hob and oven, coffee maker, etc.
* Bathroom with shower and toilet
* Bikes on request
* The price per night includes VAT and all costs
* Minimum stay is two nights.Bed linen and towels can be booked for 8.00 € per week.
Location Erfurt Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Erfurt Airport. From Erfurt Airport the distance to the unit at Abraham-Lincoln-Strasse 11, 99423 Weimar is about 42 km (26.2 miles), approximately a 30 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Weimar, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $77-$67 for 2 persons.
Additional Features: Internet Access, Wireless Internet, Oven, Refrigerator, Television, Cable TV, DVD Player, Sofabed
Weimar has to offer something for everyone: many museums, galleries and exhibitions, the Deutsche Nationaltheater with the Staatskapelle Weimar, famous and historical buildings such as the Goethe House and Goethe Gartenhaus, castles, and sprawling parklands.
Weimar is located in the middle Ilmtal. The immediate area is ideal for hiking, biking (Ilmtalradweg) and walking.
Discover Weimar and local activities:
Weimar is becoming more than just a "cultural city" and "university town"--it is gaining in national and international importance. This is based above all by the great cultural heritage and the scenery of the city and region.
A tribute was held in 1999 in Weimar to commemorate the life and culture of the city. Since 2004, the city of Weimar has also held the title of "university town" harkening back to the earlier days of the Bauhaus and Hochschule für Musik "Franz Liszt".
Weimar's city center can easily be explored on foot on your own or through a number of public guided tours.
* Neues Museum Weimar- The museum features changing exhibitions of contemporary art of the 20th Century and a focus on the collection of Paul Maenz.
* Goethe-Nationalmuseum am Frauenplan
* Fürstengruft serves as the burial place of the Grand Ducal House of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach. Even Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Friedrich Schiller are buried in the royal crypt.
* The Goethe-Schiller archive
* The Bauhaus Museum
* The Goethe and Schiller monuments
* Weimarer Schlossmuseum in the Stadtschloß am Goethepark
* Hochschule für Musik "Franz Liszt"
* The Goethepark
* The Weimarhallenpark
* The Tiefurter Park
* Schlosspark Belvedere
* Schloss Ettersburg
* Dornburger Schlösser
* ACC Café and Restaurant
* Brasserie Central Rollplatz 8a
* Residenzcafe Weimar "Resi"
* Roxanne Internet Cafe
* Theater Café Theatre No. 1
* John Hof
* Christoph Martin Wielandplatz
* Anno 1900
* Zum Zwiebel
* Molly Mallone
* Creperie du Palais Palais
* El Niño
Weimar is easily reached by train or car: Situated on the A4 motorway and the railway line Frankfurt - Leipzig. For train travelers, we recommend the online travel service of Deutsche Bahn AG. From the station you go with either the Weimar there waiting taxis or the bus number 2 in the direction of Shakespeare Street and get off Catholic Church. When you get there, there are only a few meters to us.
More travel info about Weimar: Although Thuringia may not be on the itinerary of most American tourists, this state offers an array of very interesting cities, not the least of which is the small city of Weimar. Weimar's fame is warranted on various counts, including the fact that it was the center of the German Enlightenment and was the home of two of Germany's most prominent literary figures, Goethe and Schiller. During the 1800s and 1900s, an array of avant garde artists and composers settled in Weimar, including Franz Liszt, Wassily Kandinsky, and Walter Gropius, who first established the Bauhaus here. Lastly, the Weimar Republic was founded in Weimar, which was the site of the signing of Germany's first democratic constitution in 1918. Today, Weimar is home to numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Bauhaus University. The sites to see here are almost too many to list: German National Theater, Goethe National Museum, Schiller Museum, Nietzsche Archives, Duchess Anna Amalia Library (which has a major Shakespeare collection and the world's largest Faust collection), Liszt House, Bauhaus Museum, Buchenwald Concentration Camp Memorial, Park an der Ilm (a UNESCO site), the German Bee Museum, and the Gauforum at Weimarplatz (the only realized Nazi government district outside of Berlin). It is easy to catch a train from Weimar and reach other rich cultural cities, including Leipzig (50 miles) and Erfurt (only 15 minutes by train).