Vacation Apartment in Wetzlar - 431 sqft, nice, functional, clean (# 216)
Apartment for one or two people in a quiet district of Wetzlar (Nauborn). Easy access to Old Town and its astonishing architecture. Features a living/bedroom with a fireplace, a separate kitchen, and a bathroom with shower., key advantages: nice, functional, clean, 1 living/family room, , fully equipped kitchen, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, There is also additional street parking available for this object,
This quiet apartment is located in Nauborn, a quiet district of Wetzlar. It has quick access to downtown (5 min.) and the city limits (0.5 km).
This functional apartment features its own entrance, living/bedroom with a fireplace, a fully-equipped separate kitchen, and a bathroom with shower.
Location Frankfurt Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Frankfurt Airport. From Frankfurt Airport the distance to the unit at Westerwaldstraße 15, 35580 Wetzlar is about 82 km (51.2 miles), approximately a 55 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Wetzlar, 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 $62-$60 for 1 person. No final cleaning fee
Unit Size: 431 square feet
Additional Features: Central Heating, Oven, Dish Washer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Toaster, Washing Machine, Television
Located in the basement of a building surrounded by beautiful old-growth trees.
Some of the many sights of Wetzlar's Old Town:
* a half-timbered house from 1356
* the "Old Coin" (Alte Münze) at the Iron Market
* the Römische Kaiser (15th c.); a former theatre and ballroom
* the Deutschordenshof town museum
* the sumptuous Palais Papius showcasing historical furniture
More travel info about Wetzlar: Wetzlar, in central Hesse, features an amazingly well-preserved and restored Old Town (Altstadt), with historic plazas, a 13th century Cathedral (Dom), and scores of historic houses. The tightly woven ensemble of the Altstadt with its half-timbered houses and stone buildings from the Romanesque (Wetzlar Cathedral), Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque eras is to a great extent as it was in the late 18th century, preserved and yet extensively restored.