Bad Harzburg is the largest spa town in the Harz mountains.
Its sheltered location on the northern edge of the Harz makes for pleasant climatic conditions.
For more than 100 years, the town is a nationally recognized spa and health resort.
|The Bad Harzburg Drinking Hall is a magnificent building in the style of classicism.
In 1569 the first of the seven healing springs in Bad Harzburg was been discovered below the castle hill.
With the salt production from this source began a first economic boom of the place.
In the 19th century followed the bathing activities and the tourism.
Health facilities and tourism are still even today the most important sectors of the economy in Bad Harzburg.
In the city there are several spa clinics and sanatoriums, several dozen hotels and more than 200 vacation apartments.
Bad Harzburg is a city with many parks and green spaces.
In the "Bummelallee" (shopping precinct) you have the opportunity to go for a walk in the shadow of hundreds of ancient chestnut trees.
Furthermore here invite numerous stores for shopping and many cafes and restaurants to a visit.
The landmark of the city is the classicistic drinking hall in the Bath Park.
In this building from the 19th century, with its distinctive dome there is, inter alia, an healing fountain serving of drinks.
In the new Health center guests to various therapy opportunities are available.
The focus is on the treatment of rheumatic diseases and back problems.
The offer includes, inter alia, Fango, massages, modern physical therapies, and whole-body freezing treatment.
Moreover, Bad Harzburg offers much more opportunities for all kinds of activities.
In the spa town there are several fun pools, a large Sole Thermal Baths, an international casino and numerous sports facilities.
For this purpose, inter alia, include a beautifully located golf course (18 hole course), the sports park at the racecourse, the high ropes course, a miniature golf course and tennis courts, which invite you to move.
Other sights include the Castle-Hill cable car, the castle hill with the ruins of the Harzburg, the Canossa-Pillar and for the children is directly under the castle hill the "fairytale forest".
Yet even beyond the city there is much to discover:
On a hike you can get to know the wooded and varied environment, for example, the Radau-Waterfall along the Federal Highway 4.