16 towns and 10 historical sites in the Weser Mountains region have come together to act under the brand "Historisches Weserbergland". Coordinated by the association Weserbergland Tourismus e.V. (phone: +49 (0) 51 51 / 93 00 0; e-mail: email@example.com), 16 towns and 10 sites have joined together.
Bad Münder, Hameln, Hann. Münden, Bückeburg, Stadthagen, Rinteln, Hessisch Oldendorf, Dassel, Stadtoldendorf, Holzminden, Höxter, Einbeck, Bodenwerder, Uslar, Lügde, Bad Pyrmont are the historical towns.
The historical sites are the monastery church of Lippoldsberg - the Klosterkirche Lippoldsberg, the Pyrmont Castle, the Hämelschenburg Castle, the Bückeburg Palace, the Schaumburg Castle, the Fürstenberg Castle, the Fischbeck Abbey, the Bevern Castle, PS Speicher Einbeck as well as the UNESCO World Heritage Fagus Factory.
Under the slogan "Traces of the past – a real experience" the "Historisches Weserbergland" combines the stories and the history of a region to an unforgettable adventure of that time. Immerse yourself in history and write your own story in the Weser Mountains.
The five themed worlds: lifelines, culture trails, religious paths, adventure spots and wandering for epicures are the basis for the brand.
Furthermore, the foundation for the brand launch was the creation and development of quality standards. Every town and site had to undergo a quality check. Afterwards the deficits were eliminated in a process of 2 years and fixed quality criteria were defined. The compliance and implementation of the quality standards are verified and optimised in regular intervals. Thus, you can expect a high quality degree in all historical towns and sites of the Weser Mountains.
Browse the website www.historisches-weserbergland.de for more information.
You can also download all sightseeing tours as pdf-file in the WeserberglandNavigator free-of-charge.