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Discover the picturesque town of Bad Langensalza, a jewel in the heart of the Thuringian heartland. This over 1000 year old town, nestled in the triangle of cities Mühlhausen - Erfurt Eisenach and on the edge of the Hainich National Park, is a paradise for culture, wellness and nature lovers.
Stroll through the historic old town with its picturesque half-timbered houses, surrounded by a well-preserved city wall. Experience the town's rich cultural heritage at the annual medieval town festival with arts and crafts market.
Enjoy the healing powers of the sulfur springs at the Friederiken Spa, a modern wellness center offering a variety of health and wellness treatments.
Explore the city's ten parks and themed gardens, including the exotic Japanese Garden "Kofuku No Niwa - Garden of Bliss, the fragrant Rose Garden, and the history-filled Arboretum. Each garden is unique and offers an oasis of tranquility and beauty.
In addition, the wild cat village Hütscheroda also attracts nature lovers. Not only four wild cats live in the village, but also some lynxes and mice. The wildcat is the symbolic heraldic animal of the Hainich, and during the daily moderated show feedings you can experience up close that these fascinating animals are no ordinary cuddly kittens.
In the immediate vicinity of Bad Langensalza stretches the enchanting Unstrut Cycle Path, a paradise for all bicycle enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. The cycle path is a real treasure, inviting you to relaxed rides and unforgettable adventures, making our city an ideal starting point for unforgettable experiences on two wheels.
Just 10 kilometers from Bad Langensalza lies the Hainich National Park, a true natural paradise often referred to as the "primeval forest in the middle of Germany". The Hainich is the largest contiguous deciduous forest area in Germany and has been part of the UNESCO World Natural Heritage since 2011. Here you can explore the unspoiled nature on numerous signposted hiking trails and adventure paths. One highlight is the treetop trail on the northeastern edge of the national park, which allows visitors to literally dive into the treetops and experience nature from a completely new perspective. At the end of the treetop trail, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Hainich and the Thuringian Basin from a platform 44 meters above the ground. The treetop trail is easily accessible by various means of transportation, and a hiking bus service is available on weekends and holidays.
In the immediate vicinity of the treetop trail, a cozy log cabin at Thiemsburg Castle invites you to linger, where you can indulge in delicious dishes such as homemade stew, Thuringian grilled sausage and fresh Thuringian sheet cake. For the youngest guests there is an adventure playground where they can let off steam.