Saxony-Anhalt is a federal state of the Federal Republic of Germany. About 2.2 million people live here. Magdeburg is the state capital.
Saxony-Anhalt has many valuable cultural monuments, palaces, castles and five UNESCO World Heritage Sites. As a travel destination, it offers bike trails, nature experiences, city tours and so we find unique impressions.
Discover travel destinations in Saxony-Anhalt
We present interesting travel destinations that we have discovered.
The Altmark is located in Saxony-Anhalt and borders the Wendland region in the north and the Prignitz region in the northeast. The holiday region is characterised by forests and heathland.
Bernburg is located in Saxony-Anhalt directly on the river Saale. A trip to Bernburg offers the opportunity to explore a residential town and the surrounding Salzlandkreis.
The Harz is a German mountain range that is one of the most popular holiday regions in Germany. Many people associate a holiday in the Harz with extensive hiking tours.
Magdeburg is the state capital of Saxony-Anhalt. The city lies at the intersection of the Elbe, Elbe-Havel and Mittelland Canal and has transformed itself from a rather unattractive industrial city into a green city attractive to tourists, ideal for a city trip to Magdeburg.
Merseburg was one of the most important cities in central Germany in the Middle Ages. Today, the city is located in the south of the federal state of Saxony-Anhalt and is best known for its chemical factory.
The residential town of Weißenfels is located on the edge of the Saale-Unstrut region in the Burgenland district, only about 32 kilometres from Leipzig. The city is one of the three largest cities in the region.
In the east of Saxony-Anhalt lies the district of Wittenberg. A region that offers a varied holiday, both historically and scenically.
In the south of the federal state of Saxony-Anhalt lies the residential city of Zeitz. The city was one of the most important cities in the Duchy of Saxony-Zeitz from 1652 to 1718 and Moritzburg Castle served as the residence of Moritz of Saxony-Zeitz.