In the east of Saxony-Anhalt lies the district of Wittenberg. A region that offers a varied holiday, both historically and scenically.
A holiday in the Wittenberg district leads many visitors to Wittenberg, the Luther city. The small old town with its history is the region’s centre of attraction.
The district also has much to offer nature lovers. The Elbe flows through the region. Beautiful floodplain landscapes characterise large parts of the natural area. In the north of the district lies the Fläming and shapes the landscape with its slightly hilly profile. Quite the opposite awaits holidaymakers in the south of the district. The Dübener Heide, one of the largest contiguous forest areas in central Germany, stretches out here.
Holiday in the Wittenberg district – great excursion tips
We have been passing the station Lutherstadt Wittenberg on our commute for ages. So one day, we just got off there. And that was a good idea!
Ferropolis – who or what and first and foremost where is Ferropolis? These were my first thoughts when we got asked to come along to watch the Fisherman’s Friend Strongman Nightrun. But if you aren’t curious you’re not going to learn anything new and so we pushed all doubts aside and went on the trip.
Travel information about the district of Wittenberg
The airport in Leizig and the airport in Berlin-Brandenburg are ideal for travelling to the region. From both airports you can reach the main railway station in Wittenberg by train.
Two regional railway lines cross at Wittenberg’s main station, which are served by ICE trains. Regional express trains also call at the station.
The A 9 motorway runs through the district in the northwest and west. Furthermore, numerous federal roads run through the region.
River cruise ships travelling on the Elbe can dock in the immediate vicinity of Wittenberg.
On the way in …
The main railway station in Wittenberg is the central hub for the region. Regional trains and suburban trains travel from there to the region.
Buses run to smaller towns in the district. Regional buses to the surrounding area have their hub on the west side of the main railway station in Wittenberg.
From Wittenberg you can take trips on the Elbe on excursion boats.
Several national and international cycle paths lead through the region: Elbe Cycle Path, European Cycle Path R1, Euro-Velo Route 7, Berlin-Leipzig Cycle Path.
The Luther Trail Saxony-Anhalt begins and ends in Wittenberg at the Luther House.