Goethe, Schiller and Duchess Anna Amalia: Along this town route, you will encounter Weimar in its golden days. A Weimar which was at the time often called the "cultural capital of Europe", a name which is still clearly reflected in the town's streets and buildings today.
20 World Heritages Sites in 3 days: the town of the Bauhaus and Classicism in one tour
There are not many places in the world which can boast 20 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in a very small area, but Weimar is one of them.
At every step, visitors to the town of Classicism encounter the spirit and art of past eras and a large number of sites have already been included in the important UNESCO World Heritage List. Preserved in stone and on paper, in crafts and in landscapes, you will meet here with Goethe, Schiller, Wieland, Herder and Gropius. The latter founded with like-minded artists the "State Bauhaus" in Weimar in 1919 and so gave us three of Weimar's World Heritage Sites - a tour to the cradle of the Modern Movement, impressive cultural centres and exceptional landscapes.