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Chemnitz, Zwickau & Mulde Valley

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  • Chemnitz
  • Group Offer/Family Offer
  • from 399€ per Person

The Belgian Henry van de Velde is considered one of the most versatile artists of Art Nouveau.

As a city of culture with an industrial pulse, Chemnitz is on its way to being European Capital of Culture 2025. A city tour will give you an overview of the city. The Villa Esche is a must-see: it is a European architectural monument and one of the highlights of the European Henry van de Velde Route. The afternoon is free for you to explore the city on your own.
The Tourism Region Zwickau is full of surprises. The West Saxon city of Zwickau is known as THE AUTOMOBILE CITY. In the August Horch Museum you will gain unique insights through the integration of the 80 large exhibits as well as the multitude of automobile-related small objects in backgrounds and scenic presentations related to their time of origin. In the afternoon, discover the historic rooms of Waldenburg Castle.
In the Muldental, the leisure adventures away from the big cities continue. The most beautiful knight's castle in Saxony rises on a steep rock in Central Saxony: Kriebstein Castle. After a tour of the castle, the journey continues to Wechselburg Basilica. Thanks to its porphyry elements, it is not only exemplary for the architectural history of the region, but also houses one of the most precious Romanesque works of art in the world with its massive rood screen. Situated on a rocky spur in the middle of a nature reserve, the castle, which was first mentioned in a document in 1190, watches over the Zwickau Mulde valley. Afterwards, it is worth taking a detour to the Choco del Sol chocolate factory.


Tourist-Information Chemnitz
Markt 1
09111 Chemnitz

Phone: +49 371 690680
Fax: +49 371 6906830
Website: www.chemnitz.travel/en/planning-booking/tourist-information/contact

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