Quedlinburg in 360°

Even before your holiday, you can plan exactly what you want to see, where you might enjoy ice cream or on which bench in the park you’ll relax. The portal quedlinburg360.de offers nearly 500 panoramas from the air and on the ground across our World Heritage City. We present you some of the most beautiful views.

View of the market from above | photo: Luftbilder-Harz.de

Market Square

Cafés, restaurants and hotels, the more than 700-year-old town hall and our Quedlinburg Information are located right on the market square. The heart of the historic Old Town is the first stop for both, guests and locals.

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Not only the old town, but also our 800-year-old historic new town offer a lot to see and experience. The bird’s eye view reveals what to expect around the Mathildenbrunnen and the Nikolaikirche. Fly away and click on read more.

Castle terraces | photo: Luftbilder-Harz.de

Castle Hill

For many, the castle hill with the Collegiate Church of St. Servatii and the surrounding buildings are the highlight of their visit. Go on a tour through the city and start your tour of the castle terraces with a click on read more.

Panorama view of the Münzenberg | photo: Luftbilder-Harz.de


60 lovingly renovated half-timbered houses, the Münzenberg Museum (Convent Church St. Marien) and a unique view over the World Heritage City Quedlinburg characterize the Münzenberg. Click on read more and start your tour.


Johann Christoph Friedrich GutsMuths (* 9th of August 1759 in Quedlinburg; 21st of May 1839) was a well-known German pedagogue and is regarded as a co-founder of gymnastics. In addition to a monument and an exhibition dedicated to him in the Klopstockhaus, he is also the namesake of the local grammar school. Look into the buildings in the convent and in the D. -Chr. -Erxleben-Street and click on read more.

Advent City

Concerts, city festivals and the Christmas market of the Advent City Quedlinburg are at home on the market square. In the extraordinary year of 2020, we designed a fairy tale forest around the Christmas tree for the first time. Click on read more and enjoy the evening view of different fairy-tale scenes and decorated fir-trees.

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