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Set aside a bit of time to concentrate on your spiritual needs at St Nikolai Church, a wonderful religious site. Spend your stay at Hotel Quedlinburger Hof and Adelheid Hotel Garni, and you'll be quite close to this attraction. Market Square is a terrific landmark for the community to mingle. Buy a coffee, feed the birds or relax in the warmth of the sun. You can spend time at this attraction whenever you like, especially if you're based at Hotel Zur Goldenen Sonne and Hotel Domschatz.
If you find yourself needing more options in Quedlinburg, try the Schlosshotel Blankenburg/Harz and the Parkhotel Unter den Linden. They are 12 kilometres and 13 kilometres away from the city's main streets. Wotif also recommends the Harz Resort Waldesruh and the Kurhotel Bad Suderode. The first is 17 kilometres away from the city, while the second is 7 kilometres away.
The nearby localities of Thale and Guentersberge are certainly worth exploring. Thale is 12 kilometres to the southwest of Quedlinburg, while Guentersberge is 20 kilometres to the southwest. Accommodations in Thale are the AKZENT Berghotel Rosstrappe and Hotelferienanlage Friedrichsbrunn. The Pension Waldoase Hirschbüchenkopf and Harzhotel Güntersberge - Adult Only are some of the ones in Guentersberge.
Australia has some of the world's greatest sports lovers, so why not indulge with a visit to Eintracht-Stadion? Discover Eintracht-Stadion to the northwest of Quedlinburg. To kick your heels up nearby, book a room at the Steigenberger Parkhotel Braunschweig or the Best Western City-Hotel Braunschweig.
Looking for the most logical airport servicing Quedlinburg? Leipzig - Halle Airport is 85 kilometres away.
Hotels in Quedlinburg start at AU$103 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.