A sightseeing tour on a historical tram introduces you to the city. You then take a guided walk to Erfurt's main sights.
Experience an evening of delicious Thuringian fare interspersed with a programme of tales and anecdotes about Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's days in Thuringia.
For an exceptional evening event, let the thousand-year-old Wartburg Castle open its gates exclusively for you.
The Goldhelm chocolate boutique is a popular attraction on the Merchants Bridge, the longest in Europe with buildings along its entire length.
This guided walk with the nightwatchman around the old quarter – romantically lit for the evening – promises a tour of discovery with a difference.
If you are open to new things, why not take a ride that is different to anything you've experienced before?
Go on a tour of discovery with the wine monk and learn all about wine-making in Thuringia and Erfurt from the Middle Ages to the present day.
In Erfurt and other towns in the region, the history of beer brewing dates back a very long way – to the Middle Ages in fact.
The city of Erfurt, which dates back more than 1.260 years, is a veritable picture-book of German history.
Erfurt is Martin Luther’s spiritual home. This tour introduces you to all the sites associated with the life and work of the great Reformer.
Members of the Bach family are undoubtedly some of the most famous figures in Erfurt's history.
The vast and hugely impressive fortress of Petersberg Citadel dominates the city from its position beside the cathedral hill.
Erfurt's trams have been making their way around the city since 1894, and the Erfurt transport company is still the proud owner of several historical trams.
This tour in the company of eccentric inventor Herbert Kurz is more an adventure than a guided walk.
Erfurt is home to the first major theatre to be opened in Germany in the new millennium (2003).
Just a short drive out of Erfurt in an idyllic countryside setting is the rococo Molsdorf Palace.
This tour takes you to Weimar, the town of poets and philosophers. Weimar is like "a literary biography in the form of a town".
This tour takes visitors through the Thuringian countryside to Wartburg Castle, which is arguably Germany's most famous castle.
The Thuringian Forest and the Rennsteig trail are like being on top of the world. There is green countryside as far as the eye can see.
Gotha, a former ducal town, is often portrayed in historical travelogues as one of the most beautiful and most prosperous towns in Thuringia.
This tour takes you from Erfurt through the scenic Schwarza valley to Rudolstadt where Heidecksburg Palace sits in majestic splendour high above the town.
This tour takes you to the Kyffhäuser region in northern Thuringia, a hilly landscape steeped in myth and dotted with ancient castles and palaces.
Erfurt is an extremely sporty city and has been a centre for ice sports for many years.