Rendezvous in the heart of Germany

Discover the Merchants' Bridge, the impressive ensemble of the Cathedral of St. Mary and the Church of St. Severus, the Augustinian Monastery, the Old Synagogue with the Erfurt Treasure, the egapark and much more besides. 

Walk in the footsteps of historical personalities and find out about local traditions such as the Erfurt broad bean.

We look forward to seeing you!

Erfurt is "in the ideal location, there just has to be a city there."

This is how Martin Luther, the great Reformer, once described the city where he himself studied, and which is now the capital of Thuringia. Located at the crossroads of two ancient trading routes, the Via Regia and the Nuremberg Geleitstrasse, Erfurt expanded during the Middle Ages to become a powerful centre of trade and learning. With a modern-day population of over 200,000, Erfurt remains the largest city in Thuringia and accessible to all, thanks to its location near the geographical centre of Germany. High-speed InterCityExpress train services, the Erfurt-Weimar airport and excellent connections to the autobahn network bring the rest of Germany and Europe within easy travelling distance. As the region's main urban centre, Erfurt is also a popular place to live and visit, and a favourite shopping destination.

A "picture book of German history"

This is how the German writer Arnold Zweig once described Erfurt's charming old quarter, which has preserved much of its original medieval structure. Locals and visitors alike find themselves captivated by this jumble of atmospheric alleys and squares, brimming with charm, ambience and a unique mediterranean character: a perfect place to while away the hours.

There is a lot to discover in Erfurt. Why not meet up with us in the heart of Germany and experience the many delights of this hospitable city for yourself?