Welfenschloss, © Hann. Münden Marketing / Peter Heitmann
© Hann. Münden Marketing / Peter Heitmann

Hann. Münden


Hann. Münden, with its idyllic location on the Fulda, Werra and Weser rivers and 700+ half-timbered houses dating back six centuries, inspires visitors to explore history live. Mighty half-timbered buildings, fortified towers, the Welfenschloss palace and Weser Renaissance Town Hall reflect the wealth of this riverside trading town.

Meander through atmospheric alleyways, pop in to rustic pubs or follow one of the many guided tours of the town. The Weserstein stone, marking where the Fulda and Werra flow into the Weser, is a must for all visitors. If you love tranquil holidays, we recommend going on a German river cruise here. Water sports enthusiasts can explore the three rivers on canoes, kayaks or rowing boats. Hann. Münden is also perfect for cyclists as there are direct connections to several riverside cycle routes here.

Guests can experience hospitality with a unique ambiance in charming hotels and cosy holiday apartments in fully refurbished half-timbered houses.

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Weserstone, © Hann. Münden Marketing / Martin Creuels
© Hann. Münden Marketing / Martin Creuels

The Weserstein stone


“Where the Werra and Fulda kiss, you must let go of their names.” This idyllic spot under an old chestnut tree affords glorious views of the three rivers.

Tillyschanze Hann. Münden, © Hann. Münden Marketing / Lars Heitmann
© Hann. Münden Marketing / Lars Heitmann

The Tillyschanze Tower


The Tillyschanze tower was constructed in 1885 and is around a 30-minute walk from the Old Town. The 25 metre high viewing tower boasts spectacular views of the Old Town.

Weser Renaissance Town Hall, © Hann. Münden Marketing / Peter Heitmann
© Hann. Münden Marketing / Peter Heitmann

Weser Renaissance Town Hall


Between 1603 and 1618, the town hall was upgraded into a mighty Renaissance building.

Doctor Iron Beard, © Hann. Münden Marketing / Photo Burkhardt
© Hann. Münden Marketing / Photo Burkhardt

Doctor Iron Beard


The famous doctor of the baroque age died in 1727 in Hann. Munden. Today, visitors can let him lead them through the city and listen to his mocking tune as they chime.

Welfenschloss, © Hann. Münden Marketing / Peter Heitmann
© Hann. Münden Marketing / Peter Heitmann

The Welfenschloss Palace


The Welfenschloss palace was originally a Gothic building. After a fire broke out in 1560, it was rebuilt in a Weser Renaissance style.

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