Schloss Hämelschenburg, © Fotolia
© Fotolia

Weserbergland


Tourists visiting the romantic Weserbergland mountain range, which is known for its undulating hills and the river that gives it its name, are sure to have an exciting and varied trip. From the confluence of the Weser river to Bad Oeynhausen, magnificent old towns and cities with picturesque half-timbered houses line up like pearls on a chain in an idyllic river landscape.

This place is home to world-famous fairy tales and legends, which are brought to life against this backdrop straight out of the storybooks. Visitors can see where the Pied Piper of Hameln (Hamelin), Cinderella or Baron Münchhausen (also known as the Baron of Lies) left their mark throughout the region. To this day, tourists can still wander into some of these dominions on a trip through the Weserbergland.

Did you know that you can find the largest group of Renaissance buildings to the north of the Alps in the Weser Uplands? Glorious Weser Renaissance castles and palaces line the way, giving the region its own unique charm.

The perfect way to explore the Weserbergland is by bike. The Weser-Radweg, one of Germany’s most popular bike trails, starts in the Weser Uplands and ends by the North Sea. If you prefer hiking, then why not explore the region in all its glory on the Weserberglandweg?

If you want to escape the daily grind for some R&R, you will find a wide array of wellness options in one of the many health spas and spa towns, where you can be pampered from head to toe.

Highlights

Rattenfänger an der Weser, © Hameln Marketing und Tourismus GmbH
© Hameln Marketing und Tourismus GmbH

Hameln


Radler auf dem Weser-Radweg in Oberweser, © Weserbergland Tourismus e.V / M. Gloger
© Weserbergland Tourismus e.V / M. Gloger

Weser Cycle Route


  • Type of tour: Straight-course tour
  • Tour length: 521km
  • Highest point: 174m
Welfenschloss, © Hann. Münden Marketing / Peter Heitmann
© Hann. Münden Marketing / Peter Heitmann

Hann. Münden


Schloss Bad Pyrmont, © Fotolia
© Fotolia

Bad Pyrmont Castle


Bad Pyrmont Castle, a Baroque summerresidence, is a fortress complete with moat, ramparts, casements and corner bastions

Schloss Bückeburg, © Schloss Bückeburg/ Müller Luftbild Haste
© Schloss Bückeburg/ Müller Luftbild Haste

Bückeburg Castle


Bückeburg Castle is a Renaissance castle with magnificent halls originating from a period of four centuries.

Wanderer au dem Hohenstein, © Weserbergland Tourismus e.V / M. Gloger
© Weserbergland Tourismus e.V / M. Gloger

Weserbergland Route


  • Type of tour: Straight-course tour
  • Tour length: 220km
  • Highest point: 504m
Burgruine Hardenberg, © Gräflicher Landsitz Hardenberg
© Gräflicher Landsitz Hardenberg

Hardenberg Castle Ruins


The castle ruin has a history going back 1000 years and now forms the venue for stories with a fairy-tale touch

Weserrenaissance Schloss Bevern, © Touristinformation Bevern
© Touristinformation Bevern

Bevern Castle


Bevern Castle was built by the nobleman Statius von Münchhausen in the style of the Weser Renaissance from 1603 to 1612

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