Saxony-Anhalt is a place that is not very frequently visited by Czech tourists. However, it is a place where there is much to see and you will not be bored here. It is a popular place for those interested in history and archeology.
The main attraction are UNESCO sites
In Saxony-Anhalt you will find many UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These include the medieval Quedlinburg, which will delight you through the winding streets and half-timbered houses, the towns of Eisleben and Wittenberg, known as the birthplace of Martin Luther, and the gardens of Prince Leopold III. in Dessau-Wörlitz.
You can find the most important monuments and archaeological finds of Europe in the Halle Prehistoric Museum in Halle. Here you can see the oldest preserved map of the night sky. Behind the village of Gesock you can see the oldest observatory, whose age is estimated at 7000 years. The whole country is interwoven with kilometers of quality bike paths. The most popular is the Elberadweg along the banks of the Elbe, where you can come across monuments on the way. In this way you can experience beautiful nature. The Harz National Park is ideal for hikers, with many adventure trails and beautiful views of the countryside. The oldest town is Magdeburg, which is a history of imperial residence or Prussian fortress. You can visit the Cathedral or the Alter Markt, where you can admire the statue of the rider. Frequently visited is Grüne Zitadelle, which is the last building of the famous architect Hundertwasser.
Wondering where to go on a trip? and then to the beautiful Saxony-Althanska will be an experience for the whole family. On the way back you can visit, for example, Berlin, Munich or Frakfurt. Germany is a friendly country where you can taste local specialties, have fun in the water parks or shop for money.