The city of Wolfsburg traces its birth back to the year 1938 and the establishment of the Volkswagen production plant, and even today it is still strongly influenced by this global car manufacturer. However, as the fifth largest city in the state of Lower Saxony, it is still characterised by numerous different facets, and offers plenty of opportunities for leisure time pursuits.

Car enthusiasts and pioneers

The Phaeno Science Center offers visitors an exciting voyage of discovery that includes fascinating experiments for both young and old. While at the Autostadt Wolfsburg visitor attraction, car enthusiasts can do more than just collect their new car: they can also enjoy the latest exhibitions or even actively participate at the research stations.

Rest and recuperation in nature's bounty

The Allerpark Wolfsburg public leisure park stretches around the Allersee lake, and offers plenty of options for rest and relaxation. At BadeLand Wolfsburg, the whole family can either enjoy North Germany's biggest water adventure park, or relax in the generous sauna and spa area. The Allerpark also offers additional attractions for the whole family:

  • The ‘monkeyman’ high-wire garden,
  • Wolfburg’s ‘EisArena’ ice rink situated directly across from
  • the STRIKE bowling centre.

Football fans can also take in the Volkswagen Arena or dive into the VfL FußballWelt world of football.

‘Harz und Heide’ - magnificent nature

But even those nature enthusiasts enjoying big-city life can really discover the best that nature has to offer between the ‘Harz’ region to the south and the ‘Lüneburger Heide’ regions of the North West. This makes our hotel the ideal starting point for hikers, cyclists and motorbike groups.

Some of nature’s highlights from the ‘Südheide’ region are situated in the direct vicinity, and can be reached from our hotel in no time at all. When visiting the Mühlen-Freilichtmuseum Gifhorn – an open-air lakeside museum – guests can soak up the awe-inspiring 14 international mills and a Russian-Orthodox wooden church. Those who love to watch otters as they swim and play together in unbridled nature should definitely make a trip to the ‘Hankensbüttel Otter Centre’, and even the ‘Burg Brome’ museum and its collections spanning the history of the region's handicraft is well worth a trip.


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