Einbeck is one of Germany's most beautiful timber-frame regions and it is also known as the cradle of bock beer. Partake on an eventful beer educational train - Einbeck's city center us full of beer history!

In 1600 there were over 700 breweries (Bürger-Brauhäuser) in the city. These colorful buildings with their large gates adorn Einbeck's historic city center. The 400 half-timbered houses, 120 of which are late-Gothic townhouses, city wall, towers and military buildings allow visitors to fully submerge into the history of the bock beer town.


All passionate cyclists should also visit the RadHaus in the city's StadtMuseum which was opened in 2006. Here you can see an exceptional collection of historic bicycles along with an innovative presentation of the latest trends in the bike scene. Further insider tips for the scenic town of Einbeck is the Einbecker Senfmühle (mustard mill) with its various different types of traditionally stone-ground mustard and the Einbecker Blaudruck.

However you will not be able to leave Einbeck by bike without getting around the cunning looks of Till Eulenspiegel. On a fountain, the grand rascal himself stands hold the most pitiable dog which he is just about to throw into the scalding soup.

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