The Weser city Höxter

The Weser city of Höxter is the perfect place to discover the Weser Hills. Höxter beautifully combines scenic half-timbered houses in the old Weser Renaissance style and alleyways with a vibrant city center. The diverse gastronomical offering with the many beer gardens and shopping opportunities is a must for every cyclist on the D-Route 3. Besides D-Route 3, Höxter is also an interface for the Weser Cycle Path (D-Route 9) and the Wellness Route.

 

An insider tip in Höxter is the forum of the painter Jacob Pins in Höxter's Adelhof, which offers an attractive mixture of historic architecture and the works of the artist himself. The nearby castle and monastery Corvey as well as the porcelain manufacturer Fürstenberg are inseparably linked to the town of Höxter.

 

Swimming and water fun for young and old at the recreation center Höxter-Godelsheim. The Caribbean-like sandy beach of the bathing and recreational pool, directly situated along the D-Route 3, is the perfect place for cyclists to take a break. One thing you should definitely not miss out on: changing the perspective from land to water ...whether with a Weser ship or a canoe. 

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