Discover Alfeld

Alfeld is a town located in the southern region of Lower Saxony, Germany. It lies at the foot of the Leineberg hill range and is mainly known for its history. Alfeld has been documented since 818 CE and was part of the Hanseatic League from 1368 - 1650 CE, making it one of the oldest cities in Germany. Visitors to Alfeld will be delighted to experience several historic sites and museums that provide insight into this city's rich past.

First up, visitors should check out the Old Town Hall which dates all the way back to 1509, as well as St Nicholas Church which dates back even further to 1330. Other notable attractions include Schulenburg Castle with its gardens and historical museum, Museum im Kornhaus (a local history museum), and St Aegidienkirche (the oldest church in town). There are also many pleasant walking paths along riverside trails around Alfeld center. Whether you're looking for a glimpse into medieval Germany or just want to take a relaxing stroll in nature, there's something for everyone at Alfeld!