The Northeim District has much to offer, beginning with its district seat, Northeim, offering walking tours every Sunday from April through October. Take advantage of the local guides to get an insider’s view to this fascinating area, which has been settled since as early as 800 A.D.
Northeim District Map
Towns & Villages in the Northeim District
In ten-centuries-old Uslar, you can visit the Old Town Hall, built in 1476, or the ruins of Freudenthal Castle, circa 1599. This is also where the Haffner private brewery produces Bergbräu brand beers, noteworthy for being unfiltered and sold in resealable bottles.
Bad Gandersheim has mineral springs that have played a curative role for travelers since 1230. Now you have a soak in these healing waters yourself, plus a modern spa experience, with massage, sauna, water fitness and beauty/cosmetic treatments.
Elsewhere in the district, you will find Moringen, a farming community with cobblestone streets and a town museum featuring a Luther Bible from the year 1729. In Einbeck, you can relax and experience Einbecker Beer, made here for 600 years by what is considered to be one of Germany’s oldest breweries.
You can also go to the hills of the Solling mountains, where Dassel, a town founded in 826, offers hiking and cycling in the lovely country side. Or pay a visit to Hardegsen for mountain biking, camping and exploring within the precincts of a protected nature park.