The Hamelin-Pyrmont district is located in the state of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen), and shaped by the famous story of The Pied Piper of Hamelin, of the small town of Hamelin (German: Hameln).
Let’s take a look at which towns and villages we’re going to find here in this district…
Hamelin-Pyrmont District Map
Towns & Villages in the Hamelin-Pyrmont District
Here, you get to enjoy the benefits of the Weser River tourism. For example, by taking a boat ride on the Weser fleet, or follow the flow of the river with a canoe or a cycle trip. Or what about taking extended walks in the wooded mountains, or climbing up the monstrous Ith cliffs.
One of the impressive sights in this part of the country is the Schillat-Höhle in Hessisch Oldendorf, the largest dripstone cave of North Germany.
In addition to the different facets of nature, expect vibrant towns and quaint villages that you want to discover as well. Experience, for example, in the footsteps of the famous Pied Piper, the beautiful old part of the Weser Renaissance town of Hamelin (Hameln).
If you want to spoil yourself, the Hamelin-Pyrmont district is definitely the right spot. Enjoy some relaxing spa treatments in the traditional Staatsbad in Bad Pyrmont, and/or take a deep relaxation in the Ith-Sole-Therme in Salzhemmendorf by enjoying the stimulating effect of sulphur Sole.
Go for it! :-)