Heinsberg has something for everyone, wherever you come from or whatever it may take to fully rejuvenate you on your vacation.
There is the beautiful blend of exciting conveniences and leisure opportunities with the call of the medieval enticing you to explore areas you would never have thought possible. Take your time as you sort yourself out and set off to an adventure that defies expectations.
In Heinsberg, the past is everywhere. Just look up at the blue hills looming gently over the old town and you’ll see the ruins of the Castle of the Lords. That should certainly set your agenda as to what to explore first.
Visit Kirchberg and you’ll soon see why the steep climb is worth the effort. This historical area holds so much for you to appreciate that it would be disastrous if you’re in a hurry.
Another awesome sight in Heinsberg would certainly be the old Gangolfuskirche out in the pleasant countryside. There, amid a peace and serenity that is unimaginable in these troubled times stands the imposing 15th century structure, complete with crypt, choir loft, and the relic of St. Hedwig. The intricate Romanesque interiors will give you plenty to admire in the building while the typical Rhineland landscape where it’s located will have you sighing in contentment.
The Torbogenhaus is where you need to go for local history and exciting information about the beautiful land you’re visiting. This lovely building used to be the administrative center, but is now a museum housing exquisite art history and valuable documents.
Well, Heinsberg has more to offer if you have the time. The Moneyfountain and the stainless steel fountain in the marketplace are instances of great creativity down the ages. While at the vibrant marketplace, here’s your chance to truly appreciate the local culture and food.
For shopping, head over to High Street where you won’t be disappointed whatever it may be that you have in your shopping list.