Karlsdorf-Neuthard is a merging of like minds where two cities come together and form a perfect union. Visitors, therefore, have so much more to choose from.
If you like historic buildings there are the Heritage Museum and the St. James Catholic Church in Karlsdorf.
Moving on to Neuthard you come to the picturesque town center and the St. Sebastianus Catholic Church. If you have the time, you should certainly visit the old cigar factory and the historic inns, too.
— Top Areas Of Interest
The Mühlenplatz, the Town House, and the St. James’ Catholic Church really should be on your list of things to see. They are all wonderful specimens of historical artistry.
As for natural beauty, you will be suitably impressed by the Saalbach River flowing serenely along Karlsdorf. A tree-lined promenade greatly adds to the overall beauty of the Saalbach. The Pfinzkanal does the same for Neuthard.
The Haus am Mühlenplatz (House on Mill Place) is another must-see.
Karlsdorf-Neuthard’s cultural scene is not confined to events, as you’ll soon see, if you were to go looking for the local clubs. They have a Harmonika Club which stages the May Day and the Autumn Festival. They even organize fun hiking trips and dancing for all ages. The residents here have other hobbies that are sure to interest you.
Consider the model railway and speedboat associations. Both are energetic and have a huge following. The Moba Model Railway Association holds exhibitions of the models constructed by their members and the ingenuity involved is something you’ve got to see to believe. Another hobby horse turned champion is the Schiffsmodellclub where they make model speedboats that actually take to the water.
Karlsdorf-Neuthard celebrates a number of local events with great gusto. In Karlsdorf, it is the Alte-Rathaus-Straßenfest or Old Town Hall Street Festival in July that draws huge numbers, whereas Neuthard goes overboard with the Dorffest or Village Festival in Mai or June.
Karlsdorf-Neuthard celebrates winter like it’s a festival in itself. This is when its Ski Club comes alive with a number of sport varieties and brunches. Certainly sounds like a good time to visit. :-)