Kirchlengern used to be an endearing agricultural town with historic buildings, quaint cafes, a serpentine river and mountain ranges. This has now evolved into a modern city with neat roads smart cafes, pubs, malls, and everything else we’ve come to associate with life in the city.
Well, what that means for you, oh intrepid traveler, is that you get the best of both worlds though you pay for one! So whether you’re looking for a medieval Cathedral or a cybercafé chances are you’ll find both around the corner. :-)
Kirchlengern lies on both sides of the River Else, and this pretty much sets the agenda where outdoor leisure activities are concerned. Throw in cultural festivities and about 35 heritage buildings and you have yourself a city worth exploring.
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Depending on your personal agenda you could go touring all of them or if pressed for time, make sure you don’t miss the ones that really matter.
The Collegiate Church dating back to the 12th century sports an impressive Romanesque architecture. Then there’s the 15th century Oberbehme Wasserburg, the Abbess House, the Ostermeier’s Court, and the Bauerbad Rebmerloh.
Kirchlengern is true to its status as a modern city and supports this claim with a wide variety of leisure spots. The Kart2000 and the Aqua Fun Leisure swimming pool are the best of their kinds, equipped to take care of go-kart aficionados and water babies of all ages.
The Ostermeiers Hof and the Lichtblick Municipal Arthouse Cinema caters to popular culture of all sorts from theater to book reading clubs.
Music lovers, please reserve your seats at the Pyramid Hall, while those with kids in tow might want to visit the Kirchlengern-Quernheim Fire Brigade Museum.