In the heart of Germany...
In the district of Linderbach, located on the outskirts of the Thuringian metropolis, you can easily reach the H+ Hotel Erfurt by car as well as with the use of public transport. It is the ideal starting point for holidays and business trips in the state capital of Erfurt. There are four, partially combinable event rooms available for events.» Hotel tour
Pleasant 4 star comfort
There are 94 rooms of the comfort and business categories available for your stay in our four star hotel. All rooms are comfortably equipped with a flatscreen TV, SKY, desk and a Internet connection via Wi-Fi inclusive.» Amenities
Feast and enjoy
Start your day with a wide range of offers from our breakfast buffet. In our restaurant or on our sun terrace, you will find Thuringian specialities as well as international treats for the taste buds. Our diversified cocktail menu or selected wines can be enjoyed at our bar.
The centre of traditional crafts
One of Erfurt’s landmarks is the Krämerbrücke, the longest bridge in Europe with houses along its entire length - To this day, merchants still offer their crafts. Rummage through the diversity of pottery, wood carving and glass blowing workshops.
Go on a discovery tour and explore the medieval city with its many highlights.
- 2 overnight stays including extensive breakfast buffet
- 1 three-course evening meal or dinner buffet
- 1 evening meal in the city centre
- City tour through medieval Erfurt
- Guided tour of the classical city of Weimar
St. Mary’s Cathedral and the Church of St. Severus
The Cathedral hill of Erfurt with its two churches is a prominent feature in the city of Erfurt. The closely built sacred building of the parish church, St. Severus and St. Mary’s Cathedral are a testimony of gothic architecture known far beyond the frontiers of Thuringia. Furthermore, St. Mary’s Cathedral houses the world’s largest medieval, free-swinging bell, called “Gloriosa”.
The Petersberg Citadel is considered the only preserved baroque town fortress in central Europe. The citadel considerably shapes the cityscape located directly in the city centre of the state capital of Thuringia. Today, tourists can find touristic and cultural institutions as well as state agencies and flats.
The most splendid horticulture
The garden and amusement park on Cyriaksberg represents the gardening tradition of the floral city of Erfurt. Opened in 1961, egapark is one of the most important testimonies of horticultural architecture. On 36 hectares you will find numerous themed gardens, Thuringia’s largest children’s playground as well as the German Horticultural Museum.
Medieval synagogue with mikvah
The Old Synagogue with the medieval mikvah, a ritual immersion bath, is considered the oldest in central Europe that has survived complete with its roof, which was discovered in 2007 during excavation work. An extraordinary museum documents medieval relics of the Jewish community in Erfurt.