Vacation Apartment in Saarbrücken - natural, beautiful, comfortable (# 3972)

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  • Apartment
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 2

Type: Apt. / Condo

Vacation Apartment in Saarbrücken - natural, beautiful, comfortable (# 3972)

The apartments are located in a very beautiful peaceful Mahlerisch environment 10 kilometers from the French border and an hour drive from Luxembourg., key advantages: natural, beautiful, comfortable, Quality: rated with 3 DTV star(s), has a breakfast nook, upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, spacious design, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is conveniently located directly in the center and downtown area of Saarbrücken, There is parking in front of the house available for this object, There is also additional street parking available for this object, Equipment:

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Vacation Apartment in Saarbrücken - natural, beautiful, comfortable (# 3972)
Mandelbachtal, Saarland, Germany

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Our apartments are located in the municipality of Witternheim-Mandelbachtal near field and forest with relaxing hiking and cycling trails in the beautiful Biosphere Reserve Bliesgau. The Europäischen Kulturpark Bliesbruck-Reinheim and the French border (Sarreguemines) are only about 7 km.
Discover Wittersheim-Mandelbachtal and local activities:
* Many interesting excursions and hiking destinations
* Diverse cultural and recreational activities for young and old
* Large selection of dining options
* Convenient access by car, bus and train
* The Bliesgau is a region on the Saar river. The Bliesgau has a landscape of rolling hills, vast orchards and is characterized by limestone. It is commonly it is referred to as the "Tuscany of the Saarland".
* The Europäische Kulturpark Bliesbruck-Reinheim
* Within walking distance of Le Bistro (Witternheim) and Pane e Vino Ristorante (Witternheim)
* Many other restaurants from cooking to 3 stars. Here is a small selection: Schuwer (Assweiler), Annahof (Niederwürzbach), Hammerles Restaurant (Blieskastel)
* Bliesgau Tafeltour
* Brunnenweg Ensheim
* Bliestal-Radweg
* Glan-Blies-Weg
* Sieben Weiher Tour
* Mosel-Radweg
* Radwanderweg Nahe-Hunsrück-Mosel
* Saar-Radweg
* Saarland Radweg
* Barocke Altstadt Blieskastel
* Burg Kirkel
* Chateau de Malbrouck (F)
* Europäischer Kulturpark Bliesbruck-Reinheim
* Weltkulturerbe Völklinger Hütte
* Bildhauersymposion "Steine an der Grenze", Merzig
* Erlebniszentrum Villeroy & Boch and Alte Abtei, Mettlach
* Diamantschleifermuseum, Brücken
* Saarländisches Staatstheater, Saarbrücken
* Römermuseum Homburg-Scharzenacker, Schwarzenacker
* Barock- and Kräutergarten, Schengen (L)
* Garten der Sinne, Merzig
* Naturtropfsteinhöhle Niedaltdorf, Rehlingen-Siersburg
* Saarschleife, Mettlach/Orscholz
* Schlossberghöhlen Homburg, Homburg
* Fun Forest Abenteuer Park, Homburg/Jägersburg
* Edelsteindorado Freisen Mineralienschürfstelle, Freisen
* Gondwana - Das Praehistorium, Landsweiler-Reden
* Naturwildpark Freisen, Freisen
* Zoologischer Garten Neunkirchen, Neunkirchen
More travel info about Saarbruecken: With a French flair due to its proximity to the border with France, Saarbruecken is the capital of the small state of Saarland. Over its long history, the city has changed political hands several times, sometimes finding itself in France and sometimes in Germany. The Romans also had settlements in this area back in ancient times. Today, you can visit a couple of these sites, including the ruins of the Roman camp Roemerkastell and the Mithras shrine on Hallberg Hill. Saarbruecken's other sites are of a much more recent vintage, such as, the medieval St. Arnual church, the Basilica of St. John from the 1750s, and the 18th century Saarbruecken Castle, which is now a center for cultural events and conferences. Take time to also linger on the bridge over the Saar River, which dates from 1546. While along the river, visit the Saar Crane, a reconstruction of a 1761 river crane. Besides the old city, another area worth seeing is the Froeschengasse, a former craftsman's district that is now a shopping area. In terms of museums, Saarbruecken offers a Museum for Prehistory and Early History, a Museum of Regional History, and a Museum of Local History Gersweiler, which focuses on the Gersweiler ceramic works. Once you are done seeing Saarbruecken, consider excursions to Metz in France (45 miles) and Idar-Oberstein (53 miles).



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