Vacation Apartment in Solingen - 807 sqft, new, quiet, central (# 5122)

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  • Apartment
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 2

Type: Apt. / Condo

Vacation Apartment in Solingen - 807 sqft, new, quiet, central (# 5122)

Conveniently located between Cologne and Dusseldorf but yet in a green area is this peaceful 75 square meters large, fully furnished apartment with private atmosphere. The apartment offers a bedroom with either 2 single beds (can be pushed together). It is for 2 persons (non-smoking). Pets not allowed. The apartment is on the first floor and has a restaurant on site. The owner speaks some English. The precipitation rich Bergische Land with its many dams and forests provides many opportunities for relaxing excursions. With renewed strength, the traveler can then visit the numerous museums such as the Wilhelm-Conrad-Röntgen (Museum in Remscheid-Lennep) ...Read more

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Vacation Apartment in Solingen - 807 sqft, new, quiet, central (# 5122)
Solingen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

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Discover Solingen and local activities:
* Kunst-Museum Solingen
* Von der Heydt - Museum
* Industriemuseum Hendrichs
* Klingenmuseum
* Werkzeug-Museum
* Schloss Burg
* Strassenbahn-Museum
* Neanderthal-Museum
* Fabry-Museum Hilden
The main train station in Solingen is just over two kilometers away. Only 30 minutes to the Dusseldorf airport. In about 5 minutes away from this holiday is next access point to public transport.
More travel info about Solingen: If you swear by the German knives in your kitchen, then perhaps you should consider a trip to Solingen, North Rhine-Westfalia. This so-called "City of Blades" has a long and distinguished history of knife and sword making, and today it is home of the world-renowned companies of Henckels and Wuesthof. Although the first official reference to Solingen dates from the 1000s, the history of this area as a center for blacksmith smelters stretches back 2,000 years. Unfortunately, few pre-World War II period buildings remain in Solingen. In 1944, a fire storm started by a British bombing attack resulted in the old town being completely destroyed. Nonetheless, there are still some interesting sites to visit here, including the German Blade Museum and a botanical garden. Also, the Muengsten Bridge, which connects Solingen with its neighboring town of Remschied, is the highest railroad bridge in Germany. Schloss Burg is worth seeing as well. Completed in 1914, it is the largest reconstructed castle in North Rhine-Westphalia. It also contains the Memorial for Deportation and the Memorial of the German Eastern Provinces, which are commemorated by church bells that once hung in churches in Koenigsburg and Breslau. Once you are done seeing the sites in Solingen, consider catching a train to the nearby cities of Wuppertal and Cologne.



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