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When my daughter was about 1, I remember taking her for a walk through the town very early one morning while my wife got a bit more rest.
It was almost a magical morning in a most inviting place.
Preserved however is the huge cathedral, one of only a few in Germany modeled after churches in northern France, and probably one of the most beautiful Gothic churches in Germany.
The interior is completely preserved, and the treasury of the Church is one of the richest in Germany. A question since we are planning a Germany trip next summer - our theme for the trip is beer, so do any of these towns have an interesting local brew and/or neat brewery that can be toured?
Halberstadt Halberstadt itself, close to Quedlinburg and Wernigerode, isn't noteworthy.
Once it was one of the most beautiful towns of the Harz area, but after a carpet bombing in WW2 80% of the old town are gone.
The most common beer serving is between .2 and .25 liter in stemmed glasses or tall thin glasses. I'll just list a few favs: Tuebingen - beautiful college town with a well-preserved historic district, great outdoor market and shopping Burg Hohenzollern - awesome perfectly-restored castle south of Tuebingen Schloss Lichtenstein - another spectacular castle (more of a "hunting lodge") perched on a cliff south of Tuebingen Kloster Bebenhausen - lovely preserved monastery just outside Tuebingen Bad Wimpfen - picturesque village overlooking the Neckar Valley Schwaebisch Hall - mid-sized town with incredible half-timbered houses and a river running through it; great for fine weather strolling Stuttgart - for anyone who loves cars, the Mercedes and Porsche museums alone are worthy of a visit And in the north: Hamburg - a bustling city with great shopping, dining and a fascinating harbor district; the harbor tour is not to be missed!A few words and pics about the sights would be nice.Hidden gems are OK too, when they are close to a bigger sight. It's more than 1.000 years old, completely preserved, a World Heritage Site with more than 1.200 half-timbered houses, a castle and a Romanic church, which is the burial place of Henry the Fowler, first king of Germany.If you plan to drive the Fairy Tale road, you can start near Frankfurt and go North, drop car in Hannover and take the train back to FRA or add a few days in Berlin, which is just a 90 min train ride from Hannover.Wernigerode Wernigerode is a small town close to Quedlinburg, and also known as the "the colourful town in the Harz foothills".