Best Halle holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Halle
Ferienwohnungen und Apartmenthaus Halle Saale - Villa MathildaSituated in Halle an der Saale, Ferienwohnungen und Apartmenthaus Halle Saale - Villa Mathilda offers accommodation with a patio or a balcony, free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a shared lounge and a garden. Private parking is available on site.Book now
Ferienwohnung HuttenstraßeFeaturing garden views, Ferienwohnung Huttenstraße offers accommodation with a garden and a patio, around 3.3 km from Marktplatz Halle. Set 3.6 km from Georg-Friedrich-Haendel Hall, the property features barbecue facilities and free WiFi.Book now
Holiday apartments in Halle (Saale), the culturally rich university town
In southern Saxony-Anhalt lies Halle, a university town rich in culture with over a thousand years of history. Halle an der Saale is known above all as the birthplace of Georg Friedrich Händel, and on a holiday in a holiday apartment in Halle (Saale) you can find out about the life and work of the famous baroque composer in Handel’s birthplace. At the same time, Halle is also the only larger city in Germany that was hardly damaged during the Second World War. This is one of the reasons why it still impresses today with its unique cityscape for German cities. Stucco-decorated old buildings from the Gründerzeit characterise the historic old town of Halle, as do the “five towers”, the city’s landmark, consisting of the Marktkirche and the Red Tower. Book your apartment in Halle (Saale) now and get to know the university town like a local. Similar to couchsurfing in Halle (Saale), you can discover the city away from the tourist attractions and still enjoy comfort and privacy. Thanks to its proximity to the capital, you can also reach Halle from a private accommodation in Berlin in less than two hours, in case you want to do without an overnight stay in Halle (Saale).
Starting point for the city trip: authentic accommodation
As the cultural capital of Saxony-Anhalt, Halle is known beyond the region, and with an apartment in Halle (Saale) you have the opportunity to discover the rich cultural offerings of the city on your own. In addition to the Haller Opera House, the Steintor Varieté and the Thalia Theater, you will also find younger institutions such as the Kulturinsel Halle or the cabaret stage in the Moritzburg. The castle itself is today one of the most impressive buildings in the city and also houses the Landeskunstmuseum. Use your private holiday apartment in Halle (Saale) to visit the Salt Museum in the Royal Prussian Salt Works or discover historic trams in the tram museum. In the colourful Beatles Museum you can learn about the history of the legendary Liverpool band or enjoy the view of the city from the imposing Giebichenstein Castle on the banks of the Saale. As a student city, Halle also has a lot to offer night owls, and especially in the Kleinen Ulrichstraße and in the Sternstraße you can relax in the evening hours in one of the countless pubs.
Apartments in Halle (Saale) and in the East German cultural metropolises
Around your holiday home in Halle (Saale) you can visit some of the most attractive holiday destinations in East Germany. The music city of Leipzig is only a few kilometres away from Halle, and if you haven’t already booked an Apartment in Leipzig, you shouldn’t miss a day trip to Halle’s neighbouring city. A wealth of important museums, exhibitions and collections await you here, as well as the homes and works of world-famous artists such as Robert Schumann, Edvard Grieg and Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. You can also reach our Holiday Apartments in Dresden directly from Halle and discover unique sights such as the Semper Opera House, the State Art Collections or the Zwinger. For nature lovers our private accommodations in Saxony-Anhalt also offer a variety of possibilities. The Elbe Cycle Route leads from the Czech Giant Mountains through Dresden, the Luther town of Wittenberg and Magdeburg and passes through unspoilt landscapes and protected areas on its way, as well as historic Elbe towns and countless sights. The Harz National Park is also right on your doorstep and lures you around the Brocken with untouched mountain landscapes.