Your city break – Bautzen in 48 hours!

What could your perfect weekend in Bautzen look like? Read on how to create your inspiring city break…

 

Friday

Check in at one of the cosy hotels or B&Bs in the town’s historic Old Town.

Welcome to Bautzen – Witajće k nam!

Check-In

2 p.m.

Stop by the town’s tourist information to plan your stay in this lovely town on the Spree river, book guided city tours, get tickets for events or tips where to find unusual souvenirs.

Information

3 p.m.

Head to Bautzen’s historic Old Town for small and charming cafés, such as “Café Goliath”, where guests can enjoy homemade cakes, a cup of coffee or espresso or a glass of wine.

Cafés

3.30 p.m.

Bautzen enjoys a great location on the Spree river and the Spreetal is perfect for a leisurely ramble: Walk up the Protschenberg hill in the town centre for great views on Ortenburg Castle. On your way down, you’ll pass the Hammermühle mill. Then walk back across the Spree for great views on the Nicolai Tower.

Relaxation

4.30 p.m.

Hungry? It’s time then to pick and choose from the town’s restaurants, offering regional Saxon and Sorbian cuisine or even medieval fare. And you can also try the famous Bautzen mustard to add a bit of spice to your dinner!

Enjoy your meal!

6.30 p.m.

Saturday

“Museum Bautzen”, the local museum, is home to unique works of art and historic treasures. Marvel at exhibits that are in demand by international museums as far away as New York and Tokyo.

Museums

11 a.m.

Lunchtime! Choose from contemporary and rustic restaurants as well as venues offering special medieval meals or Sorbian specialities. 

Restaurants

12.30 p.m.

A guided city tour of the historic Old Town, along old fortifications and through narrow streets, is an entertaining way to learn all there is to know about Bautzen’s 1,000-year-old history and many sights.

City Tours

2 p.m.

Venture beyond Bautzen‘s historic walls to Bautzener Stausee, a reservoir with a beach bar. There’s also a crazy golf and high ropes course.

Fresh air

3.30 p.m.

Enjoy a tasty dinner in one of Bautzen’s restaurant to round off your day.

Dinner

6.30 p.m.

 

Sunday

Before leaving Bautzen, climb up one (or a few) of the town’s famous towers, such as Alte Wasserkunst or Reichenturm. From here, you can enjoy gorgeous views of the region and as far as the Lusatian Highlands.

Great views

11 a.m.

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The old waterworks with the viewing platform and historic pump station are the city's symbol.
Old Waterworks and the Ortenburg
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German-Sorbian Popular Theatre Bautzen (Ortenburg)
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St. Peter's Cathedral is an interdenominational church in Bautzen, Germany. It is among the oldest and largest interdenominational churches in Germany.
Cathedral St. Petri Bautzen
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Serbski Muzej – Sorbian Museum
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Baroque Castle Rammenau
Baroque Castle Rammenau
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Bautzen - at a glance!


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