Hann. Münden (short for Hannoversch Münden) is a medieval town of half-timbered houses. With its location on three rivers and its more than 700 half-timbered houses, some dating back six centuries, you’ll hardly find another town like it anywhere.
Splendid half-timbered buildings from different eras. Fortified towers, fortifications, the Guelph castle, a stone bridge and Renaissance town hall are evidence of a rich past as a commercial centre by the water. Hann. Münden is ideal for cycling and canoeing. There are many important places of cultural and historical interest to visit, a unique landscape in the Münden nature park and the forest region, the Reinhardswald. This area is well known too for the bio-energy village Jühnde.
In Hann. Münden, the three-river town with a wealth of half-timbered buildings, you’ll find more than a town from the middle ages and renaissance style typical of the Weser region – there are interactive water features or the legendary Doctor Eisenbart as well. Hann. Münden is the start of the long-distance cycle routes along the rivers Weser, Werra and Fulda. Many holiday routes, like the Deutsche Märchenstraße, the Fachwerkstraße, the Straße der Weserrenaissance or the Wege der Romantik lead to the town on three-rivers.more about this holiday destination