A city renowned for its medieval architecture and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. A fusion of historical grandeur and modern urban life, Hildesheim offers an unparalleled experience for history enthusiasts and casual visitors alike. Read more

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With roots tracing back over 1,200 years, Hildesheim stands as a living testament to the craftsmanship and ingenuity of bygone eras. The city's two Romanesque churches, St. Michael's and St. Mary's Cathedral, are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, drawing admirers of art and architecture from around the world. Both churches house breathtaking artworks, including the world-famous 1,000-year-old rosebush at St. Mary's Cathedral, which according to legend, promises prosperity to the city as long as it blooms.
Aside from its architectural marvels, Hildesheim boasts a rich cultural scene, with a variety of museums, galleries, and theatres to enjoy. The Roemer and Pelizaeus Museum holds one of the most significant collections of Ancient Egyptian artifacts in Europe. For nature lovers, the Magdalenengarten, a Baroque park, provides a tranquil escape from the urban hustle.
The city also has a lively market square featuring beautiful half-timbered houses and a charming atmosphere that provides an authentic German experience. Whether it's strolling through historic streets, savoring traditional German cuisine, or taking part in vibrant festivals, Hildesheim offers something for everyone.
Hildesheim truly is a haven for those who appreciate the allure of history, the beauty of architecture, and the charm of small-city life.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Hildesheim

St. Michael's Church

One of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, this Romanesque church is a masterpiece of medieval architecture with intricate wooden ceilings.

St. Mary's Cathedral

Another UNESCO-listed site, the cathedral is famous for its bronze doors and the ancient rosebush.

Roemer and Pelizaeus Museum

Home to a comprehensive collection of Ancient Egyptian artifacts, this museum is a must-see for history buffs.


A Baroque park that offers a peaceful respite and features intricate sculptures and fountains.

Historic Market Square

Lined with half-timbered houses, the square hosts markets and events, serving as the city's social hub.

St. Andreas Church

A Gothic church with a spire that offers panoramic views of the city.

City Museum

Explore the local history and culture, featuring artifacts from various epochs.

Theater für Niedersachsen

The city's main theater, hosting a variety of performances from plays to musicals.


A well-preserved medieval tower that used to be part of the city's fortifications.

St. Bernward's Column

A Romanesque artwork inside the cathedral, dedicated to the city's patron saint, Bernward.

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In and around Hildesheim

Hildesheim (0.37 km)

Hildesheim is a city in Lower Saxony, Germany with 101,693 inhabitants. It is in the district of Hildesheim, about 30 km southeast of Hanover on the banks of the Innerste River, a small tributary of the Leine River.

Hannover (28.99 km)

Nestled on the River Leine, Hanover is a vital hub in northern Germany, seamlessly blending its royal past with present-day innovations. Famed for its trade fairs and lush green gardens, Hanover offers a cultural odyssey in the heart of Lower Saxony.

Wewelsburg (107.63 km)

A Renaissance-era castle turned museum in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Shrouded in myth, legend, and a dark past, this triangular-shaped fortress offers a deep dive into German history, occult symbolism, and wartime secrets.

Magdeburg (114.99 km)

Magdeburg, the capital city of Saxony-Anhalt in Germany, offers a blend of history, culture, and modernity that is uniquely its own.

Bremen (128.86 km)

Bremen, a city-state in northern Germany, radiates with rich maritime history, enchanting fairy tales, and captivating architecture. Its blend of historical charm and modern vivacity makes it a must-visit spot for travelers.

Bremerhaven (128.86 km)

Perched on Germany's North Sea coast, Bremerhaven is a maritime symphony, seamlessly weaving together tales of seafaring adventures, emigrant journeys, and groundbreaking research with the relentless rhythm of the waves.

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