The town of Holzminden in Lower Saxony is dominated by the river Weser. Old half-timbered houses and modern residential and commercial developments sit side-by-side to harmonious effect. Located just 80 kilometres from Hanover, Holzminden itself has become a significant commercial centre: it has been given the official title of the “Town of Fragrances and Aromas” in honour of its central importance in the international aroma and flavourings industry. This charming town in the upper reaches of the Weserbergland features historical buildings such as the Kaiser-Wilhelm Tower or the half-timbered Tilly-Haus, and events such as the weekly market, a popular meeting place for tourists and locals alike. The Solling highlands, which offer hiking routes and cycle paths and interesting places such as the Hochmoor Mecklenbruch nature reserve and numerous look-out towers, mean that Holzminden has one of Germany’s loveliest woodland regions on its doorstep.
Offering you the choice of prime locations - your real estate consultant in Holzminden will be happy to advise you.