Sankt Andreasberg is a former town in the district of Goslar, in Lower Saxony, Germany. Since 1 November 2011, it is part of the town Braunlage. It is situated in the Harz, approximately 7 km west of Braunlage proper, and 20 km east of Osterode am Harz.
Restaurants in Sankt Andreasberg
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Weer een zilvermijn. Je moet wel met een rondleiding meegaan Ze moeten deze mijn open houden voor het publiek Dit is goed voor ons nageslacht.Dit is een must om er heen te gaan . Bij weinig bezoekers zal dit moeten sluiten .
4 based on 160 reviews
4.5 based on 44 reviews
In an area with plenty of outdoor pursuits, the chairlift is certainly the thing to do in Bad Lauterberg. It's quite a short journey to the top, but you'll be rewarded with spectacular views across the town and up the Oder valley. There's a decent restaurant at the top that struggles to cope on sunny days, but the food is hearty even if the beer is indifferent.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
visited here today with my husband and dog, lovely walk in the snow. it was a nice visitors centre where you can get information about the area and very friendly staff who speech English. great area for all your snow fun, will be returning again in a few days. the car park you pay and it's a euro for an hour. there is somewhere to eat and drink there well a couple of places to chose from.
4 based on 59 reviews
We visited Kristalltherme Altenau twice in the last year. It is such a great place to go. The atmosphere is very friendly and easy going. The salt baths outside are really magnificent.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
We came here on a Tuesday wanting to do a tour only to be told they are only on certain days and have to be booked well in advance through the website. Nevertheless the lovely young man in the shop took lots of time to talk to us about the operation and we ended up trying (and buying) several whiskies.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
While staying in Bad Sachsa you're very close to the former border between east and west Germany. This little museum is dedicated to this 45 years of separation focusing on the border itself.
There is much to see, especially the fences are impresive.
When you're there, make sure you get the guided tour as this will provide context and will help you feel and understand the way it was.
I'm not sure whether the guided tour is available in English, as ours was in German.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Ein wunderbares ansehenswertes Kirchlein, aber dann ist auch Schluss, wir waren fünf Tgae in Elend und die Kirche war zu, da kann man mehr draus machen
4 based on 16 reviews
Our teenaged kids wanted to try the rodelbahn and we went for it. They loved it! Afterwards we took a walk and ate something there. We all agreed we had a great afternoon!
4.5 based on 67 reviews
Collect your monster scooter at the bottom for €16 including helmet and lift pass. You go in a gondola and your scooter in a bike carrier and ride up the wurmburg. Then meet up with your monster scooter at the top and follow the trails down the hill. Some bits are steep so you can go pretty fast although the brakes on the scooters are great. There's also some bumpy parts and we found some mud to scoot through! Took us about an hour and a half from getting the scooters to handing them back. We stopped for photos too. You need a photo ID to leave as a deposit. Great fun :-D
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