View to Kiessee (Gravel Lake) in Göttingen


The university town of Göttingen is located in the heart of Germany and is easily accessible both by train and by car. The Romantik Hotel Gebhards is located at the edge of Göttingen's Old Town, directly next to the historic city wall. With its equally central and attractive location between the main train station with its ICE connection and the city center, our hotel is the ideal starting point for a variety of leisure activities.

Experience Göttingen

Bismarck tower in the city forest of Göttingen

There is a lot to discover in Göttingen – convince yourself by taking one of the numerous themed city tours or with a ride on the original London double-decker bus. Numerous attractions can be explored on a walk through the city center - from the famous Gänseliesel at the Old Town hall, to the Vierkirchenblick and to a multitude of sculptures and historic buildings, many of which hosted famous personalities and Nobel laureates in the past . The old botanical garden is also centrally located and invites you for a walk, as well as the Stadtwall (city wall). The old city cemetery with the so-called ‘Nobel Rondelle’ - a joint memorial to the eight Nobel laureates buried in Göttingen is also worth a visit.

Culture, Sports & Relaxation

Deutsches Theater (German Theater) in Göttingen

The university city of Göttingen offers leisure activities for every taste: culture lovers will enjoy the distinct cultural life in Göttingen. Three theaters, a symphony orchestra, several museums and exhibitions, as well as its annual events: the Händel Festival, Literaturherbst (literary fall), major events with international casts in the Lokhalle and the cultural summer are just a few examples.

If you prefer sports, you will be fascinated by basketball games held in the special ambience of the Lokhalle. You can also take part in a bicycle or boat tour. If you would like to unwind, enjoy a short break in the hotel's own wellness area with sauna and whirlpool, a visit to the swimming paradise Eiswiese or a brine bath in the bathhouse of the only remaining Pfannensaline (= ‘pan saline’).