One of the most important contemporary witnesses of its kind in all of Germany.
Oberes Schloss Greiz
Visible from afar, the Obere Schloss (upper castle) looms over the valley of the Weißen Elster River and has dominated the region for centuries.
Unteres Schloss Greiz
A prime example of classicist architecture that has roots in the Renaissance era.
Greiz Summer Palace
The “beautiful sanctuary” house has been home to art and culture for many decades.
Royal Complex Bad Elster
Historical Spa Architecture as a Living Work of Art.
Since the Middle Ages the defiant walls are an obvious landmark of Oelnitz.
Situated in the middle of an expansive landscaped park, the castle is a magnet for nature lovers.
Castle Burgk on the river Saale is pictorial surrounded by the district between the river dams of Bleiloch and Hohenwarte.
Late Gothic splendour revives aristocratic life of centuries past.
Visitors have a choice of two museums in the historical ancestral home of the Lords von Ronneburg.
The town’s cultural life takes place where the composer Count Otto Carl Erdmann von Kospoth once resided.
Mylau Castle is one of the most impressive castles in the Vogtland.
Burg Schönfels in Lichtentanne
This significant fortress from the Middle Ages equally fascinates visitors and archaeologists.
Burgstein Ruins in Krebes
A wild and romantic historical setting reminiscent of times long past.
Castle Ruins in Elserberg
In the centre of Elsterberg, high above the town, are the largest castle ruins in Saxony.
Castle Ruins in Reichenfels
The romantic ruins of a knight’s castle with a local history library are situated in the middle of a conservation area.
St. Mary’s Protestant Mountain Church in Schleiz
The mountain church high above the town is situated in a park-like mountain cemetery and has been a popular place to visit for more than 800 years.
St. Vitus Church in Wünschendorf
The oldest church in the Vogtland is more than 1000 years old and is representative of four styles of architecture.
The Mildenfurth Monastery
Wünschendorf’s two monasteries were once important centres for the entire region.
St. Laurentius Church in Elsterberg
After the large town fire in 1840, the St. Laurentius Church was completely redone in the neo Romance and neo Gothic styles.
Luther Church in Plauen
The former God’s Acre Church was given the Reformer’s name on his 400th birthday.
St. Trinitatis Church in Bad Elster
The architecturally charming, neo-Gothic church is located directly on the church square, across from city hall on the Kirchberg in Bad Elster.