Thuringia is one of the least known German states amongst foreign travellers but enjoys a good reputation with local holidaymakers. A predominantly mountainous and forested region, Thuringia is also known for a quartet of beautiful ancient cities and the …

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Jena is a city in the central German state of Thuringia.

Weimar is the town of Goethe and Schiller and is found in Thuringia state, Germany.

Erfurt is the capital of the German state of Thuringia and has about 200,000 inhabitants.


Gotha is in Thuringia, Germany. During the late Middle Ages, Gotha was an important market town, located on the Via Regia international trade route.

Gera is a city in Thuringia in Germany. Gera Hauptbahnhof is situated a 5-10 min walk from the City Centre, but just served by regional Trains.

Nordhausen is a 44 000 inhabitant town in Thuringia.

Mühlhausen is a city in Thuringia. By public transport, take a train from Göttingen or Erfurt - the railway station is about 15 minutes on foot from the old city centre.

Saalfeld is a city in the Saalfeld-Rudolstadt area in Thuringia, Germany.

Eisenach is a city in Thuringia, Germany. It is famous both as the birthplace of the Baroque composer Johann Sebastian Bach, as well as the city where Martin Luther lived as a child.


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Other Names for Thuringia

  • English:  Free State of Thuringia
  • French:  Thuringe
  • German:  Freistaat Thüringen, Thüringen
  • Italian:  Turingia
  • Korean:  튀링겐 자유주
  • Spanish:  Thüringen
  • Land Thüringen

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