The half-timbered jewel in the Weserbergland is idyllically situated at the confluence of Fulda and Werra to form the Weser . " As one of the seven most beautifully situated cities in the world "to the widely traveled Alexander von Humboldt Hann” he referred to Hann Münden as a Miniature Dreamland emerging from the medieval town with Welfenschloss, walls, bridges, half-timbered houses, river landscapes and forests of the Tillyschanze . Take a stroll into the Medieval Town Center and enjoy on the many terraces a meal/beverage hearing the Doctor Eisenbart carillon in the town hall’s gable. Visit the Welfenschloß Castle and Civic Museum the Tillyschanze Observation Tower has an exceptional panoramic view over the nearby old town and its rivers and on the right-hand bank of the Weser 20km north of Hann the Romanesque Bursfelde Abbey. Many interesting cultural routes lead to an from Hann Münden, such as the "Deutsche Märchenstraße" (Fairy-Tale Road) or the "Deutsche Fachwerkstraße" (Framework Road). Our well-developed system of cycle paths are going through the picturesque countryside along the rivers Weser, Werra and Fulda. Discover our idyllic landscapes, charming half-timbered cities, convents, abbeys, castles and the homes of many famous legends and fairy tale figures. For the kids there is Erlebnispark Ziegenhagen a Amusement park with family-friendly rides, a petting zoo, vintage cars and folklore museums.