Landkreis Saalekreis


Domplatz 9
06217 Merseburg

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The administrative district Saalekreis with about 200,000 inhabitants is located in the south of Saxony-Anhalt and encloses the city of Halle (Saale). There is a connection of tradition and modern age, former witnesses are kept and report industrial complexes appearing futuristic of the inventiveness of the people. The river Saale which draws itself from Bad Dürrenberg to Merseburg to Wettin and Rothenburg is named stamping. The farming is the third strongest economic sector next to the chemical and synthetic material processing industry. About 70 per cent of the district area is used agriculturally. No miracle, because the region around Querfurt shows the best floor values in Germany. Besides the stockbreeding and the cultivation of grain one finds wide fruit plantations and wine around Höhnstedt. However, vines grow just on the meanwhile biggest continental lake of Germany, the Geiseltalsee, on a former coal stockpile. Even for beer experts the Saalekreis has something to offer: With the brewery of Landsberg the only private brewery in Saxony-Anhalt is situated right here. It has set up a lasting monument to the district town Merseburg with the Merseburg Kellerbräu.

But the Saalekreis doesn't have to offer something only culinarily: Castles and monasteries, garden dreams and one of the world’s largest refineries, mysterious crows and delicious wine – the administrative district has many different faces, but each of them is fascinating and well worth discovering.

This region, one of Germany’s most historic, bids its visitors a warm welcome –whether you are travelling along the Romanesque Road, along the Mansfelder Seen Wine Route, through the Saale valley, or through the area’s many parks and gardens. You will encounter both spectacular surprises and relaxing, unspoilt tranquility.