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Helmstedt is an independent municipality and one of the attractive towns in Lower Saxony with a lot to offer. It is a town where cosiness and comfort are combined with German stability.
"Fachwerk Street", or even a whole district of more than four hundred houses, is the city's hallmark. The market square of Helmstedt exudes a unique atmosphere during the Christmas season. Visitors can stroll through the Christmas market with a historical backdrop and discover gifts, woodwork and handicrafts, and culinary delights. Candles, fire, singing and bands complete the Christmas spirit. More than 160 sports clubs, 30 different sports and 34,000 club members show that sport moves and unite people in and around Helmstedt. Helmstedt is surrounded by wooded Elm and Lappwald hills. The marked network of cycling and hiking trails in the Elm-Lapwald Nature Park invites tourists to enjoy diverse nature and discover impressive historical evidence.
Juleum, a former university building, is by far the most beautiful in the whole city. Together with the picturesque exterior wall decoration, sculptures, and the university coat of arms, it looks more like a palace than an educational institution. An observation deck is equipped in the tower of the building, and various events are held in the lower halls. For almost three centuries, the educational institution played a key role in the city's development. Helmstedt is also home to the private medical centre Academic Hospital Helios St. Marienberg Helmstedt. The experienced medical team of the clinic offers services at the level of leading European clinics, so patients come here not only from the region but from all over Germany.
Helmstedt is perfect for connoisseurs of antiquity, those who seek a relaxing pastime in a miniature, well-groomed town. Tourists often return to the city to relax from the hustle and bustle of megacities.