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The architecture around Erfurt is some of the most recognisable in all of Europe: medieval curved alleyways thread between beautiful Bauhaus-style structures while villas and mansions coat the surrounding landscape. The reason for the glorious variation of much of Erfurt's cityscape is due to the fact that very little of the city was hit during WW2, resulting in a skyline touched by a wide variety of different styles, as well as churches and monasteries that scrape the sky with their pin-sharp steeples.
Museums and theatres are varied and populous, while the city's restaurants and bars supply locals and visitors with quality beer and mouthwatering gastronomy. As you might expect, there is also some great accessible accommodation available in Erfurt.