Höxter, on the river Weser, offers a wide range of cultural and leisure activities. In particular, the castle and abbey Corvey and the porcelain factory at Schloss Fürstenberg attract visitors from all over the Weserbergland and beyond. Höxter's historical old town is also home to the Forum Jacob Pins and many beautiful half-timbered buildings, making a visit well worthwhile.
The leisure park Freizeitanlage Höxter-Godelheim is ideal for families with children. The easily accessible swimming and leisure lake, not far from Höxter's town centre, offers a wide range of play and sports amenities as well as a huge area for sunbathing or simply relaxing.
Situated right beside the Weser-cycle route, the park is also a popular stop-off for people touring by bike. Höxter is a cycle intersection for the Weserbergland: the Weser-Cycle route, Europe-Cycle route R 1/D-Route 3 and the Wellness-cycle route all of them come together in the town. The local cycling route network, cycle-friendly accommodation providers and eating places make the town a perfect starting point for cycle tours of this attractive region. To round off the experience, why not discover Höxter from the water? Whether you choose a cruise on the Weser with Flotte Weser or a trip by canoe, you can combine an exploration of the river Weser with a cultural journey of discovery.