Barrier-free experiences in Siegen-Wittgenstein
Idyllic nature and half-timbered romanticism
Gurgling brooks, chirping birds, and forest wherever you look – the Siegen-Wittgenstein region has near-untouched forests, spell-bound valleys, and even some wild animals here and there.
Travellers can find calm spots here, e.g. on the Rothaarsteig. The “Sensory path” is one of the most beautiful high paths in Europe, leading through the region’s unique natural landscape. Special themed routes take walkers to “hiking highlights to the left and right of the Rothaarsteig”. One of them is the “Fachwerkweg Freudenberg”, leading to the half-timbered town core, called the “Alter Flecken”. The half-timbered beauties in black and white are unique eye-catchers and a popular photo spot.
Beyond the half-timbered town of Freudenberg, many other idyllic little towns with historical town cores, palaces and castles are waiting to be explored. They include Bad Berleburg, Bad Laasphe, Hilchenbach, or Siegen.