Situated in the triangle of Weimar, Jena and Naumburg, the idyllic town of Bad Sulza looks back on a 170-year-old tradition as a spa town. During the past centuries, the local brine springs were used for harvesting and producing salt. The saline water has a beneficial effect for the personal health which is used until today as a remedy for various ailments.
With a winegrowing tradition of more than 800 years, a wonderful natural landscape as well as a variety of historic buildings and facility which can be discovered throughout the town and the spa garden, Bad Sulza attracts a vast number of spa guests and tourists every year.
The cultural region between rivers Saale and Ilm is ideal for long hikes and walks on which you discover castles, strongholds and protected nature reserves.