Surrounding Staffel
(Radius 3 km)

  • supermarket with bakery
  • banks
  • bakery and butcher
  • pharmacy
  • several restaurants
  • discotheque
  • forest
  • cycle paths
    Limburg
    (3 km away)

  • idyllic old city-quarter with pavement cafes, nice pubs and art galleries
  • cathedral (750 yrs. old)
  • cinema
  • theatre- and concert performances
  • recently modernised open-air swimming pool
  • water sports
    Sightseeing excursions


  • Weilburg (23km): baroque residence and zoological park
  • Kubacher Kristallhöhle (25km)
  • castle Braunfels (35km)
  • mines of Solms (40km)
  • open air museum (45km)
  • Wiesbaden (45km)
  • Koblenz (50km)
  • Mainz (60km)
  • Frankfurt (75km)

    Hesse, that is: natural landscapes, from heather landscapes to marsh landscapes, attractive lakes and rivers, historical milestones in the form of picturesque half timber houses.

    Hesse is a prime holiday destination, offering countless active leisure possibilities like hiking, cycling or water sports. The diversity of Hesse's mountains are presented in a selection of the most attractive rambling routes in Hesse (8 - 19 km). Each of the routes have been tried and tested by experts to ensure beauty, nature, variety, walking conditions and proper route marking. Hesse offers long and short cycle routes to raise the spirits of any cycling enthusiast: nine long-distance cycling routes cover 2,200 kilometres, and then there are the Lahn and Werra valley routes, as well as numerous regional routes. Discover the beauty of Hesse on these inspirational tours: forests, castles and mediaeval towns - Limburg being one of them. Last but not least the water routes in Hesse provide countless kilometres of fresh views of the beauty of the central German landscape.

    The culinary delights of Hesse will please the most discerning palate. Many of the typical regional dishes have become famous through the "Hesse à la carte" book and television series, which unveiled the secrets of specialities such as "Frankfurter Grie Soss" (herb sauce), "Waldhessen Lumpen und Flöh" (white cabbage seasoned with caraway and bacon), or Waldbrunner Pfännchen from the Westerwald. Visit one of the restaurants working in cooperation with Hesse à la carte and you are guaranteed the finest of typical regional food and drinks in local style. Cider and beer are generally the most popular drinks, but Hesse is also a wine region, home to Rheingauer Riesling and Bergstrasse specialities, so don't miss the opportunity to enjoy a warm welcome and wine tasting at the local vineyards.