Quedlinburg is a medieval old town located in Germany, in the district of Harz, west of Saxony-Anhalt. This perfectly preserved town was set on UNESCO’s World Heritage List on 1994, and is about 170 km distant from Berlin. The city was first mentioned on the 10th century.
The historic center of Quedlinburg contains half timbered buildings from at least five different centuries, churches and a castle on the top of a hill, where you can have a panoramic view of the city. This charming city makes you feel like you were on middle age times, especially when walking through one of the narrow alleys that can be found in the old city.