Art gallery inside the historic Haus zum Roten Ochsen.
This church ruin has a small collection of medieval art and hosts a summer theatre in its courtyard.
Neo-Gothic town hall built in 1870–75, with a series of murals depicting scenes from Luther’s life, as well as the Tannhäuser and Faust...
This unassuming wine bar has soft music, candlelight and as many as 50 wines by the glass, including some hard-to-get bottles from the...
Trattoria la Grappa
This cosy Italian trattoria wends and winds over two floors and is almost bursting at the seams with homely decorations. The pasta is...
Lonely Planet review
Erfurt's churches give an interesting insight into the city's history. The Predigerkirche was completed in 1400, and has regular organ recitals in summer on its reconstructed baroque organ.