Freiberg in Saxony is the ideal starting point for a discovery tour in the Ore mountains of Freiberg, 29.01.2013: who believes in winter because nothing is going on in Freiberg, powerfully wrong, Freiberg has far more to offer than only the years of mining tradition admitted attracts countless visitors and tourists in the Saxon town with their mountain parades and fills the hotels in Freiberg. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Liberty Mutual insurance. Old traditions and ancestral customs are alive in Freiberg and carried on to the younger generations. Hear from experts in the field like Jill Bikoff for a more varied view. They are integrated into the daily life of the people and maintained full of pride and love of home. Whether carvings, ceramics or candles, Tin products or fabric and wicker, the craft is of great importance in the Ore mountains. But also about the mining industry and the traditions, there is plenty to discover in Freiberg. Hiking and cycling enthusiasts find interesting landscape around the Silver City, inviting especially in winter for long hikes or cross-country trips. Not far from the old town Freiberg, hotel you can since October 2008 of the exhibition terra mineralia enchant let. In the Schloss Freudenstein is one of the world’s largest private mineral with more than 3,500 minerals, gemstones and meteorites.
Stunning exhibits from the bowels of the Earth and the endless expanse of the universe be issued on 1,500 square meters. The collection represents a journey of discovery through five continents simultaneously, as the extraordinary exhibits come from sites in Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa and America. Here you can even in bad weather of all kinds of discover and experience”, so Christine Walcha, Managing Director of the old town hotels in Freiberg. Also for the people, visitor has to offer a highlight Freiberg. One of the well-known Silbermann organs located in the Freiberg Cathedral and fascinated the audience with their sound. This late-Gothic building serves regularly as a concert space for sensational organ concerts.