Holiday Inn Wolfsburg

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Rathaus Strasse 1, Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, 38440, Germany
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25%
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  • Families30
  • Couples42
  • Solo70
  • Business46

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Travel Tips for Wolfsburg

The Autostadt was opened in...

by sabsi

The Autostadt was opened in the year 2000 and it is a Volkswagen themepark which consists of different pavilions and a wonderful park. Every car manufacturer that belongs to the Volkswagen Group (like Audi, SEAT, Bentley, Lambourghini or Skoda) has its own pavilion.

Come with me..I will show you around...here's your ticket!

Autostadt: Mobility Deck

by Gerrem

A new learning-location!

The Autostadt has opened its latest attraction, the Mobility Deck. This brand new education platform incorporates the latest in media and technology on more than 400 m² . The Autostadt thus supports the Mobility Curriculum of the State of Niedersachsen. The Mobility Deck is to be found on the ground floor of the ServiceHaus, home to the Autostadt Administration offices. This IT-benchmark enables scholars to work together on computers and interior design allows for a variety of inter-personal interactions e.g. role-play aided by mobile room-dividers. The Mobi-Deck is also equipped with LED projectors and extra-large screens with the best in audiovisual technology.

VWs and odd sights

by Sjalen

Since I have relatives here I have visited it for almost 30 years now and keep discovering sights...

Wolfsburg hat WOB. That's how the tourist slogan goes as WOB is the car plate letters for Wolfsburg and the town wouldn't have existed without Volkswagen. It was Hitler who took the first dig with the spade to establish his new dream of a "car for the people" and then of course the people also needed a town to live in. Today it has grown to around 120 000 people, most of them with some connection to the huge factory. It starts somewhere halfway to Braunschweig and you can then follow its test tracks, power stations and more all the way to Wolfsburg itself where its main centrepiece is the four chimneys seen all over town and the huge blue VW sign glowing in the dark.

Most people just say it's an incredibly boring place and sure enough, it's not the most entertaining place, but what I like is the modern history. See my tips on "musts" and "off the beaten path" and you will see that I recommend the museum with its horrific descriptions of prisoned workers' children during the war as well as a trip to Helmstedt where you can still see a bit of the old GDR Wall. Sometimes we need a bit of modern history amongst all quaint villages. Having said that, the latter still exist too, you need only visit suburban villages such as Fallersleben, or even the castle in Alt Wolfsburg for a bit of atmosphere.

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Address: Rathaus Strasse 1, Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, 38440, Germany