Order information material and brochures

You can either download our current brochures and leaflets directly above or have them conveniently sent to your home. We take the liberty of enclosing a remittance slip with the information package. If you are satisfied with our service, we would be pleased to receive a small contribution. Thank you very much.

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Bad Sulza is easy to reach from all directions, whether by car, train, train or bicycle.

By car:

  • via the highway exits:
    • A4 – Apolda
    • A9 – Bad Klosterlausnitz
    • A9 – Naumburg
    • A71 Sömmerda East
  • via the federal highways:
    • B 87 Reisdorf
    • B 88 Camburg

By train:

  • Bad Sulza station: Eisenach – Erfurt – Naumburg – Halle with connections to IC and ICE trains in Erfurt and Naumburg
  • Travel times, prices and further information can be found at www.bahn.de
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You will find plenty of parking options in the town – both free and inexpensive directly in the town center. You will find parking spaces among others:

  • In order to
  • Ludwig-Wiegand-Straße
  • Weir meadow
  • At the graduation house
  • At the station
  • At the tourist information office

Simply follow the signs.
Our city map gives you an overview of all available parking spaces in the town.

Tourist information

Sometimes we are a little envious of our great workplace. The tourist information office, housed in the historic Inhalatorium in the middle of the spa gardens, is simply a wonderful place.
The Tourist Information team will be happy to answer all your questions about your stay, the sights, hiking and cycling trails and will be happy to help you decide whether you prefer a semi-dry Bacchus or a dry Silvaner. If in doubt, just take both wines, you’re definitely not doing anything wrong.
Our services at a glance:

  • Tips and recommendations for your stay
  • Bike rental and e-bike charging station
  • Wine and souvenir store with Thuringian wines and original Bad Sulza brine products brine jam, brine sweets, licorice tagetes brine liqueur and much more.
  • City and spa library
  • Information and maps of Bad Sulza and the surrounding area as well as cycling and hiking trails
  • free W-LAN
  • Refill station: free refilling of your drinking vessel with tap water

Spa & guest card

Bad Sulza is a state-recognized saltwater spa and charges a spa fee, which you pay directly to your landlord in addition to the accommodation price. Your landlord will give you your spa and guest card, with which you can receive numerous discounts or attend events completely free of charge.

The spa fee paid by you will be forwarded directly to the town of Bad Sulza. As a guest, you make an important contribution to the preservation and maintenance of Bad Sulza’s spa and park facilities, the “Louise” graduation house, the hiking trails, the tourist information center and much more.

By the way: With the spa fee paid in Bad Sulza, you also receive numerous discounts and offers in the towns of our spa triangle Naumburg, Freyburg, Bad Bibra and Bad Kösen. You can find information on the discounts available in the towns here.

These are some of the benefits:

  • Visit to the “Louise” graduation house including atomizer and inhalation hall: you save € 1.00
  • Use of the city and spa library: you save at least € 2.00
  • Visit Toskana Therme: you save € 0.50 on the admission price
  • Visit Goethe Garden House 2: you save 10% on the admission price
  • Visit to the Saline and Local History Museum: you save € 1.00
  • Visit to the drinking hall with tasting of Bad Sulza brine: free of charge
  • Visit to spa concerts: free of charge
  • Participation in the Sunday hike: free of charge
  • Guided tour of Naumburg Cathedral: you save € 1.00
  • Visit Käthe Kruse doll exhibition and Romanesque House Bad Kösen: you save € 1.00
  • Guided tour of the Freyburg Winegrowers’ Association: free of charge
  • Guided tour of Neuenburg Castle: you save € 0.50

Spa fee statutes

Here you will find the spa contribution statutes valid in the state-recognized brine spa.

Statutes for levying the visitor’s tax 2019 (PDF Download 2.7 MB)

City and group tours

Every Sunday – whether spring, summer, fall or winter – you can join one of our walking guides on one of the public city and walking tours we offer. The tour takes you through Bad Sulza and the surrounding area on different themes and routes. Here you can find out all sorts of interesting facts about Bad Sulza’s wine-growing tradition, the history of the saltworks and salt, the town’s history and go on a herb or bird song walk.
The exact times, meeting points and topics can be found in our calendar of events, on the notice boards or by contacting us directly at the Tourist Information Office.

Please do not forget your spa card. Then participation is completely free of charge for you.

We will also be happy to help you if you are planning an individual tour of Bad Sulza with friends, family or your travel group.


The last few hot summers, storms and heavy rainfall events have certainly made it clear to everyone – our climate is changing. We will all have to cope with weather events that will affect our lives, the lives of our children and grandchildren.
We as the spa company and the tourist information team as well as the Bad Sulza town council have set out to take small steps to do something for our environment and therefore our climate.

Here are a few examples:

  • As a spa company, we operate nine photovoltaic systems that are installed on various buildings in the city. The electricity generated here is fed into the grid.
  • The street lighting in the village is gradually being converted to LED
  • Waste collection campaigns take place every year with the support of numerous volunteers
  • Sale of numerous regional brine products and local products such as Thuringian wine or honey, which are made by local producers and manufacturers
  • Refill stations: the concept of Refill Germany is easy to explain: you can refill your own drinking containers free of charge at several locations in the town, for example at the tourist information office, in the Trinkhalle or at the “Louisen-Eck” service building, directly on the Ilmtal cycle path
  • and then there are the little things: paper printed on one side becomes “scratch paper”, heaters are turned down after work, waste is separated,…