Vacation Apartment in Braunschweig - 581 sqft, heating, TV, radio (# 1624)
The 2-room apartment with balcony is ideal for two people. The bedroom is in the east, living room and balcony on the west. It has electric floor heating with granite floors. In the bedroom there is a allergic-friendly carpet. Bus and train transport nearby., key advantages: heating, TV, radio, 1 living/family room, , fully equipped kitchen, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is conveniently located close to the downtown area of Braunschweig, , Right next to the natural history museum; Two minutes from the botanic garden, 15 minutes away from the city center on foot. Great connections to public transports. Lots of restaurants in the local area! Tons of leisure activities for the whole family.
Location Braunschweig Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Braunschweig Airport. From Braunschweig Airport the distance to the unit at Bültenweg 0, 38106 Braunschweig is about 5 km (3.1 miles), approximately a 30 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Braunschweig, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $103-$122 for 2 persons.
Unit Size: 581 square feet
Additional Features: Central Heating, Oven, Dish Washer, Freezer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Toaster, Washing Machine, Clothes Dryer, Television, DVD Player, Balcony
More travel info about Braunschweig: Braunschweig is a city of 245,810 people (as of 31 December 2007), located in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is located north of the Harz mountains at the farthest navigable point of the Oker river, which connects to the North Sea via the rivers Aller and Weser. The historic English name for Braunschweig is Brunswick. The Burgplatz (Castle Square), comprising a group of buildings of great historical and cultural significance: the Cathedral (St. Blasius, built at the end of the 12th century), the Burg Dankwarderode (a 19th-century reconstruction of the old castle of Henry the Lion), the Neo-Gothic Town Hall (built in), as well as some picturesque half-timbered houses