Görlitz  is Germany's easternmost town, situated across the Neisse River from its Polish sister city of Zgorzelec. It is very well preserved and survived the Second World War more or less intact. A lot of money was invested in the 1990's to restore the city's old town. It is conviently located on the rail and autobahn routes from Dresden to Wroclaw, Poland.
- Visit the Silesia Museum - a museum dedicated to the history of Silesia.
- Walk along the Neisse River bank and enjoy the view of the older buildings and the abundant nature.
- Tour the cathedral and the main street in the Old Town.
- Take a stroll across the Neisse River into Poland using the new pedestrian footbridge and get a different perspective of the old town from a distance.
There is a local brewery, the Landskron Brauerei.
The city is home to a nice historic youth hostel.
This page was last edited at 01:41, on 8 August 2008 by James Yolkowski. Based on work by Philipp Schäufele and Felix Gottwald, Wikitravel user(s) Knarf-bz and Pashley and Anonymous user(s) of Wikitravel.