Welcome to Einbeck

Vintage cars - timber-framed houses - beer

Jewel in the heart of Germany

Right in the middle – that’s how one could put it after a short look at a map of Germany. The pretty timber-framed town Einbeck is situated in an idyllic setting of soft hills in the heart of the country, in-between the low mountain ranges Weserbergland, Harz and Solling. It expands widely and you will find it hard to believe: With more than 231 square kilometres our Einbeck is one of the largest city districts in southern Lower Saxony!

We, which is close to 31,000 citizens of Einbeck, have spread quite well across this beautiful region: Approximately 13,000 people live in the city, the rest in altogether 46 villages. We live in a former Hanseatic town - and this town is a real jewel! We are proud of a lot of things about our amazing town.

But especially we are proud of the magnificent, ornate historic timber-framed houses, our tasty Einbecker beer and Europe’s largest vintage cars collection in the PS.SPEICHER and the collections housing more than 2,500 exhibits.

You want to learn more? Come on and have a look… 

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In the mood for ...

Vintage cars, timber-framed architecture or beer?

© mehle hundertmark Fotografie

Einbeck in 360°

Couch surfing 2.0 through vintage cars, timber-frame and beer city Einbeck!

Stadtbild von Einbeck in 360°© mehle hundertmark Fotografie


You are still looking for where to go on an excursion and would like to be inspired? A quick click will help you out! With the 360° panoramic images by mehle-hundertmark Fotografie, our beautiful Einbeck comes directly into your home. This way, you can comfortably plan your visit to Einbeck whilst sitting on your sofa, but you can also experience an insightful city tour!

Interesting facts about Einbeck

Did you know that ...?

can be found in Europe's largest VINTAGE CARS collection - PS.SPEICHER and collections - at 5 different locations in Einbeck!

buildings of our town are originated in the Renaissance period and were built after the large city fires in 1540 and 1549.

held gruit (brewing) rights up to the 17th century. In the Middle Ages, Einbeck owed its wealth overall to its Ainpöckisch beer.

© David Silesu

Events & festivals in Einbeck

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