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Bad Sulza is a small town on the Ilm [river] in Thuringia. It is known as a spa and wine town in the Weimarer Land district of east Thuringia. It is especially well-known for its health and wellness facilities. Bad Sulza lies amidst the green heart of Thuringia, called the “Tuscany of the East” because of its dense forest (Thuringian Forest). Weimarer Land enjoys a rich tradition of nearly 1000 years in wine production. Near Bad Sulza you will find the beginning of the Saale-Unstrut "wine route" which takes you through the northernmost wine region of Europe (Kösen, Freyburg and Nebra). Be sure to enjoy a good glass of wine along the way! The rich variety of culture, nature and landscapes draw numerous tourists to this region each year. For relaxation and well-being, there is Toskana Spa. In the Liquid Sound Temple you can swim accompanied by light and music. Sites such as Dornburger Schlösser (3 castles) with its rose gardens, Naumburger Cathedral, the towers of Rudelsburg and Saaleck, and the settlement of Eckartsburg are just a short journey away by car or train. This is also an ideal place for hiking, cycling and boat excursions. With its vast forests, rolling hills, winding valleys, vineyards and healing water Thuringia can be enjoyed in every season. Of course there are a number of attractions and viewpoints that should definitely not be missed including Apolda (15 km); the Wasserburg Clock Museum in Kapellendorf (20km); the cities of Jena (21km), Weimar (30km) and Naumburg (23km); Auerstedt castle with its museum; the Auerworld Palace (“Willow Palace”) (4 km); Kromsdorf Castle (25km) and Bad Kösen (10km) with its salt mine.