Augustinian Monastery Erfurt - Tagen im Drei-Städte-Takt
Augustinian Monastery Erfurt
Meet where Martin Luther prayed and worked
The Augustinian Monastery was built around 1277 by Augustinian monks. They lived here until the 16th century, among them the reformer Martin Luther. Today, the Augustinian Monastery is a conference and meeting venue operated by the Protestant Church in Central Germany.
Between 2000 and 2010, the buildings and premises of the monastery complex were extensively restored, renovated and reconstructed. Today, the Augustinian Monastery offers the ideal location and most modern facilities for conferences, seminars and incentives, as well as excellent catering. The ten both historic and modern conference rooms offer space for up to 200 people.
Becoming a World Heritage Site - Old Synagogue and Mikvah
The monastery itself and the neighbouring guest houses offer accommodations for 126 guests. So nothing can distract from a productive and concentrated conference weekend in the conference centre with its cloister atmosphere.