University of Music Franz Liszt Weimar
You know each other, everyone knows everyone. Weimar, with its approximately 65,000 inhabitants, may be one of the small ones. But that's exactly what makes his charm. In terms of quality of life and culture, the classic city plays in the first league anyway. Goethe and Schiller, Bach and Liszt, the Cranachs and Gropius, among many other personalities, continue to shape the self-image of the city. Every year, more than 3 million tourists are drawn to the flair of the European Capital of Culture of 1999. This is not only due to their cozy streets and alleys with their characteristic cobblestones. The historic architecture and the embedded park landscapes provide Weimar's feel-good factor.