From when onwards may I visit Marburg again?
All hotels, self-catering holiday accommodation and campsites were allowed to reopen for tourism purposes on 15 May 2020. You may therefore visit Marburg as of now.
All visitors must comply with physical and social distancing rules: people may use public spaces alone, together with others living in the same household or together with people from one other household. They must maintain a physical distance of 1.5 metres from each other.
Can you stay in tourist accommodation in Marburg and the local region again?
Yes, provided the above mentioned social distancing rules are complied with.
Are the tourist attractions, leisure time facilities and day trip destinations in Marburg and the local region open again?
Tourist attractions, museums/exhibitions and certain leisure time facilities were allowed to reopen on 15 May 2020, provided special hygiene measures are in place. Please refer to the information regarding different opening times or special rules that apply provided by these facilities.
Have the guided tours of Marburg been resumed?
The public guided tours of the old city centre will take place again every Wednesday and Saturday from 6 June 2020 onwards; special hygiene measures apply. A limited number of guided tours for groups can also be booked again from 5 June 2020 onwards.
Can I go shopping again in Marburg?
Yes, you can go shopping in Marburg; special hygiene measures apply.
Are the restaurants in Marburg open again?
Restaurants were allowed to reopen on 15 May 2020, provided special hygiene measures are in place. Again, please refer to the information regarding different opening times provided by the individual restaurants.
Can I go to a public swimming pool or a sauna?
No, unfortunately, all public swimming pools and saunas are still closed.
What about clubs and discotheques?
Unfortunately, all clubs and discotheques are still closed.
Do I have to wear a face mask in Marburg?
Yes, since 27 April 2020, you must cover your mouth and nose, for example with a non-surgical face mask, i.e. a home-made one, or also with a scarf or a neckerchief, in the following places in the federal state of Hesse:
In public spaces and all other areas not listed above, the rule is:
Keep at least 1.5 metres away from strangers wherever possible!
You are urgently advised to wear a face mask if you are going somewhere where this is likely to be impossible.
Marburg Stadt und Land Tourismus GmbH
Phone: +49 6421 99120
Fax: +49 6421 991212