Berlin, the capital of Germany, is situated about 140 miles (225 kilometers) north of Gruenhain-Beierfeld.
It's no surprise the area around Gruenhain-Beierfeld is such a hotspot for travelers from all over the world; the region is home to a treasure-trove of wonderful things to see and do. If your schedule allows it, head 9 miles (14 kilometers) where you'll find Annaberg-Buchholz. Here you can enjoy the Ore Mountain Museum and Adam Ries Museum.
Bad Elster, is another interesting spot to explore. It is 30 miles (48 kilometers) from Gruenhain-Beierfeld and offers a wide range of things to see, such as Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity, Albert Park and Naturtheater. If you still have time left, why not stop by Badeplatz and The Royal Spa House before you head back to Gruenhain-Beierfeld.
The most rewarding places for travelers to visit when they discover a new place are the ones that provide a picture of the culture. Don't skip Saxony's art galleries and history museums. A great way to better understand a spot is by exploring its past. So be sure to visit the fortresses while you are in the area.
Why not check out some wintersports while you are here? Snowboarding is a good option. Another one is skiing. Why not combine a little learning with leisure on your vacation by joining one of the area's informative culinary tours, segway tours and city walking tours.
When it is time to depart from this special place, say farewell the way locals do, with a heartfelt "Tschüss."