Berlin, the national capital, is situated 140 miles (225 kilometers) north of Mylau.
See firsthand why Saxony is so frequented by travelers from all over the world, by exploring the numerous natural and man-made attractions around Mylau. Triptis, lays 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southeast, while Aue lies 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the west.
Approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the south of Mylau is Bad Elster, an important regional city and the home of The Royal Spa House, Badeplatz and Naturtheater. Albert Park and Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity are also good places to visit.
Go to Saxony's popular historic palaces, it's a good way to learn about the region's colorful history. If the sun isn't shining, fear not, Saxony features a range of art galleries and history museums, that will keep you entertained and dry.
Sky diving is a great option for travelers longing to connect with their inner-daredevil. This area is a good place to get out and participate in some great winter activities. When temperatures drop, grab your mittens and scarf and try skiing and snowboarding.
You'll hate to bid "Tschüss" (farewell) to this unique part of the world.