The first documented mention of the medieval town of Warburg dates back to 1036. In the romantic Bördeland region, the former Hanseatic town lies between the foothills of the Egge Mountains and the Hessian Highlands in the border triangle of North Rhine-Westphalia, Hesse and Lower Saxony. Over the centuries, the old and new towns of Warburg were brought together. This can still be felt today in the unique combination of history and modernity in this charming little town. Experience the pulsating life in trendy pubs and stylish restaurants in a historical setting or enjoy one of the numerous castle concerts. There are also regular interesting vernissages and exhibitions of the many artists who are based in Warburg.