Nestled at the confluence of rivers Ise and Aller, the town of Gifhorn is one of the fast growing economies near Brunswick and Wolfsburg. Capital of the eponymous district, the town's origins can be traced back to the end of the 12th Century. Home to numerous landmarks, the Bells Palace and International Water-Mills museum are some of the most famous. The Renaissance Castle Gifhorn, Russian Orthodox Wooden Church and the Cavalier House are also worthy of admiration. Historically rich and well-preserved, this town has a lot to offer to its visitors.