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All reviews romantic road traditional architecture rothenburg ob der tauber the tourist information office tall buildings romantische strasse walled city walk around years war christmas market like stepping back in time worth a stop we spent hours well worth the visit take your time middle ages st george
Dinkelsbühl's town wall was spared during the 30 Years War and today forms the basis of walks around the town - both inside the wall as well as outside it. The town is too small to have pedestrian free areas but the traffic, even in...More
Beautiful little town set in Bavaria along the Romantic Road. Cobbled paving and city walls with quaint buildings and features at every turn. It is unspoiled and not many tourists. You can park free of charge in the city and take an hr to walk...More
Dinkelsbühl is a beautiful little old city. If you enjoy looking at architecture and walk around this is a good place. You really dive into a world a couple hundred years back (except the cars you see everywhere :-)
There a lots of restaurants you...More
Every street was a delight and there are strict regulations on maintaining its history. Explore as much as you can. We were a bit disappointed that more of the wall wasn't accessible but the cost of maintaining such an old structure is understandable.
What a fairy tale town, Dinkelsbuhl and the old town is the highlight. Picture perfect buildings, restaurants, cafes, small shops.
Do not skip the gelato!This was one of our favorite towns during our three week travel in Germany, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein. Make sure you walk...More
Amazingly beautiful. I know many towns in Germany and this is one of my favorites. Most people go to Rothenburg ob der Tauber and skip Dinkelsbuhl, but it's only a short drive away and it's so so beautiful.
This is our fourth visit to Dinkelsbuhl, but the first time we have actually stayed here for two nights. The others have all been short visits. So we got up, had breakfast at our hotel, and set out to walk the city walls before it...More
Response from Sailorsgirl | Reviewed this property |
There is parking outside of the city walls. Then you just have to walk through one of the city gates and explore the town. Some of the hotels in the town also have parking available to them but it seems limited.