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We were lucky to visit on beautiful summers day and all the shops and restaurants were open. It is a beautiful medieval town, such exquisite old buildings, some have been kept in great state, some the age is telling with sagging beams, but obviously still...More
This city offered a look back in time. This medieval architecture is sure to please the observer. The old timber frames, some noticeable sagging of structural timbers and crooked lanes to follow through the city center. We stopped at the old Zum Riesen Inn to...More
Miltenberg is on the Main River and is a town of about 10,000 people. Notable for its well preserved, decorative half-timbered houses it’s a tourist haven and photographer’s paradise. The houses date from the 15th to 17th century, although the oldest, verified house is dated...More
This is one of the most beautiful towns in the area and I was pleased to revisit. There are many half-timbered houses and two main squares Some highlights include Angel Square, Zum Riesen which is probably Germany's oldest hotel. St. Jakobus the 1380 town church,...More
What a fabulous medieval and historical village oozing with history. Loved the wonderful food shops, especially the butchers and the people here are so helpful and friendly. There are some toilets near the bridge which are clean and there is no charge. The architecture in...More
Visited this town as part of a Viking River Cruise. Worth seeing the half timber houses and learning the history of the town. It was cold and rainy and got dark while we were there, not the best conditions for a good visit. Recommend visiting...More