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Beautiful walled village in Franconia. We drove through stunning scenery and arrived to glorious sunshine. We walked the perimeter wall and the charming cobbled streets of this picturesque hamlet. Spent the evening sampling regional wursts and beer. We chatted long into the evening with a delightful German couple, who Brenton may have invited to Adelaide for a holiday! This village was certainly one of the highlights of our trip so ...
... from Wurzburg to Rothenburg. The village is located in the Tauber Valley approx one hours drive from Wurzburg. Leaving Wurzburg which is the capital of Lower Franconia we pass through endless green hills covered with vineyards. Franconia is famous for their wines and is the last area for wine growing before we travel tomorrow to Bamberg and beer territory. We travel past farmlands where the main crops are sugar ...
... interesting. Locked ourselves in the stocks. We split into our small groups intending on doing mega souvenir shopping. Ready, set, what? Every single store is closed. It's Sunday. Waaaaaahhhhh. Jeff said "looks like we're getting an Eiffel Tower keychain again." We walked around and decided to buy schneeballs. Ehh. Too dry for me. ...
CRUISING DAY - Wurzburg / Rothenberg
Cruised along the Main (pronounced Mine) River to Wurzburg seeing little snow-clad houses in towns along the way and vine-clad slopes of surrounding hills.
Wurzburg is the 'capital of Wine Franconia a NW province of Bavaria with about 130,000 inhabitants. Wurzburg, Bamberg and Nuremberg are all located in a sub-region of Bavaria called Franconia. William Rontgen (Nobel Prize ...
... Road in Bavaria. Rothenburg is also home to one of the most romantic Christmas markets in Germany. Known for its medieval setting, Rothenburg is a walled city that has been left largely untouched for hundreds of years. Some complain of the Disney-like feel of the city, whose unspoiled beauty fills the city’s cobblestone streets with visitors during the holidays.
Visiting Rothenburg ob der Tauber is like stepping into a time warp. While ...