Waldhotel Stein

Address: Seulbitzerstrasse 79, Bayreuth, Bavaria, 95448, Germany | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Seulbitzerstrasse 79, Bayreuth, is near Festspielhaus, Hermitage Castle (Altes Schloss Ermitage), Markgrafliches Opera House, and New Palace (Neues Schloss).
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Travel Blogs from Bayreuth

Rothenberg

A travel blog entry by loyetstoeurope on Jun 12, 2015

3 comments, 22 photos

... br> What most tourists probably don't do when they arrive in Rothenburg is climb the bell tower with 183 steps to the top. John and Jill saw that as an option and quickly decided they would do it. Although the stairs became more and more narrow as they ascended to the top, the view from the top was spectacular with the high shingled roofs and aerial view of the city. ...

Bayreuth rest day (11km light bikes) - Day 23

A travel blog entry by sydandval on Jun 06, 2015

... Rotmain path (the beginning of the Main Radweg) we went up a small continuously rising path on the Bayreuth Ring route. We turned around at Mistlebach and flew downhill all the way back - the first time the bikes had got into 3rd gear this trip! A chance encounter with a small supermarket on the way back solved our food problems for today and tomorrow. Back to our room for lunch and an afternoon siesta out of the continuing heat (28degrees again today).

A ...

The Amazing Medieval City of Rothenburg

A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Jun 05, 2015

13 photos

... served ended his tour of duty in the 1920! Along our tour, we learned how Rothenburg thrived as the crossroad of the East-West and North routes of trade. During our stroll, we also "went to hell" (it’s a bar!) and learned about a young Assistant Secretary of Defense, John McCloy, who had a painting of Rothenburg in his home. After heavy bombing by the allies in late March 1945 when nearly 45% of the wall was destroyed, ...

Dresden to Bayreuth by train (2km) - Day 22

A travel blog entry by sydandval on Jun 05, 2015

... to take the earlier local agilis train from here as it terminated in Bayreuth even though it took longer and stopped more often than the regional train which passed through Bayreuth (more time to get off the train). We pushed the bikes easily straight off the train and eventually found the ramp to get to the street (stairs are not good with loaded bikes!). The day was hot and sunny (28degrees!).

Using Sammy we negotiated the 1km to our ...

Regensberg

A travel blog entry by joyunlimited on May 11, 2015

3 comments

... s church which was very dark because of the stained glass windows. They were beautiful. We saw the Old Stone bridge which is the oldest in Germany.
We also took an afternoon boat ride down the "narrows" of the Danube. It was a gorgeous ride thanks to the scenery and the weather. At the end we went to the Weltenberg Abbey and the beer garden. I have never walked up hill so far for beer (and I didn't have one!!!)
We ...