Germany’s Beautiful Würzburg Residenz

Imperial Hall at the Residenz

  The charming Bavarian city of Würzburg is worth exploring for many reasons, but its most famous tourist attraction is the Residenz, an impressive Baroque palace nearly unrivaled in the country. The Residenz greatly captures the elaborate lifestyles of its inhabitants during the 18th Century as well as serves as an exceptional example of German Baroque architecture. Prince Bishop ... Read Full Article

Würzburg: Germany’s Doorway to Bavaria

Marienberg Fortress from the Main Bridge

  You can't help but love Würzburg, Germany; I certainly do. It's a small town that is steeped in history and culture that happily sits on the banks of the Main River in northern Bavaria. Wurzburg is easily accessed by train from Frankfurt or Nuremburg, and is generally the first stop on the Romantic Road journey through Bavaria. Visitors can easily spend at least two days discovering its ... Read Full Article

Postcards From Wurzburg, Germany

Wurzburg is a charming little town in the northern part of Bavaria. This 1300 year old city is scenic and full of historic sights. We think of it as a city of spires; it is rich with churches and cathedrals. The beautiful bridge over the Main River is a tribute to the bridge on the Charles River in Prague. Wurzburg from the Fortress The Marienberg Fortress is the city's landmark. It was the ... Read Full Article

Sightseeing in Germany’s Historic Cities

Germany has launched a great website for travelers who are interested in particular historic and cultural aspects of Germany. Historic Germany highlights thirteen smaller but historically important cities including Augsburg, Erfurt, Freiburg, Heidleberg, Koblenz, Lubeck, Muenster, Potsdam, Regensburg, Rostock, Trier, Weisbaden, and Wurzburg. The site also offers Dream Routes that focus on ... Read Full Article