Segringer Str. 7, Dinkelsbuhl, Bavaria, 91550, Germany
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St. George Church - Exterior
Wörnitztor, right next to the inn
Travel Tips for Dinkelsbühl
The Nordlingen Gate is an impressive way to enter the town. Built around 1400, it features stepped gables decorated with shells. Next to is the municiple mill, where Emperor Karl (excellent name) IV granted Dink a license to mill. Just outside the gate are cabbage beds let since the middle of the 19th century to equal numbers of Catholic and Protestant citizens.
Wornitz gate is the oldest of the four city gates. The coat of arms of the free city of Dinkelsbuehl shows three ears of golden corn on three hills. Next to it the imperial coat of arms indicating direct rule by the Emperor.
Dinkelsbuhl on the Romantic Road
"My favorite town in Germany: Dinkelsbuhl"
Dinkelsbuhl is one of the old walled cities along the Romantic Road in southern Germany.
Here you can see the Middle Ages and imagine stepping back into history as you walk past Baroque towers and Gothic churches.
I like it because they do a great job of preserving old traditions and it has that cute village atmosphere despite being a regular stop on the tourist path through Bavaria.
"Like old architecture? You'll love this town!"
You along with busloads of other tourists from around the world but it's still a fun place to walk around and explore.
"Don't miss Dinkelsbuhl on the Romantische Strasse"
The Romantic Road goes between Wurzburg and Munchen. You can easily go there after your Rhine River cruise.
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