Flair Hotel Hopfengarten

Ankergasse 16, Miltenberg 63887
Flair Hotel Hopfengarten
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Nice plates/plaques guide through town

by Trekki

For those who don’t want to take a guided tour through Miltenberg there are plaques which also guide through the major parts of the old town. But they are in German only, so that’s where the city can improve a bit given the non-German tourists it receives. The plaques are made in the style of old paper rolls. At some houses there are additional ones, privately mounted by the owners, like in the case of Bannhaus (the former jail and now hotel and restaurant).

© Ingrid D., March 2010

Excellent guided tours: Stadtverführungen

by Trekki

Before I went to Miltenberg, I looked up some information on their website. This is how I actually found out about this gorgeous church in the neighbour village of Bürgstadt. And I saw that they offer special tours which the call “Stadtverführungen”. That’s a twisting of words, Stadt-führung means guided city tours, but with the “ver” in the middle they actually mean Stadt-Verführung, where Verführung means seduction. These special guided tours cost between 3 and 10 Euro per person, are usually 90 – 120 minutes long and have themes like “Miltenberg and the Romans”, “Witches in Miltenberg”, “Medieval Miltenberg” and many more. The tour I took was called “Miltenberg’s quiet paths and corners” and was 3 Euro, with city guide Günter Hebeisen. I enjoyed it very much since he really lead us through all the gorgeous back streets and had a lot of specific knowledge.

According to their website, they offer also tours in Spanish, English, Italian, Dutch, French, Danish and Greek. But these have to be booked in advance via the form sheet on Miltenberg’s website.

The special ones “Stadtverführungen” can be downloaded.

Miltenberg’s tourist office is located at Engelsplatz, that’s the square on the southern side of Main River just behind the bridge (the one which one crosses coming from the train station).

© Ingrid D., March 2010

"Door collectors" will be thrilled!

by Trekki

I know that we have quite a lot of “door collectors” on VT and most probably also outside of VT. Miltenberg is a fantastic place to go “door hunting”. Many of the doors are very beautiful and often from several epochs. Naturally most are of the sandstone type and in summer they make very picturesque motifs like the one in my main photo. This is in the museum courtyard and... yes, it looks like it would be the toilet, given the two heart shapes in the door. But it is locked, so I assume it must be the door to the storage of the museum cafe. The other door i found interesting is the sandstone one (photo 3) with the tree carving. Door 4 is an art deco door, entrance next to a clothing shop which has even more elements of art deco inside. (located next to Cafe Sell in the main street).

© Ingrid D., March 2010

Half timbered houses galore :-)

by Trekki

Miltenberg is full of half-timbered houses, and can easily compete with oh-so-famous Rothenburg (which doesn’t even have a river next to it, haha). The old town is simply a pleasure to walk through, especially in summer when the house inhabitants have decorated their houses with plant pots and everything is green and colourful. I liked the one in photo 4, maybe because its rather unusual light brown colour but definitely for the very much colourful dots of begonia in the pots.
Walk around, walk into the little side streets and you will have a full impression of this half-timbered house galore.

© Ingrid D., March 2010

A pearl of the Main River

by wadekorzan

"The Market Square"

Miltenberg on the Main suffered so badly in the 30 years war (1618-1648) that they could not afford to "update" any of their buildings, and for that very reason the center of Miltenberg has been preserved as it used to be. It is a charming place definitely worth visiting for a short time!

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