Hotel Fischzucht

Julius-Echter-Strasse 15, Wurzburg, Bavaria, 97084, Germany
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Forum Posts

Advice needed urgently

by sunset_gal

I have a couple of hours in Würzburg. My first stop would be the Residenz. How far is that from the train station? Is there a guided tour and how long does it take?

What are the other must-see sights?

Is there a high point where I can get a view of the city?

Are there lockers in the train station?

And just to get an idea of the distances, how far is it from the train station to to Alte Mainbrücke? Danke im voraus!

RE: Advice needed urgently

by pjdubai

Hello

I could be wrong but I believe the Residenz is currently closed for renovations. We were there over the summer and the day we visited were told that this would be the last day it was open for two years. Again, we may have been given wrong information but it may be worth checking before you go if you only have a few hours.

cheers

PJ

RE: Advice needed urgently

by abalada

http://www.residenz-wuerzburg.de/bilder/tourist/anfahrt_detail.pdf
All these distance are walkable. If you have not much time buy a day ticket for the trams/buses in Würzburg. If you travel on a Bavaria Ticket they are included anyway.

> My first stop would be the Residenz.
http://www.residenz-wuerzburg.de
> How far is that from the train station?
1 km
> Is there a guided tour and how long does it take?
Only guided tours. See the above link when the ones in English are.

> What are the other must-see sights?
http://www.historicgermany.com/en/showCity_2_en.php?cityID=10017&folderID=10246
Esp. Fortress Marienberg and the pilgrimage church Käppele.

> Is there a high point where I can get a view of the city?
Fortress Marienberg and the pilgrimage church Käppele (that's not a copy & paste error).

> Are there lockers in the train station?
Yes.

RE: Advice needed urgently

by abalada

Fortress Marienberg
http://www.schloesser.bayern.de/englisch/palace/objects/wu_fest.htm

RE: RE: Advice needed urgently

by civilian

find here a small plan for a city tour. festung marienberg is not on the map, but it is not far from point 5.
to get the highlights, i would propose to have a look at point 1,2,3,4,5, 10 and 9.
a good start for this tour is the "unterer markt", close to point 1.
you can reach this place by tramway number 1,2,3 and 4. the ride will cost you one way 1,10 € ("kurzstrecke" ticket). you find the stop for the tramway on the right corner of the square in front of the train station.
i could not find any info that the residence is closed, so it should be open. a tour is aprox 30 -40 minutes.

enjoy my former home base - it is a great city.

christof

here the link for the map:
http://stadtplan.wuerzburg.de/Wuerzburg/Stadtplan/cgi-bin/perl/stadtrundgang/start-rundgang.pl?Index=tour56466687376

Travel Tips for Würzburg

The Cathedral of St. Kilian is...

by Slydevil

The Cathedral of St. Kilian is one of the largest Romanesque churches in Germany. Begun in 1040 it has undergone reconstruction over the centuries right up to the 1960s. The Cathedral is filled with frescoes, stained glass, and the tombs of the prince bishops. Head down into the crypt to add a little thrill to the tour.

Martin von Wagner Museum

by globetrott

Martin von Wagner Museum of the University of Wuerzburg is one of the various museums that you may find inside one of the side-wings of the Residenz and the best of it is that these collections may be visited free of charge, but unfortunately only for a few hours daily, eighter in the morning or the afternoon, so you need to spend some time in Wuerzburg in order to be able to see them all. I came in the morning, that is why I saw the painting-collection, see my other pics

Martin von Wagner Museum is open for visitors :
Gemaeldegalerie (the paintings - see my pics) :
Tuesday - Saturday : 09.30 a.m.-12.30p.m.
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Antikenabteilung : Tue-Sat. 02.00-05.00p.m.
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Graphic collections : Tue+Thu: 04.00-06.00p.m.
Sundays : alternate openings of the painting-collection
and the Antikensammlung : 09.30-12.30
Free entrance, BUT always closed on Mondays !!

taste the Bratwurst

by globetrott about Alte Mainmühle

First of all this great restaurant is next to the old bridge over the river Main and it has terraces facing the river (see my main pic!). From these terraces you will see the castle Marienberg like in pic. #4.
I did not eat inside their restaurant, but simply ordered some of their sausages to take away, conveniently "packed" in a crispy roll, see my 2nd picture.
On my 3rd picture you can see the counter, where to order these sausages, they come freshly roasted from the charcoal-grill and will help you to be strong enough to climb up the steps to Marienberg ! ;-)
Click on their web-page and you will hear the sound of the river Main ! Mühlenbratwürste vom Holzkohlengrill
(3 Stück im Weck)
zum Mitnehmen am Tresen 2,- Euro
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So you get 3 small sausages and some mustard
"packed" in a crispy roll for just 2,- Euros
to take away

Woodstock is in Germany!
If...

by LilianThau

Woodstock is in Germany!
If you be from 21. - 23.6.02 in Germany, come to würzburg! There is the great festival Umsonst & Draussen (U&D). Like the title says, it's for free(umsonst) and outside (draussen)! Music, shopping, art, drinking and eating from the whole world, many people and a lot of fun waiting for you!

Rathaus

by Cristian_Uluru

This nice building was built in the 12th century like residence for the Episcopalian officials. In 1316 the building became the town hall of the town. To that period it goes up the beautiful bell tower modified in Gothic and Renaissance style in 1453 and 1594.

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