Hotel Meesenburg

Pleichertorstrasse 8, Würzburg, Bavaria, 97070, Germany
Hotel Meesenburg
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I live in Würzburg

by sandra82

So if u need some information about Würzburg or some other town around like Bamberg,Nürnberg .. just write me an e-mail

Re: I live in Würzburg

by Henkster

Servus nach Franken! :)
Why dont you just make some great VT pages about this beautiful region?

Re: Re: I live in Würzburg

by sandra82

thanx...good idea...try to do my best ...sandra

RE: I live in Würzburg

by elejeune

Do you know if the hotel pension Spehnkuch is a good place to spend the night? It is across from the train station. They offered a 3 bed room for 75 euro. Also should we take the bus or the train to go to Fuessen? We have eurail passes. We do not have time to stop overnight along the Romantic road. Will we miss a lot if we take the train instead of the bus? If we take the train we can stop in Rothenburg for a couple of hours and it tales less time. Here is a link to our trip itinerary if you have suggestions. http://www2.selu.edu/Academics/Faculty/elejeune/Italy/Holland_Germany06.html
Thank you

Travel Tips for Würzburg

Würzburg Tip

by smoox

Not so fond.... Wuerzburg got through the Second World War pretty well since it had been designated a hospital town. Well - on March 16, 1945, it happened. The town was practically wiped off this planet, with over 90% of its houses destroyed. The inner town was more destroyed than Dresden was. The gold treasure in the catacombs beneath the Dom melted because of the heat and only a big lump of gold could be recovered.....
BUT they have rebuilt the town. And not so badly. There are still many rather ugly buildings which had been constructed in a hurry, but the goodies have been restored carefully. - By the way: every year on March 16th, all the church bells in town ring in commemoration of the bombing.

Fuerstenbau-Museum in Marienberg

by globetrott

Fuerstenbau-Museum is an interesting museum in the east-wing of the giant castle of Marienberg. You will see the treasury of the prince-bishops, the ornate living-rooms of them and also some exhibits about the history of the town of Wuerzburg
Fuerstenbau-Museum is open for guided tours:
Mid of March till end of October :
Tuesday till Friday at 11am & 2 + 3 + 4 pm
Saturday, Sunday and Holiday also at 10am & 1 pm
the tours takes 45 minutes and costs 3 Euros per person
E-Mail: sgvwuerzburg@bsv.bayern.de

The Residenz

by terps94

This Baroque palace whch offers a wonderful view of the city was commissioned in 1720 by powerful bishops who made this their home. Inside you will see frescoes and an awesome vaulted staircase and if you are thirsty sample the local white wine in the cozy tavern in the cellar of teh Residenz.

Mainfränkisches Fortress

by 15ilikestuff

The Mainfränkisches Fortress can be seen from pretty much anywhere in Wurzburg. It looms over the city high amongst the vineyards. I recommend you take a taxi up to the top and walk the 30 minutes or so downhill back to town. The highlights consist of a princes' living quarters (very plain), a church, an interesting prison, and the deepest well I've ever seen. Looking down at the well is like looking down at oblivion as you cannot even see the water below. Drop a coin down and listen carefully to judge the depth for yourself. Occasionally, there is also a Renaissance fair on the grounds. The best part has to be the views of the old city. A peaceful walk past the walls of the fortress and park is relaxing.

Alte Mainbrucke

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

The cathedral street conducts us by the Old town hall with a turret to the bridge Alte Mainbrucke. It is something similar to Karlov bridge in Prague: wide flights, and on both sades of the bridge - sculptures.

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