Hotel Zum Roten Baeren

Oberlinden 12, Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden-Wurttemberg, 79098, Germany
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by margaretvn

Erfurt is the Thuringian capital and the oldest town in the region. Its historical records date from AD 729 and a Bishopric was then founded. Erfurt was an important trading post between west and east, so the town developed quickly. It university was founded in 1392 and Martin Luther was a student there. The city is dominated by two hills. There is a huge fortress on one - the Peterberg and on the lower hill is the Dom and the St Severikirche which are both worth visiting. In the Dom is a lovely Pieta which dates from the 13th century.
The Fischmarkt is a beautiful small square with a Neo Gothic townhall(1870-1874). It is surrounded by houses dating from various periods but the loveliest (I think) are the "Zum Breiten Herd" and "Zum Roten Ochsen" they both are 16th century Renaissance. Also a must see is the "Kramerbrucke" which is a bridge dating from 1325 lined with little shops, there were originally 60 Medieval houses.

New Years Eve like in the medieval times

by globetrott

Klausenhof in Hanstein has a special festivity at New Years Eve : They celebrate it in medieval costumes and with candle-lights, traditional music and a dinner like hundreds of years ago.
When you are able to understand german, take a look at their own description at the link below, because it is written in the style and spelling of the medieval times and it is a lot of fun to read it !
New Years Eve in Klausenhof starts Dec. 31st at 07.00p.m.
The price for the festivity is 50 euros per person
children between 5 and 13 pay 30 Euros
Including all drinks it is 90 euros
(50 euros for children between 5 and 13)
lodging is seperate and of course all of this needs a reservation !
Jahreswechsel wie im Mittelalter

Lasset Euch zurückversetzen, in eine Zeit, in der man gar artig zu feiern wußte...

Um die neunzehnte Stunde werdet Ihr mit einem Punsche am Feuer empfangen. Alsbald beginnt die ritterliche Tafeley im alten Wirtshaus, dass sich die Tische biegen.
Bei Kerzenlicht und Kaminfeuer erfreut Euch Spielmann und Gaukler des Mittelalters mit "allerley Kurtzweyl" und Musik aus vergangenen Jahrhunderten. Hansteinisch Gebräu hell und dunkel, gekelterte Weine von roten und weißen Reben, geistig Getränk, Säftly und schäumend Wein werden Euch bis zwei Stunden nach Mitternacht gereichet.

Pauschalpreis für die Teilnahme an der mittelalterlichen Silvesterfeier:
50 Euro pro Person
30 Euro für Knappen von 5 bis 13 Lenze

Pauschalpreis einschließlich Getränken: (wie oben beschrieben)
90 Euro pro Person / 50 Euro für Knappen von 5 bis 13 Lenze
you will see how to find this place, when you take a look at my page about Ruine Hanstein


by Redang

The medieval Town Hall of Lüneburg.

Lüneburg is built on Salt, so, the salt plays an important role in the city.

Wasserturm (water tower), is 56 m. high, and you can go up to the top.

Am Sande: A medieval square from the 11th century.
In the background, St. Johannis church

Beautiful street in Lüneburg.

"Accommodation in Lüneburg"

Zum Roten Tore
Vor dem Roten Tore3
21335 Lüneburg

- Tel.: 0 41 31/4 30 41
- Fax: 0 41 31/44 244

- E mail:

Double room, 102,00 $ ( 85,00 €) b&b, free parking (August '05)

"General Info"

Lüneburg is just 57 kms away from Hamburg and 136 kms. from Hannover.

Tourist office
Rathaus/Am Markt
21335 Lüneburg

- Tel. +49(0)4131/2076620
- Fax +49(0)4131/2076644

- (different languages)
- (spanish)

- E mail:

Koblenz to Trier along the river Moselle

by Bill_Steg


Koblenz to Trier along the river Moselle.

One of the most exciting trips I have made is along this beautiful river in the middle of Germany. I’ve done it by car and on a bicycle, either have been unforgettable experiences.
One of the most exciting trips I have made is along this beautiful river in the middle of Germany. I’ve done it by car and on a bicycle, either have been unforgettable experiences.
The attraction of a journey through this wine and holiday country along the Moselle lies however not alone in the beautiful landscape and the many certifications of the old culture, but at least likewise in the repertoire of the various culinary benefits.

KOBLENZ - History of more than 2000 years.
Koblenz lies at the confluence of Rhine and Moselle. Founded as Roman fort in 14 AD and named “Confluentes”, the city today boasts many monuments from its turbulent and eventful history. Notable churches, aristocratic mansions and elegant town houses, the neoclassical Electors 'Palace, the romantic castle of Stolzenfels and Ehrenbreitstein fortress all form part of this unique city at the world famous Deutsches Eck.
In 1216 the Teutonic Order of Knights - of whom the “Komturhaus” and the “Blumenhof” still remind us - gave their name to the scenically most beautiful and most admired feature of the city. In 1945 the monument has been destroyed. Between 1953 and 1990 it has been a symbol of the German Unity. In September 1993 a replica of the monument has been reconstructed and put on the pedestal The Deutsches Eck is visited by many people from all over the world. The Königshof reminds us of the Franks, who followed the Romans in the 5th century, while the Old Castle (13th century) recalls the time - from 1018 onwards - when it belonged to the archbishopric of Trier. The Roman town wall was replaces in the 13th century by medieval fortifications. Following severe damage in the 17th century - the Thirty Years War and the Palatinate War left bitter traces - the city finally emerged in its present delightful and whimsical form of bay-windows, half-timbered houses, curving cupolas and dormer-windows on typically steep Rheinish slate roofs.
A unique relic of the Napoleonic period (1794-1814) is St. Castor’s Fountain, erected by the French to commemorate their Russian campaign and to which the victorious Russians later added the inscription: “seen and approved”. A historic joke perpetuated in stone!
In the 17th and 18th centuries Ehrenbreitstein was the Prince Electors official residence, until the Elector Clemens Wenzeslaus transferred his seat to Koblenz and extended the city beyond its medieval fortifications. To him we owe the pure-neo-Classical Palace and Theatre. Koblenz, with its present-day population of 109.000 inhabitants, is one of the most romantic and, at the same time, lively and entertaining cities in Germany.

"Youth hostel 'Ehenbreitstein'"

Stay at the youth hostel ‘Ehrenbreitstein’ situated right in a fortress of magnitude, with the best view in town. See the barges move up and down both rivers and further a field breathtaking views from the surrounding rolling hills whilst the city enfolds at your feet.....


The scene of the majestic Castle ‘Reichsburg’ completely dominates the town of Cochem...............

"Castle 'Burg Eltz'"

One of the most beautiful castles along the Moselle river.


The twin city of Bernkastel-Kues invites you for a stroll through the mediaeval part of town, narrow alleyways lined with Guild houses built of a characteristic stone and timber mixture they are renowned for. Snug little wine bars tempt weary wanderers with excellent fare and cool beverages. The whole city is centered around the market place which is kept truly magnificent, a treat for your eye and any camera buff will go berserk!


Trier, Germany’s oldest city and early Roman settlement.
History of the city Trier
Trier, in the Moselle valley, framed in the east by the gentle vine slopes of the Hunsruck and in the west by the towering, steeply rising red sandstone rock of the Eifel mountains, is one of the most beautiful cities in the fast German country. Of it the well known poet Schiller, whom the city ranked once among its citizens: "I never saw such a degree of agricultural wealth on so a small area." Trier, the capital of the West Roman realm and for centuries residence of archbishops and Cure princes acquired it selves gargantuan fame foremost by its 2000 year old culture. It has the honour to be Germany’s oldest city and as it says in the inscription at the Roten Haus:
"Ante Romam Treveris stetit annis mille trecentis. Perstet et aeterna pace fruatur. Amen."
“Rather as Rome, Trier stood one thousand three hundred years. May it be there forever and do so in eternal peace. Amen)


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Address: Oberlinden 12, Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden-Wurttemberg, 79098, Germany