From the outside, this church does not look very interesting, but it has beautiful stained glass windows inside. They are modern ones but still very nice to look at. The church is a protestant one and was built end of 19th century, in the typical Miltenberg sandstone.
What is maybe even more interesting is that parts of the city wall are here and it is rewarding to start walking the backstreets from here. The Jewish cemetery is around the corner and from here there are also quite nice views over Miltenberg and the other side of Main River. The church is located at the hill slope.
Rather easy to find: from the tourist office, walk south (= uphill) and it comes directly into view. It is open during the daytime. The door is at the southern end, so walk up the stairs and then half way around the church.
© Ingrid D., March 2010
When traveling in Europe whenever you are visiting a restaurant or a museum, try to use their WC facilities if at all possible. Typically they are maintained and are free. But sometimes you are just walking around the town and find you have a need. If you find yourself in this predicament, it is helpful to know where to “go”.
It is always wise to carry change with you for this purpose since many public restrooms charge for their use and cleaning. Some of the more primitive WCs do not supply paper or washing facilities, so I keep a supply of tissues and hand sanitizer in my camera bag, just in case.
In Miltenberg, there are free public bathrooms near the Main River, at the end of the parking lot.
Also, free bathrooms at the ticket counter in the castle grounds (but you may have to pay to enter the castle first – but you could always ask at the ticket counter).
Signs near the main pedestrian areas point the way to the bathrooms – look for “WC”.