As a world-renowned city, Rothenburg not only offers you the chance to experience its special historical ambience and charming surroundings. You will also encounter an international audience that characterizes the cosmopolitanism of the city
Würzburg offers a fascinating range of attractions for visitors from near and far: The Residence is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Marienberg Fortress towers over the city and the surrounding vineyards, and the banks of the Main are bustling with urban life all year round at the Africa Festival, the Harbor Summer and countless other event highlights.
Nuremberg has numerous sights that will not let you get bored: From the Germanic National Museum, the Albrecht Dürer House, the New Museum of Art and Design to the Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds, more than 30 museums offer exhibitions on various topics.
The Franconian open-air museum in Bad Windsheim offers you a journey through 700 years of Franconian everyday history and shows you how the rural population in Franconia used to build, live, and work. The houses are located in six assemblies, arranged by region and theme.
Dinkelsbühl is more than a fairy-tale town of the Middle Ages; more than a major tourist destination on the Romantic Road, Germany’s most popular and well-known vacation route. The city is an attractive business location, an important school location and a preferred place to live. Let yourself be enchanted by the windy half-timbered houses, many alleys as well as moats and ponds.
Bad Windsheim is the innovative spa in Middle Franconia.
Recreational experiences and numerous wellness offers provide you with variety, rest and relaxation.
The enchanting ambience of our beautiful town with its extensive spa park and warm hosts invite you to stay and come back. Convince yourself!
The Tauber Valley is a landscape for every season. In addition to quiet and cozy winter evenings and spring days radiant with blossoms, the attraction of the landscape in the sunny summer as well as in the colorful autumn is a sight to behold. Here you will get an overview of the beauty and splendor of the Tauber Valley and its places. Feel free to drop by!
Schillingsfürst was mentioned for the first time on May 01, 1000. A few decades later, a family already names itself after the place. Around 1260, Jutta von Schillingsfürst may have been the last of this dynasty, as the castle passed to the Hohenlohe family at that time. However, there is documentary evidence of the Hohenlohe estate only from 1313.