The state-recognized climatic health resort on the Wiesent offers many sights with its districts. The most important are: Waischenfeld Castle, Rabeneck Castle, the sculptures on the waterfront in Waischenfeld, the white torture near Köttweinsdorf, the Russenlinde in Breitenlesau, the parish church and the city chapel, the Anna chapel and the Nankendorfer church. Concentrated information on art, culture and leisure activities can be found at: waischenfeld.de
April 8, 2020
Easy tour along the beautiful Wiesent past several mills. Easy climb to the hill west of the Wiesent starting at the coffee Krems below the castle Rabeneck direction Heroldsberg / Hubenberg. If you are under-challenged, you can take a loop over Rabeneck Castle. You can also extend the hike over Heroldsberg or Hubenberg (Gasthaus Polster), with beautiful views of the heights of the Franconian Switzerland. At the end of the walk, the Waischenfeld Castle is decorated with a wonderful panoramic view of the town.
April 7, 2019
Excavations revealed that the area around Waischenfeld was already inhabited by people in prehistoric times, ie already in the Neolithic period. The first historical settlement was probably with the spread of the Frankish kingdom (around 800 AD) have been.
An interesting and quite detailed article about the history of Waischenfeld can be found at fraenkische-schweiz.bayern-online.de/die-region/staedte-gemeinden/waischenfeld/kultur/geschichte.
August 19, 2017
Waischenfeld is a small sleepy town in the Upper Franconian district of Bayreuth.
The heart of the city is Waischenfeld Castle with the
This was first mentioned in 1122.
King Ludwig the Bavarian granted city rights to Waischenfeld in 1315.
Another tip for beer lovers:
In the urban area of Waischenfeld there are the Heckel breweries in Waischenfeld, Schroll in Nankendorf and Krug in Breitenlesau.
March 10, 2020
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