Bike Touring Highlight
The magnificent town houses and the romantic Röderbrunnen, together with the Röderbogen and the mighty hipped roof of the Markusturm, form a towering ensemble, which is one of the most popular photo opportunities in Rothenburg.
The Röderbogen with the slender clock tower and the pointed tower tower date from the 12th century and were part of the first city fortification, later they were replaced by the outer wall ring.
On the left in the blue Hotel Bell we stayed and enjoyed the delicious breakfast. The innkeepers are also the winemakers of the southernmost winery in Franconia. And right next to it is the "Plönlein", supposedly Germany's most popular photomotive.
In addition to the allegedly popular photomotive of Germany (the Plönlein) is the recommended hotel bell. Families guided, friendly and with delicious breakfast it lies at the entrance of the city, when man comes from the valley over the double bridge and the Kobolzeller gate.
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