Bike Touring Highlight
The artificially heaped up beach on the banks of the Main near the Löwenbrücke is considered a unique summer location in the middle of Würzburg.
What was the recreational area No. 1 for the citizens of Würzburg around 1900, has gradually been forgotten by many. It used to be here along the riverbank, one or the other wave / swimming pool. The operators have taken this as an example and offer since 2006 under the name "Stadtstrand Wellenbad" real beach feeling: with cocktails, deck chairs, (live) music and the associated culinary delights you can relax here and the sun on your stomach let shine.
From mid-April to late September daily from 11:00 to 23:00
From dance classes to yoga and beach parties: there is always something going on at the city beach Wellenbad.
Further information and dates can be found at stadtstrand-wuerzburg.de
March 29, 2017
Würzburg is the top metropolis on the Main. Just a great city. Grade for the mountain bike. Is offered here a lot.
Since April, there is the official MTB route that leads around the grounds of the Landesgartenschau. It is about 28 km long and requires a bit of fitness. Furthermore, there will soon be a nice trail in Eibelstadt. All in all, there is a lot to experience for mountain bikers.
May 8, 2018
Fortress Marienberg, with its rich historical past and proud appearance, is one of the most impressive monuments of ancient times. Three millennia will tell the story of the mountain festivals. Already around 1000 BC There was a Celtic refuge on the site of today's fortress. The core of the later castle complex is the St. Mary's Church, consecrated in 706, the earliest religious building east of the Rhine. The castle was founded in 1201 (the keep dates from this period) and from 1253 to 1719 it was the residence of the Würzburg prince-bishops.The main castle, surrounded by medieval Bering, was rebuilt in the year 1600 to a Renaissance castle. From this time dates the Echterbastei and the well house, which may be referred to as one of the finest examples of Renaissance architecture in Franconia. After the Swedish conquest in 1631, the castle was rebuilt into a Baroque fortress and the Fürstengarten was created, which is artfully planted in summer and offers a magnificent view of the city.Source; wuerzburg.de
July 13, 2018
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