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Coburg: Veste und Altstadt

Coburg: Veste und Altstadt

01:35
4.96 mi
3.1 mph
550 ft
675 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
74 yd
Nesselblättrige Glockenblume
0.47 mi
Veste Coburg
Fürstenbau
Lutherdenkmal, Lutherkapelle und Fürstenbau
Steinerne Kemenate
0.89 mi
1.00 mi
Glimmertintlinge
1.63 mi
Das Labyrinth
Hinweis auf den Herzoglichen Ostpavillon
1.68 mi
Kulisse der Sommerfestspiele
2.05 mi
Schlossplatz und Schloss Ehrenburg
Uganda-Losstrauch
Karminroter Zylinderputzer
2.14 mi
2.16 mi
Restaurant Loreley
Gurken-Alex-Brunnen vor dem Haus des Hofbüchsenmachers
Stadthaus und Gasthaus Goldenes Kreuz
Stadthaus
Rathaus
2.30 mi
2.32 mi
Marktplatz mit Rathaus
Judentor
Hinter dem Fenster
Wahlkampf in Coburg
Äußeres Ketschentor
Rundbogenportal zum Salvatorfriedhof
Stadtkirche St. Moriz, die älteste Kirche Coburgs
Münzmeisterhaus (besteht seit 1333)
Stadtkirche St. Moriz
Marstall
4.65 mi
4.96 mi
Destination

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Joachim and Sandra 🥾🥾🎒 went for a hike.

July 13, 2021

Comments

  • Joachim

    We start our sightseeing tour from a parking lot above the Veste Coburg and after 500 m we reach the medieval castle, which has been converted into a fortress.The path leads us through the Hofgarten to Ehrenburg Palace and on to the market square, which is connected to the old town by seven alleys. This is where the trade routes Nuremberg-Erfurt and Prague-Frankfurt am Main crossed, the beautiful town hall, the impressive town house (former ducal chancellery building) with its corner core (Coburg bay window) and the courtyard pharmacy are located here.After the tour of the old town, we will finally fortify ourselves in the traditional Loreley inn.

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    • July 13, 2021

  • Sandra 🥾🥾🎒

    Even the approach to Coburg offers us great views of the fortress. When we park our mobile home on a parking lot near the fortress (parking fee 2.00 euros for 24 hours), it starts to rain. Continuous rain is the order of the day, but luckily it ends after 10 minutes. We like the large fortress wonderfully. The tour of the outdoor facilities and the inner courtyard is free of charge, we are already too late for the paid tour of the exhibition rooms (open until 5:00 p.m.).
    We enjoy the wide views over the area around Coburg and the great fortress.
    We hike along the summer path through the Hofgarten towards the city center. The Landestheater Coburg has set up a stage with a grandstand for the summer festival in the middle of the Hofgarten and has been playing here from the end of May to the end of July - hopefully the weather will change ... When it rains, it's no fun sitting outside.From the Hofgarten we already have a great view of the Renaissance Ehrenburg Palace. Our way now leads us to the market square - past beautiful houses. The town house, the town hall, stepped gables, town towers - all very splendid. We cannot stop being amazed. After so many impressions, we deserve a break and stop at the Loreley inn. We enjoy a Gampertsbräu and a fine meal (salad with chanterelles for me and jelly with fried potatoes for Joachim).Well strengthened, it is now back up the mountain to the motorhome. Caught just before the finish and the rain, now it doesn't matter. 😉We spend a wonderfully quiet night away from mass tourism with just two other mobile homes. 👍🚐🥾

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    • July 14, 2021

  • Peter und Sigrid

    Interesting place. Einstein's contribution to the Greens election campaign isn't bad either.

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    • July 14, 2021

  • Bernd

    I have just added an entry to my “To Do” list in the “Destinations” section! 👍🏼

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    • July 14, 2021

  • Joachim

    Dear Peter, dear Sigrid, dear Bernd, since the destruction caused by the Second World War in Coburg was less than 5%, there is a lot to discover here.

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    • July 14, 2021

  • Petra 🚴‍♀️🎒🥾

    Coburg is a pretty town 👍🏻 greetings from both of us 🙋‍♀️🙋🏼‍♂️

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    • July 14, 2021

  • Sonja

    Nice tour through Coburg and I think it's funny that you discovered A.E. with his great saying in the small showcase in Metzgergasse!
    LG from Coburg, Sonja

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    • July 14, 2021

  • Joachim

    Dear Petra 🚴‍♂️🎒🥾, Coburg is indeed very worth seeing. Best regards to you and Kurt from both of us. 🙋‍♂️🙋‍♀️

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    • July 14, 2021

  • Yvonn❤

    It's really very nice there, I like it😍👍
    The saying about the labyrinth is also great👍

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    • July 14, 2021

  • Joachim

    Hello, Sonja, thank you very much for your nice feedback. You live in a very nice city. We liked it a lot

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    • July 14, 2021

  • Joachim

    Thank you, Yvonne🦋. Kind regards from Sandra and from me in the Weserbergland. 🙋‍♂️🙋‍♀️

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    • July 14, 2021

  • Chrissi

    Such a beautiful city and the short hike for you super nice, keep it up 👍 and have a nice day hopefully without rain ☀️☀️

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    • July 15, 2021

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Joachim

Coburg: Veste und Altstadt