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Visit the medieval city center with your guide as the history of this UNESCO World Heritage Site is shared. First know that Bamberg is the home of smoked beer. Not my cup of tea, but many enjoy it. Visit the the century cathedral were Emperor...More
This is a fantastic way to see the Old town and all of its highlights. We saw intricate murals on colorful half-timbered houses and beautiful elegant baroque architure.The town hall is suspended onily just, above racing waters, reminded about Venice.
Bamburg wins the award as the very best town in Germany; the amazing structures, castles, churches, houses, shops and streets are a treat to visit. This is German History from 1200 to 1900 displayed in it's original form.
Bamberg, located at the beginning of the "Main-Danube Canal" has an abundance of historical buildings and it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1983.The "old town" is separated from the "new town" by the Regnitz River which runs through the centre.The walking tour...More
Bamberg was one of my favorite cities we visited on our Vantage river cruise. Bamberg is split into three areas with the river creating the natural boundary. One area is where the churches, and the castle are located and a number of old buildings. The...More
You can book this guided walk through the tourist information in season it runs twice daily, off season once. We took the tour in German. I don't know whether they offer English speaking tours, you would need to talk to the tourist information, which is...More
Bamberg, being an ancient Roman city, is most suitable for exploration on foot for the pleasures of its architectural treasures and settings, particularly within the Old City, which is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Bishop's Palaces (now become the Historical Museum) contains its extensive...More