suifeng2019St. Kilian’s Cathedral faces the Old Bridge over the Main River and is the oldest and most beautiful church in Würzburg. Its two towering red and white brick towers are one of the iconic scenery in the old city.
猫猫在旅行I have seen so many palaces in Europe, but the Würzburg Palace can still give me a new touch. It is the palace of the archbishop. Because the archbishop is also the local grand duke and has great financial resources, the palace is also extremely luxurious. Enter the palace, step on the broad main steps, your eyes will be attracted by the huge frescoes on the sky. This fresco is still the largest fresco in the world. In addition, there are three stunningly beautiful rooms in the palace, the White Hall, the Imperial Hall and the Mirror Hall. The Whitehall is the most beautiful. If you don’t see it with your own eyes, it’s hard to imagine. The curtain on the ceiling looks like a real fabric, but it’s actually painted on top of plaster. The Hall of Mirrors is the ultimate luxury. In order to be able to appreciate your beautiful figure at any time, the whole room is studded with mirrors. It feels that the owner at that time was a bit narcissistic. It is not allowed to take pictures in this place. I didn't pay attention to taking a few pictures at the beginning, but soon someone came to stop it.
suifeng2019The Old Main Bridge is now completely a pedestrian bridge. From the bridge, you can see not only the Marienberg Fortress, the vineyards on the mountain, the clear water of the Main River, but also the church spires in the Old Town of Würzburg.
林荫大道水至清Marienberg Fortress is a castle on the Main River in Wurzburg, Germany. It is located on the west bank of the Main River. It is a symbol of Würzburg. It has a Baroque architectural style. You can walk to the castle from the old bridge and overlook Würzburg from a height. The red panorama reminds me of Walter defending Sarajevo
春珺Next to the Dom St. Kilian of St. Kilian’s Cathedral is the Neumünster Church, a Romanesque building that began in the 11th century, and has been built with magnificent domes and meticulously carved facades.
_ce***36A castle in the old city of Aschaffenburg, I heard that it is not for defense, but for residence. On a large piece of high ground by the river. Under the sunset, it was beautiful. Now there are no residents, only museums and restaurants
Mespelbrunn Castle, locally known as Schloss Mespelbrunn, lies south of the village of the same name, in the Bavaria region in Germany.
The predecessor of Mespelbrunn Castle was just a simple, unfortified manor house next to a small lake, built shortly after 1412 by Hamann Echter. At the time the area was a wild and unexploited virgin forest, used as a hideout by bandits and Hussites. So, already in 1427, Hamann's son rebuilt the house into a fortified castle with walls, towers, and a moat.
Between 1551 and 1569 the castle was reconstructed by Peter Echter of Mespelbrunn, and his wife Gertrud of Adelsheim, giving it its present appearance. Of the medieval castle only the round keep remained.
Because of its remote and secluded location the castle escaped harm during the Thirty Years's War in the early 17th century. In 1665 the last male heir of the Echter family died. The castle then passed to the last Echter family member; Maria Ottilia, and because she had married a member of the Ingelheim family in 1648, it became a property of the Counts of Ingelheim. The family then were given imperial approval to name themselves Counts of Ingelheim called Echter von und zu Mespelbrunn.
In the 1930's the Ingelheim family experienced financial troubles which forced them to open Mespelbrunn Castle to the public. They still own it and inhabit the southern wing of the castle.
At present Mespelbrunn Castle can be visited for a fee. It is used as a museum and wedding venue. A nice castle, worth your visit.
#tripaway Miltenberg is by no means large, but there are over 100 listed half-timbered houses on the pedestrianised Hauptstraße and the little alleys that dart off it.
The oldest has been dated to 1339, but most were built in the 17th and 18th centuries after the Thirty Years’ War.
Miltenberg’s townscape has appeared in period TV shows and movies, and its charming old houses have cafes, specialty shops, traditional taverns and wine cellars for producers from the Franconia region.
The oldest houses are in the Schwarzenviertel to the west, where tiny parallel alleys descend to the riverbank.
Most of best bits are on this list, but one that is isn’t is the Alte Domkellerei, a gabled 15th-century townhouse built for the man who managed the Mainz bishopric’s winery.
The most attractive building in the city of Wrzburg is the Wrzburger Residenz, one of Germany's largest and most magnificent Baroque palaces, including palaces, gardens and plazas. The interior of a typical Baroque building is gorgeous Rococo.
Wurzburg's official garden is large and beautiful. It is recommended to take some time to take a photo here. You can also take a panoramic view of the Wrzburg official residence, which is very magnificent.
Route: Walk or take the bus from the train station 12 14, 20, 28 to Mainfranken-Theater station
Time: 4 to October 9
Marion Castle, the best location to enjoy the panoramic view of Wrzburg
Marion Castle, also known as Marienberg Fortress, was built in 1253 to 1719, it is the residence of the prince Bishop Wrzburg, the main castle, in In 1600 it was transformed into a Renaissance castle. Today, the Marienberg fortress is protected as a historic building and is open to visitors as a park and museum. Visitors can visit the Marquis House Museum in the inner courtyard of the castle. In addition to precious furniture, tapestries and paintings, there is also the Marquis Archbishop of the Marquis Hall and the religious decorations exhibition hall. In addition, the quaint and magnificent Marinberg Fortress has become the location for many film and television programs, such as the movie "Three Musketeers 3D" and other works.
We climbed the fortress just to take a panoramic view of the old town, so there was no plan to visit the inside of the fortress. But after stopping the car, I went in the wrong direction and went to the back of the fortress, so I saw more scenery. The outer wall of the castle overlooks the entire city on the other side of the river. It is very beautiful and is a postcard perspective! Ascending the fortress, the red roof of the entire city was laid out in front of you, only to understand why it was called "Little Prague". Because, not only the Main Bridge is similar to the Charles Bridge in Prague, but even the obelisk in front of the Church of the Virgin appears in the same way and in the same way as the Obelisk in front of the St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague Castle, as if it were a twin brother. The River Maine is flowing slowly and has a quiet and peaceful scene. It is hard to imagine that 70 years ago, there was a heavy blow to the war. Now the phoenix is nirvana, and the citizens here continue to live a slow life with a happy index.
Even if the weather is not good, it is still a fairytale romantic city picture. The Main River, the Old Bridge, the main church, the Church of the Virgin, and the New Munster Church, which we have just walked through, have a panoramic view, including our hotel. When I saw the vineyards under the mountains, I remembered the wines that are as famous as the beer. The road down the mountain is also part of the Vineyard Roaming Road. I heard that there are many locals on the hillside who come to the picnic in the summer. I thought of that time, as long as the weather is good, the road should be far away.
1) Bavarian 14-day palace coupon
2) If you don't drive, there are two roads from the old Main Bridge to the fortress. A road is through the vineyard. It takes a lot of time to turn back and hover up, which is time-consuming and laborious; the other road is directly from the hillside, which is relatively fast. After crossing the bridge, you need to turn right, then go left and see where there is a signpost.
Wrzburg is known as Little Prague. This bridge is naturally a replica of the Charles Bridge.
Old Main Bridge Alte Mainbrucke was built in 1473-1543. In order to save maintenance costs, the wood was arched in stone in 1512. on. During the Baroque period, the bridge gates and towers were demolished. Around 1730, the typical 4.5-meter-high Baroque saint statue was refurbished. Although the old bridge was badly damaged in the bombing in 1945, it has been repaired. It is now a pedestrian bridge, from which you can see not only the Marion Castle, the grape fields on the hills, the clear waters of the beautiful rivers, but also the spires of the churches in the old town of Wrzburg, Wrzburg. The most beautiful scenery.
I always thought that the people on the market square were already the highest in Wrzburg. When we arrived at Main Bridge, we were really scared. The most densely populated place was on this century-old bridge. Its not too much to shoulder! On the same day, there were many mobile stalls selling crafts and ornaments on the old bridge of Maine, tourists who stopped to shop, and Germans who used the side rails as a wine table, which made it not too wide. The bridge is more crowded.
If there is a lot of time, you can actually walk down the bridge along the river, or sit on a bench by the river to see the scenery. It is very pleasant. Vehicles and bicycles on the bridge can pass, but there are very few vehicles, so everyone is running around on both sides. At 4 or 5 in the afternoon, the bar at the bridgehead is a crowd of people. Everyone raises a glass of wine and chats at the entrance of the bistro, or standing on the edge of the bridge and drinking and watching the distance is really an enviable life.
To be honest, the most beautiful angle to see the fortress is on the bridge. This type of fortress castle on the mountain must be kept at a distance, leaving enough visual space to see its awkward momentum. Otherwise, if you really get a fortress, you will understand what the ancients said is "only in this mountain."
Living somewhere else, when you walk into a foreign market square
market square, it is a point to visit on the tourist list, and it is also one of the places where local people buy daily ingredients. The market square is always the most in the city. A place with a sense of life. A place like a bureaucratic palace, close to culture, far from life, stripped of life, and seeing more of it is a passing passenger after all; to stay close to the life of the locals, go to the streets and alleys, and feel and experience the locals. Life has to go to the market. As a rich and inclusive magical venue, the Market Square connects the local people's table and their lives.
bought a particularly fresh and delicious strawberry in the market, a box of only 3 euros. Ask the boss to wash before eating, the boss is slightly surprised to answer of course, the easy mode country is easy to eat fruit. Dai Xiansen ate praise. After all the way, no matter what you buy, you should compare this box of strawberries: this xxx is so expensive, I can buy n boxes of strawberries! Next to the
square is a small yellow goose house called the Falcon House. Located on the north side of the Market Square, it was built in 1735 and in 1751 added a Rococo-style faade. Until the 19th century, it was the only concert hall and ballroom in Wrzburg. The building was destroyed in World War II and later rebuilt and transformed into a visitor center and library. The distinctive Rococo style is engraved with regular and finely carved carvings. After reading this, you will never be confused with other styles of architecture.
The most enviable pigeons in the market square are the pigeons, which are leisurely parked on the obelisk. Perhaps their only job is to look down on the crowds in the square day after day. We chose to sit in the square and sell the seat on the 2nd floor window. The window is the Virgin Mary and the Market Square. Eating hamburger chickens does not delay the enjoyable lunch time.
The official residence of Wrzburg, also known as the Episcopal Palace, was built between 1720 and 1744 and is the main masterpiece of Baroque in southern Germany and one of the largest castles in Europe. As the first stop of the romantic road, Wrzburg is not very popular. In addition to the need to meet the religious beliefs of the various cathedrals in the city, only the Wrzburg official residence and the Marienberg fortress are really worthy of the sights. Even if you encounter a tour group here, visitors can use the few to sum up, and we have a great experience. We also met the only Chinese compatriots in Wrzburg, two.
After entering the palace, you need to store the carry-on package first. The locker needs a coin switch. Please prepare in advance. No photos are allowed in the palace.
Entering the palace, you can see the large staircase designed by Neumann. It is located on the 1st floor and the steps are criss-crossed to the 2nd floor. Above the grand staircase is a mural created by Tiepolo in 1750. The size of 667 square meters is still the largest mural in the world and the treasure of the town hall of the Wrzburg mansion. The palace has 350 rooms, and the 40 rooms that are now open are enough for the first time visitors to see it dazzled. If you really want to taste it, you need a whole day. As the first palace we visited in Europe, it was deeply shocked by its sculpt and luxuries. I am used to the solemn atmosphere of the Chinese royal palace. Although the palaces in Europe do not have our layers of courtyards, they are another unique and exquisite.
Out of the palace, the court garden on the side gave us a new round of surprises. A well-balanced axisymmetric design with fountains, waterfalls, steps, plants, and tree-lined paths. The Mozart Festival is held here every summer.
It is highly recommended to come to Bavaria to buy their 14-day palace coupon. The Bavarian palace is extremely rich in resources, and the palaces can be visited by ticket and enjoy the full ticket.
See ## Going to Wrzburg, Wrzburg is a city that has been ruled by the bishop for centuries and is also the starting point of Germany's famous Romantik Avenue.
During the bishop's reign, many magnificent castles were built in this place. Among them, Maria Fort is the most representative, and the Old Bridge is connected to the old city and the Fort Maria. Standing on this bridge, you can admire the many sculptures standing on the bridge. Many of them are sacred characters in religious beliefs. They are complete and representative.
The tired guests have a stone bench on the side of the statue to rest. The ancient lampposts are very distinctive. If you are lucky, you can see hot air balloons in the sky. Some of them are advertising companies. Kind, but it is pretty.
In addition, the Old Main Bridge is also the best place to look out for Maria Fort. It takes about 10-15 minutes to walk from the Bishops Palace.
For the self-driving, it is also the classic romantic path from Frankfurt to Swan Castle, Heidelberg and other famous attractions.
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The Royal Palace of Wrzburg is one of the largest and most magnificent Baroque palaces in Germany. Germany was once a religiously dynasty, and the Wrzburg Palace, the palace gardens and the squares were the seat of the government of the time. They not only absorbed the essence of Baroque art and architecture that was dominant in southern Germany at the time, but also incorporated To commemorate the historical significance of the Shun Bonn family. The building, known as the Palace of the Palace, is magnificent from the outside. It is known for its harmonious symmetrical beauty. The front of the Bishop's Palace is decorated with pale yellow sandstone, the most magnificent and beautiful building in the Baroque period in southern Germany. Everyone who has been here is deeply infected and shocked by its magnificent design. Standing in a neatly arranged luxury room, beautiful gardens, large staircases and a magnificent central hall. The entire palace was completed in 1744. Eight years later, Tibero from Venice created the murals in the hall and is still the largest ceiling painting in the world. Photographs are not allowed inside the palace. How do you actually visit yourself?