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Persons suitable for persons min. Persons suitable for persons max. Sea Sea Sea: walking distance Sea: to 5 km Sea: to 10 km. The Brauerei Keller is in the heart of the lovely half-timbered old town of Miltenberg on the Main River. Rooms in this late 16th-century building are comfortably furnished with mostly cherry and oak furniture. The restaurant serves mostly regional specialties.
The Altes Bannhaus was once part of the Muldenburg castle and in the past has served as arsenal and prison, as the name suggests. The hotel has only 10 rooms, which are functionally furnished. More famous is the restaurant, which serves regional dishes with a nouvelle cuisine touch in a 13th-century vaulted cellar.
Food is regional and fairly basic. In addition to fantastic cakes and tarts, small mostly Italian dishes are also served. A few miles from the center of Amorbach, in an early 18th-century former monastery building, is Der Schafhof. This hotel with restaurant has a lovely location and classy rooms individually furnished in a country-house style.
Hotel Der Schafhof, Schafhof 1, Amorbach, tel , fax In Amorbach itself, directly on the market square, is the pleasant Brauerei Burkarth , Am Marktplatz 4, tel This restaurant offers regional as well as some international dishes in a rustic local. Hotel Schwan is erected on top of part of the former town wall of Wertheim and is thus not surprisingly at the edge of the old town. Rooms are comfortable and mostly with Main River views.
The suites are stylish, very modern, and worth the slight surcharge. The restaurant serves mostly local cuisine. Hotel Schwan, Mainplatz 8, Wertheim, tel , fax In Wertheim , the youth hostel Frankenland is about 15 minutes walking uphill from the station. The youth hostel has lovely views of the old town.
Their exit valleys from the mountain range are all oriented towards the northwest. The Central Black Forest is mainly restricted to the catchment area of the River Kinzig above Offenburg as well as the Schutter and the low hills north of the Elz.
To the south and west it is adjoined by the High Black Forest Hochschwarzwald , with the highest summits in the whole range around the Feldberg and the Belchen. The southern crest of the Black Forest in the west is deeply incised by the Rhine into numerous ridges. The Black Forest occupies part of the continental divide between the Atlantic Ocean drainage basin drained by the Rhine and the Black Sea drainage basin drained by the Danube.
Important lakes of natural, glacial origin in the Black Forest include the Titisee , the Mummelsee and the Feldsee. Especially in the Northern Black Forest are a number of other, smaller tarns. Numerous reservoirs like the — formerly natural but much smaller — Schluchsee with the other lakes of the Schluchseewerk , the Schwarzenbach Reservoir , the Kleine Kinzig Reservoir or the Nagold Reservoir are used for electricity generation , flood protection or drinking water supply.
The Black Forest consists of a cover of sandstone on top of a core of gneiss and granite. Formerly it shared tectonic evolution with the nearby Vosges Mountains. Later during the Middle Eocene a rifting period affected the area and caused formation of the Upper Rhine Plain. The geological foundation of the Black Forest is formed by the crystalline bedrock of the Variscan basement.
This is covered in the east and northeast by Bunter Sandstone slabs, the so-called platforms. On the western edge a descending, step-fault -like, foothill zone borders the Upper Rhine Graben consisting of rocks of the Triassic and Jurassic periods. The dominant rocks of the basement are gneiss ortho- and paragneisses, in the south also migmatites and diatexites, for example on the Schauinsland and Kandel.
These gneisses were penetrated by a number of granitic bodies during the Carboniferous period. In the south lies the zone of Badenweiler-Lenzkirch, in which Palaeozoic rocks have been preserved volcanite and sedimentary rocks , which are interpreted as the intercalated remains of a microcontinental collision. Still further in the southeast around Todtmoos is a range of exotic inclusions: gabbro from Ehrsberg , serpentinites and pyroxenites near Todtmoos, norite near Horbach , which are possibly the remnants of an accretionary wedge from a continental collision.
Also noteworthy are the basins in the Rotliegend , for example the Schramberg or the Baden-Baden Basin with thick quartz-porphyry and tuff plates exposed, for example, on the rock massif of Battert near Baden-Baden. Thick rotliegendes rock, covered by bunter, also occurs in the north of the Dinkelberg block several hundred metres thick in the Basel geothermal borehole. Since the downfaulting of the Upper Rhine Graben during the Eocene epoch, the two shoulders on either side have been uplifted: the Black Forest to the east and the Vosges to the west.
In the centre lies the Kaiserstuhl volcano , which dates to the Miocene. In the times that followed, the Mesozoic platform on the uplands was largely eroded, apart from remains of Bunter Sandstone and Rotliegend Group , but it has survived within the graben itself. During the Pliocene a pronounced but uneven bulge especially affected the southern Black Forest, including the Feldberg.
As a result, the upper surface of the basement in the northern part of the forest around the Hornisgrinde is considerably lower. In the central Black Forest, the tectonic syncline of the Kinzig and Murg emerged. Geomorphologist Walther Penck regarded the Black Forest as an uplifted geologic dome and modeled his theory of piedmonttreppen piedmont benchlands on it. Above the crystalline basement of the Northern Black Forest and the adjacent parts of the Central Black Forest, the bunter sandstone platforms rise in prominent steps.
The most resistant surface strata on the stepped terrain of the grinden uplands and the heights around the upper reaches of the Enz , which have been heavily eroded by the tributaries of the Murg, is the silicified main conglomerate Middle Bunter. To the east and north are the nappes of the Upper Bunter platten sandstones and red clays. South of the Kinzig the Bunter Sandstone zone narrows to a fringe in the east of the mountain range.
This glacial geomorphology characterizes almost all of the High Black Forest as well as the main ridge of the Northern Black Forest. Apart from that, it is only discernible from a large number of cirques mainly facing northeast. Especially in this direction snow accumulated on the shaded and leeward slopes of the summit plateau to form short cirque glaciers that made the sides of these funnel-shaped depressions.
There are still tarns in some of these old cirques, partly a result of the anthropogenic elevation of the low-side lip of the cirque, such as the Mummelsee , Wildsee , Schurmsee , Glaswaldsee , Buhlbachsee , Nonnenmattweiher , and Feldsee. The Titisee formed as glacial lake behind a glacial moraine.
The Black Forest is mainly rural, with many scattered villages and a few large towns. Tradition and custom are celebrated in many places in the form of annual festivities. The main dialect spoken in the Black Forest area is Alemannic. Traditional costume or Tracht is still sometimes worn today, usually at festive occasions. The appearance of such costume varies from region to region, sometimes markedly.
One of the best-known Black Forest costumes is that of the villages of Kirnbach , Reichenbach and Gutach im Kinzigtal with the characteristic Bollenhut headdress. Unmarried women wear the hats with red bobbles or Bollen ; married women wear black. Georgen weigh up to 5 kilograms.
Traditionally, the Bollenhut is worn by unmarried women as part of the tracht. Its rural beauty as well as the sense of tradition of its inhabitants attracted many artists in the 19th and early 20th centuries, whose works made the Black Forest famous the world over. Both artists painted motifs from the Black Forest throughout their lives. Artist J. The works of the Gutach artist colony around Wilhelm Hasemann were widely admired, their landscape and genre motifs capturing the character of the Black Forest.
Like local author Heinrich Hansjakob, they were part of a Baden folk costume movement. Black Forest landscape by unknown artist J. Black Forest farmhouse, painted by Wilhelm Hasemann. A Gutach family, painted by Wilhelm Hasemann ca. In the field of handicrafts, wood carving produces folk art like the Longinus crosses along with sculptors like Matthias Faller.
Wood carving is a traditional cottage industry in the region, and carved ornaments now are produced in substantial numbers as souvenirs for tourists. Cuckoo clocks are a popular example. Glassblowing is another notable craft of the Black Forest region. They needed huge amounts of firewood and wood for potash.
In the second half of the 18th century, the huts had to close due to a shortage of wood and sales difficulties. The Black Forest is known for its long tradition in gourmet cuisine. No fewer than 17 Michelin starred restaurants are located in the region, among them two restaurants with three stars Restaurants Bareiss and Schwarzwaldstube in Baiersbronn  as well as the only restaurant in Germany that has been awarded a Michelin star every year since The German holiday of Fastnacht , or Fasnet , as it is known in the Black Forest region, occurs in the time leading up to Lent.
On Fasnetmendig , or the Monday before Ash Wednesday , crowds of people line the streets, wearing wooden, mostly hand-carved masks. The Black Forest is home to an unusual card game, Cego , that is part of the region's cultural heritage. During the ensuing Napoleonic Wars , soldiers from Baden deployed with Napoleon's troops to Spain where, among other things, they learned a new card game, Ombre.
They took this back to Baden and adapted it to be played with Tarock playing cards which were in common use in southern Germany. Cego soon developed into the game of Baden and Hohenzollern , and these are the only regions of Germany where tarot or tarock cards are still used for playing games.
The difference between a nature park and a national park is that a nature park's aim is to strive for environmentally sustainable land use , to preserve the countryside as a cultural landscape, to market local produce more effectively, to make the area more suitable for sustainable tourism and to practice environmental education.
It comprises , ha and is therefore Germany's largest nature park as of Its motto is "Natur Natur sein lassen" let nature be nature. In addition to the characteristic range of fauna found in Central European forests, the following less common animals may be observed in the Black Forest: . The mountain range has lower temperatures and higher rainfall than its surrounding countryside.
The highlands of the Black Forest are characterized by regular rainfall throughout the year. However, temperatures do not fall evenly with increasing elevation, nor does the rainfall increase uniformly. Rather, the precipitation rises quickly even in the lower regions and is disproportionately heavy on the rainier western side of the mountains. The higher elevations of the Black Forest are characterized by relatively small annual fluctuations and steamed extreme values.
This is the result of the frequent light winds and greater cloud cover in summer. During the winter months, frequent high pressure means that the summits are often bathed in sunshine, while the valleys disappear under a thick blanket of fog as a result of pockets of cold air temperature inversion. The main industry of the Black Forest is tourism. Black Forest Tourism Schwarzwald Tourismus assesses that there are around , direct full-time jobs in the tourist sector and around In winter, it is the various types of winter sport that come to the fore.
There are facilities for both downhill and Nordic skiing in many places. The most heavily frequented tourist destinations and resorts in the Black Forest are the Titisee and the Schluchsee. Both lakes offer opportunities for water sports like diving and windsurfing. The Mummelsee is a recreational lake and a starting point for a number of hiking trails including the Kunstpfad am Mummelsee "sculpture trail at the Mummelsee". The height differences in the mountains are used in many places for hang gliding and paragliding.
One oft-visited town is Baden-Baden with its thermal baths and festival hall. From the beginning of the 19th century, the desire for spa and bathing resorts arose in all of Central Europe because of the increasing economic potential, increasing mobility and the use of advertising.
The Neo-renaissance style Friedrichsbad and the Palais Thermal are examples for spas built in this era. Other tourist destinations are the old imperial town of Gengenbach , the former county towns of Wolfach , Schiltach and Haslach im Kinzigtal and the flower and wine village of Sasbachwalden at the foot of the Hornisgrinde.
Baiersbronn is a centre of gastronomic excellence, Freudenstadt is built around the largest market place in Germany. Gersbach 's floral displays have won awards as the German Golden Village of and the European Golden Village of Noted for their fine interiors are the former monastery of St.
Blasien as well as the abbeys of Sankt Trudpert , St. Peter and St. Alpirsbach Abbey and the ruined Hirsau Abbey were built of red sandstone in the Hirsau style. Another idyllic rural edifice is Wittichen Abbey near Schenkenzell. There are well known winter sports areas around the Feldberg, near Todtnau with its FIS downhill ski run of Fahler Loch and in Hinterzarten , a centre and talent forge for German ski jumpers. The Black Forest has a great number of very varied trails; some of pan-regional significance.
The European long-distance path E1 crosses the Black Forest following the routes of some of the local long-distance paths. Their framework is a network of long-distance paths with main routes and side branches, many of which were laid out in the early 20th century by the Black Forest Club Schwarzwaldverein.
The best known of these is the challenging West Way Westweg with its many steep inclines. After , circular walks were constructed to meet the changing demand, initially from the relatively dense railway network and, later, mainly from locally established hiking car parks.
Roads and wide forest tracks are thus less often used than hitherto. There are numerous shorter paths suitable for day walks, as well as mountain biking and cross-country skiing trails. As of , the club counts 65, members. The Black Forest Open Air Museum at the Vogtsbauernhof farm in Gutach has original Black Forest houses offering insights into farming life of the 16th and 17th centuries.
The buildings were dismantled at their original sites, the individual pieces numbered and then re-erected to exactly the same plan in the museum. The open-air museum shows the life of 16th and 17th century farmers in the region featuring the Vogtsbauernhof which dates back to The German Clock Museum in Furtwangen gives a comprehensive cross-section of the history of the watchmaking and clockmaking industries.
From this early precision engineering a formerly important phonographic industry developed in the 20th century; the history of leisure electronics is presented in the German Phono Museum in St. The Black Forest Costume Museum in Haslach im Kinzigtal offers an overview of the traditional costume of the whole of the Black Forest and its peripheral regions. Also located in Haslach: the Hansjakob Museum and the Hansjakob Archive with numerous works of the writer, priest, politician, historian and chronicler, Heinrich Hansjakob.
The MiMa Mineralogy and Mathematics Museum in Oberwolfach houses minerals and mining exhibits from the whole of the Black Forest and links them to mathematical explanations. Several tourist routes run through the Black Forest.
Thanks to its winding country roads, the Black Forest is a popular destination for motorcyclists. This arm of tourism is controversial due to the high number of accidents and the wide-ranging noise pollution  and has been restricted through the introduction of speed limits and by placing certain roads out of bounds.
For example, since , motorcyclists have been banned from using the mountain-racing route on the Schauinsland during summer weekends. The whole of the Black Forest was once linked by railway. Georgen , Villingen and Donaueschingen. Most of these routes are still busy today, whilst some are popular heritage lines. Since January , the Black Forest Tourist organisation, Schwarzwald Tourismus , whose head office is in Freiburg , has been responsible for the administration of tourism in the municipalities of the region.
Hitherto there had been four separate tourist associations. There are many historic towns in the Black Forest. Other popular destinations include such mountains as the Feldberg, the Belchen , the Kandel , and the Schauinsland; the Titisee and Schluchsee lakes; the All Saints Waterfalls ; the Triberg Waterfalls , not the highest, but the most famous waterfalls in Germany; and the gorge of the River Wutach. Another, more specialized route is the German Clock Route ,  a circular route that traces the horological history of the region.
Due to the rich mining history dating from medieval times the Black Forest was one of the most important mining regions of Europe circa there are many mines re-opened to the public. Such mines may be visited in the Kinzig valley, the Suggental, the Muenster valley, and around Todtmoos. The Black Forest was visited on several occasions by Count Otto von Bismarck during his years as Prussian and later German chancellor — Allegedly, he was especially interested in the Triberg Waterfalls.
The Black Forest featured in the philosophical development of Martin Heidegger. Heidegger wrote and edited some of his philosophical works in a small hut in the Black Forest,  and would receive visitors there for walks, including his former pupil Hannah Arendt. This hut features explicitly in his essay Building, Dwelling, Thinking. Mining developed in the Black Forest due to its ore deposits, which were often lode-shaped.
More recent research has revealed that most of these lode fillings are much younger Triassic to Tertiary. Economic deposits of other minerals included: fluorite in the Northern Black Forest near Pforzheim , baryte in the central region near Freudenstadt , fluorite along with lead and silver near Wildschapbach, baryte and fluorite in the Rankach valley and near Ohlsbach, in the Southern Black Forest near Todtnau , Wieden and Urberg.
Small liquid magmatic deposits of nickel-magnetite gravel in norite were mined or prospected in the Hotzenwald forest near Horbach and Todtmoos. Stone coal is only found near Berghaupten and Diersburg , but was always only of local importance. Chronology: Stone Age mining of haematite as red pigment near Sulzburg.
By the 5th and 6th centuries B. In the course of inland colonisation in the Late High Middle Ages even the highlands were cultivated by settlers from the abbeys St. Persons suitable for persons max. Sea Sea Sea: walking distance Sea: to 5 km Sea: to 10 km. Lake Lake Lake: walking distance Lake: to 5 km Lake: to 10 km. Ski-lift Ski-lift Ski-lift: walking distance Ski-lift: to 5 km Ski-lift: to 10 km.
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The route was already cleared and construction had started on 29 buildings. I was opened on 27 September and shortened the section of trunk road 8 between the two cities. In the years up to , the rest of the Reichsautobahn Oberhausen following the A 2 was built over Cologne to Wiesbaden sections.
In , the northern continuation of the current motorway junction Oberhausen and the gap closure between Mettmann and Breitscheid followed. The southern route allowed the direction Reichsautobahnen simultaneously from both Cologne in the south and Wiesbaden in the north. The The construction of the section south of the Wiesbadener cross with the Main Bridge between Raunheim and Eddersheim was started in , but had to be discontinued in early The section from Erlangen to the Nuremberg junction was completed in , partly in one lane.
In , planning for the motorway section from Nuremberg via Regensburg to Passau was begun. In the area between Nuremberg and Oberpfraundorf, however, a different route was chosen than the later built. The original route led over the area of the enlarged military training area Hohenfels after the Second World War. Also, in contrast to today running south of the city A 3 Deggendorf north should be bypassed.
In the course of this work, the construction of a Danube bridge near Regensburg was started. After the war, in with the continuation of construction of the line Emmerich-Oberhausen "Holland Line" started. Already two years earlier, in , the construction of the "Zubringers Oberhausen" as the southern extension of the road to the B today's A began. Also the 7. This was then in an area that was still under Dutch administration until , the construction was in collaboration with the Dutch Road Administration.
The road cross section, however, corresponded to the German standard. The construction work was completed in and completed the section. In , both the "Oberhausen connection" south of the Oberhausen cross and the section between Wesel and Hamminkeln were released.
The total distance from Oberhausen to the Dutch border was completed in In June , the construction work on the motorway south of Wiesbaden was resumed. The completion of the 3. The total cost amounted to about one billion DM. During construction, 21 construction workers were killed. From 15 December , the highway with the maximum four percent steep Spessart climb to Rohrbrunn was passable.
On the way to the Nuremberg area was gradually built in the next few years. The line was equipped with a total of 54 rest stops in the direction of Nuremberg and 64 in the direction of Frankfurt as well as four rest stops. The complete release for this area could take place only After the plans for the motorway section Nuremberg-Regensburg-Passau were resumed in , due to the training area Hohenfels the originally planned and partly built track could not be further developed, they decided on a route through Altorf, Neumarkt and Parsberg, the at Oberpfraundorf again on the prewar road encounters.
This could be largely retained in the course. In , the A 3 in the direction of Nuremberg was already passable for another Since then, the motorway from the Dutch border to the east of Regensburg junction Rosenhof was continuously passable.
In the construction of the motorway between Deggendorf and Passau began. In , the motorway section between Passau-South and the Austrian border was completed. Between Regensburg and Deggendorf was only built in the late s to early s. As a result, the signage had to be revised, the number of goals on the signposts was reduced, which was partly accompanied by a considerable loss of information.
At the same time, a numbering of all junctions, triangles and crosses in the German motorway network was carried out. As part of this reorganization arose by linking the former A 2 section from the Dutch border at Straelen to Duisburg with the former A Duisburg-Kaiserberg-Dortmund the A The name for the cross Duisburg-Kaiserberg has been corrected in "Kreuz Kaiserberg".
The reference to the destination Duisburg along the A 3 from the cross Hilden in the north was deleted. Since then, there is such a hint only on the cross Breitscheid. The two connection points on Leverkusen city area were renamed in The basis for this was a decree of the North Rhine-Westphalian Ministry of Transport so-called "large city regulation" , which states that in connection with cities with more than , inhabitants, the city name must be prioritized.
Both follow the medieval trade route Via Publica that was first mentioned in a document from From to , the section between the junctions Aschaffenburg and Aschaffenburg-Ost was expanded to six lanes. A fatal accident occurred on October 23, , when a World War II aerial bomb exploded while milling a cement-lime mixture in the new hard shoulder. A construction worker was killed, the milling machine was completely destroyed and several vehicles and buildings were damaged.
During a subsequent unearned dupe search in the peripheral areas and at greater depths, even more duds were found. For defusing the A 3 between the Offenbacher cross and the junction Obertshausen was closed in both directions. Since it was not possible to remove the detonator of the British dud, the bomb had to be blown up on site. Furthermore, the road superstructure of the first lane and the stationary strip of the directional road raised up to about half a meter.
On a short part inside of Kreuz Kaiserberg the A3 has two lanes. The course until Waldaschaff near Aschaffenburg has six lanes. There are plans to expand this area of the A3 up to six lanes in the next few years. The next kilometers between Rottendorf and interchange Kreuz Biebelried was in late Two sections in the Frankfurt area are equipped with a special kind of facility to allow a temporary release of the emergency lanes during the rush hour.
These sections are monitored by cameras, so that the additional lane can be closed in critical situations, for example in case of a vehicle breakdown. Some parts of the A3 are among the most busy roads in Germany. According to a survey from , three sections are in the Top 10 of roads with major average traffic each day. Only the Berlin city autobahn A had more traffic in The eastern Cologne ring road is to be expanded eight miles between the cross Leverkusen and the triangle Cologne-Heumar on about fourteen kilometers in length.
The further expansion up to the cross Leverkusen is in the federal traffic route plan BVWP with the status urgent need. The expansion between AK Leverkusen and AS Leverkusen-Zentrum is considered to be another important project with a realization after The north adjacent four-lane section to Dinslaken North is also urgently to be expanded to six lanes.
The official ground-breaking ceremony took place in June and the completion of the work in In the urgent need, it is an expansion of the Wiesbaden and Offenbacher cross planned. Between the Wiesbadener Kreuz and the Frankfurter Kreuz, as well as from Offenbach to Hanau, an eight-lane extension is planned in priority need. The eight-lane section between Frankfurter Kreuz and Offenbacher Kreuz is to be extended to ten lanes.
This expansion was classified as Further Demand with Planning Law. With the status urgent need is provided in the Federal Transport Infrastructure Plan , the highway from Aschaffenburg on the Spessart and Main Franconia to the intersection Biebelried six-lane expand. All sections not yet realized have been included in the investment framework plan for the years to of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development as priority measures.
The Autobahndirektion Nordbayern indicated in that construction costs amounting to million euros. The 7. The construction period should be around four years and be completed in Between and May , the replacement new construction of the Haseltal bridge was erected and, in addition, two 1.
For the following approximately -kilometer-long section to the west of Marktheidenfeld, the plan approval decision has been available since July The expansion started in and will take four years, to be completed by The plan approval decision has been in place since October for the 9. The bridge is passable, but until the 6-lane completion of the adjacent sections, provisionally only four lanes are open.
It consisted of seven planned parts. The first included a 6. Construction work began in after the planning approval decision in and was completed by the end of The expansion of the 8. In the direction of travel in Frankfurt, there is a 2. Afterwards, the valley bridge Heidingsfeld should be lowered and the district Heuchelhof underpassed with the Katzenberg tunnel.
It is expected to have a construction time of about five and a half years. An action was brought against the decision, which the Federal Administrative Court dismissed by judgment of 3 March The preparatory work began in September , the construction work in July By December , the first phase of construction, consisting of the northern directional lane, the future direction Frankfurt, to be completed.
Afterwards, the existing bridge will be demolished and the 2nd construction phase started. Completion with the release of both lanes is planned for the end of The subsequent 2. The six-lane traffic release took place together with the eastern adjacent section. From June to December , the early, partial conversion of the junction Rottendorf was carried out. The start of construction for the actual expansion was in the fall of The first section to the junction Rottendorf has been expanded since March Since then, four lanes have been usable here in the gradient area on the Nuremberg directional road.
The construction work for the second section of the junction Rottendorf to the intersection Biebelried were completed on 12 October The route is divided into eleven planning sections:. It is planned to connect the Nuremberg Airport to the motorway with the B 4f "Nordspange". This creates a new connection point on the A 3. This now bears the number "92b". However, in March the Federal Ministry of Transport approved an early start of planning. The plan approval procedure was initiated on 25 August
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Is there a direct bus between Heidelberg and Wertheim, Village? How far is it from Heidelberg to Wertheim, Village? The distance between Heidelberg and Wertheim, Village is 76 km. The road distance is How do I travel from Heidelberg to Wertheim, Village without a car?
How long does it take to get from Heidelberg to Wertheim, Village? It takes approximately 3h 41m to get from Heidelberg to Wertheim, Village, including transfers. Where do I catch the Heidelberg to Wertheim, Village bus from? Where does the Heidelberg to Wertheim, Village bus arrive? Can I drive from Heidelberg to Wertheim, Village? Where can I stay near Wertheim, Village? Launch map view. Train operators. The front lounge of an ICE 3 2nd class. ICE 4 Berlin Hauptbahnhof. ICE first class interior.
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Food is unashamedly Franconian and the wine list long. The Brauerei Keller is in the heart of the lovely half-timbered old town of Miltenberg on the Main River. Rooms in this late 16th-century building are comfortably furnished with mostly cherry and oak furniture. The restaurant serves mostly regional specialties. The Altes Bannhaus was once part of the Muldenburg castle and in the past has served as arsenal and prison, as the name suggests.
The hotel has only 10 rooms, which are functionally furnished. More famous is the restaurant, which serves regional dishes with a nouvelle cuisine touch in a 13th-century vaulted cellar. Food is regional and fairly basic. In addition to fantastic cakes and tarts, small mostly Italian dishes are also served.
A few miles from the center of Amorbach, in an early 18th-century former monastery building, is Der Schafhof. This hotel with restaurant has a lovely location and classy rooms individually furnished in a country-house style. Hotel Der Schafhof, Schafhof 1, Amorbach, tel , fax In Amorbach itself, directly on the market square, is the pleasant Brauerei Burkarth , Am Marktplatz 4, tel This restaurant offers regional as well as some international dishes in a rustic local.
Hotel Schwan is erected on top of part of the former town wall of Wertheim and is thus not surprisingly at the edge of the old town. Rooms are comfortable and mostly with Main River views. The suites are stylish, very modern, and worth the slight surcharge. The restaurant serves mostly local cuisine.
Hotel Schwan, Mainplatz 8, Wertheim, tel , fax