His music has comforted people in times of pain and sadness. Even German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier says that without Mozart, we would all fundamentally be missing something.
Bavaria’s most popular castles and magnificent buildings; Elisabeth Yorck von Wartenburg; Deutsche Welle
Three Irish missionary monks visited Würzburg in A.D. 686 to Christianize the local ‘barbarians’. The inhospitable locals beheaded them. Fortunately, we find the citizens are much friendlier today,…
Source: Würzburg cruise port guide
WÜRZBURG, Germany—It’s dark here in the cellars, but tall candles mounted on huge wine casks light our path. We’re deep in the Staatlicher Hofkeller, the cellars of the Bavarian state winery below Würzburg Residenz Castle, a World Heritage Site in Franconia. While Germany may be known for its beer, in this region of Bavaria, wine […]
Oktoberfest Means Wine In Franconia, The Enchanting German Region You Don’t Know Yet; Fathom; Forbes
In Franconia, a culturally distinct region that historically resisted Bavaria’s authority, a millenia-old winemaking tradition means that instead of hops and malt, grapes are top of mind, even during Oktoberfest.
Old castles, beer gardens, mountains, culture and history make this beautiful area of Germany a must-visit.
When you imagine of Bavaria, Munich may be the first place that involves mind. Beyond the administrative centre city, the spot of Franconia supplies a…
Cruise Critic is out with the most popular cruise ship destinations for 2018. Villefranche, France, comes in at No. 10. The top spot could be a surprise to you.
Travelling from Frankfurt to Munich via the Romantic Road? Here’s a 7-day itinerary that takes you past quaint towns, like Rothenburg and Füssen, and the Bavarian Alps!
Unlike Australia’s Great Ocean Road or Iceland’s Ring Road, Germany isn’t very well known for its road trips. So what compelled me to take a week-long road trip in Germany? That’s where *cue drumroll* the “Romantische Straße” comes in.
The “Romantic Road”, as its English translation goes, is a scenic road that takes you through quaint towns and the Bavarian Alps. Yes, yes, the name does sound rather trite but there has got to be some truth to it if it were named as such – and there is.