In our wonderful region you will find a variety of beautiful destinations for excursions that will enrich vacation or weekend trip.
Starting with the landmark of the Spessart, the Mespelbrunn Castle all the way over to Wertheim with its landmark, the Angel Fountain and its massive castle ruins.
If you don’t need it quite so historic and prefer shopping, Wertheim Village is the place to visit.
Cities like Frankfurt, Würzburg or Darmstadt are within easy reach.
Aschaffenburg, with its museums and Johannisburg Castle, also has a lot to offer, both historically and in terms of just city stroll and window shopping potential.
Feel free to ask us about the many local sights, we will be happy to provide information about the beautiful parks of Schönbusch, Schöntal and Pompejanum.
The historic town of Lohr, which received its town charter in 1333, is considered a fairytale gateway to the Spessart. Sights include the Bavarian Tower, the town hall from 1602, the Kurmainzer Castle and numerous half-timbered houses in the core of the town and in the historic fishermen’s quarter.
In the former Kurmainz Castle in Lohr, the Spessart Museum invites visitors to take an exciting journey through the past and present of one of the largest contiguous deciduous forest areas in Germany. Also on display is the talking mirror from the fairy tale of Snow White.
As a town of now seven healing springs, Bad Brückenau has been one of the most popular spas in Franconia for more than 250 years. Visit the magnificent spa complex outside the town with its Kursaal building, guest houses and hotels from the time of princes and monarchs, where especially the Bavarian King Ludwig I liked to stay.
Miltenberg is considered the most beautiful half-timbered town in Lower Franconia, with the particularly idyllic-looking old town region at the Schnatterloch and the landmark Würzburger Tor.
You have not yet been able to find the right idea for your excursion? Then please feel free to contact us, there are no limits to your imagination.
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