Dinkelsbühl

An almost entirely intact townscape for over 400 years, impressive church buildings, proud trading companies and rich half-timbered architecture make Dinkelsbühl one of “the consistent and best preserved urban landscapes from the late Middle Ages in Germany” - according to art historians.

Dinkelsbühl on the Romantic Road
Dinkelsbühl on the Romantic Road

The gothic Münster St. Georg, one of the most beautiful hall churches in southern Germany, still dominates a particularly attractive old town ensemble. The ups and downs in the town’s 800-year history are tangibly brought to life in the ‘Haus der Geschichte Dinkelsbühl - vom Krieg und Frieden’ (Dinkelsbühl History Museum - from war and peace). The evening walk with the night watchman promises pure romanticism.

The distance is approx. 80 kilometres.