Sleep pods in Munich Airport lounge.
The world-famous old town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber features an accessible town wall (approx. 2.5 km can be walked along), towers, 6 gates and lots more.
Impressive basalt rock face with columns of basalt
Site of the 1972 Olympic Games swimming competition
The factory owner Johannes Haag commissioned the building of a two-storey, neo-Renaissance-style building on the grounds of his "machine and tube factory" in Bauhofstraße (now Johannes-Haag-Straße) in 1877.
The Miltenburg was built in 1200 and refurbished in 2011. Since then, it has been housing the Museum Burg Miltenberg for Modern Art and Icons
The Kongresshalle is the largest Nazi monument building (1935-40) to have been preserved. It was built based on the Colosseum in Rome.
Ruins of a former castle from the 13th century with castle chapel.
The world’s largest contiguous hop-growing area in the centre of Bavaria
Reconstructed longhouse from the Middle Bronze Age.
Castle complex with former farm buildings, parkland and representative interior.
The region of Tirschenreuth is shaped by 3,500 ponds, comprising a water surface of some 2,000 hectares, which is spread across the region.