A small city in Frankfurt, with a very typical architectural style, similar to a rural environment. Each courtyard and house are relatively independent. There are not many prosperous facilities. It is quiet and a good place to live.
Go to Eisenach by train, walk down from the train station to the hotel for 5 minutes, take a 13 Euro to visit Wartburg; come back to visit the city center church and Bach Luther's house, etc., shopping in dm.
In a quiet town, there is a Wartburg to play around. It’s fun to spend a week quietly. The goods are cheap and the people are friendly. The stone road has a little sense of history. not bad.
In the ancient city of Eisenach, many ancient buildings and various styles are preserved. The most eye-catching thing is of course the old yellow building on the small square. Half of the tourists, including me, come in admiration of its name. This is where Bach was born.
Eisenach is a city in central Germany, famous for its beautiful natural scenery and rich mineral deposits.
A very special town, typical Eastern European style, where people live very leisurely and primitively. Compared to some large cities in Germany, Eisenach is more like a water town in the south of the Yangtze River in my country, with a special charm.
Preston_Dominguez: Eisenach, Deutschland
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Metilstein,Eisenach,Wartburg,Aquaplex,Reuter Wagner Museum