Bamberg (Bamburgh) one-day tour must see Raiders h
This trip to Germany went to several towns, Bamberg (Bamburgh) is my favorite town one. The medieval architecture was completely preserved because it was not affected by the Second World War. It was included in one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1993.
Bamberg Old Town Waterways are horizontal and horizontal, with colored wooden houses. It is called "German Venice". It is really beautiful to take pictures on the Regnitz River. The day was cloudy, the scenery was a bit less, and if it was matched with a big blue sky, Bamberg would be even more beautiful.
is not big, you can walk all the attractions on foot, here are some of the must-see attractions in the downstream Bamberg:
Old Town Hall: Suspended House - Old Town Hall
Wet murals of the old town hall: one foot ran out of the world of angels
Bamberg main church
New Palace's rose garden
smoked beer < addicted to taste >
Take a nice walk along the beautiful riverside at Bamberg, Germany, to enjoy a breath of fresh air!
Built in 1007 AD, Bamberg has a history of thousands of years and was once the residence of the Holy Roman Emperor and Bishop. The old town here is the largest historical city in Germany that has not been destroyed by war. There are more than 2,000 historical sites in the city, including monuments of various historical significance and old gardens with about a thousand years of history. Berg is presented to the world as a whole urban architectural art. The Regnitz River passes through the city and straddles the houses on both sides of the strait. Water and architecture blend. The old town hall, located in the middle of the Regnitz River, is undoubtedly the iconic building here. The winding waterways make it a Little Venice, and the Gondola in the river is really like Italy. Its historical influence on the surrounding area and its history and culture has made it a world cultural heritage.
Bamberg, a medieval town with a thousand years of history, has shown us an extraordinary magical color. Although Bamberg is not small, but the old town is not big, walking around to visit various attractions. With good physical strength, you can climb Mount Michel on foot and stand in the garden of the monastery, overlooking the panoramic view of the red tops of Bamberg. However, because the terrain has ups and downs, it will take some effort. This may not be a destination familiar to tourists, but definitely worth a visit. Almost all the people I have been to have praised her, and even some people call her "the most beautiful small town in Germany."
We have seen the fairytale heavenly Rothenburg and Dinkelsbill, and then indulge in the lakes and mountains at the foot of the Alps; finally, back to the same kind of fairy tale Bamberg, everything is perfect. She has the shadow of Rothenburg and Wrzburg, but she is unique.
Bamberg is also very photographed, a fairytale-like lodge, a criss-crossing alley on the Regnitz River, especially the seven hills of Bamberg, each with a church. This veritable church city, the city's architectural layout is diverging, the spires are everywhere, the hills and the center are all occupied by God, and only the other side of the Regnitz River at the foot of the mountain is the living area of the citizens.
The shops, restaurants, pubs, coffee shops, and handicraft shops along the street are dazzling. When you come to Bamberg, you will have a unique advantage.
Traveling in the streets of Bamberg is like entering a dream world. The scenery of the city and its beauty. Whether it's a restaurant or a monument, every building is exquisite and completely invisible to any modern building. The whole city gives a relaxed and simple aesthetic. I think for these reasons too, Bamberg is widely regarded as one of the most attractive cities in Germany.
There are not many people who will include Bamberg in the itinerary, but it is the place I fell in love with. Anyone who has been to this small town will not praise it. It is a unique and unique Bavarian little Venice. It is also a medieval town that has never changed its appearance for more than a thousand years. It is just a stop on your way to travel, but year after year, it is always there, let it be Reggae. The Nitz River flows quietly.
The Gothic old town hall was built in 1462. There are beautiful sculptures on the doorway of the bridge, and there are murals on the outer wall (there is a little angel who "extends the legs out of the wall"). The structure is very strange, it is located on the river and the bridge, like a moored ship. The wall is a beautiful mural. The best place to enjoy the
Old Town Hall is the short Geyersworthsteg pedestrian bridge on the Regnitz River in the southeast. Many postcards printed in the old town hall of Bamberg are taken on the bridge. . As long as you look at the footbridge before the afternoon, it is all right, it is very suitable for taking photos. It is worth mentioning that the walls of this old town hall are painted with exquisite murals. In addition to the flat murals, if you look closely, you can also see a little angel at the bottom of the mural, sticking his foot out of the wall and forming A 3D effect. And the relief on the bell tower is also very delicate.
was originally attracted by a photo of the old town hall under the blue sky and decided to come to Bamberg. When you witnessed it, the old town hall showed the typical German-style wooden truss architecture style, small and cute; the rivers on both sides rushed past, the gorgeous walls made people shine, and coincided with the Baroque style of the whole town. . The domineering power of the year, the city hall that forced the secular regime to build under the helpless situation, became a beautiful landscape of Bamberg after hundreds of years.
In addition to the old town hall itself, the scenery that looks out on both sides of the bridge will not disappoint. The well-developed water system is blessed by Bamberg. The Regnitz River flows from the southeast through the city centre, and the northwest of the city and the Main River converge near this small town. Many of the buildings in the small town are built on the waterfront, and people can come by the waterfront. Visitors who come here can take a stroll on the shore, or take a boat trip to see the scenery of the water on both sides of the Regnitz River.
Of the six spires on the Bamberg skyline, four belong to the main church in Bamberg. The cathedral is the historical and spiritual center of Bamberg. It was built in 1012. It was burned twice and rebuilt in 1237. The architectural style was transformed from Romanesque to early Gothic. The cathedral is known in Germany for its four tall, pointed spires. From Obere Brcke along Karolinenstrae to the main church square (Domplatz), the architectural style became wider and thicker. The main church was built in 1004. It has medieval Romanesque and Gothic styles, and the gray bricks come from Franken.
The interior of the church is simple, but there are also beautiful stone carvings and altars. The most important of the sleeping Bamberg celebrities is Pope Clement II, the only pope buried north of the Alps. The most interesting thing is that a stone sculpture at the entrance of the church is called the Bamberger Reiter, but no one knows for sure, which artist is the artist from which the statue was portrayed. 12 per Saturday
Originally thought that this is just a fairy tale town like Rothenburg, after seeing a beautiful statue and Baroque architecture, I realized that this is a real medieval city. In 1007, the Holy Roman Emperor Henry II elevated it to the seat of the Lord and the Emperor, and built a "new Roman city." For a long time after that, Bamberg became the religious and political center of Europe, and a large number of outstanding German architects inspired here, leaving an innumerable collection of fine art in the history of architecture. To this day, the old town of Bamberg still houses a large number of famous buildings in ancient Rome, Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance styles.
The new Royal Palace, located opposite the Cathedral, is the most outstanding representative of Bamberg's Baroque architecture era. The Roman Emperor Henry II raised Bamberg to the main parish in 1007. The new royal palace has been the official residence of Bishop Bamberg since its completion in 1703. Compared to the old palace of Wei Ran, the new palace is romantic and beautiful, and now the new palace is also transformed into a museum. The back garden of the new royal palace overlooking the Church of St. Michel is a very beautiful scene in Bamberg. Next to the
cathedral is the old palace and the new palace. The old palace is a Renaissance style, and the interior of the palace has now been transformed into a museum. There is a delicate "beautiful door". Today it is a particularly quiet and charming courtyard, the old house is a classic wooden frame structure, and a balcony full of flowers.
Since the 13th century, the bishops of Bamberg have been the kingdoms of the kingdom, and the political and religious integration, so a lot of wealth is spent on various buildings. Although the old palace today does not look so grand, it looks like an ordinary courtyard. Closed doors, still blooming flowers, it is difficult to tie this seemingly special courtyard to the former bishop's former palace.
Because the positive value is autumn, the rose in the rose garden is not so large. But the fine and elegant sculptures in the flowers can still reveal the glory of that city. The garden is halfway up the hill and overlooks the entire Bamberg. Although the vision is certainly not as good as the St. Michael's Abbey, it is not bad for people like us who have no chance to climb, but also a stretch of red roof.
Many places in Europe with water are called Little Venice, and the bank of the Legnitz River in Bamberg is no exception. At the foot of the old town hall, the originally rushing river flows to Little Venice and gradually becomes soothing and clear. The best place to stroll through Little Venice is on the opposite side of the Am Leinritt river. Little Venice is actually a former fishermen's gathering area in Bamberg. It consists of a row of beautifully decorated wooden houses, most of which are still in the Middle Ages. The small courtyard is also the berth of various boats, forming a beautiful and romantic landscape on the banks of the Regnitz River.
This is a row of low-rise half-timbered houses built along the eastern bank of the Regnitz River between MarkusBrucke and UntereBrucke. It is said that the first place where the fishermen and their families lived, the small houses were supported by a few woods inserted in the water, with small gardens and balconies in front of them, with flowers of various colors. To be honest, it is not like Venice at all, but no one cares about this. The entire Little Venice is suitable for standing on the other side of the river.
If you come to the river of Regnitz, you will appreciate the beauty of this water city. The high and low European buildings are next to the water's edge, and the flocks of waterfowl are low across the water. Under such beauty, you may Forget one thing: In these dazzling European-style buildings, there is actually a local prison in Bamberg. When the prisoners were sent to the execution ground, they also took this waterway.
In Germany, or even in Bayern, you may find it easy to find a city that is more beautiful than Bamberg, but no city can be like this, it will be a subtle blend of such beauty. It is hard to imagine that this is a small city with a population of less than 60,000. What kind of ideals existed in the past.