Not far from Nuremberg is a quiet town called Coburg. Unlike the old town and big city that I went to before, Coburg gave me the feeling that where did people go? Although the town is not big, but I have barely seen a few pedestrians, I am actually somewhat surprised, but more is a feeling of surprise. I don't like many people, so Coburg's desertedness is quite good. I walked in the quiet streets and lanes, so I could calm down and watch every building. I walked on the vicissitudes of the stone road and listened gently to this small. The history of the town. Coburg Square: Compared to the square in Stuttgart, there are a lot of pockets, and there are not many tourists, but because of this, they have a rare and elegant atmosphere, sitting under the square statue and eating ice cream. Looking at the people who come and go, time should be so squandered. Keborg Castle: Unique royal style, unique charm has been shining. The famous big castle built in the early 13th century stands on the top of the Maien Gorge in the Thuringian Forest and belongs to the rare mountain castle in Germany. The entire castle is free for visitors to visit except for museums. The museum collections include world famous paintings, glassware, ancient weapons and metal coins. Walking into the castle seems to step into the distant middle ages, the majestic castle gates, the majestic wall turrets, the magnificent palace buildings, the perfect courtyard design... all left a deep impression on people. Bamberg: This small town is called Venice of Germany because its well-developed waterways, mainly the Rhine and Danube rivers, make Bamberg's water transport very convenient and common. The scenery is also very special.