林荫大道水至清You can park your car in front of St. George’s Cathedral when you go to Dinkelsbühl’s Old Town, and you can park for only 1 hour, free of charge. This old town is now gradually being known to the outside world and has become a popular tourist destination. I felt good about the celebration
In the hidden towns of Germany, Dickelsbill
Dinkelsbill, which is rarely mentioned in the Raiders, is a municipality in Bavaria, Germany, 50 km south of Rothenburg. The town is quiet and serene. Strolling through the streets of the old town and strolling around the shops, a lazy afternoon becomes very pleasant. The city can still enter the city from one of the four gates, and the old town retaining the historical features has a complete city wall. This place can be said to be the most quaint place on the romantic road, truly recreating the medieval landscape. There is no famous place in Rothenburg, and there is no large scale in Rothenburg. But Dinkelsbhl has the same architecture and fairytale feel as Rothenburg, but there are fewer noisy crowds,
In a country with a developed railway network like Germany, there is still no train here, it is recommended to travel by car / Hh/ Not to be missed:
St. George's Cathedral
The interior is a typical Gothic layout, like the St. Jacob's Church in Rothenburg. Its just filled with a metallic hue, the shape of the frame is magnificent, the brightly lit chair tells the precipitation of time, the heavy organ of the large organ, the time seems to go back to the 20th century, the indoor fan-shaped dome ceiling makes The person is dumbfounded. The pretzl window donated by the Baker's Guild is one of the treasures. It is in the upper half of the last window on the right side of the channel. When the weather is good, you can climb the tower of the cathedral and overlook the entire town
church opposite the postcard angle
five colorful wooden bars are also the business card of Dinkelsbill. The first with a dome tower was the hotel that had hosted the Empire Karl V and the King of Sweden. It is 'Zur Glocke' with a unique stepped gable next to it. In the past, the red half-timbered structure is the famous German house of 'Deutsche Haus'. It is indeed the most beautiful combination of the late Renaissance and Baroque architecture, but now it is also a very good Michelin recommended restaurant. In the past, with a curly and small obelisk gable, the long building is 'Schranne'