Dinkelsbühl is a small town on the Romantic Road. It is not far from Rothenburg. The houses are brightly colored. When I go there are celebrations. I also spent 5 euros in the old town. I want to go to Germany. I didn’t book a seat for dinner, I can see how popular it is
The moment I walked into the small town, I really felt like I was in the Middle Ages, with brightly colored houses and criss-crossed cobblestone paths, because the entire town was closed and there was no car, and only the old European white-haired old man walked oncomingly. .
Dinkelsbühl is a quieter, fresher, and more fully preserved medieval town than Rothenburg. There are small bridges and flowing water outside the city wall, and walking along the city wall, you can see one after another round and pointed towers on the city wall, just like a fortress in a fairy tale; the city is full of traditional German wooden truss houses, sloping roofs, and red scale tile roofs. , Chimneys and dormer windows construct this colorful medieval fairy tale.
I drove all the way, in order to avoid famous towns, stayed here for one night in a century-old homestay. It also caught up with the ancient festival "Children's Salvation Day". In the evening, you can also follow the guards around the town. Although they don't understand German, they are very distinctive.
Dinkelsbuhl, the medieval old city surrounded by city walls, was rare in World War II. When you live in a hotel converted from an old house in the city center, you can get a glimpse of the inside and outside of the post-Renaissance-style house. The five colorful townhouses with sloped roofs have a history of four to five hundred years and are once a wine market. Walking along the city wall in the sunset, there are more than a dozen [green ribbon] gate clock towers around the city wall, extending in all directions.
Preston_Dominguez: About 45 kilometers south of Rothenburg
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Dinkelsbuhl,Munster Sankt Georg,Old Town,Limeseum,Die Stauferstele