The Kramer Bridge in Erfurt crosses the Brestor River, a tributary of the Gera River that flows through the city center. This bridge with houses on both sides is unique in the northern Alps. It is 120 meters long and is the longest built house in Europe. Closed bridge. The house bridge has become an iconic ancient building in Erfurt.
The bridge was originally made of wood. It was rebuilt in 1325 and changed to a stone texture. On both sides of the bridge, there are a variety of hand-made art shops and cafes and restaurants, you can walk around slowly.
Krämerbrücke, a medieval-style bridge street, is lined with antique buildings on both sides of a narrow street with bright colors. From the small road to the north, you can see the small bridges in Europe from another angle.
Erfurt is very small. It takes 10 minutes to come from the station. It doesn't have a taste. It will be more beautiful if the sun is full!
Walking on the bridge feels like returning to Phoenix. On both sides are handcrafted art shops and cafes restaurants with various characteristics. You can walk around slowly and take a look. When you are tired, sit down and have a cup of coffee or buy an ice cream. Take a rest on the open space in the photo. This clearing is where Germans most often spend weekend afternoons. Here you can see the most original German life
It is the longest bridge house in Europe with the largest number of residents. It is also the most interesting secular architectural work of Aifute. It was originally made of wood and was built of stone in 1325.
Preston_Dominguez: Krämerbrücke 20-21, 99084 Erfurt
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Certosa di Vedana,Erfurt Cathedral,Merchant's Bridge,Fischmarkt,Wenigemarkt