Buyunlei is a very beautiful town, full of strolls, savoring the Rotenberg on the Tauber River, which is the essence of Rotenberg in Germany in the Middle Ages. Rotenberg gives us a better impression, many tourists, very commercialized, things are really expensive. These are the first impressions. Such a small town is quiet but angry, but ancient but beautiful do not know who put Pl&nl; Ein transliterated into "Buyunlai" so delightful, when the old couple slowly came into my sight, I seized the moment of focus.
The cover of the Lonely Planet German chapter, walking on the streets of the Middle Ages, seems to be back to the past!
She is the symbol of Rottenburg. People come and go very busily. There are many small shops on both sides of the street. Especially a shop selling all kinds of sausages. It's very attractive! _____________
Buyunlei in Rottenburg is one of the landmarks in Rottenburg. It is one of the most famous Romantic corners in Rottenburg. The ancient slate road divides here and is Y-shaped. Walking here in the quiet morning or evening, you can feel the romantic feelings of the Middle Ages. Walking on the stone road of the old houses with beautiful traditional wooden frames on both sides makes people think a lot.
Very lovely town, I stayed here for three nights, walking in this town every day is the best leisure time! The lovely old houses and special shops by the roadside always make people linger and forget to go back! ___________
Buyunlai is a beautiful medieval street, both sides of which are wooden houses full of flowers. It feels like a fairy tale town. Every shop has iron art signs with different characteristics on its doorstep. They are very artistic and beautiful.
Weiyunlai in Rotenberg town is a famous scenic spot here. I don't know why it's called. Maybe it's turned over by pronunciation. The attraction is actually a Y-shaped road with a colorful wooden frame house, but like the town, it has a history of several hundred years. The photo from this angle has also been taken on the cover of Lonely Plant.
Very beautiful town, street view is very clever, can slowly stroll for a whole day
The primitive stone paved road forms a Y-shaped shape here, going up all the way, and down the other way. The traffic is still very busy. There are many special shops on both sides of the road. He who sells souvenirs sells everything he eats.
Many people may not know the name of Buyunlei, but when they see the photo, they will send it out. It's originally here. That's right. The cover of Lonely Planet is Buyunlei. Because of this cover, I chose Rottenburg as a stop in my limited vacation. My reason is that since it can represent Germany as the cover, it must be a good place. It's really a beautiful town.