Aktiv & Vital Gesundheits-und WellnesszentrumMiddle Franconia,Germany
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Rothenburg ob der Ta Weather
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Market Square, fairy tale town showcases the history of the window
in the market square in Rothenburg, the main building that can be seen is the town hall and the city council pub. If you come to the head, the most unfortunate thing is that every day from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, from 8:00 to 10:00 every hour, the small window will open the story of "massive drinkers save the city". Although these are just legends, if you come to Rothenburg, you will probably be like us, and really believe that these stories have happened. The
square is surrounded by the cold winds from all sides, and it is shivering in the center. Although we did not meet the market in Rothenburg in the market square, we listened to the sound of nature from Rothenburg. On the same day, the orchestra playing in the square saw the cold wind as nothing, and many people were soaked in their own performances with their thin faces, and this attitude towards art was awe-inspiring.
At night, the parade around the city is the tradition of Rothenburg since the Middle Ages and one of the most anticipated events in the market square. Now in a certain period of time, starting at 8 o'clock every night, the husband wears a black robe, holds a long axe, carries a candle, and cruises on a certain route. Visitors can travel. The medieval feeling of
Rothenburg is reflected in the tradition of the still-keeping night watchman. Just now there are more tourists, the patrol will bring some performances, and the night watcher will use his swaying drama to spit out his professional and professional tools, and then take you all the way along the Municipal Plaza to travel through the towns main attractions, all the way. It tells the story of the town from the Middle Ages, during the Seven Years' War, and the revival of World War II, which was almost flattened and eventually funded by people around the world. After listening, I can have a deeper understanding of the historical background of the city, and I can feel the beauty of the present.
There is a suggestion to watch the night watchers. There are a lot of people watching the patrols. It is felt that the tourists who did not see them during the day gathered at night. The night watchman just appeared and chilled with everyone, and indicated that he could take a photo with him. But it is only limited to a few people around him. He can't take photos with everyone indefinitely and delay the patrol time.
Time: Mid-March--January 5th, at 8pm, is an English-speaking guide. At 9:30, it is a German guide.
Christmas to New Year's Day, Germany is also a good place to go to the Christmas market in Rothenburg. This Christmas market is a rare Christmas market in Germany, and the Christmas decorations and art that are sold are unimaginable. Even when I saw this literary shop, people often screamed. The little things in the market are beautiful but very expensive, and a small bell hanging on the Christmas tree costs 25 euros. What's more, the goods inside are actually divided into series. There are ceramic reindeer series, snowman series with silver powder, and puppet series made of iron. Its really hard to choose. Repeatedly entangled and limited budget, I really like it but can't buy it.
Germany, it was really a good weather, unexpectedly sunny, sunny and sunny. The four of us are going to find a shade to start our picnic. When I walked to the city wall, I was shocked by the quaint temperament here. The scenery and temperament of the city wall is different from the towns that have just passed. One is colorful and fresh, and the other is historical and ancient. We found a big tree, laid out the tablecloth, and started our happy picnic. I drank my favorite cola and ate sandwiches and apple cakes made in the morning. This kind of comfortable life makes me want to live here.
Traveling to South Germany, there is a famous tour route, which is the road to fairy tales. Rothenburg on the high hills on the eastern bank of the Tauber River, a tributary to the south of the Rhine, is the jewel of this road. Most towns in Germany have been baptized by war. Rothenburg is no exception. The strong Rothenburg people used a watt and a stone to completely rebuild the town as it was, a nirvana. Through the gates of the castle, every lane here leads to the market square, looking at the window sills filled with flowers, the blue stone road, the slow carriage, and the towers and church spires that you can see at random. People feel that time has reversed and they have stunned their youth.