Würzburg private walking tour
- Discover the rich history of this charming city
- Enjoy a stroll through the medieval Old Town
- See the main sights of Würzburg with a private guide
Halfway between Frankfurt and Nuremberg and easily overlooked by bigger Bavarian cities, this jewel on the Main River is home to the country’s most important wine regions and vineyards and boast a wide variety of monumental landmarks such as the massive Marienberg Fortress that overlooks the river valley, the Falkenhaus with its Rococo facade and the gothic Marienkapelle (Chapel of St. Mary).
The Old Town center is ideal for walking tours, here you will discover the UNESCO-listed Residenz, one of Germany's finest baroque buildings, built by the architect Balthasar Neumann in 18th-century as the home of the local prince-bishops. You will see the Market Square, the historic Town Hall, Neumünster church with the Lusamgärtchen, the resting place of the famous medieval German minstrel Walther von der Vogelweide and the Alte Mainbrücke (Old Main River Bridge) that offers a spectacular view of the Marienberg Fortress.
- Private guided tour
- Local guide who will be with your group only
- Entrance fees
Turmgasse 11, 97070 Würzburg, Germany
Meet your guide at the Congress Centrum in Turmgasse 11
- Please arrange the meeting time directly with the local operator. You can find their contact information in the voucher after booking
- Private tour for groups of 1-25 people
- Every day
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