Florian from Photo Travelers asks in our blog parade about our top attraction Germany. Until last year I would have wavered between the Alps and the Baltic Sea. We really like these regions of Germany. Since this year, however, the choice has been easy for me. Our favorite travel destination in Germany is now neither in the extreme north or south, but in the middle of the country. The Main has particularly impressed us. Here's what we like so much about it:
Our top attraction Germany: the Franconian wine country
We already knew the Main and its surroundings from earlier short trips. This year, however, we took ten days to explore the region between Schweinfurt, Würzburg and Karlstadt in detail to look at. On a second journey we continued along the Main to the region around Miltenberg. That was worth it! We spent a lot of time and were able to look more closely at the small towns along the Main. Lovers of pleasure Regions, as we are, the Franconian wine country offers not only excellent wines and delicious food, but also numerous ways to enjoy it.
Places with beautiful framework
We like places that have grown historically, whose city centers contain many old buildings where you can still see how the people once lived there. In places like Wipfeld, Marktbreit or Ochsenfurt, which lie directly on the Main, it becomes clear, which important role the Main played for the development of the localities. In Miltenberg The well-preserved half-timbered buildings testify to how the warehousing rights helped the place to prosper.
Steillagen ensure wonderful wines
If you like wine, you feel well in the Franconian wine country. Especially along the Mainschleife the vineyards rise steeply and offer ideal growing conditions. The sun ensures that the best wines mature here. If you take your time, you can see how difficult it is to cultivate wine in these locations on a tour through the vineyards. The more you appreciate the products of the winemakers in this region.
Würzburg - the magnificent
A tour through the Franconian wine country is only complete when a visit to Würzburg is on the plan. The city makes this region for us the top attraction Germany. With its impressive Baroque and Rococo buildings as well as the parks and their beautiful location right on the Main. The prosperity of the archbishops is evident everywhere in the city and its surroundings. The Rococo garden in Veitshöchheim Just like the Marien fort over the city of Würzburg and the Residenz in its center.
And what is your top attraction Germany? We are looking forward to your answer in the comments.
Source: own research on site
Text: © Copyright Monika Fuchs, TravelWorldOnline
Photos: © Copyright Monika Fuchs, TravelWorldOnline
Monika Fuchs and Petar Fuchs are the publishers of the Trips to Savor and Slow Travel Blog TravelWorldOnline Traveler , They have been publishing this blog since 2005. TravelWorldOnline is online since 2001.
Their topics are
Monika Fuchs has been working in tourism since 1990. She has been a tour guide on four continents for 17 years and has accompanied high-class trips through North and Central America, Australia, southern Africa and Europe. Since 2001 she has been a writer and photographer for TravelWorldOnline and writes as a freelance journalist for DIE ZEIT Online and travel magazines such as 360 ° Medien, TRIVAGO, Expedia, travador, etc. She also writes travel guides about destinations and enjoyment destinations all over the world. Your guide about Canada's east was released in 2020. Petar Fuchs produced the videos on this blog as well YouTube.
Monika Fuchs from TravelWorldOnline Traveler is at Germany's top 50 bloggers in 2020
TravelWorldOnline Traveler is among the Top 50 German-language travel blogs according to reader charts.
TravelWorldOnline Traveler is among the Top 20 of the most successful German travel blogs according to SEO criteria.
TravelWorldOnline Traveler is among the Top 5 of German Food & Wellness Travel Blogs by popularity among its regular readers.
Find more Information about Monika and Petar Fuchs.