"Experience a journey through time" is the invitation of the Burgenstraße, which leads from Mannheim to Bayreuth and is one of the oldest holiday routes in Germany. About 60 castles and palaces can be admired along the 770-kilometre-long route. There is also a wealth of events to experience - from medieval markets to castle concerts.
In the first months of the new year, numerous highlights on the Castle Road offer the opportunity to welcome the new year - musically with the Baroque Festival "Winter in Schwetzingen", colourful with "Hallia Venezia", or even traditional with the Horse Markets in Heilbronn and Öhringen, or the Town Holiday in Kirchberg an der Jagst. Read more here
The French painter, graphic artist and sculptor Henri Matisse was born 150 years ago. From 27 September 2019 to 19 January 2020, the Kunsthalle Mannheim will present selected works by the pioneer of modernism among his younger contemporaries. Photo: Kunsthalle Mannheim/Daniel Lukac
In the historic Hotel & Restaurant Schwarzer Bock in Ansbach, which is one of the premium partners of Burgenstrasse, the rooms are now presented in a completely new boutique-style. With the variants "Hawk Lure", "Court Garden" and "Margravine", the interior tells stories from the time of the Ansbach Margraves. Learn more
Bloggers tell their travel stories personally, directly and authentically. The Burgenstrasse offers plenty of material for this. An overview of the blogs with experiences and impressions from a visit to the Burgenstrasse can be found here.
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The Castle Road is ideal for caravan trip. The broschure "discovery tours along the Castle Road with the camper" has now been published. It takes caravaning lovers to caravan-sites along the Castle Road and gives suggestions for rest points and shopping facilities, recreational pleasure as well as even for walks with the four-legged friend. Only available in German language, free of charge. Get here »