Wuerzburg is a vibrant city with both a modern urban centre and an old town. Here you’ll find some fabulous walking trails where you can explore the most popular sights in the city. The town hall, the Kiliansdom and many other magnificent buildings are located at the heart of the city and are open to the public. You can also take a wander down one of the many alleys or side streets. Before you hop back on your coach, you can visit the downtown area of Wuerzburg and dine in one of the many restaurants or perhaps treat yourself to a shopping spree in one of the many shopping districts!
Things to do in Würzburg
The Wuerzburg Residenz, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located on the edge of the town. It was built in the 18th Century by Balthasar Neumann and is only a short walk from the city centre. Wuerzburg is also home to countless parks and gardens which are particularly beautiful in the spring and summer months. Tourists also often visit the “Hofgarten,” the “Fuerstengarten” and the “Landesgartenschaupark”. These are great places to just sit back and relax. Wuerzburg is a great city to do some sightseeing or simply recharge your batteries. Once you’ve seen all there is to see and you’re 100% rested, it’ll be time to hop back on your coach!
Würzburg: Culture & History
Wuerzburg is the sixth largest city in Bavaria and a very cultured one at that. Our coach passengers have the chance to gain an insight into a classic German city with a fascinating past. Wuerzburg has a unique personality which is evident in the architecture throughout the city; Marienberg Fortress, the newly built 16th Century Church at the University of Wuerzburg and the renowned Kaeppele. For relaxation and gourmet dining, Wuerzburg has a vast array of cosy restaurants and cafes. Whether you’re enjoying a weekend away or a longer stay in Wuerzburg, you can be sure that the coach journey is worth the time!
Nightlife in Würzburg
Night owls will feel right at home in this city if they take a coach to Wuerzburg. The University town is well-known for its vibrant night life. During term time, the students of the town flock to the cities bustling clubs and buzzing bars. You can enjoy a drink or two in one of Wuerzburg’s many pubs and/or bars, or perhaps go one further and spend the night in one of its clubs. One of the city’s most popular clubs is the “Airport” which was opened in 1983. You can really enjoy a fantastic night out in this city.
Interesting facts about Würzburg
The Killiani Folk Festival, known by Wuerzburg’s inhabitants as “Mess,” is one of the biggest festivals in the area and is held every year in July. The history of the annual two-week-long festival dates back almost a whole millennium. Those who take their bus travel to Wuerzburg during the time of the festival can look forward to an impressive firework display, a fairground with many rides, and a variety of different food stalls. There are of course beer tents, which set the mood for an evening at the Killiani Folk Festival.
Explore the surrounding areas of Würzburg
The Marienberg Fortress lies on the left bank of the Main River in Wuerzburg. Some parts of the Fortress are more than 1,200 years old. You can see these by walking on the bridge which is in an impressively well kept condition. The Fortress is not just for history enthusiasts, but it is often one of the main reasons why those interested in natural history will visit Wuerzburg. In addition to the two museums that can be found inside the fortress, there is also a beautiful green area surrounding the Fortress that our bus travelers can enjoy.
Your Bus Stops in Würzburg
Please note that there are 2 bus stops in Würzburg
Bussteig 1297080 Würzburg
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