Guided Walking Tour Würzburg and Visit the Veste in Coburg
The Würzburg Residence is among the oldest buildings in Germany. On a guided walking tour, pass many of the sights important to the city's history: the Falkenhaus with its rococo facade, the gothic Chapel of St. Mary, the Market Square, the historic Town Hall, Neumünster church and the Alte Mainbrücke with a marvelous view of the Fortress Marienberg. Visit the Residence itself, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, designed by Balthasar Neumann and built from 1720 through 1744. It is considered one of the most important palaces in Europe. The ceiling frescoes above the grand staircase and in the impressive Imperial Hall by the Venetian artist Giovanni Battista Tiepolo are world-famous. In the afternoon, travel to Coburg for a visit of the Veste, the fortress where Martin Luther took refuge and lived during the Peace of Augsburg. The tour includes a visit to the Ducal Palace with its living apartments, the Luther Chapel, the wood-paneled Intasian Hunting Room, the Old German Art Collection, the Banqueting Hall, and Luther's Rooms. Dinner and overnight in Bayreuth.
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