Top Sights in Tauberbischofsheim & Lauda-Königshofen


See Pretty Half-Timbered and Baroque Towns in the Tauber Valley Tauberbischofsheim and Lauda-Königshofen are two small but pretty towns in the Tauber Valley in Germany with half-timbered houses as well as some Baroque façades. Around 735, St Boniface founded a nunnery in Tauberbischofsheim that became important enough to warrant imperial visits in the early years … Read more

Top Sights to See in the Liebliches Taubertal, Germany

Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany

The Romantic Road in the Lovely Sweet Tauber Valley Region Part of Germany’s Romantic Road runs through the Tauber Valley and includes stops at Tauberbischofsheim, Lauda-Königshofen, Bad Mergentheim, Stuppach, Weikersheim, Röttingen, and Creglingen. Liebliches Taubertal (Sweet Tauber Valley) is mostly the area between Wertheim on the Main and Rothenburg ob der Tauber. This area includes … Read more

Top Sights in Bad Mergentheim & Stuppach, Germany

Bad Mergentheim Marktplatz

Spa, Teutonic Order Castle & Stuppacher Madonna in the Tauber Valley Bad Mergentheim in the Taubertal, Germany is famous for its spa, the Teutonic Order (Deutschorden) Castle and Museum, and the Stuppacher Madonna by Matthias Grünewald. Bad Mergentheim in Germany is a prosperous town of close to 23,000 inhabitants. For tourists, it has a dual … Read more

See the Deutschordenschloss in Bad Mergentheim

Schloss Mergentheim Castle and Church

Visit the Teutonic Order Castle in the Tauber Valley, Germany The Teutonic Order had its head offices in the Deutschordenschloss in Bad Mergentheim in the Tauber Valley in Germany from 1525 to 1809. The main sight in Bad Mergentheim is the Deutschordenschloss (Teutonic Order Castle), which dominates the eastern part of the old town. The … Read more

Top Sights in Weikersheim & Röttingen, Germany

Schloss Weikersheim

See the Renaissance Castle, Baroque Palaces, Medieval Walls & Watchtowers Weikersheim is famous for its Renaissance Schloss, Baroque structures, and the Goethe connection. Röttingen has medieval town walls and watchtowers. Weikersheim was first mentioned in 837 when the area was given to the abbot of Fulda. During the 12th century, it came under the control … Read more