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Tennenloher Forest

Hills, vales and woods, the Tennenloher Forest is a large, undeveloped area east of Nuremberg and Erlangen. It seems like you could ride or hike for ages! Read More
Filed In: 2017 11 Nov

Saint Michaels Monastery

Michaelsberg Abbey and Cloister was built on one of the seven hills of Bamberg. The church has been closed for repairs since 2016, but you can still get access to the grounds for an expansive view over the old town. Read More
Filed In: 2017 11 Nov

Curvy Street

The town of Bamberg, Germany extends over seven hills, originally planned to be a "Rome of the north". And much of the city is now designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Read More
Filed In: 2017 11 Nov

Bamberg Town Hall

The original town hall (Rathaus) of Bamberg, Germany was built on an artificial island in the Regnitz river. The structure dates from the 1400s. You can catch a nice view of the river and the "little Venice" area from the bridges on either side of the hall. Read More
Filed In: 2017 11 Nov

Bamberg Little Venice

On the Regnitz river in Franconia, Bamberg is well worth a visit. The area in the photo is nicknamed "little Venice" and features 1800s-era fisherman's houses. You can even take a gondola ride up and down the waterfront. Read More
Filed In: 2017 11 Nov

A Red Scooter

A fast and fun way to get around! A little red scooter parked by the wall in Bamberg, Germany. Read More
Filed In: 2017 10 Oct

Sunflowers In Bavaria

A pic from this summer, the sunflower fields in Bavaria. The Free State of Bavaria is an area in southeastern Germany. Visit during August and September for blue skies, hiking and outdoor fun. Read More
Filed In: 2017 10 Oct