Leisure & Activity

Bad Windsheim

Discover the charming old town and take part in guided tours of the town, towers, cellars and night watchmen. Bad Windsheim is considered an innovative spa in Middle Franconia. The wellness and conference center offers a lot of leisure and health activities in a varied, quiet and relaxing environment.

The charming atmosphere of the beautiful town with its spacious spa park and welcoming hosts invites you to stay.
2. February 2021/by gestaltraeume

Franken-Therme Bad Windsheim

Immerse yourself and experience soothing relaxation in our thermal spa landscape, which will enchant you with a "symphony of brine".

Four thermal brine pools with a total water surface of approx. 1,750 m² await you in the indoor and outdoor areas of our bathing halls. The thermal brine pools have different brine concentrations from 1.5% to 12% and temperatures between 32 and 36°C.
2. February 2021/by gestaltraeume


Nuremberg Castle was one of the most important imperial palaces of the Holy Roman Empire in the Middle Ages. Some of the imperial living and representation rooms in the Palas still have paneling from the late Middle Ages and Renaissance.

The exhibition was redesigned in 2013. In the new presentation of the castle, not only the existence and function of the imperial castle are clearly explained in their historical context, but also interesting facts about the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation and the role of Nuremberg in the late Middle Ages are conveyed in an exciting and stimulating way for visitors of all ages.
2. February 2021/by gestaltraeume

Rothenburg ob der Tauber

Encounter a living piece of the past in the medieval old town of Rothenburg! The completely preserved covered city wall, which can be walked on for almost 2 kilometers, is peppered with towers and gates. They were of great importance for the defense of Rothenburg.

In the old town, 46 towers still bear witness to Rothenburg's fortified history. Alone 40 different towers or gate towers line the circular route around the historic old town and tell their story.
2. February 2021/by gestaltraeume


The Würzburg Residence is the main work of southern German baroque architecture and also one of the most important palaces in Europe. As early as 1981, UNESCO included it - as the third building in Germany - in the list of objects belonging to the World Heritage. It was built between 1720 and 1744 according to plans by Balthasar Neumann.

With the Würzburg State Gallery, the Residenz also houses a branch gallery of the Bavarian State Painting Collections dedicated to the great centuries of Venetian painting.
2. February 2021/by gestaltraeume