The Romantic Road Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Romantic Road - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Augustinerkirche

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This baroque church, a work by Balthasar Neumann, was built onto a 13th-century Dominican chapel. Neumann retained the soaring, graceful...

Dom St. Kilian

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Construction on Würzburg's Romanesque cathedral, the fourth-largest of its kind in Germany, began in 1045. Centuries of design are contained...

Dom St. Maria

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Augsburg's cathedral contains the oldest cycle of stained glass in central Europe and five important paintings by Hans Holbein the Elder,...

Herrgottskirche

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This chapel was built by the counts of Hohenlohe on the exact spot where a farmer in the 14th century had a religious vision, and in...

Kloster St. Mang

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This baroque masterpiece dates back to the 8th century, when city patron Magnus, who spent most of his life ministering in the area,...

Marienkapelle

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This tranquil Gothic church (1377–1480) that stands modestly away at one end of Würzburg's market square is almost lost among the...

Münster

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Ulm's Münster, built by the citizens of their own initiative, is the largest evangelical church in Germany and one of the most elaborately...

Münster St. Georg

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Dinkelsbühl's main church is the standout sight in town. At 235 feet long it's large enough to be a cathedral, and is among the best...

Neumünster

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Next to the Dom St. Kilian, this 11th-century Romanesque basilica was completed in 1716. The original church was built above the grave...

St. Anna-Kirche

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This site was formerly part of a Carmelite monastery, where Martin Luther stayed in 1518 during his meetings with Cardinal Cajetanus,...

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