A true delight to any admirer of the Arts, the charming city of Bayreuth situated in Northern Bavaria on the Red Main river in Germany is a place worth visiting. The musical heritage imbued in this city is emphasized by its beautiful Opera Houses such as the UNESCO recognized Margravial as well as the Festspielhaus, built by classical composer Richard Wagner after finding his own musical inspiration here. Marvel at the Rococo architecture of the Eremitage Bayreuth and its astounding New Palace, not to mention the Temple of the Sun and its luscious gardens. Museums galore also add to the charm of Bayreuth – from history to art, to more quirky subjects – where else in the world can you find a typewriter museum or even a small-poster museum? For culinary enthusiasts, there are regional dishes to try and over 1,000 beers from local breweries; there really is something for everyone! Bayreuth may not be an enormous city, but as Voltaire himself said, ‘once poets and artists went on to Naples, Florence or Ferrara. Today they come to Bayreuth!’. Immerse yourself in this world where art, architecture and music prevail and let your creative spirits flow!