Explore Rothenburg ob der Tauber in a private and guided walking tour.
Rothenburg ob der Tauber (meaning ”above the Tauber River”) is known as the perfect German fairy tale town. Enter its magic world and travel back in time to the Middle Ages. You'll also find out more about the city’s history and learn more about its tremendous importance in the Middle Ages when it was a free imperial city.
Stroll through the city and marvel at its web of cobbled lanes and the 14th-century defensive wall. Stop at the center of urban life, the Market Square, and admire the 50m high Town Hall Tower. See the Councillor’s Tavern and the St. George’s Fountain. Don’t miss the Master-Builder's House, one of the “loveliest renaissance houses in Rothenburg” and marvel at its stone sculptures with the seven virtues and seven deadly sins. Pass the famous Plönlein (Flat Square), a road crossing found in all travel books of Germany, and that is very present in pop culture. See the only protestant church in the roman-catholic city called “Church of St. James” where the painting “The Last Supper”, a masterpiece of Tilman Riemenschneider, is hanging.