This little town located on the famous Romantic Road of Bavaria was a pleasant surprise. Having left Rothnenberg to the north, we decided to add this stop on our way back to Munich. We're glad we did. We found it more charming and authentic than Rothenberg, which is a little "too touristy".
We arrived on a Sunday morning as the locals were attending Mass in the local church. Although many of the shops were closed, we wandered throughout the walled town, exploring it's alleys and cobbled streets. Everything was clean and it's ancient buildings seemed well maintained. We also stopped for coffee and pastry in a nice shop next to the ancient church. German pastries are so yummy!
All in all, I liked it better than Rothenberg, less hectic, less touristy, more authentically German.
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