Historic towns and beautiful sights

Excursions in the region

Feuchtwangen is on the Romantic Road, Germany's oldest and most popular holiday route. It is also part of the Romantic Franconia holiday region. The neighbouring towns of Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Dinkelsbühl, Schillingsfürst, Ansbach and the picturesque villages in the surrounding area ensure many wonderful adventures on a discovery tour.

The Franconian Lake District with Lake Altmühlsee and Lake Brombachsee is not far from Feuchtwangen. If you are interested in gardens, then Dennenlohe Castle is just the place for you. Also not far away is the Limeseum (Roman Museum) in Ruffenhofen.

Germany's most popular and oldest holiday route

Romantic Road

The name Romantic Road expresses what many guests feel when they see the medieval towns or the dreamlike Neuschwanstein Castle. The Romantic Road takes visitors on a journey of Western history, art and culture, from Würzburg to Füssen.

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From Frankenhöhe Nature Park to the Romantic Road

Romantic Franconia

Characterised by the beauty of the Frankenhöhe Nature Park and Hesselberg mountain landscapes and historically shaped by the former free imperial cities and margravial rule, Romantic Franconia is a wonderful holiday region with many highlights.

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Altmühlsee, Brombachsee and Rothsee

Franconian Lake District

From swimming fun to water sports, from enjoying nature to festival culture, the Franconian Lake District offers unforgettable holiday adventures - in a diverse cultural landscape with seven lakes to explore.

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Our neighbours

Hohenlohe and Schwaebisch Hall

The Hohenloher Land region is shaped by the rivers Kocher, Jagst and Bühler, which characterise the landscape. The river valleys are ideal for cycling and hiking. And on the higher ground you can see magnificent castles. Half-timbered towns such as the saltworks town of Schwäbisch Hall offer gusts an opportunity to visit local museums, attend open-air performances on the steps of St Michael’s Church (Großen Treppe) or enjoy a stroll through the historic town.

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