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Laurel Robbins is the founder of Monkeys and Mountains, an adventure travel blog and company that helps people plan their active holidays in a sustainable way. You can find her in the mountains on most weekends.Unless of course you pleaded your case to the Night Watchman, who then contacted city officials to decide your fate for the night.There is also a tour with the Night Watchman offered everyday at . After our tour, we stopped by the Medieval Crime Museum (Mittelalteriches Kriminalmuseum), but unfortunately they just closed the doors as we were about to enter.I am quite happy to wander through a town knowing the gist of the town’s history and on most occasions do not feel the need to know every little detail about every single historic building.Perhaps this is why I enjoyed Rothenburg ob der Tauber so much.
It is located in the town centre within the historic town walls of Rothenburg, surrounded by town gardens and timber-framed houses, about 3 minutes from the market place.On 13 August 1804 Johann Georg Roth bought the brewery at auction and so it went into private hands for the first time.Rothenburg ob der Tauber is 150km northeast of Stuttgart, or 240km northwest of Munich. Besides being a massive church dating back to 1311, it is also famous for the Holy Blood Altar (Heilig Blut Altar) named after a relic, a drop of Christ’s blood, which turned the town into a pilgrimage in medieval times. The nearest city is Nuremberg, just over 100km east of Rothenburg ob der Tauber. As interesting as this is, for me the real highlight of Rothenburg ob der Tauber was the walled town itself and well worth a 150km drive from Stuttgart.Rothenburg ob der Tauber is also famous for Schneeballen – large balls of dough covered in sugar powder.
I like to think of it as the German version of an American donut, but not as tasty and more filling.Despite it being touristy, I still really enjoyed it and Rothenburg ob der Tauber is popular for a reason – it is the best preserved medieval city in all of Germany.The city is not really close to anything so unless you happen to be traveling the Romantic Road, you have to make a bit of an effort to get there, which I personally like.Germany’s best preserved medieval towns and also one of the key attractions along Germany’s famed Romantic Road.The Romantic Road follows a medieval trading route leading through medieval towns and villages and rolling hills landscape peppered with fields and forests.