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Cycle Tour Bamberg - Bernburg - Münster

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Added on 03 Mar 2013,

on 03 Mar 2013

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HeinzM & biroto-Contributors

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Start location

Bamberg, Bayern, DE (243 m NHN)

End location

Münster, Nordrhein-Westfalen, DE (62 m NHN)

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0,9 km
243 m


DE-96049 Bamberg




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0,8 km
227 m

DE-96047 Bamberg


Old town/World heritage site

View of the old town of Bamberg
View of the old town of Bamberg
Bamberg, Cathedral
Bamberg, Cathedral
Bamberg, Old townhall
Bamberg, Old townhall
Bamberg, Dominikanerstraße
Bamberg, Dominikanerstraße

Bamberg is in Upper Franconia. The town has slightly over 70,000 residents. For its historical architecture and preserved heritage, the whole town of Bamberg is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list. It is a great place to see South German baroque architecture.


Bamberg can trace its history to a first mention in the year 902. Its main claim to fame is being the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Bamberg, which was established in 1007 and consequently the Bamberger Dom cathedral. It was a staunchly Catholic town through the Reformation under the rule of cuius regio eius religio (roughly, "the ruler decides the faith") and remains more Catholic than the rest of Franconia to this day. Bamberg is said to have been built on seven hills and thus it sometimes calls itself "Franconian Rome", though whether the hills were conveniently counted to get to seven is anybody's guess. While the city had lost much of its relevance and influence by the 20th century, that was a blessing in disguise as it meant being spared the bombardments of World War II and surviving the war with much of the architectural heritage intact.


  • Bamberger Dom (Bamberg Cathedral), Bamberger Dom. contains the intruiging Bamberg Rider sculpture. No one knows for sure who the young royal rider is. Wikipedia Icon 
  • Kloster Michelsberg (Michaelsberg Abbey). Wikipedia Icon 
  • Altes Rathaus (old town hall). is perched in the middle of a bridge above the Regnitz River and is a must-see.  
  • Alte Hofhaltung.  
  • Neue Residenz.  
  • Bamberg State Library (Staatsbibliothek Bamberg), Neue Residenz, Domplatz 8. Temporary exhibition of rare books and manuscripts. Free of charge. Wikipedia Icon 

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Wikivoyage contributors, 'Bamberg', Wikivoyage, The FREE worldwide travel guide that anyone can edit, 18 January 2021, 23:13 UTC, Wikivoyage Icon [accessed 20 May 2021]

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0,1 km
237 m


DE-96052 Bamberg


Boardinghouse / guest house


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0,2 km
233 m


DE-96052 Bamberg


Hotel without restaurant (garni)


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0,8 km
225 m


DE-96047 Bamberg


Tourist information

Hours of opening

Montag bis Freitag: 9.30-18 Uhr
Samstag: 9.30-15 Uhr
Sonn- und Feiertage: 9.30-14.00 Uhr





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