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Guided tours and walks
to the sights of Würzburg
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Tours & Walks
Würzburg Residence / Marienberg Fortress
The Historic Centre of Würzburg
Built by the prince-bishops in Würzburg from 1720 onwards, the Würzburg Residence belongs to the most beautiful buildings from the Baroque period and has also been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1981. You can book a walk through the baroque palace, either on its own or in combination with the Hofgarten. It is also possible to combine this with other guided tours.
Visible from afar, this is the landmark of the city of Würzburg. Beginning in the middle of the 13th century, it remained the seat of the prince-bishops of Würzburg for over 500 years. Once built as a Celtic castle, the fortress is a historical site dating up to the 20th century. You can book a tour of Marienburg Fortress, either on its own or in combination with other guided tours.
Falkenhaus, Neumünster, Würzburg Cathedral and the town hall – these are just a few of the highlights when touring the Franconian city which was which first mentioned in 704 as “Castellum Virteburch”. A tour through the old town of Würzburg is a foray through 1,300 years of history. The walk can be booked on its own or in combination with other offers.
up to 2 hours: 95 €
up to 3 hours: 125 €
up to 5 hours: 170 €
up to 8 hours: 250 €
Each additional hour will be charged with 30 € / per hour.
Group size up to 30 people (max). Larger groups upon request. Entrance fees (for example to the Würzburg Residence) are not included.
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