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Treasured Sights of Dinkelsbuehl

The former Imperial Town of Dinkelsbühl, with its distinctive townscape, lies in the idyllic Wörnitz Valley. Dinkelsbühl’s perfectly preserved town walls and magnificent patrician houses, which include the "Hezelhof" and the "Deutsches Haus", are a reminder of Dinkelsbühl’s glorious era in the 15th and 16th century. Dinkelsbühl’s industrious craftsmen and flourishing trading activities enhanced its wealth, with the town’s fortifications and 16 towers providing protection from attack. St. George’s Minster, one of the most beautiful hall churches in Germany, was built at the intersection of the old trade routes. Artists discovered the picturesque nooks, crannies and alleyways of the old town in the last century and now visitors from all over the world flock to the medieval town to get a taste of its vibrant ambiance.

Join our walking tour to the most picturesque places !

St. Georg's Minster
St. Georg's Minster
Almshouse (Spital)
Almshouse (Spital)
Rothenburg Gate
Rothenburg Gate
Debtors' Prison & Park Caretaker's Lodge
Debtors' Prison & Park Caretaker's Lodge
Corn Storehouse next to the Old Yard
Corn Storehouse next to the Old Yard
Corn Storehouse / Youth Hostel
Corn Storehouse / Youth Hostel
Chapel Three Kings
Chapel Three Kings
Segringer Gate
Segringer Gate
House of the Teutonic Order
House of the Teutonic Order
Nördlingen Gate and Town Mill
Nördlingen Gate and Town Mill
Bäuerlin Tower
Bäuerlin Tower
Wörnitz Gate
Wörnitz Gate
Old Town Hall (Altes Rathaus)
Old Town Hall
Carmelite Monastery
Carmelite Monastery
Wine Market
Wine Market
Hezelhof
Hezelhof
New Town Hall (Rathaus)
New Town Hall (Rathaus)