The town of Schwarzenbach is a wonderful place for relaxation and recreation. Its location between the Frankenwald forest and the Fichtelgebirge mountains makes it an ideal starting point for walks or bicycle rides. A mountain bike network even starts in Schwarzenbach. Cyclists can choose the track along the Saale river leading to the Untreusee lake (from lake to lake) or a longer route lasting several days. Excellent cycle routes of all grades are readily available in the Schwarzenbach area.
Walkers can enjoy a long tour around the Förmitztalsperre (reservoir). In summer, this body of water is ideal for swimming, diving, surfing and angling. A detour to the village of Hallerstein is also worthwhile. The village has its own circular route starting at the “Hallersteiner Haisla” inn. Further information can be obtained from the local authority.
The Erika Fuchs-Haus Museum of Comic and language Arts pays tribute to the life and work of the great Disney translator and presents her work in the overall context in the art of forming comic. Original objects like manuscripts, typewriter and notebook give an overview of Erika Fuchs working environment. Interactive stations invite you to experience yourself the art of language recreation.
Rehau is surrounded from a landscape by natural and covered with alders and willows streams, meadows and arable plains and wide forest belt, which is connected to the great forests of the Fichtelgebirge.
Hof is at the top of Bavaria. This endearing town on the River Saale, is set amid magnificent countryside between the Franconian Forest and the Fichtelgebirge mountains in a tranquil environment guaranteeing peace and quiet as well as a chance to escape from the everyday stress at work .
Situated on the edge of the old town, visitors will discover an exciting play in the theater of Hof, with about twenty productions each season from the fields of opera, musical, operetta, drama, ballet, children's and youth theater. In 1949 the theater of Hof was refounded as city's official theater, in 1994 related to the new building.
Popularized mainly by regular TV productions of the major networks attracted, so far about 250 events annually around 300,000 visitors to the Freedom Hall court. Numerous major events, concerts and TV shows, such as "Wetten dass?" or "Candid Camera", further contributed to the name of the hall within Germany and beyond national borders.
Porcelains from Selb can be found on all the tables around the world. But here you can not only admire them, but also buy them much cheaper! You also have the opportunity to be updated for the current trends in one of the shops in the downtown area.
The former Margravial residence is today world famous for the annual Richard Wagner Festival. The largest city in Upper Franconia is a modern university and conference town, has a strong economy and is well on its way to becoming the high-tech centre of the region. Bayreuth's sights, museums and broad choice of cultural activities provide visitors a range of attractions all year round.
The old imperial and episcopal city of Bamberg is one of the most beautiful cities of Germany. The "thousand years of art" of Bamberg's Old Town was included on 1993 in the UNESCO list of World Heritage. Locals and tourists appreciate the high quality of life and the natural beauty. The rivers are a real treasure for all kinds of recreational outings. Bamberg also has abundant deals on Arts & Culture, Tourism & holidays and sports & leisure.