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Walk from the Schloss of Marburg through the houses those built in 15th or 16th century. The narrow street between the houses is so beautiful. Every house have different beatifulity . On the Markplatz , you can find different restaurants, cafes. You must go and...More
Visited with an city guide. Came to know many things about the history of the city. Amazing to see toooo old buildings looking like new buildings... The place is surrounded the market so can buy many things of daily life.
I do recommend visit official tours from Tourist Office (Brothers Grimm), unfortunately provided only April-October (last Sunday of the Month).
it was great to see all places depicted and described in their books. And also the guide could tell you lots of stories about towns...More
It is amazing to see this building still functioning. It is a piece of history to cherish and conserve. The clock at the front is beautiful. Marburg is a beautiful university town with lots of nice shops, restorants and pubs.
The town hall is the focus of Markt-Platz, the main medieval attraction in Marburg, a kind of open-air museum. Surroundings match - I mean the monument to the Duchess Sophia of Brabant who proclaimed Marburg the capital of the Hesse landgraviate (though it happened three...More
I stopped in this lovely market square for a break half way up to the castle and had lunch with a great view of the Rathaus. This is also a stop for the local bus that took me up the steep incline to the castle....More
Marburg is an university town, about an hour train from Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof. The town's information center is 20-25 min. walk from station. Go straight on Bahnhofstrasse to the T then turn left, straight to the next T, turn left again on Elizabethstrsse. Walk straight follow...More