Our little tour leads us to the old town – to the Römerberg, the square in front of the Town Hall.
From the main train station take the U4 (can be found in the lower level of the station) Direction Enkheim and climbs to the stop „DOM/Römer“ from.
He was formerly site of knights tournaments and fairs. Today, the Christmas market is held here. The timber-frame houses that you can see are reconstructed. You are been hit by bombs during the second world war.
The Town Hall, called"Roman"is the seat of the head of the city and of the registry office. The three gable façade is since 1405 ruled. The Imperial Hall, the established on Coronation banquets of German Emperor, exists since 1612. Today there are u.a. Portraits by 52 German Emperors. You will find the entrance to the Emperor's Hall in Limpurger Street. Cost: 2 €
Monday - Sunday: 10 – 13 Watch and 14 – 17 Watch
Cross the road right by the Romans (you're right, If you see an internationally known coffee company with green logo on the other side of the road). You can see even the right hand St. Paul's Church.
An important place in German history! 1848/49 the first German National Assembly gathered here, to discuss reunification and democracy - the basis for the first Liberal Constitution of in Germany. On the ground floor there is an exhibition on this topic.
On the first floor you will find the Chamber.
Monday - Sunday: 10-17 Watch
Behind St. Paul's Church is also a stop for sightseeing buses. If someone would like to see some more of the city, as old town and city centre ;-)
P.S. Around the Roman Hill you can eat super ice!
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