Vacation Apartment in Bad Windsheim - 538 sqft, historic, central, comfortable (# 4120)

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  • Apartment
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: Apt. / Condo

Vacation Apartment in Bad Windsheim - 538 sqft, historic, central, comfortable (# 4120)

Historic flair in a lovingly refurbished building from 1754. It is in a central location in Ickelheim which has been a national winner of the competition "Our village is beautiful" was. Enjoy the Frankish hilly landscape with orchards, vineyards and vast forests and is nearby the world famous Rothenburg ob der Tauber., key advantages: historic, central, comfortable, 1 living/family room, , fully equipped kitchen, upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is located near the edge of the village, Walking distance into downtown Bad Windsheim is only 2 minutes, Equipment:

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Vacation Apartment in Bad Windsheim - 538 sqft, historic, central, comfortable (# 4120)
Bad Windsheim, Bavaria, Germany

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Ickelheim has 3 taverns with Franconian cuisine and snacks, a butcher and a small corner shop with in-house bakery (there are fresh rolls from 6.30 clock). Everything is within walking distance of 3-5 minutes. For children there is a huge playground.
Discover Bad Windsheim and local activities:
* Only 5 km away in Bad Windsheim, there are numerous grocery stores, ice cream parlors, cafes and nice restaurants with beer gardens (Franconian cuisine, Italian, Greek, Chinese, are also often used by the resident U.S. soldiers).
* Sports in Ickelheim: tennis, hiking, biking
* Bad Windsheim: 18-hole golf course, equestrian club, tennis, swimming pool
* Obernzenn: Freizeitsee
Things to do:
* Day 1: Visit the historic town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber and the lovely Tauber valley, may stop for a guided tour in Weikersheim or in Bad Mergentheim
* Day 2: Bad Windsheim visit the Franconian Open Air Museum, guided tour, visit the Frankentherme with the unique salt lake, large sauna and a large spa area. Spa Park, Grenadierwerk (especially good for asthmatics), water contact, climbing
* Day 3: Drive to the city of Würzburg, strolling and shopping in the city center, tour of the Feste Marienberg with stunning views of the city, the river Main and the vineyards
* Day 4: Drive to Nuremberg visit the historic city of Nuremberg, Burg, Dürerhaus, shopping, Nuremberg Zoo, and of course Reichsparteitagsgelände in Nuremberg sausages with sauerkraut or Weckla or knuckle of pork with sauerkraut, Nuremberg gingerbread
* Day 5: Drive to Bamberg: Visit the old town, Bamberger Dom, Klein Venedig, to conclude a good snack in the beer garden Nürnberger Lebkuchen
* Day 6: Drive to the Franconian Lake District, e.g. Rothsee (known by the former Ironman Triathlon) or Brombachsee (excursion boat)
Excursions with children:
* Visit the Playmobil Fun Parks in Stein near Nuremberg
* Petting zoo with a large playground in Sommerhausen, located right in the vineyards (near Wuerzburg / Ochsenfurt)
* Amusement Park Geiselwind
* Amusement Park Schloss Thurn
* Climbing Park in Rothenburg ob der Tauber
* Bathing in warm weather on the upper Zenner lake, skate park
* Recreation / leisure pools in Herzogenaurach, Stein and Fuerth
* Mini golf course in Bad Windsheim Burgbernheim
* Summer toboggan run and mini-golf course in Vestenbergsgreuth
* Nuremberg Zoo
* Experiences for the senses, Nuremberg
More travel info about Bad Windsheim: Bad Windsheim, Bavaria, is situated near Nuremburg and Rothenburg ob der Taube. It is a very old town, dating back to 741 AD. Today the town is primarily known for its health spa. The first spa in Bad Windsheim was established in the 1890s, and the modern spa offers a rich array of modern amenities and services. The other notable institution in Bad Windsheim is an open-air museum about farming culture, which offers special programs including living history demonstrations. The museum also has archaeological exhibitions that interpret the region's settlement culture, including the reconstruction of a multi-storied mausoleum that belonged to a medieval noblewoman complete with a wagon, jewelry, household implements, and clothing. Plays, literary readings, and comprehensive educational programs for both amateurs and professionals also take place on the museum site. Bad Windsheim is noted for its lovely half-timbered buildings. Specific sites to visit while visiting here include the 1770s town hall, the apothecary shop (1717), the archaeological windows inset into the pavement showing graves from the 700s to the 1100s and a fountain from the 1400s, and a 30-hectare park. Make sure to take the time to enjoy a glass of whine at the Weinstube dating from the 1330s. The Swedish king Gustavus Adolphus supposedly frequented this wine cellar when he was here in 1632. There are so many lovely places to visit in Bavaria that it is hard to just pick a couple as possible day trips. A train trip to Nuremburg only takes one hour, so this is one logical destination. Also, Rothenburg ob der Taube is only a short 15-mile jaunt away.



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