Yesterday we drove to Rothenburg ob der Tauber.

It was rainy and cold, but we braved it to show our kids this cool city.

The town center still has it’s medival town wall standing around it. You can walk on that wall.

We had a great time. You can see lots more picture on my facebook.


Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

21 Responses to “Rothenburg ob der Tauber”

  1. Oh that looks so cool! Love the old towne feel…fabulous picture Beate!

  2. Oh I love Rothenburg. Every time I’ve been to Germany, my brother took us there. I love taking pictures on the wall and I LOVE the huge Christmas store there!

  3. Oh one of my fav places!! I have fond memories of this wonderful place! Thanks for sharing your trip!

  4. Please share lots of pictures on this blog as I don’t have facebook. I would love to see more. We were in Germany 2 years ago and loved it. Thanks! and have a great time with your family.

  5. Wow! They still have a medival wall? Wow!! Thanks again Beate. I’m enjoying the tour with your family & the history too.

  6. It looks incredible, Beate!! So glad you’re having a wonderful time!!

  7. I love this place..Went there a few years back…So much history..Enjoy! 🙂 & Have Fun!

  8. Love the pics, Beate!! Makes me miss Germany!

  9. I LOVE Rothenburg! I went there many times when I lived in Germany! Did you visit the Torture Museum? Ha ha. 🙂

  10. Beate,
    These pix are so wonderful! I am an avid reader who isn’t well travelled. I live in Colorado so none of our buildings are more than 100 years old. Thank you for bringing history to life!
    This is one reason I love the internet so much!


  11. Rothenburg is a fabulous place, I have very fond memories of going there with my parents and brother when I was a child. Loved the wall especially, it’s just amazing it is so complete!
    Enjoy the rest of your holiday!

  12. very cool, have enjoyed your trip pictures!

  13. WOW Beate, that is one amazing photo! I am sure it was more magical in real life! THanks for sharing your holiday with us, it is very exciting to see what you have been up to! Take care
    Love keesh x

  14. That would make a great scrapbook page… Gorgeous picture! The fortification reminds me a lot of the one in Quebec City. The roofs aren’t orange in the Old Quebec, though.

    I hope you are having a great time despite the cold!

    Cindy 🙂

  15. Great picture Beate, my family and I visited Germany last June for a month, what a beautiful country, we loved all of the walled cities. Enjoy your travels and post more pictures!

  16. I just LOVE this town!! I actually spent two nights there with some friends in early December 20 years ago and just loved it!!! The big clock in the town square, the story about the master builder committing suicide as the junior apprentice’s steeple on the church was better than his, the Christmas booths were set up in the plaza so you could stroll through and best of all the Christmas store!! Every day we were in there I’d find something new and we spent a LOT of time in that store. Still have some of the Christmas decorations I bought there along with the nutcracker I named Rothenberg 🙂 Thanks for the walk down memory lane!! Sorry the weather isn’t cooperating too much, but I’m sure it’s just wonderful being there and visiting family and sights. Enjoy 🙂

  17. It looks so so so beautiful there. ENJOY

  18. Beate, da kriege ich ja so richtig Heimweih! Trau mir gar nicht die anderen Bilder anzugucken.

  19. I’ve been there!!! I did walk on that wall! I was in Germany for five weeks, 14 years ago. It was so pretty!

  20. I loved this city when we visited Germany. It has been so much fun to look at your pics and see some of the places I’ve been too, oh so many years ago.

  21. Our family spent time here, too, back in 1992 … a truly beautiful part of the world!

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