All around the Bärenwirt
Würzburg & Area
The old university town of Würzburg is within sight of Randersacker and is easily accessible along the Main River. Würzburg is just as attractive as a shopping city as it is the centre of many cultural events. The famous Hofgarten, the Juliusspital founded in 1576 and the Marienberg Fortress: always worth a visit.
Walther von der Vogelweide, Tilman Riemenschneider and Balthasar Neumann will meet you on your tour, and the Residenz is considered one of the most important castles in Europe.
A few kilometres away you will discover the Hofgarten in Veitshöchheim, a true gem of Franconian rococo, and the Spessart with its natural beauty is barely half an hour west of the city. So there is a lot to discover here in Franconia.
Built into stone and wine. Randersacker has always been a household name for wine connoisseurs and certainly deserves to be called a “premium wine town”. A 1200-year wine-growing tradition has left its mark everywhere in the village. You will notice it when you walk through the narrow streets with their centuries-old cobblestones or marvel at the magnificent timbered houses with their historic courtyards.
As an ideal starting point for those interested in culture and sports, Randersacker is located directly on the Main River, with many cycling and hiking trails starting right on our doorstep. Würzburg with its numerous sights is only a few minutes away, and the motorways give you quick access to really all directions.
Biking & Hiking
Biking and hiking trails are almost abundant: Randersacker and its beautiful surroundings along the Main River are also known for this. Downstream, you can reach the Main Franconian metropolis of Würzburg via well-maintained paths, and upstream you will come across many small picturesque places that invite you to take a break.
Geography: In and around Randersacker
Cosy, quiet and calm, simply idyllic: our Randersacker location is just as popular with tourists as it is with conference participants. Vineyards, cycling and hiking trails, leisure facilities and sightseeings of our beautiful municipality on the Main: an informative site, take a look.
The cathedral city is only a five-minute drive away. The evening stroll in the city park Glacis is just as worthwhile as the manifold opportunities to visit cultural delicacies.
The picturesque town of Sommerhausen is also only about five minutes’ drive south. A visit is worthwhile not only because of the beautiful, almost enchanted alleyways. Above all, the small shops, exhibitions and classic trades make a visit an experience. A special treat, especially for our little ones, is the nearby wildlife park: www.umweltstation-wildpark.de
Cultural: Sightseeings & Events
As a World Heritage Site, the Residenz is a must-see if you are staying in the area for any length of time. Many international artists such as Balthasar Neumann or Giovanni Battista Tiepolo immortalised themselves in and on the equally gigantic and beautiful building. A walk through the adjacent Residenzgarten is also a dream.
The Würzburg Cathedral is a prominent feature of the cityscape. The venerable building attracts hundreds of visitors every year. In this context, please also note the page www.museum-am-dom.de.
Exhibitions, collections, events: The Kulturspeicher offers plenty for the mind and heart.
A visit to the Mainfränkisches Museum on the fortress hill is always worthwhile. Check the website for opening hours.
The first official event under the name Mozartfest took place from 17 to 26 June 1921, and the tradition has continued until today, with interruptions due to the war. The declared aim of those responsible is to further raise the artistic profile of the district and the city of Würzburg. This is achieved by consistently engaging world-famous orchestras and musicians.
Going Out: Theatres & Cinemas
Not far from the Cinemaxx and next to Würzburg’s Kulturspeicher is the Bockshorn. Founder and owner Mathias Repiscus has already offered comedians like Michael Mittermayer and Ingo Appelt a stage when nobody knew their names nationwide. The greatest cabaret and cabaret artists also perform here. Ticket reservations are essential.
A few minutes’ drive from the Bären is the world’s smallest theatre, famous throughout Europe. After the far too early passing of theatre icon Veit Relin, the venerable house is now under the management of his wife Angelika Relin. The cultural cream of the crop has been attracting visitors from all parts of Germany for decades. Early reservations are a must.
A small theatre with a changing, mostly comedic programme. Usually very entertaining.
Cultural experience at a high level. Würzburg’s municipal theatre can compete with major theatres in terms of its programme and standards.
Multi-award-winning cinema in Ochsenfurt with lots of classics and beautiful niche flicks that have little chance in the blockbuster cinemas.
The cinema chain is also represented in Würzburg. Here you can enjoy the latest blockbusters in pulsating picture and sound quality on several levels and halls. A cosy lounge invites you to linger, chat or enjoy an evening cocktail.
The Mainfrankenpark is a small adventure park, mainly for younger people. However, the latest flicks from Hollywood and other film strongholds attract every age group to the Cineworld located there.
Nice portal page. Nice gimmick here: For example, you can click on “Programme” under “Cinema” and get a bite-sized overview of everything that’s on at any given time, regardless of the house.
Main-Franconia has become known and popular above all for its unique wines. The site condenses informative and interesting facts, not only on the subject of “vino”.
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