An Amberg travel guide with tips
on what to do and see in this Bavarian town.
RIVESIDE: Looking down the River Vils towards the central
St Martin's Church.
A PLACE FOR LOVERS: Amberg's Eh'häusl
could be one of the most romantic buildings
in Germany. To find out why, read the suggested
tour section below.
Archduke Charles of Austria
See the walking tour on a larger map
FRONT DOOR: Amberg's Nabburger Tor was an important entrance to the city.
HEART OF TOWN:The Marktplatz is the oldest,
and usually the busiest, part of Amberg.
VARICOLOURED: A stained glass
window in St Martin's.
LANDMARK: The Stadtbrille is Amberg's best-known structure.
HALLOWED HOUSE: The Fenzl-Haus is one of the nicest buildings in
Amberg's pedestrian street, Georgen Strasse.
PATH TO LOVE: A detail of the mural
on the door of the Eh'häusl.
GOTHIC: St Georg Catholic church is at the western end of the "Egg".
PRESERVED: The base of the Ziegeltor (1581) is gothic, the tower itself renaissance.
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