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The old walls of the city reflect the 800 year history of a city that survived many attacks and besieges.
The city is stunning in its old houses so fantastically restored.
Can spend a whole day here. Parking around the city is free and hotels...More
I've been in and out of Germany for many years, and I've visited the "high points" numerous times. Dinkelsbuhl is a wonderful, relaxing, medieval town to visit without having to fight the crowds. Many of the same kind of shops as in Rothenburg, but the...More
Dinkelsbühl is extremely picturesque with most of its old buildings intact. We stayed here for one night on our way to Italy. Nice little old town center, pedestrian-friendly. Plenty of restaurants, cafes and hotels but not as touristy as for example Rothenburg. Large ring wall...More
Great little town. Find a overview at trinlifelifter.com we went for their annual festival and enjoy the medical theme. Everyone was in great spirits and the celebration did not disappoint follow the bold and click on travel for pictures and descriptions. TrinLifeLifter.com
Dinkelsbuhl may not be as well known as its neighbour Rothenburg, but the town centre is equally beautiful and easier to walk around. The walls are intact (although you cannot walk on top as you can at Rothenburg). But there are lovely walks all around...More
We were on our way to Rothenburg but stopped to check out this town first. we became so enamored by it that we unfortunately had to cut our visit to Rothenburg short. It was just so pleasant walking the streets of this small walled city...More