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Medieval Double Bridge

Leuzenbronner Strasse, Rothenburg, Bavaria, Germany
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Nice feature below the city wall

This morning early we left the city behind and walked down the road to the Double Bridge . A frosty... read more

Reviewed December 26, 2017
roy v
Traralgon, Australia
Amazing bridge

Amazing to see a double bridge that was not built by the Romans. well worth seeing not many... read more

Reviewed September 28, 2017
Southampton, United Kingdom
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Leuzenbronner Strasse, Rothenburg, Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed December 26, 2017

This morning early we left the city behind and walked down the road to the Double Bridge . A frosty morning and the sun was out so a great walk. This bridge is quite unique, no idea why it was built double like it is...More

Thank roy v
Reviewed September 28, 2017

Amazing to see a double bridge that was not built by the Romans. well worth seeing not many examples throughout the world of ancient double bridges.

Thank ye12013
Reviewed September 5, 2017

If ever a firework is announced over Rothenburg walk here and enjoy the fireworks coming straight at you. Great view of the old town from here.

Thank Charles K
Reviewed May 2, 2017

This double stone bridge looks more than a aqueduct from the Romans. It was probably constructed in 1330. The bridge spanned over the river Tauber with a 4 meter wide roadway and a 1 meter wide side walk. In 1791 it was repaired after the...More

3  Thank Ralf K
Reviewed April 19, 2017

The bridge is a beautiful sight, but so is the walk to it. Although the bridge is not anything extravagant, I recommend taking the walk down the hill to see it. Walking past what looked like grapevines, beautiful flowers, and strolling locals, you turn around...More

Thank Eleni B
Reviewed January 31, 2017

Great story from this bridge when the Allied forces negotiated to save the town upon the retreat of the Nazi forces.

2  Thank efsmithassoc
Reviewed December 12, 2016

Going to this bridge does not allow you to see it as well as you can from a distance. I was able to get some great shots from the wall behind the Crime Museum where there is a little lookout on the wall. It is...More

2  Thank jehenson81
Reviewed December 3, 2016

Must see if you love the movie from the 60's. This is where the Potts family left the car after the night of flying to Vulgaria. fun time.

Thank Scott M
Reviewed October 29, 2016

I wandered out of the city one day during my visit to find some trails in the countryside for hiking. I happened upon this bridge, which you can clearly see from the walls of the city or the vineyards so I'm unsure why it was...More

Thank karl w
Reviewed October 23, 2016

Within walking distance of the town walls, but easy to drive to. you can drive across it, but it is best admired by parking beyond the bridge and walking around it. Make it part of your journey into or out of Rothenburg, or as part...More

Thank Juerg D
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