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A very outstanding red Basilique in the middle of town.
It's already standing there a very, very long time and really is very impressive. Just around the corner there is an old kloster complex which is also very nice to visit. Especially I enjoyed the...More
Don’t forget to visit the Benedictine Cloister next door with its vast fruit and vegetable gardens, they seemed to have been living off the land.
The Kloster cafe is a nice way to finish off, it even has dishes called Benedictine toast, among other lovely...More
Historical abbey with a Museum and a Cafe thereby. Right in front of the building, there a souvenir/ religious shop and bakery that sells fresh bread and can actually see how the traditional wood flour mill works using water to run.
From the side, which...More
Seligenstadt is always wonderful and interesting! We wouldn´t miss spending summertime here. The Basilica is very captivating sight from far either driving your car or in the ferry or just walking or biking. I would recommend everyone to visit here.
When you get off the ferry turn left and head through the gardens. It was below freezing today, so we did a quick tour and I was very impressed with how well kept the gardens were - they even had gardeners out there in the...More
Wonderful tour with my friend, a local, around the abbey and the gardens. Very much enjoyed the medicinal/pharmaceutical gardens all neatly laid out with the color coded markers and names in latin and german. Very peaceful, nice place for a stroll after a meal, inspiring...More
Tradition, very beautiful buildings. If you want to eat real bread, domestic, as in ancient times in the courtyard is an old bakery. Bread does not dry quickly and does not curled. Bakery works once a week. Have a nice day.
We spent an afternoon wondering through the gardens of the Abbey. The variety of apples, pears and plums as well as flowers were so interesting as well as beautiful to enjoy. The fresh bread that was sold in the afternoon was so worth the wait.