Somehow things may not work out as planned with the last few vacations: Last year in fall, Mr. Wallygusto and I were in Franconian Switzerland instead of Japan because of my new job. Sure it was nice, but a Bavarian low mountain range is not a full substitute for a hike on Mount Fuji. And this year we wanted to go to Norway again. But thanks to Corona we made our way to Germany over 3 stages. The focus is less on sightseeing, but on a lot of rest and even more hiking. And we find in the three weeks of our journey through Germany both – and not too scarce. The first stop on the journey is the world heritage city of Bamberg.
Bamberg is a total work of art and represents with about 2.The city with its 400 listed houses and the centuries-old gardener's quarter is one of the largest intact old town ensembles in Europe. The wealth of original buildings from the Middle Ages to the Baroque is overwhelming. The most famous building is the Bamberg Cathedral, one of the former imperial cathedrals. Thanks to this unique historical cityscape, Bamberg was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1993.