14 Medieval Towns and Cities in Germany

Germany is one of Europe’s most incredible travel destinations. The country is home to over 80 million people and is the second most populated country in Europe.

The country is home to various medieval towns, each offering a fascinating insight into its European history.

You can see medieval architecture in larger German cities, like its capital, Berlin, and Hamburg, as well as the various smaller Medieval towns we’ll feature here.

Rothenburg Ob Der Tauber

It is one of Germany’s finest medieval towns, and here you can find medieval streets, buildings, and churches.



Goslar is a medieval German town, home to various UNESCO World Heritage sites and hugely popular tourist attractions.



You will find Miltenberg in the Lower Franconia area of Bavaria. Although it is a small medieval town of 9,000 people it is well worth the visit.



Tübingen’s most famous attraction is Market Square because of the incredible old architecture. It offers an eclectic mixture of modern-shops, restaurants, and bookstores.



Regensburg is in Eastern Bavaria and it’s famous for the preservation of its medieval core.


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