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Weilburg is a town almost entirely encircled by the Lahn river and is famous for its 16th century castle and former residence of the dukes of Nassau-Weilburg and later the grand dukes of Luxembourg.
There are many things you can do here. We suggest to explore its famous Castle Weilburg first. This was built in the 14th century and later was extensively rebuilt in the 16th and 18th century. The core of the castle is counted to one of the best preserved Renaissance style castles in Hesse.
Other things of interest:
- Equally interesting is the protestant Schlosskirche from the early 18th century
- All over Weilburg, you can look at the half timbered houses from the 16th - 19th centuries located within Weilburg's historic old-town
- The Neptunbrunnen (Well of Neptune) form 1709.
- The Kalvarienberg and the chapel on the old graveyard.
- One unique thing to look for in Weilburg is the Weilburger Tunnel that separates cars, trains and boats in three adjacent tunnels.
There you have it! Now that you already know how wonderful Weilburg is, then there is no reason for you to miss it. You can give yourself a break from your busy schedule and head on to Weilburg. Enjoy the enchanting place and see the beauty that lies within its history This is an example of what you can do in the Weilburg area while staying in Germany. On the Live Like a German site we collected many more Germany travel guides that were written mostly by local residents or Germany enthusiasts. They provide unique insider travel tips which you can use during you Germany vacation.
This article has been written by Bettina Kraft. She likes to write Germany related travel articles on Live Like a German - a site for exploring Germany, to learn more about its culture / language, and to find great Germany vacation rentals or holiday apartments when going on a Germany vacation. Bettina likes to help visitors from all over the world to experience Germany in a different, more personal way, and make it easy for them to do so by providing detailed travel tips and advise.
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