Are you planning a trip to visit the cities of Bavaria? Are you looking for top attractions in Bayreuth? Here you find all the places of interest in Bayreuth.
You should not miss to visit the following 5 places of interest in the largest city of upper Franconia.
Stage set for Richard Wagner
When you think of Bayreuth, you think of Richard Wagner. His life and works in Bayreuth have left many traces, which attract many visitors each year.
Stage set for Margravine Wilhelmine
Margravine Wilhelmine of Bayreuth, sister of Friederich the Great, together with her husband margrave Friederich, shaped Bayreuth in only two centuries into a European residence city.
Stage set for Jean Paul
Visitors encounter Jean Paul‘s legacy in Bayreuth in many ways. His residence in the Friederichstrasse which was also the house he died in, the grave site at the city cemetery, the center monument on the Jean Paul place, the Rollwenzelei on the way to the ...
Alexander von Humboldt
Alexander von Humboldt also lived and worked in Bayreuth in his day.
Stage set for gardens and parks
The visitors find baroque horticulture from the Margrave times and modern garden architecture in Bayreuth. Numerous gardens and parks offer places to relax, to take walks and enjoy diversion for the entire family.
Stage set for Bayreuths museums
Guests can find out even more about historial treasures and the way of life of Upper Franconian's biggest city in numerous museums and cultural establishments.
Urban Art — new perspectives in Bayreuth
Bayreuth, halfway between Berlin and Munich, is a great destination when it comes to street art and urban art, meaning art in public spaces.