You should not miss to visit the following 5 places of interest in the largest city of upper Franconia.
Margravial Opera House
The Margravial Opera House Bayreuth, a world heritage site since 2012, was reopened after extensive restauration in 2018 and is one of the most beautiful baroque theaters of the world.
The Festival Opera House
The 19th century Bayreuth Festival Opera House of Richard Wagner is one of the largest opera houses in the world and known for its one of a kind acoustics.
The Hermitage — Bayreuth’s most impressive park complex
At the doors of Bayreuth is the Eremitage, with historical parks from the 18th century and the old palace with fountains and water attractions and the orangery.
New Palace and Park
Visiting the New Üalace from the 18th century, also known because of its adjacent romantic park, visitors experience design perfection of Margravial culture.
The Richard Wagner Museum
The Richard Wagner Museum, in the house “Wahnfried, former residence of the Wagner family, was restored in 2015 and expanded with a modern addition.