The best views of the Gothic 1462 Altes Rathaus, which perches on a tiny artificial island between two bridges like a ship in dry dock,...
Sammlung Ludwig Bamberg
For closer views, turning at the end of the Geyerswörthsteg then right again onto Obere Brücke brings you face to façade with the...
Possibly the most tempting tour of the amazingly varied offerings at the tourist office is the self-guided BierSchmecker Tour. The...
Attractive coffee house and cocktail bar that spills out onto the cobbles from late winter.
This stylish gourmet eatery may be ensconced in the house where aviation engineer Willy Messerschmidt was born, but there's nothing...
Lonely Planet review
Bamberg’s oldest Wirtshaus (inn), Zum Sternla was established in 1380 and the camaraderie among its patrons has seemingly changed little in the intervening years. Bargain-priced staples include pork dishes, steaks, dumplings and sauerkraut, as well as specials, but it’s a great, non-touristy place for traditional Brotzeit (snack), or just a pretzel and a beer. The menu is helpfully translated from Franconian into German.