Like a ship in dry dock, Bamberg's 1462 Old Town Hall was built on an artifical island in the Regnitz River, allegedly because the local...
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Bamberg’s oldest Wirtshaus (inn; established 1380) bangs down bargain-priced staples include pork dishes, steaks, dumplings and sauerkraut, as well as specials, but it’s a great, non-touristy place for a traditional Brotzeit (snack), or just a pretzel and a beer. The menu is helpfully translated from Franconian into German.