Take the chance and explore Bad Mergentheim with the Romantic Road Coach on your way along the Romantic Road. Get your own picture of Bad Mergentheim: flowering meadows along the Tauber, sun-drenched vineyards, one of the most beautiful spa garden systems in Germany, the lively pedestrian area with its attractive shops and lively cafés that invite you to linger there. On the market place, fine half-timbered houses and Baroque palaces are grouped around the magnificent Renaissance Town Hall and the Mister of St. John. Bad Mergentheim is also famous for its Castle of the Teutonic Order with chapel and museum and the Stuppacher Madonna.
And above it all is the air of an enchanting city that unobtrusively brings together history and the present, nature and culture, health and wellness. A town that wholeheartedly takes care of you and wishes you an unforgettable and beneficial stay.
The bus leaves the bus station in Frankfurt (next to the main station) every morning at 8:00 am from areas A and A1 - A3; it returns at 8:30 pm, you have 30 minutes to take pictures at the Residenc in Würzburg. At 10. 10 am we continue to Bad Mergentheim. There you have enough time for individual visits and free time. The bus runs directly from Frankfurt via Aschaffenburg, Wertheim Village and Würzburg to Bad Mergentheim. He reaches the old town of Bad Mergentheim at 11:00 am. The return journey to Frankfurt takes place at 17:55 o'clock.He stands at the window and gazes into the extensive castle garden where, every year, "Spring lets her blue ribbon flutter in the breeze again". The life size bust of poet Eduard Mörike and the Cabinet that bears his name are only two of the numerous highlights in the impressive Museum of the Teutonic Order (Deutschordensmuseum). After the visit, we ask ourselves: shall we carry on walking in a north-westerly direction through the spa gardens and then relax in the Solymar Thermal Spa, with its view of the roofs of the town? Or go back to the market square and enjoy a cup of coffee in the shadows of the half-timbered houses? It’s so lovely to be spoilt for choice.