Bamberg River Path
The Regnitz has always borne great meaning for Bamberg. Along the river path, strollers witness the interplay between town and river.
Along the Regnitz, the history of the World Heritage City of Bamberg can be discovered from a particularly appealing perspective. The river path Bamberg illustrates well-known and concealed places near the water with short texts and historical depictions on 23 tablets (in German). The path concerns the life of the fishermen, the meaning of the mills and also explains why there are iron cranes located near the Regnitz. At every station, a drawn figure of Kunigunde poses an exciting question that can be solved by children and adults together. The path is suitable for buggies.
Nature of the trail:
- Entertaining walk along the river
- No major ascents
- Nice viewpoints towards Little Venice, the Old Town Hall, the Mill Quarter and Water Castle Villa Concordia
- Suitable for wheelchairs and prams
- The walk mainly follows quiet side roads or foot paths
- Mainly tarmac or paved, some bridges with grids
Total length: 5 km