Visit Aschaffenburg's top attractions in this 1.4 hour itinerary. Schloss Johannisburg, Pompejanum, Stiftsbasilika St. Peter und Alexander and all other sights were never that easy to visit in this well planned 1.4 hour Aschaffenburg itinerary.
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|Walking||5.7 km||1.4 hour|
The Pompejanum (or Pompeiianum) is an idealised replica of a Roman villa, located on the high banks of the river Main in Aschaffenburg, Bavaria, Germany. It was commissioned by King Ludwig I and built in the 1840s. == Location == The Pompejanum is situated on the high bank of the river Main in the city of Aschaffenburg, in the Lower Franconia region of Bavaria. It is located within sight of Schloss Johannisburg. The Pompejanum is surrounded by a small mediterranean garden, first created in the 19th century when the building was constructed.Read more
The Basilica of SS. Peter and Alexander (German: Basilika SS. Peter und Alexander ) also called Aschaffenburg Basilica Is a Catholic church in Lower Franconia, Bavaria in southern Germany specifically located in the city of Aschaffenburg. The current church is the heart of a Romanesque temple consecrated in the 10th century. The main building was built as a Roman basilica, other phases were built in the early Gothic style. The church has a rich artistic heritage, part of which is exhibited in the Museum of the Abbey of Aschaffenburg. Since 1958 the church has the status of a minor basilica.Read more
Schloss Johannisburg is a schloss in the town of Aschaffenburg, in Franconia in the state of Bavaria, Germany. It was erected between 1605 and 1614 by the architect Georg Ridinger for Johann Schweikhard von Kronberg, Prince Bishop of Mainz. Until 1803, it was the second residence of the Prince Bishop of Mainz. It is constructed of red sandstone, the typical building material of the Spessart, the hills near Aschaffenburg. == Location == Schloss Johannisburg is located in the city of Aschaffenburg, in the district of Lower Franconia of the state of Bavaria, Germany.Read more