Walking route in Neustadt (Hessen)

Visit Neustadt (Hessen)'s top attractions in this 51 minutes itinerary. Inneres Holztor, Romanisches Haus, Kaiserpfalz Gelnhausen and all other sights were never that easy to visit in this well planned 51 minutes Neustadt (Hessen) itinerary.

Route type Route distance Route time
Walking 3.4 km 51 minutes

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Route itinerary

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    Inneres Holztor Castle

    Gelnhausen is a town and the capital of the Main-Kinzig-Kreis, in Hesse, Germany. It is located approximately 40 kilometers east of Frankfurt am Main, between the Vogelsberg mountains and the Spessart range at the river Kinzig. It is one of the eleven towns (urban municipalities) in the district. Gelnhausen has around 22,000 inhabitants. == Geography == === Location === According to the Institut Géographique National from 1 January 2007 until July 2013 the geographic centre of the European Union was located on a wheat field outside the town.

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  12. Walk 90 m / 1 minute

    Grimmelshausendenkmal Memorial

    Hans Jakob Christoffel von Grimmelshausen (1621 – 17 August 1676) was a German author. == Early life == Grimmelshausen was born at Gelnhausen. At the age of ten he was kidnapped by Hessian soldiery, and in their midst tasted the adventures of military life in the Thirty Years' War. At the close of the war, Grimmelshausen entered the service of Franz Egon von Fürstenberg, bishop of Strassburg (Strasbourg). In 1665, he was made Schultheiss (magistrate) at Renchen in Baden.

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    Attraction

    Hans Jakob Christoffel von Grimmelshausen (1621 – 17 August 1676) was a German author. == Early life == Grimmelshausen was born at Gelnhausen. At the age of ten he was kidnapped by Hessian soldiery, and in their midst tasted the adventures of military life in the Thirty Years' War. At the close of the war, Grimmelshausen entered the service of Franz Egon von Fürstenberg, bishop of Strassburg (Strasbourg). In 1665, he was made Schultheiss (magistrate) at Renchen in Baden.

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  19. Walk 400 m / 6 minutes

    Kaiserpfalz Gelnhausen Castle

    The Imperial Palace at Gelnhausen, in German also called the Kaiserpfalz Gelnhausen, Pfalz Gelnhausen or Barbarossaburg, is located on the Kinzig river, in the town of Gelnhausen, Hesse, Germany. It was founded in 1170, and like the town whose creation was closely linked to the palace, goes back to Emperor Frederick I (Barbarossa). The palace enabled the expansion of imperial territory along an important long-distance highway, the Via Regia. == History == The exact date when construction of the palace began is still very much disputed by historians. Debate revolves around the question of whether the building of the palace took place a few years before the official founding of the royal town in 1170.

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