Vineyards, magnificent buildings, the Marienberg Fortress: This is how Würzburg welcomes its visitors. Cultural treasures can be found here at every turn. Our youth hostel in the "Old Main District" is a part of this. With its 238 beds spread across 65 rooms, it is part of an 18th-century architectural ensemble. Guests sleep in the former women's prison by the Main River. But don't worry, there are no longer bars on the windows. On the contrary.
Würzburg is a historic city. Explore the unique Residence: splendid grandeur in historic rooms and an architectural masterpiece by Balthasar Neumann. On the 600-square-meter self-supporting vault, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo created a magnificent ceiling fresco. The Residence still bears witness to Würzburg's splendor and glory. Rightfully, it was ennobled by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
The historical journey continues: high above, directly above our youth hostel, stands the "Marienberg Fortress." Here, you have a fantastic view of the Main River and the lively activity in the streets. And now, on to the Kiliansdom, passing splendid buildings adorned with Baroque and Rococo ornaments. Memories of Germany's first musical superstar can be found in the Lusamgärtchen. There, you will find the tomb of the minnesinger Walther von der Vogelweide.
Würzburg is also the center of Franconian wine production.
For music fans and aficionados of fine craftsmanship, Würzburg is also worth a visit.
In the Würzburg Youth Hostel, families, school classes, and youth and music groups of all ages come together. Good vibes are guaranteed. Use the atmosphere for your workshops and seminars. Your ideas will flow freely. We ensure this with our six fully-equipped seminar rooms.
- Residence (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
- Wine Hiking Trail to Marienberg Fortress
- Central location on the Main river