Is it the historical roots that make Dieburg so interesting?
Under the Roman Emperor Hadrian, Dieburg was the administrative capital of the region. In 1277, Rudolf von Habsburg granted the city extended rights and less than fifty years later it passed to the Archbishop of the Electoral Palatinate and became a cultural and economic stronghold. Today Diesburg retains much of its historic past in the form of city walls and towers, the medieval market place, churches, castles and half-timbered houses. Archaeological finds can be seen in the Fechenbach Castle Museum. Tours of the city, castle gardens and mills are available.
€ 35,00 pro Gruppe (maximal 30 Personen)
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