Bob Eifling is visiting Bamberg. The city's cathedral and town hall are UNESCO World Heritage sites. And he takes a day trip to Hallerndorf to check out the beer.
Bob Eifling in Bamberg
Upper Franconia boasts the highest number of breweries per capita in the world. Here beer is mostly brewed the traditional way.
The Danube River flows along 600 kilometers of southern Germany. One of its most beautiful stretches is in Bavaria, passing Weltenburg Abbey and spectacular rock formations as it winds its way to Regensburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Altmühl River is a true Bavarian, meandering comfortably towards the Danube. We follow the river over 165 Kilometers downstream.
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