Schlitz Journals

Romantic Schlitz

A travel journal to Schlitz by Judy

Quote: A wonderful old "Burgenstadt" with many interesting cobblestone streets and alleys. Less than an hour by car or bus from Fulda, this is a lovely little town.

Romantic Schlitz

Overview

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The Stadtkirche built in 812 was the site of a wedding the last time we were in Schlitz. The entire wedding party was dressed in native costume as were about 100 guests of the couple. We were able to watch the wedding and join in the street celebration following the ceremony. It was something I'll never forget.Quick Tips: Be sure not to miss the Hinterburg with its wonderful tower which at Christmas time is lit up like a candle, Vorderburg with its wonderful belltower, and especially the Heimatmuseum. If you visit in early fall, try the Federweisse (fermented grape juice just before it turns to wine), a refreshing drink with a kick.Best Way To Get Around: Take the bus from Fulda or d...Read More
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A nice vacation apartment with very clean bathroom, kitchen and feather beds. The price was 45DM for two persons. All linens were provided as were the necessary kitchen utensils for cooking your own meals. We were very comfortable and enjoyed the short walk to the center of town each morning.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on November 5, 2000

Ferienwohnungen Familie Engel
Salzschlirfer Str. 96
Schlitz, Germany
(06642) 40060

Braustübchen

Restaurant

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We were pleasantly surprised when we tried the specialty of the house. It was a very warm day and ice cream would 'hit the spot.' Well, imagine vanilla ice cream with hot raspberry sauce. It was absolutely delicious. They serve the traditional German fare, but we were only interested in ice cream so we did not try a full meal, however the plates that were passing by our table on their way to other customers looked hearty and delicious.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on November 5, 2000

Braustübchen
Braustübchen Str. 18
Schlitz, Germany
0665-21018

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Boy, these Germans really know how to make pizza. We ordered one with just onion and peppers and it was delicious. The beer served with the pizza was a Schlitz malt liquor made right there in town. It was a great meal.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on November 5, 2000

Marco Polo Pizzeria Ristorante
Otto-Zinßer-Straße 8
Schlitz, Germany
06642 8976

Heimatmuseum

Story/Tip

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This is one of the best native folk museums in Germany. The displays of authentic costumes, furniture, linens, kitchen utensils, photos and a wonderful display of looms used to weave the lovely old fabrics used for clothing and the home.

Located in the Vorderburg, this museum consists of three floors of exhibits and historical photographs and journals from this unique area of Germany.

About the Writer

Judy

Judy
Grants Pass, Oregon

Schlitz Tips & Stories

Heimatmuseum