A charming, historical town in the Upper Palatinate (Oberpfalz) region of Bavaria, Germany. Renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture and rich cultural heritage, the town provides a window into the past while offering modern amenities. Read more

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Its narrow cobblestone streets, quaint shops, and lively squares make Amberg a must-visit destination for travelers seeking a quieter, more intimate experience of German history and culture. Founded in the Middle Ages, Amberg has a history that spans over a thousand years. The town is particularly known for its stunning 15th-century Stadtbrille ("City Spectacles"), a water-filled bridge that gives an illusion of eyeglasses reflecting in the Vils River. The charming Marktplatz is home to a variety of shops and traditional German restaurants, as well as historic buildings like the Gothic-style Church of St. Martin and the beautiful Town Hall.
Amberg also has a vibrant arts scene, with regular musical performances, art exhibitions, and cultural festivals. The town is home to a variety of museums, showcasing everything from the region's military history to its artistic achievements. The surrounding nature offers opportunities for hiking, cycling, and various outdoor activities, making it a versatile destination suitable for different interests.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Amberg


An iconic water-filled bridge that offers unique photo opportunities.


The central square where you'll find local shops, cafes, and historical buildings.

Church of St. Martin

A gothic-style church known for its impressive architecture.

Town Hall

A striking building that represents the city's historical significance.


A popular modern thermal bath, perfect for relaxation.


Amberg has several museums, including the Amberger Luftmuseum, focused on the concept of air in art and culture, and the Stadttheater, dedicated to the region's performing arts.

Naturpark Hirschwald

An expansive natural park ideal for hiking, cycling, and bird-watching.

Monte Kaolino

A unique sand mountain offering sand skiing and other recreational activities.

Local Breweries

Being in Bavaria, Amberg offers several small breweries where you can taste authentic German beer.

Seasonal Events

From Christmas markets to summer festivals, Amberg has a vibrant calendar of events that showcase its rich cultural heritage.

What else to visit
In and around Amberg

Flossenburg concentration camp (48.44 km)

Stands as a somber testament to the horrors of the Holocaust and the Nazi regime. Today, the site serves as a memorial and educational center, dedicated to honoring the victims and educating the public about the atrocities committed here.

Regensburg (50.49 km)

Rhineland, the pearl of Bavaria, is a city where medieval meets modern. A stroll through its streets will take you back in time, while its vibrant cultural life will keep you firmly in the present.

Walhalla Temple (52.42 km)

On a hill overlooking the Danube River, the Walhalla Temple is a grandiose neoclassical monument in Regensburg, Germany. A homage to distinguished figures of Germanic history, it serves as both an architectural marvel and a window into Germany's past.

Rozvadov (52.58 km)

Rozvadov, a quaint little town on the Czech-German border, is widely known for one thing – poker. This seemingly unassuming locale houses one of Europe's largest poker venues, making it an intriguing destination for enthusiasts of the game.

Nuremberg (56.74 km)

Nuremberg, a Bavarian city with a rich history, will amaze you with its impressive monuments, picturesque Old Town and vibrant culture. Explore the secrets of Nuremberg, a city world-famous for its Christmas markets and Nuremberg sausages.

Kelheim (58.41 km)

In the heart of Bavaria, Kelheim whispers tales of the past amidst the confluence of the Danube and Altmühl rivers, a town steeped in history and natural beauty.

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