GEWICHT: 58 kg
Intime Dienste: Leichte Fesselspiele (aktiv), Sakura-Zweig, Stellung 69, Deep Throat, Gang Bang
We were never aware of the prominence of this quaint little town, but all the better, because we were able to discover the city with absolutely no expectations — which is always a good thing.
Looking back on our time in Rothenburg we can confirm that the hype is real and one hundred percent rightly so. The charming charismatic flair of Rothenburg can hardly be described in words.
Rothenburg happens to be perched on a hill, surrounded by a well-preserved city wall. In this blog article we reveal our favourite places and personal tips for Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Rothenburg is no secret, so you will have to learn to share this beautiful quaint little town with many other tourists who also flock to admire this medieval German town. Just be warned, the main sights and alleyways can be very crowded.
On the bright side, the hustling bustling crowds of Asian tour groups end as soon as you leave the main tourist path. The best time to wander this pretty town is in the evening, when most of the day trip tourists have moved on and the town becomes more tranquil. The main sights in Rothenburg are mostly only a few minutes away from each other. Most of the tourists tend to congregate along Schmied- and Herrngasse as well as at the marketplace.
One of our personal highlights was walking along the old city wall in the calm evening. Towards the end the stairs do start to get a but strenuous but… no pain, no gain! The view from atop the town hall tower is so worth it! The higher up the tower, the narrower it gets, so only a limited number of people are allowed on the tower at any one time. For those sunset chasers: Unfortunately the tower closes rather early in the summer, usually 5pm, which is such a pity as we imagine the sunset from up here to be absolutely breathtaking.