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Essingen: Where Medieval Meets Modern

Few German towns combine the classic and the contemporary as seamlessly as Essingen; with its evocative maze of tangled streets and enchanting canals that harbour over 860 historical buildings, Essingen is a glittering cultural gem. Although the buildings might imply Essingen is still chasing its previous prosperity, that couldn’t be further from the truth; Essingen is also a city of great innovation and economic power, traits that are manifest within the scientific university and modern art gallery.

When visiting Essingen, travellers will face the difficult dilemma over choosing which historical sites they want to observe out of the 860 options. A central and stunning sight is the New Town Hall, a building that provides a baroque breath from the ubiquitous timber frames that decorate the Old Quarter. Manicured windows and triangular arches contribute to the affluent austerity of this exquisite architectural example.

An integral sight on any Essingen itinerary is the Kessler, the home of Germany’s oldest sparkling wine producer. Housed a remarkable half-timbered monastery, a tour offers travellers tastes of the bubbly beverages brewed in this rich slice of history.

History within History

With a history spanning over millennium, Essingen’s Historical Museum has a lot of ground to cover. Appropriately allocated in one of the town’s oldest houses in Hafenmarkt, the museum takes visitors on an intriguing odyssey that begins at the village’s ancient conception and travels through the present day. Photography, artworks and artefacts all contribute to this stunning story, which is sure to enhance your adoration of this magnificent town.

A Taste of the Past

Continue to absorb the town’s historical culture with a culinary experience that echoes the prosperous past; housed in a restored Medieval market hall, the critically acclaimed Hirsch and Greif restaurant offers diners a dynamic experience beneath an elaborately painted 18th century ceiling. Fresh and locally sourced produce is used to create refined yet rustic dishes inspired by rich German tradition.(Strohstr 13 73728 Essingen)

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