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"Why should someone do a vacation in Randersacker? Can you possibly tell me 2-3 popular travel tips for Randersacker, which everyone visiting Randersacker should see? Also let me know 2-3 special insider travel tips for Randersacker that a typical tourist may not know about, but that you can highly recommend. Thanks!" (posted 05/19/2014)

Randersacker is a very old wine-making community with more than 1230 years of history, surrounded by vineyards, located right on the Main river. Beautifully built promenade at the river’s edge. Since recently, one finds ‘Balthasar’s Bathtub’, a fountain designed in that shape, at the open square in the middle of town. It has charm. Randersacker is former summer residence of prince-bishops and cathedral chapter; former ‘noble residences’ (of the prince-bishops) still remain as does the former ‘Zehnthof’ (where the ‘Zehnt,’ the tax of a tenth of production had to be paid). Balthasar Neumann Pavilion, built by famous architect Balthasar Neumann who also designed the residence and the Käppele in Würzburg. Other famous monuments throughout Germany. Randersacker lies only 3.5 km from Würzburg (cathedral city) with diverse sights – Käppele, Marienberg fortress, residence and a host of churches. Bus connections are very good. Rothenburg and Bamberg are only about one hour travel time away. Both are tourist sights worth visiting.
Answer provided by Angela Schmitt on 05/20/2014
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Randersacker is a wine-grower’s village with 3400 inhabitants. In the village itself, there is not much to see. Distance to Würzburg ~7km. Further info can be found on Wikipedia.
Answer provided by Sascha Obert on 05/19/2014
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Randersacker Overview

Randersacker is located between Ochsenfurt in the south and Würzburg (Würzburg vacation rentals | Würzburg travel guide) in the north. This part of the Main is called Maindreieck. This term refers to the course of the river, it looks similar to a triangle. There are two subdistricts: Lindelbach and the mainpart Randersacker.

Things to See in Randersacker

This Balthasar Neumann Pavillion is a pavillion designed and built by the famous architect Johann Neumann about 1750. It is the smallest building of Balthasar Neumann and is entirely conservated. Today the pavillion serves for representation purposes e.g. weddings.

The Church Sankt Stephanus is one of the most beautiful romanesque churches in Franconia. The steeple is about 30 metres high and was built in 13th and 14th century.

The Zehnthof is an old manor in Randersacker.

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More about the History of Randersacker

The first written mention of a settlement on the location of Randersacker was in 779. It was the Würzburger Markbeschreibung (report of Würzburg (Würzburg vacation rentals | Würzburg travel guide) area). It reports that there were some vineyards on this ground. The first mention of Randersacker was in 1123.

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Randersacker is a municipality in the district Lower Franconia part of Bavaria. With its long tradition in wine making, Randersacker belongs to the most well-known wine places of Germany.

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