Würzburg Residence is a Baroque styled palace Würzburg, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The most remarkable features of this palace would be (in no particular order): 1)The largest ceiling fresco ever painted. 2)Stunning stucco decorations in the main halls. 3)Lavishly decorated rooms, most notably the Mirror room and Green Lacquered room. 4)Huge, well maintained palace gardens. Quick details: 1)Entrance charges EUR7.50 for Adults (no entrance charges for the palace gardens). 2) English guided tour, included in the entrance charges, at 11:00 , 3:00, 4:30 (recommended). 3) No photography inside the palace building (though you can try to sneak in a few pictures on your mobile phone). More information can be found on: http://www.residenz-wuerzburg.de/englisch/residenz/index.htm
Alte Mainmühle is a iconic restaurant on the old bridge in Würzburg. The best part is that, on pleasant days, you can take your glass of wine or a sandwich and stand by the bridge, enjoying the view. The local Franconian wine was itself, to my delight since I am not a huge fan of dry wines, very crisp and refreshing.
Highly reminiscent of the Charles bridge in Prague, the Alte Mainbrücke offers a gorgeous view of the Marienberg fortress and its reflection in the Main river. Whether the love locks on this bridge add to or spoil its charm, is up to you to decide. On pleasant days, people flock at the iconic Alte Mainmühle restaurant on the bridge to sip some Franconian wine or bite into a sandwich whilst enjoying the view.
I enjoyed the little climb up to the Marienberg fortress more than the fortress itself. There are two climbing routes, the longer one is through a vineyard and gives you the added bonus of walking through a wine trail. You can see the entire Würzburg city stretched out in front of you from the top.