Between vineyards, forest and water at the romantic Main valley lies the gateway to Spessart and Odenwald, the medieval half-timbered town of Miltenberg.

Here, on the southwestern tip of the Mainviertel, the idyllic course of the river Main, characterizes the landscape. The city of Miltenberg looks back on 3,500 years of proud history and is still lively and young.

Nestled between Greinberg and Main, you will experience the unique atmosphere from the oldest part of the city in the historic Schwarzviertel. You can view the wealth and the former importance of Miltenberg. The visitors still recognize the magnificent half-timbered buildings, which are unparalleled in Germany.

You can take the Frankonian Red Wine Trail, do a parachute jump over the slopes of the Odenwald, or explore more than 500 million years of fascinating geology in the UNESCO Geo-Nature Park.

From traditional Inns and “Häckerwirtschaften”, which serve hearty snacks, cozy cafes to fine cuisine – in Miltenberg every connoisseur gets his money’s worth.

Miltenberg Der Riesen


We had a late lunch at the Oldest Guesthouse in Germany “Zum Riesen”, anno 1300, in which even in these days you can still dine in a historic ambience.

Miltenberg is a stop on route of the Rivercruise ships on the Main. The tourists are flocking into town to do their souvenir shopping. Later in the evening, after all the passengers are back on the ship in their cabins, it is remarkable quiet in town. 

World famous is the historic market place with its “Schnatterloch”
Old half-timbered Houses and cobble stone road

The Mildenburg, which is the backdrop to an incomparable open-air theater every summer, towers above it all. Since July 2011, the beautifully restored castle houses the Museum “Burg Miltenberg”, in which icons and contemporary works of art present themselves in a tense dialogue.

The view from the Defense Castle Mildenburg

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