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Strolling across this bridge gives you a sense of life in the Middle Ages. The shop owners are very friendly and invite you in. The bridge at night is gorgeous with the lights shining on it and the water running beneath it.
Bought great Chocolate in a shop on the bridge and looked at a lot of others. There was a wood carvers store that had a little theater outside of it that moved when you put a euro coin in it! It was the story of...More
The bridge is unusual, attractive and very well preserved. Along it are some pretty craft shops and cafes. Behind it there is a grassy area where people enjoy the sunshine and the beers at the local inn. All very pleasant
Personally, I would trnslate the term Krämerbrücke with ‘Chandlers‘ Bridge‘. Beautiful little shops and so close to other sights and, most importantly the Wenigemarkt which is an excellent place to dine and vine. Try Zum Wenigemarkt 13 restaurant which offers excellent local food. My favorite...More
We crossed the Merchant's Bridge several times. There were banners hung overhead across a part of it while we were there. From the river view it was colorful and there were a few bushes in bloom along the river bank which added to the charm.
Erfurt was extremely disappointing with respect to the people who we found to be overtly unwelcoming to tourists. The shops on this bridge had some slightly more friendly owners and the architecture was interesting.
This bridge is a major gathering place in Erfurt. There are a number of shops and ice cream parlors on the bridge. Walk down the steps at the end of the row of shops to a major stream that attracts a lot of attention from...More
From memory, most of the shops keep fairly normal "small business" times ... closing around 17:30-18:00. Again, I think there's only one café/restaurant on the bridge, which I don't think is open in the evening. However... More
From memory, most of the shops keep fairly normal "small business" times ... closing around 17:30-18:00. Again, I think there's only one café/restaurant on the bridge, which I don't think is open in the evening. However there are a number of restaurants that open in the evening around the square at the end of the bridge that's further from the town - the bridge opens directly into the square, and the first of them are in the portal to the bridge.
No. Most accommodation in the city includes parking, and the main part of the city can be explored on foot or using the excellent tram system. However parking in the city is limited - if you're making a day visit park in one... More
No. Most accommodation in the city includes parking, and the main part of the city can be explored on foot or using the excellent tram system. However parking in the city is limited - if you're making a day visit park in one of the Park & Ride sites and get the tram into the centre. (It's usually best to get a day ticket, or a family day ticket, on the trams.) The excellent tourist information office is a short walk from the Fischmarkt tram stop.