Prichsenstadt is one of the medieval gems in Franconia where time seems to have stood still: half-timbered houses, cobble stone lanes, charming spots to rest, a surrounding fortification wall and an impressive sandstone town gate. No wonder that it was given the nickname “Little Rothenburg”. On our walk through the village we pass the town gate, the tower of the night’s watchman, the 350 years old town hall and the “Freihof”, an impressive building of Franconian Renaissance where the imperial knights used to hold several of their great gatherings. And you won’t miss “Arme Sünder Gasse” - poor sinner’s path, even if you have to hold our breath to get through it!
As you can see I haven’t got any problem with very special tours!