Single Room in Würzburg - nice, clean, modern (# 1426) #1426
Living Room (1)
Living Room (2)
Yard, Lawn, and Garden
This single-room apartment in northwestern Wuerzburg is ideal for a business traveler or traveling couple. Its amenities include free DSL connection, a TV, and yard and garden access., key advantages: nice, clean, modern, 1 living/family room, , clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, This modern room accommodates two people northwest of Würzburg, a fascinating town in the Franconia region (upper Bavaria). It features a single bed, a TV, a sofa bed, a TV, a coffee table, free DSL Internet connection, a kitchenette, a dining table, and a bathroom with a shower stall.
Location Giebelstadt Airport: This unit is located conveniently near Giebelstadt Airport. From Giebelstadt Airport the distance to the unit at Rudolf-Clausius-Straße 41, 97080 Würzburg is about 28 km (17.5 miles), approximately a 39 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Würzburg, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $44-$55 for 2 persons.
Additional Features: Internet Access, Central Heating, Oven, Refrigerator, Television, Garden, Outdoor Dining Area, Sofabed
More travel info about Wuerzburg: Wuerzburg is a city in the region of Franconia, which lies in the northern tip of Bavaria. Its population is 131,320 as of 2006. Wuerzburg is mainly known as an administrative center. The city’s largest employers are the Julius-Maximilians-University which is one of the oldest universities in Germany, first founded in 1402, and the municipality. Wuerzburg is also the capital of the German wine region Franconia, which is famous for its mineralic dry white wines, especially from the Silvaner grape. Among the sites to see in the city, do not miss out on the Wuerzburg Residenz, a vast Baroque palace complex designed by the notable architects Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt and Balthasar Neumann.