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Our music store is located in fantastic Franconia, an area boasting a high quality of life and low living costs, without the noise and traffic of large cities.
Working in beautiful Franconia.
The nearby towns and cities of Bamberg, Würzburg, Nuremberg and others offer a great variety of cultural institutions and other ways to spend your leisure time.
Music fans can take advantage of the student towns’ vibrant music scenes: live clubs, concerts by superstars and huge events such as Rock im Park, Klassik Open Air or the Nuremberg “Bardentreffen” Germany’s largest free music festival.
The Steigerwald Forest, the hills of the Franconian Jura and picturesque “Franconian Switzerland ” are perfect places for both relaxation and more active pursuits.
Compared to more urban areas, living costs in Franconia are relatively low. Rental flats in the region around Treppendorf remain moderately priced and tend to be larger than in more densely populated areas. If you don’t want to do without the attractions city life has to offer, don’t worry: Erlangen, Forchheim and Bamberg are all within reasonable commuting distance.
Treppendorf near Burgebrach is a small village in set in the idyllic countryside. Don’t worry about how to get there; after all, many of your colleagues commute from the nearby towns and there are many ride-sharing opportunities.
Treppendorf and its environs.
The area around our music shop offers a great quality of life and low living costs.
Visiting Bamberg, a UNESCO world heritage site, is an absolute must. Historic quarters, magnificent buildings and many impressive sights leave visitors spell-bound. In addition, the town offers a wide variety of arts, culture and music: the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra just as much as rock, pop and jazz. Its gastronomy spans brewery pubs and starred chefs, and plenty inbetween. Its beer is a particular claim to fame: eleven breweries within the city limits and 60 in the surrounding county boast more than 400 different beers. Lovers of the amber nectar will fall in love with Bamberg!
Distance from Treppendorf: 20 km
High above Coburg and its 45,000 inhabitants you'll find the Veste Coburg, an excellently preserved fortification which is home to the former ducal art collection. It and the many other fascinating buildings make every visit an unforgettable experience. Of the many events which take place every year in Coburg and the surrounding area, music lovers should definitely check out the International Samba Festival and the traditional Coburg Jazz Night.
Distance from Treppendorf: 75 km
With more than half a million inhabitants, Nuremberg is Bavaria's second city. Having travelled less than an hour from Treppendorf, you'll find yourself right in the bustling heart of a major metropolis that offers all the amenities you'd expect. A medieval old town with timber framed houses, and right around the corner modern shopping malls, countless shops and impressive sights. One of the most famous events in Nuremberg is the world-famous "Christkindlesmarkt", the city's huge Christmas market.
Entfernung zu Treppendorf: 54 km
Bayreuth is a cultural hot spot, and famous all over the world for its annual Wagner Festival. There are also the museum dedicated to the composer, the storied Festival Theatre, and the baroque Margravial Opera House, which has been inscribed in the UNESCO list of world heritage sites. Bayreuth furthermore boasts impressive parks, palaces and churches. A number of pools and spas, sports venues, a botanical garden and the wildlife park attract many visitors, who also appreciate the opportunity to go shopping and hang out in the mall with 80 stores.
Distance from Trependorf: 85 km
Summer visitors to Fürth won't be able to resist the charm of its historic town centre, which is among Bavaria's most attractive and which turns into one gigantic beer garden for the season. Pleasant times are guaranteed among the buildings from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, a perfect backdrop to enjoying Franconian hospitality. But Fürth is worth discovering at any time of the year, especially since its proximity to bordering Nuremberg makes for almost unlimited opportunities.
Distance from Treppendorf: 49 km
Erlangen may be the smallest city in Bavaria, but its impressive baroque architecture and wide avenues and large squares still exude the spirit of a city on a grand plan, a contrast to the typical Franconian timber-framed houses along crooked and narrow streets you can find elsewhere.
The city of Erlangen uses its architectural splendour as a backdrop to a year-round programme packed with events, markets and numerous festivals, all complementing the busy nightlife in its old town. The Bergkirchweih in the time around Whitsun - originally a parish festival - attracts up to a million visitors every year to this university town, whose 33,000 students add to its youthful and lively atmosphere.
Distance from Treppendorf: 35 km
Würzburg is both one of the youngest cities in Germany - the average age of its inhabitants is 41 years - and one with a very long history, witnessed by the glorious episcopal palace, which is a prime example of southern German baroque architecture and has long been a UNESCO world heritage site. The events the city puts on every year range from Flamenco through street music to jazz. A definite highlight is the two-week Hafensommer, or "Port Festival", which draws top-tier artists from all over the world and all genres. The many wine festivals in the surrounding wine-growing region are another reason to discover the city and it environs.
Distance from Treppendorf: 68 km
Forchheim, one of the oldest towns in Franconia, describes itself as "charmingly Franconian." Splendid timber-framed houses and cobble-stoned alleys are vivid reminders of its 1200 years of history. Forchheim invites you to discover Franconian hospitality not only in its foodways but in all it various facets: nearby "Franconian Switzerland" boasts 4,500km of signposted walking and hiking trails, 12,000 designated climbs on 800 cliffs, and opportunities for mountain biking and even canoeing on the Wisent river, with whitewater passages included. Plenty of choice if you prefer a more active style of spending your leisure time.
Distance from Treppendorf: 33 km