Kulmbach - Capital of Beauty and a Good Time
Location: In the Middle of Upper Franconia
Kulmbach’s charming and widely entertaining town of approximately 26,000 inhabitants is located right in the middle of Bavarian province, in Upper Franconia. The town’s charming buildings are surrounded by beautiful green trees and unspoiled landscapes, offering quite a breath of fresh air. The town is divided into 31 districts, with the town center being the most popular of them all. Travelers can either make a day out of those busier districts to partake in tourist activities, or stick to the other less populated districts for a more low-key visit.
Business: Diversity is Perfect for Entrepreneurial Success
The more economic areas of Kulmbach are considered to have a high quality of life, which would make business planning, tax consideration, and proximity perfect for entrepreneurs and business starters. The town itself holds the quirky label of being worldly renown as the “secret beer capital,” and being the third-largest food-processing center in all of Bavaria. The town strives to provide a well-rounded stay for its visitors, and they receive great help from the already natural setting of the area in the Franconian Forest.
Culture: Greatly Organized Tourism
From start to finish, education is important to the people of Kulmbach. People of all ages are encouraged to visit adult evening classes in regards to the culture and history of the town, municipal music school lessons, or to pay a simple visit to the Municipal Library. For tourists, the Tourism & Events Service center in the Dr. Stammberger Halle provides up-to-date information on current events in town.
Activities: Current Events and Historic Museums
The people of Kulmbach absolutely love celebrating during the events that fall on every part of the year. The summertime is when the traditional Altstadtfest takes place. Other notable festivals are the Open Air Concerts and Kulmbach Bierwoche (beer week)—perfect to pair with their famous bratwurst! If these are not enough to entice, then there are wondrous historic and art museums that one can tour for a day, like the odd German Museum of Pewter Figures.