Wertheim Village is situated within the picturesque wine-growing region of the Tauber Valley, and is near Wertheim, recognised as one of the country’s most beautiful towns. The Village is also located near the intersection of the famed Castle Route and the Romantic Road – two of the most important and popular itineraries in Europe.
The architectural design of Wertheim Village is a creative interpretation of the regional Franconian style, and makes use of architectural details to recall the historical building traditions for which the region is world famous. Varied facades, different roof profiles, architectural ornamentation and rich landscaping provide customers with an engaging shopping environment.
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With more than 110 boutiques, Wertheim Village is host to renowned brands such as Baldessarini, Boss and Steiff and celebrated international designer names Bally, Belstaff, Escada, Longchamp and Versace, among many others.
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Situated in one of Germany’s most affluent regions, Wertheim Village’s residential population encompasses Frankfurt (continental Europe’s banking centre), as well as important cultural cities such as Wiesbaden, Mainz, Darmstadt, Heidelberg, Stuttgart, Nuremberg and Rothenberg o.d. Tauber.
Wertheim Village is highly visible from the A3 Motorway, one of the most important west to south-east routes in Germany.
The Village is the first official stop on the Romantische Strasse, an ancient trade route and now one of the most popular car touring routes in Europe.
Wertheim Village is located at the Wertheim/Lengfurt Exit 66 on the A3 Autobahn.
The Village’s own Shuttle coach operates between Frankfurt and the Village, and a shuttle bus linking the popular Romantic Road tourist route operates May to October between Frankfurt’s main train station and Wertheim Village, on request.
Frankfurt International and Nuremberg airports are just a one hour drive from the Village.