Rhineland-Palatinate
Worms
Interesting
Worms The Essential
Interesting
In former days Worms was an imperial residence on the banks of the Rhine. Today, the town extends along the river that irrigates the rich soil of the Palatinate Plain vineyards. The town is famous for the Diet of Worms, to which Luther was summoned in 1521 and before which he refused to retract his beliefs. As a result, he was banned to the outer reaches of the empire. We can still see many vestiges of the old city walls, particularly the Torturmplatz and the Karolingerstrasse.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Worms
Dom St. Peter
Dom St. Peter
Worms cathedral is a Romanesque building
30 minutes
Judenfriedhof
Judenfriedhof
Worms was one of the most highly
15 minutes
Museum Heylshof
Museum Heylshof
This museum installed in the salons of a
90 minutes
Lutherdenkmal
Lutherdenkmal
Inaugurated in 1868, the monument
30 minutes