As just about anywhere in all of Franconia, you’ll love every minute of being outside. Feucht is no exception. In a town that’s right on the Reichswald, you’re best wandering around the great outdoors.
It’s also quite easy to get here, since Nuremberg is the next town over and only a few minute away. If you’re coming from anywhere else, get on the A9 Autobahn or take the train.
Feucht’s City Center is a hustle and bustle of restaurants and street cafes. It’s here that if you sit, you might just see the entire town stroll by.
Feucht — Top Areas Of Interest
If you don’t see them there, you’ll most certainly find them out on Feucht’s golf course, or on the Nordic Walking, hiking, and biking trails. You’ll also find over a hundred cyclists for the Radltour at the end of August; which starts and ends at the Zeidlerschloss Gardens.
Come visit when the weather turns to winter because then you’re able to go ice skating on Feucht’s outdoor skating rink. Even better if you can come around Christmastime for the chance to eat some Lebkuchen — a sweet treat made with nuts, spices, and honey. Very fitting, since beekeeping and honey production have gone on here for centuries.
There’s even a Honey Museum, known as the Zeidel Museum. This little museum, located at Pfinzingstrasse 6, is open only on Sunday afternoons.
Right down the block at Pfinzingstrasse 12 is the Hermann Oberth Space Travel Museum. Mr. Oberth was a pioneer in the exploration of space and the museum is dedicated to his life and life amongst the stars.
If you want to pursue something more down to Earth, you’re able to do a bit of fishing or swimming along the few lakes around Feucht. (Who would have thought… since feucht translates to damp!)
Come to think of it, Feucht is great to enjoy inside, outside, and in the pursuit of yummy culinary delights. Good thing traffic moves fast on the Autobahn, you’ll be here in no time.