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Sausage excursion to Lower Franconia
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Sausage excursion to Lower Franconia

Be warned: these excursion tips may not be to vegetarians' tastes. Because it's all about sausages here. A culinary journey through the region, from the north to the south.

A half-metre-long, thin sausage that is somewhere between a Bratwurst and a Bockwurst in flavour, spicy, and with a special onion sauce: the Feuerwurst (fiery sausage) is a cult favourite in Würzburg. It was invented at the Treziak food stall, and the recipe for the spice mixture is a well-kept secret. At festivals and markets in Würzburg and the surrounding areas, the Feuerwurst goes on tour in a food van. You can find the Treziak kiosk year-round at the Unterer Markt in Würzburg, about a ten-minute walk from the station. More information and the tour itinerary of the Feuerwurst can be found here.

Arrival
Feuerwurst
Marktplatz
97070 Marketplace Würzburg
Next station
Würzburg Hbf (main station)

Our tip: Please make sure to check your train connection and the expected capacity before you start your journey.

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