Würzburg and Social Program
Würzburg is a small city in the center of Germany. It is easily reachable by a direct train connection to Frankfurt/Main airport. It is situated in a wine growing area with its mild climate.
The more than 1300 year old town has had its highest “impact factor” during the baroque area. The university was founded (the first time) in 1402 A.D as the 6th university in Germany. But after a short period it was closed and second founded in 1582. Here W.C. Röntgen discovered the X rays in 1895 and received the 1st Noble Price in 1901. Nowadays there are about 25000 students spread over 3 campuses.
We have planned a rich social event featuring a guided tour in the Würzburg Residence (UNESCO World Heritage), a walk in the town, and a wine tasting party combined with joint dinner in the cellars of the famous UNESCO world heritage, the Residence.