The historic center of Worms is fascinating. Europe's oldest Jewish cemetery stands on the southwest corner, not far from the enormous Romanesque Cathedral of Worms, where Martin Luther stood fast to his beliefs and defended the thesis that led to the Reformation. The remains of the medieval city walls appear sporadically and dramatically at the periphery of the old town. The Romanesque Andreas church is now the Museum der Stadt Worms, the city museum, which holds Europe's largest collection of Roman glass and is an interesting bit of architecture in itself.
Join us for a virtual tour of the tourist sites of Worms, Germany. Click each thumbnail picture to see it larger.