The Schlitzerland with its sixteen villages is comfortably and easily explored by bicycle. The perfectly-developed bike paths lead through the floodplains of the Fulda and the Schlitz, crossing some beautiful old bridges, lead you along beech tree overgrown mountains and lakes in Pfordt or or sometimes directly into a village as in Fraurombach. 

Fraurombach is known for its small Romanesque chapel with its wall paintings from the 14th century. You also should not miss the Village Museum in a beautiful half-timbered house with the tongue-twisting name of "Buisch 'ahl Huss", if you want to see first hand how a peasant family in Schlitzerland lived at the time of our great-grandmothers.

Fresken in der Dorfkirche von Fraurombach

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