Who would have thought it? The city of Bayreuth is not only inextricably linked with the life and work of Richard Wagner, but also with Africa. The Iwalewahaus, for example, documents contemporary culture there and the local university is one of the universities of excellence thanks to its African research. The scientific and cultural cooperation is correspondingly intensive. The interior style of the 3-star ibis Styles Hotel picks up on this connection and tries to take you on an imaginary journey to the distant continent during your stay. It is centrally located, in close proximity to the Bayreuth train station.
The Eremitage in Bayreuth is a historical park with water features and buildings built up in 1715.
The Bayreuth Festspielhaus or Bayreuth Festival Theatre is an opera house north of Bayreuth, Germany, built by the 19th-century German composer Richard Wagner and dedicated solely to the performance of his stage works.
The Margravial Opera House is a Baroque opera house in the town of Bayreuth, Germany, built between 1745 and 1750.