Wertheim Village – Wertheim Outlet Village

Wertheim Village is a Top Outlet Village in Germany:

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Wertheim Village, Germany

Wertheim Village opened in 2004 and was Germany’s first high-end designer discount outlet in Germany.  In spite of the economic downturn at that time, the Village was a success from the start as it feeds into the German psyche of value hunting.

With over 100 national and international names, from Aigner to Wolford, Wertheim Village is one of Germany’s top destinations for designer brands outlet shopping.   The brands here include Bally, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Versace, Longchamp and many more and prices here are discounted by up to 60% all year-round.

Wertheim Village is a part of the Chic Outlet Shopping Group.  The architecture of the Village reflects the typical villages of Franconia and its stylish ambience sets the mood for a pleasant shopping experience.

Wertheim, the city, is a very popular tourist destination and tourists have been coming here for decades to see its medieval castles, enjoy the picturesque scenery and taste its wine.  Situated at the point where the Tauber and Main rivers meet, Wertheim is a stop on any river cruise on Rhine and Main rivers.   Wertheim also lies at the gateway to the Romantic Road,  Germany’s original holiday route through the beautiful Tauber Valley and beyond.

So if you’re travelling in the region and want to combine sightseeing with a spot of shopping, head for Wertheim and Wertheim Village where you can enjoy designer shopping in stylish surroundings.

Practical Information

There are excellent public transport links to Wertheim Village so the Village is accessible to people who do not have a car.  If driving, the Village is only 60 minutes from Frankfurt and Nürnberg, while Würzburg is just 30 km away.

Shuttle Service:

From May 2 to Oct. 20 there is a daily Romantic Road shuttle bus from Frankfurt main station directly to Wertheim Village. The bus leaves DTG Office, Mannheimer Straße at 08:00. Tickets can be purchased online at www.romantic-road-coach.de or on the bus.

There is also a daily free shuttle from Wertheim Village to and from the city of Wertheim. (Free tickets are available from the Tourist Information)


You can catch a train from either Frankfurt, Nürnberg or Würzburg to Wertheim Village.


Wertheim Village is situated next to the A3 motorway so it is easy to reach by car. Take the A3 motorway to exit 66 (Wertheim/Lengfurt) and follow the access road to Wertheim Village. There are 1,800 free parking spaces available.

97877 Wertheim
Tel: +49(0)9342-91 99 100

Opening Hours:
Mon – Sat  10.00 – 20.00 (Late Night Shopping on May 9 and Jun 5 – Open till 22.00)
Sun – Closed (Except for Oct 11 and Nov 8 – Open from 13.00 – 18.00)

Public holidays:
The Village is closed on May 21, Jun 1, Jun 11, Oct 3, Dec 25, Dec. 26

For more Designer Discount Outlets in other cities in Europe and the UK , see our Designer Outlet Directory.

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  1. […] Wertheim Village designer outlet shopping is nestled amongst the wine-growing region of the Tauber Valley.  The architecture of the village reflects the typical villages of Franconia and its stylish ambience sets the mood for a pleasant shopping experience.  Like most outlet villages, you’ll find a good range of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, sportswear, shoes, accessories, lingerie, household goods, etc.  Leading German and international fashion and designer brands are represented here.The Village is situated in the north of Baden-Württemberg, close to the Bavarian border and at the beginning of the famous Romantic Road near Wertheim, one of the most beautiful and romantic towns in Germany.Ingolstadt Village is Germany’s second leading outlet village. There are more than 90 designer brands of premium fashion for women, men and children – including shoes, jewellery, lingerie, travelling equipment, accessories and sportswear. The village is opened from Monday to Saturday from 10.00 to 20.00.It is located in Upper Bavaria between Munich and Nuremberg, situated directly at Motorway A9, junction Ingolstadt-Nord (Exit 61), in the direction of Ingolstadt-Ost.Metzingen is establishing a name for itself around Germany as the place for factory outlet shopping. It all began with the opening of the Hugo Boss factory outlet store in the town centre, which proved a resounding success.  Since then others have followed suit with an increasing number of other leading international stores such as Escada and Joop which have opened around Hugo Boss. With an extensive range of goods on offer including designer labels, casual wear, young fashion and toys, the town has become a popular place to shop.On the other side of town, you’ll find the likes of Bogner and Woick, a supplier of outdoor leisure equipment, in the Alte Samtfabrik outlet centre. All in all, Metzingen has around 50 brands with factory outlets around the town.McArthur Glen, the other large Designer Outlet management group is opening its Berlin Designer Outlet in June 2009, adding to the number of designer outlets in Germany.SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: “Designer Outlet shopping in Germany”, url: “http://www.travelsignposts.com/Germany/shopping/designer-outlet” }); Tweet This Post  Related posts:Designer Outlet | Wertheim VillageShopping in Frankfurt – GermanyShopping in Munich – GermanyShopping in Berlin […]

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