Limburg is a charming town located in West Germany that has retained much of its historical past, by way of medieval architectural structures. While driving around the town, you'll see many half-timbered buildings doubling up as antique shops, cafes and restaurants. Zum Schlossje is a great example of such establishments. This restaurant serves delicious German cuisine. Take a drive to the historical site Sankt Georgs Don. This main tourist attraction is well worth a visit. Sankt Georgs Don is situated in the Lahn Valley and the impressive building, is designed with a Romanesque exterior, of the later period, and a Gothic Baroque interior. Wener-Senger-Haus is thought to be the oldest house in the town and is a popular tourist attraction that shouldn't be missed. This timber-frame building is over 800 years old.