Hear ye, hear ye, since Anno Domini 2021 we offer not everyday trade goods in the Bavarian Forest for sale. At Vehi Mercatus you can buy medieval replicas from long ago and all kinds of handicrafts. Blacksmith goods, wooden goods, ceramics, fur and leather goods. In addition, exquisite fragrances and delicacies. Hand-boiled soaps, honey mead & fruit wines and precious incense in our medieval market.
You can find our medieval store at Bodenmaiser Str. 18, 94255 Böbrach, Bavaria.
Usual opening hours of the medieval market in Bavaria
Tuesday-Friday: 9am-12pm and 1pm-3pm
or by appointment.
Address: Vehi Mercatus, Bodenmaiser Str. 18, 94255 Böbrach
Important note about the assortment in our medieval market
Please note that not all items we offer online can be viewed in our store. As a rule of thumb:
Specified max. delivery time up to 4 days: idR. available on site.
Specified max. delivery time > 4 days: idR. only available on request on site.
Is your way to the medieval market Vehi Mercatus really far?
Do not despair! Our craft and medieval market is located in the heart of the Bavarian Forest. Why not combine your visit to our medieval store with a day trip in our beautiful homeland! Also for trips of several days you will find a wide range of accommodation in Böbrach and Bodenmais as soon as we are saved from the plague by God's grace.
Excursion tips for families in the Bavarian Forest
50 different play - and sports equipment invite children to play exuberantly.
. The reconstructed fairy tale scenes not only appeal to the little ones, but also bring many an adult back to their own childhood. A petting zoo as well as the sun terrace in the middle of a wonderful hiking area are a nice day activity after a visit to our medieval market.
This hiking trail near Bodenmais is suitable for strollers and offers a total of 27 stations for children to play and discover nature over a length of 1.2-2.5km. Balancing games, pine cone target shooting, climbing games provide entertainment and make this hike an experience for the whole family.
Tips for excursions in the Bavarian Forest
The Rißloch, which is a protected nature reserve, is a 32.9-hectare area near Bodenmais and is one of the highlights of the Arber region, which is also home to our medieval market. Along waterfalls, impressive hiking trails wind through the Bavarian primeval forest.
Built in the 12th century, Weissenstein Castle and the ruins of Weissenstein Castle near Regen that remain today have had an eventful history. The castle tower is still accessible today and offers a great view of the Bavarian Forest. The castle was built on the so-called pile, an equally interesting and impressive stone formation, which invites you to hike around it.
This castle was also built in the 12th century and made the people of Nußbach Nußbergers. The castle ruins can be visited and walked around. An audio guide can be borrowed from the adjacent castle tavern.
Bavaria's No. 1 geotope is the Great Pile near Viechtach. These quartz rock formations offer an impressive hiking backdrop along pine trees and juniper bushes and, with the remains of the former quarry, provide insight into a craft from a bygone era.
We could go on with this list, but we are not a travel guide, we just want to show you a few of the many possibilities of our vacation region to give you an incentive for a little escape from everyday life in the form of an excursion or vacation.
We look forward to your visit to the craft and medieval market Vehi Mercauts.
Your Vehi team