- Three Day Tour from Frankfurt to Munich including Romantic Road, Heidelberg, Rothenburg
- Enjoy Germany's splendid Bavarian region recognized as the 'Jewel of the Middle Ages'
- Visit Heidelburg Castle and the charming towns of Dinkelsbuehl, Noerdlingen and Donauwoerth
- Transport by air-conditioned coach
- Hotel accommodation included
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Soak up the splendor and beauty of the Bavarian countryside at your own pace. This independent multi-day package is a combination of guaranteed scheduled coach services with additional features like transfers, hotel accommodation and sightseeing tours. Please read the itinerary below for full details.
Start your tour with a regular diversified half-day trip to Heidelberg, the old university town on the banks of the Neckar River. Visit the inner courtyard of Heidelberg Castle before returning to Frankfurt. The rest of the day is free for you to explore on your own.
Overnight: InterCity Hotel or similar.
Day 2: Frankfurt - Rothenburg (B)
Depart from Frankfurt for a picturesque drive through the Spessart mountains to Wuerzburg, on the banks of the river Main. Continue on the Romantic Road to Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany's well-preserved 'Jewel of the Middle Ages' with its ramparts, city gates, town hall and Jakobskirche (church) with an altar by the famous wood-carver Tilmann Riemenschneider. Upon arrival in Rothenburg, a taxi will take you to your hotel. In the afternoon or evening please join the city walk with a local guide or the historic Night Watchman in Rothenburg.
Overnight: Hotel Spitzweg or similar.
Day 3: Rothenburg - Munich (B)
After breakfast, you will have some free time to spend at leisure. Around noon, a taxi will meet you at your hotel and take you to the bus stop. Your coach drives along the Romantic Road passing such picturesque places as Dinkelsbuehl, Noerdlingen and Donauwoerth, with high-gabled houses and cobbled-stone streets. Via the former metropolis of Augsburg, you'll reach Munich, where your tour ends at approximately 6:00pm.
Reviewed by Donna L, September 2012
Overall it was very good. The first bus driver was good to explain everything as we went along. The 2nd bus driver was a drip. He never said anything and was not very clear about break times. Except for that it was a nice trip. Of course our weather was perfect so that made a big difference because you do spend a lot of time outside.
Reviewed by DAVID J, USA, August 2008