- Independent five-day coach tour from Munich to Frankfurt
- The most enjoyable way to travel to Frankfurt, with guided tours and plenty of free time!
- Enjoy majestic views from the top of the Zugspitze, Germany's highest peak at 9,718 feet (2,962 meters)
- Visit top Augsburg attractions, including the Fuggerei
- Admire the picturesque landscape of the Romantic Road and pass charming towns like Dinkelsbühl and Nördlingen
- Experience the medieval spirit of Rothenburg ob der Tauber
- Four nights’ accommodation in 3-star hotels with breakfast included
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
There's so much to see on this lyrical journey along the Romantic Road. The view from Zugspitze will take your breath away, but bring a jacket -- it can get chilly atop Germany's highest peak.
What You Can Expect
Board your comfortable coach, and spend days three and four admiring the picturesque landscapes and passing the charming towns along the Romantic Road. Explore the university town of Augsburg, where you’ll enjoy a guided city tour and learn about Augsburg’s role as the residence of the Fuggers, a famous trading family in the 15th and 16th centuries.
Continue along the Romantic Road to Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Explore Rothenburg – famous for its medieval old town and town wall – on a guided city walk to see the city’s top attractions, including the Church of St Jacob, which houses an altar by the famous woodcarver Tilmann Riemenschneider.
Enjoy a scenic drive through the Spessart Mountains passing the town of Würzburg, before your tour concludes in Frankfurt on Day 5.
Departing Munich in the morning, you’ll board the train to Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Upon arrival in this charming town, take the cable car up to the highest peak in Germany. As you stand on top of the Zugspitze at 9,718 feet (2,962 meters), you’ll enjoy majestic views of the picture-perfect scenery. On a clear day, see up to 400 mountain peaks in Austria, Italy, Switzerland and Germany, including the Dolomite Mountains and the Swiss Alps. Enjoy a bite of German food in one of the restaurants on the glacier before you head down.
Return to Munich by train in the afternoon, where you'll have the rest of the day to explore Bavaria's capital at your leisure.
Overnight accommodation: King's Hotel Center/InterCityHotel (or similar). You will have free time for lunch and dinner.
Day 3 - Munich to Augsburg (B)
After breakfast at your hotel, board the coach to continue to Augsburg, a well-known university town. On arrival, join a guided city tour (included) of Augsburg that departs from City Hall (Rathaus). See top Augsburg attractions, including the Augsburg Cathedral and the Fuggerei, named after an old trading family, the Fuggers, who made Augsburg their banking empire in the 15th and 16th centuries.
The rest of the day is yours to explore Augsburg independently.
Overnight accommodation: InterCityHotel (or similar). You will have free time for lunch and dinner.
Overnight accommodation: Hotel Spitzweg (or similar). You will have free time for lunch and dinner.
Day 5 - Rothenburg to Frankfurt (B)
Enjoy breakfast and start the last day of your trip with a Rothenburg city walk (included) with a local guide to see the top Rothenburg attractions, including the medieval old town, the town wall that has encircled the city since the 14th century and the Church of St Jacob, which treasures an altar by the famous wood-sculptor Tilmann Riemenschneider.
You’ll then head through the picturesque Spessart Mountains to Würzburg, a vibrant city on the banks of the River Main, before arriving in Frankfurt in the evening.
It was labeled as a guided tour however; it turned out to be a self guided tour. Extremely misleading and nerve racking for my parents (whom I bought this for). Everything turned out wonderfully however, be prepared to "figure" it out.
Trip itself is fine, but the company in Munich was very uncooperative in making changes and corrections. Indeed it was misleading in its initial web description, which it later changed without notification. I must note that Viator itself tried to work with us, but the tour operator ignored them as well.