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4-Day Tour from Munich to Frankfurt: Romantic Road, Rothenburg, Augsburg, Neuschwanstein Castle

Depart Munich in a comfortable coach, and start your four-day independent tour with a drive to the spectacular Linderhof Palace and Neuschwanstein Castle. You’re free to explore the castles on your own, admiring the two famous homes of King Ludwig II, an eccentric monarch nicknamed the Fairy Tale King. Spend your second day in the university town of Augsburg, where you’ll enjoy a city tour, as well as free time to explore on your own. Continue your tour along the Romantic Road enjoying relaxing drives through picturesque towns and scenic landscapes and passing the medieval villages of Dinkelsbühl and Nördlingen. Next day, spend time in Rothenburg ob der Tauber, and join a guided walk through the city, where you’ll learn about Rothenburg’s importance in the Middle Ages and see its top attractions, including the medieval old town and town wall. Your four-day tour ends with a drive through the Spessart Mountains, making a stop in Würzburg before arriving in Frankfurt.Please see the Itinerary section below for details on each day of the tour.

$41.10 Day Trips & Excursions

Day trip to Würzburg

The Coach leaves the bus station in Frankfurt (next to the main station) every morning at 8:00 am, from areas A and A1 - A3; they return at 8:30 pm, so that there is a sufficient time available in Würzburg for individual sightseeing and free time. The coach goes directly from Frankfurt to Würzburg, via Aschaffenburg and Wertheim Village and arrives at the Würzburg Residence at 09:40 am. Departure from the Residence in Würzburg back to Frankfurt is at 18:50 pm. Würzburg at the river Main The warm evening light illuminates the roofs, turrets and domes; the Prince-Bishop’s Residence glows with a deep yellow; the gentle hills of the Franconian wine region are a lush green. People come together for a glass of wine on the Old Bridge over the Main, and enjoy the last rays of sunshine with a cocktail on the city beach. Those who leave the old town and climb up to the Marienberg Fortress are rewarded at the end of their walk: with a view that spectacularly highlights Würzburg’s unique position, the vibrancy of the city, and its cultural richness.

$75.35 Day Trips & Excursions

Day trip to Rothenburg ob der Tauber

The bus leaves the bus station in Frankfurt (next to the main station) every morning at 8:00 am from areas A and A1 - A3; it returns at 8:30 pm, you have 30 minutes to take pictures at the Residenz in Würzburg. At 10. 10 am we continue to Weikersheim. Here you can explore Weikersheim for 30 minutes. There is the possibility of a special guided tour through the castle and park. At 11:45 am the journey continues to your destination Rothenburg o. d. Tauber which you will reach at 12:20 pm. There you have enough time for individual sightseeing and leisure activities. The bus goes from Frankfurt via Aschaffenburg, Wertheim Village and Würzburg to Bad Mergentheim, then on to Weikersheim to Rothenburg o. d. Tauber. Return to Frankfurt at 16:50. After only another 220 steps, the destination is reached and the reward is breath-taking. From the tower of the town hall can be seen the picturesque Tauber valley and Rothenburg’s medieval old town, in all its glory: the churches, the completely intact town walls, walkable for two kilometres, and the market square that people traverse on their way to the Plönlein, the Crime Museum or the tower walkway. Just beneath the viewing platform, a stork has taken up position on the roof of the town hall. It calmly observes the comings and goings below for a while, before stretching its wings and flying off to its nest on the Markustor.

$477.24 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Freiburg, Heidelberg, Wuerzburg 4-Day Self-Driving Beer Tour

Your self-drive journey begins in Freiburg, a vibrant university town where brewing beer has been a traditional craft for many years. Enjoy a guided city tour and visit one of the Freiburg’s largest breweries, where you will learn all you need to know about the 1516 German Beer Purity Law. Afterwards, spend the evening in one of Freiburg’s many beer gardens and enjoy an overnight stay in a 4-star hotel, including a buffet breakfast and 3-course dinner for two at the hotel restaurant (excluding drinks).The next day you will continue to Heidelberg, situated on the River Neckar in south-west Germany. As early as the 18th century, the town was home to a number of small breweries. Of these, the last surviving brewery is Heidelberger Schlossquell, which was first mentioned in 1753. Your overnight stay in a 3-star hotel includes a glass of sparkling or mulled wine upon arrival (depending on the season), and a buffet breakfast in the morning, as well as a 3-course dinner for two at a partner restaurant in Heidelberg (excluding drinks).Your last stop on the tour is Würzburg, in the Bavarian region of Lower Franconia. Bavaria is known far and wide as the home of beer, but less well known is that it was once famous for wine-growing. Beer brewing was only introduced to the area after the Thirty Years’ War – before this, it was restricted to the north of Germany. Visit the traditional Würzburger Hofbräu brewery pub, which produces a locally well-known pilsner beer, and perhaps combine your visit with a brewery tour. Later, enjoy an overnight stay in a 3-star hotel in Würzburg, including a buffet breakfast and a 3-course dinner for two in the hotel restaurant (excluding drinks) before your journey ends the next day.

$634.80 Food, Wine & Nightlife

The Art and Science of Beer Brewing Self-Drive Tour from Wuerzburg to Wiesbaden, Koblenz and Trier

Begin your journey in Würzburg, Bavaria, where Germany's first purity laws for beer brewing were written. Enjoy a 3-course dinner for two in your hotel's restaurant (drinks are at your own expense) and get a sampling of traditional Bavarian cuisine. After a relaxing sleep and a hearty breakfast at the hotel, continue your journey in your own car to Wiesbaden. A rental car can be arranged for you at an additional expense.Arrive in Wiesbaden, a Hessian city that's better known for growing wine grapes than for brewing beer, and explore the paths formed by the brewing tradition. Enjoy an overnight stay at a 3-star superior hotel in Wiesbaden and also discover the Casino in Wiesbaden (entrance included) with this tour.The next day takes you on to Koblenz. It is recommended to visit the annual ‘Bierbörse’ festival during your stay in Koblenz, which takes place along the banks of the Rhine. Enjoy two-night stays at a 4-star superior hotel in Koblenz including complimentary use of the hotel spa. During your first evening, have the chance to enjoy a delicious 4-course meal (drinks not included) in your hotel as well as a seasonal dinner for two in your Koblenz hotel restaurant (drinks not included) during your second evening. Discover Koblenz further from the water and enjoy a 2.5-hour boat tour to Loreley during your stay in Koblenz. After two unforgettable days in Koblenz, your journey will carry you on to Trier, which was once known as a “Second Rome” city. Enjoy a 3-course dinner for two in your 3-star hotel's restaurant (drinks not included) in Trier. This is also where your journey will come to an end with a cold beer in one of Trier’s many beer gardens.

$534.33 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Beer Brewing History Self-Drive Tour from Wiesbaden to Regensburg including Wuerzburg and Nuremberg with NurembergCard

Your journey begins in Wiesbaden, known more for its wine than its beer but a good place to learn all about the history of beer brewing. Spend your first night in a 3-star superior hotel including buffet breakfast and also enjoy free entrance to the Casino in Wiesbaden.The next day will bring you on to Würzburg with its Marienberg Fortress. The city is also home to three breweries, including one within the monastery. If you want to find out how important beer is for the people of Würzburg, take a look into their history and the infamous beer riots. These happened as a result of the citizens of Würzburg revolting against an increase in the price of beer. Spend an overnight stay in a 3-star hotel in Wurzburg  including breakfast buffet and also enjoy a 3-course dinner the hotel restaurant (drinks not included) in Wurzburg.Your next stop is Nuremberg where you will spend an overnight stay in a 4-star hotel in including a complimentary welcome drink and buffet breakfast. Enjoy also a 3-course dinner for two in the hotel restaurant (drinks not included). Nurembergers like to call their city the home of red beer – but there are differing opinions about this. As you visit this historic city, you can make your mind up for yourself as to the origin of red beer. You will also be able to enjoy the offering of the NurembergCard (included in your package), which also includes ticket for all public transport routes.On your last day, you will visit Regensburg. There is even more to learn about beer here. If the rumors are to be believed, it was here that the purity laws were first set out on paper. Enjoy an overnight stay in a 3-star hotel in Regensburg including buffet breakfast and a 3-course dinner in the hotel restaurant (including glass of sparkling wine).