Day trip from Frankfurt to Würzburg/ Romantic Road Würzburg, alongsite the Main river, is watched over by its prominent landmark, Fortress Marienberg. The city`s spectacular highlight is the Baroque Residence Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring the world`s largest ceiling fresco by the Venetian painter Tiepolo. Even Hollywood was impressed by its splendor: parts of the Blockbuster movie: "The Three Musketeers" were filmed here. Guided tours in English are available every day.
• 1 day
Rothenburg ob der Tauber located on the famous Romantic Road, stands as a world-famous relic of the lovely archi- tecture of a bygone era. The silhouette of gate and defense towers conveys the aura of a fairy tale. As you enter through one of the old gates, you will immediately feel secure within the time-honored walls of this romantic place. The town‘s museums also offer exciting journeys through time: the Medieval Crime and Justice Museum exhibits suspenseful legal history. The close-by Imperial City Museum presents a monastery kitchen and a monastery garden with medicinal herbs and the German Christmas Museum tells the story of the tradition-steeped family celebration. Local festivals, theater, and music events as well as a wide range of hospitality offerings guarantee a pleasant, colorful stay
• 1 day
Experience Würzburg iN Style! Stay for two nights in a charming castle hotel overlooking the historic city center, amidst the vineyards, with gourmet breakfasts served in the Knight's Hall or on the sun terrace featuring freshly baked breads and sweets, plus local specialties.Access to the spa with swimming pool is also included. A fruit basket awaits you in your room beautifully furnished with many special touches. A fine dining experience -- four-course chef's selection dinner by candlelight -- awaits you on one of the evenings.
• 3 days
Enjoy picturesque views on your 90-minute guided walking tour of the Old Town of Würzburg. You will take part in a public guided walking tour that features informative commentary from your certified guide as you pass by monumental churches, imposing houses and the lesser known spots of the city. You'll pass the Falkenhaus with its magnificent rococo facade and the Neumünster chuch before heading to the Old Main Bridge with breathtaking views of Marienberg Fortress.
• 1.5 hours
Take the chance and explore Bad Mergentheim with the Romantic Road Coach on your way along the Romantic Road. Get your own picture of Bad Mergentheim: flowering meadows along the Tauber, sun-drenched vineyards, one of the most beautiful spa garden systems in Germany, the lively pedestrian area with its attractive shops and lively cafés that invite you to linger there. On the market place, fine half-timbered houses and Baroque palaces are grouped around the magnificent Renaissance Town Hall and the Mister of St. John. Bad Mergentheim is also famous for its Castle of the Teutonic Order with chapel and museum and the Stuppacher Madonna. And above it all is the air of an enchanting city that unobtrusively brings together history and the present, nature and culture, health and wellness. A town that wholeheartedly takes care of you and wishes you an unforgettable and beneficial stay.
• 1 day
Embedded in vineyards, Weikersheim is distinguished by a splendid Renaissance palace surrounded by magnificent gardens a`la Versailles. Unique are the fully preserved interior furnishings, which date back to the 16th to 18th centuries. Also unique in terms of buildings, the ´Kornbau´(granary), which houses the Tauberland Village Museum, the Gothic parish chuch and the Rococo fountain. Weikersheim has an excellent network of hiking and cycling trails.
• 1 day
In 1950, the Korean War broke out. US President Harry S. Truman A road as a flagship What the inventors of the Romantic Road had in mind would be called active image cultivation today. When the holiday route between Würzburg and Füssen was officially brought into being in 1950, it was intended to be the flagship of a friendly Germany, a Germany far away from the Hitler terror and the piles of rubble: a route rich in culture and history, with Medieval towns, half-timbered buildings, palaces, castles, gentle hilly landscapes and vineyards, one after another, like pearls on a string. A trip through a country that is open, friendly and closely linked with the history of Europe.
• 2 days
• Coach transportation as per itinerary• Two overnight stays including breakfast• Regular half-day tour to Heidelberg including Heidelberg Castle with Inner Courtyard• Taxi transfers in Rothenburg: bus stop – hotel and hotel – bus stop• City walk in Rothenburg• Tour documentation including maps• service charges, tax
• 3 days
Meeting point: Congress Centrum / Turmgasse 11 or Meeting Point at hotel possible if central, without extra chargeDuration: 2hEnd location: Any central point in the cityMaximum 35 participants per GuideYou will see:*Marketplace*Residence*Falkenhaus*Marienkapelle*Town Hall*Vierröhrenbrunnen (Fountain)*Marienberg Fortress (optional)*Marienbrücke (St. Mary’s river bridge)*Dom (Cathedral)You will learn about:*History of the city and its role*The importance of the wine region*Marienberg Fortress and the Main River*Balthasar Neumann, a famous German architect of the Baroque era*Tilman Riemenschneider, a famous German sculptor
• 2 hours