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Beautiful Germany (Munich - Nuremburg - Wurzburg - Regensburg - Rothenburg - Frankfurt - Self Drive)

12 to 18+ Nights from $1,207*
* This sample price: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on 10/8/2024. Choose your own arrival dates.

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This 12 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Hotel for 2 nights in Munich
  • Rental Car for 11 days
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Nuremburg
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Wurzburg
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Regensburg
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Rothenburg
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Frankfurt
  • Driving Time
    Munich - Nuremburg:1 hr. 55 mins. approx.
    Nuremburg - Wurzburg:1 hr. 25 mins. approx.
    Wurzburg - Regensburg:2 hrs. 25 mins. approx.
    Regensburg - Rothenburg: 2 hrs. 15 mins. approx.
    Rothenburg - Frankfurt: 2 hrs. 10 mins. approx.

Explore the beautiful Germany!. Combine Munich (big-city style with rural charm, Alpine character art treasures and the Oktoberfest), Nuremburg (famous for its historical landmarks like the imperial castle and the walled Old Town), Wurzburg, Regensburg, Rothenburg (well known for its well-preserved medieval old town, a destination for tourists from around the world) and Frankfurt (the unique `Museum Mile` along the banks of the Main river, traditional cider pubs in Sachsenhausen) with a Rental Car. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Munich

  • Nuremberg

  • Wurzburg

  • Regensburg

  • Rothenburg ob der tauber

  • Frankfurt

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Trip Summary

  • Munich

    Big-city style and rural charm, Alpine character and Mediterranean verve, art treasures and the Oktoberfest, traditional customs and high technology, beer gardens and haute cuisine, operas and cool bars; these are all ingredients that makes Bavaria's state capital so endlessly fascinating, and so popular with visitors from all over the world. Sprawling Munich is one of Germany's major cultural centers, second only to Berlin in terms of museums and theaters. It's also one of Germany's most festive cities, and its location, at the foot of the Alps, is idyllic. Munich's self-imposed image is that of a fun-loving and festival-addicted city - typified by its Oktoberfest. Explore Marienplatz and the New Town Hall of Munich, Frauenkirche - Cathedral of Our Blessed Lady, Dachau Concentration Camp, The English Garden, Beer Halls, Viktualienmarkt, Residence Palace of Munich, Deutsches Museum, Museums Ensemble: Alte Pinakothek, Neue Pinakothek, Pinakothek der Moderne, Olympic Stadium of Munich, BMW Museum and much more.

  • Nuremberg

    Nurnberg had suffered a lot of damages during the war but nowadays has regained its vitality and is now a symbol of postwar prosperity. Many of Nurnberg's most important buildings, including some of the finest churches in Germany have been restored. The Altstadt (Old City) is a medieval walled city with large pedestrian walkways. Don't miss the city's churches: Frauenkirche St. Lorenze Kirche and St. Sebaldus Kirche and the Albrecht Durer House where the artist lived for 20 years.

    Explore the Imperial Castle of Nuremberg, Old Town, Hauptmarkt, Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds, Palace of Justice, Natural History Museum, Albrecht Durer`s House, Art Bunker, Churches, and so much more!

  • Wurzburg

    Würzburg the capital of Lower Franconia is one of the loveliest baroque cities in the country and became famous as the center of Franconian wine production. Called "the town of Madonnas" because of the more than 100 statues of its patron saint that adorn the house fronts, it is also the best place to start driving the Romantic Road. A famous landmark of Wurzburg is the mighty fortress Festung Marienberg, from where you get a nice view over the famous sights and the pilgrimage church Käppele, also an idyllic spot on a hill above the town. In spring and summer, the liveliest place in town is the Markt (central marketplace). Here street performers entertain and vendors hawk their wares, ranging from fresh fruit to souvenir trinkets. You can also stroll down the traffic-free Schönbornstrasse, with its modern boutiques and cafes. The wine merchants here will sell you a Bocksbeutel, the emerald-green, narrow-necked wine bottle that's native to the region. It's said that the shape came about because wine-drinking monks found it the easiest to hide under their robes.

    Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site - Würzburg Residence, Marienberg Fortress, Würzburg Cathedral, Alte Mainbrücke, Würzburg Market Square, and more!

  • Regensburg

    Regensburg stands on the banks of the Bavarian Danube for about 2000 years. Although obscure for many foreign tourists, its rich history left very well-preserved fingerprints of different historical and architectural era. The main Gothic buildings are the grandiose Stone Bridge (in service since 1146) and the medieval Dom, the main piece of the Bavarian Gothic architecture. The visitor can also admire Romanesque churches from 11th-13th centuries, great towers and castles (St. Emmeram's Abbey).

    Visit Regensburg Cathedral, the Stone Bridge, the Historic Old Town, Thurn und Taxis Palace, Walhalla Memorial, St. Emmeram's Abbey, and so much more!

  • Rothenburg ob der tauber

    Rothenburg ob der tauber is often considered one of the most attractive towns in Germany, it`s also one of the most popular stopovers on the country`s beautiful Romantic Road tourist route. Picturesquely positioned on the steep banks of the River Tauber, its walls and towers have remained unharmed since the Thirty Years War of 1618. Adding to the experience are the many great museums dealing with the town`s rich history, along with countless architectural splendors such as the 13th-century Town Hall (Rathaus), the 14th-century Council Tavern, and its many fine old churches. As you explore the town`s impressive old streets and buildings, you`ll feel as if you stepped back in time. St. Jacobs' Church, Market Square, The Town Hall, The Old Town Walls, Medieval Crime Museum, The Christmas Museum, The Imperial Town Museum, Double Bridge, Old Town, and so much more!

  • Frankfurt

    Frankfurt is the financial capital of Germany, and for many travelers, the gateway to Europe. A closer look reveals there is much more to offer; from arts, outdoors, and shopping, to historic building and high-rises. Frankfurt has also long been an important center for cultural and tourism activities. Its huge trade fair complex, Messe Frankfurt, hosts important events such as the Frankfurt Book Fair (the world's most important publishing event). The city is known for its exceptional number of fine museums covering art, science, and history. The Romerberg, Museum District (Museumsufer), The Palm Garden (Palmengarten), St. Bartholomew's Cathedral, The Hauptwache, Goethe House and Museum, The Frankfurt Museum of Modern Art, Zoo Frankfurt, Stadel Museum, and so much more!

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