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Germany's Romantic Road, Lake Constance & Munich Inclusive

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  • Duration: 9 days
  • Board Basis: Mixed Board
  • Tour Ref: D2T15821

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

9 days

9 Days Away - 2022

Join us on this wonderful break to explore one of Germany’s most ancient tourist routes, the fascinating Romantic Road. Expect glorious mountainous scenery and crooked olde worlde houses straight out of a fairy tale. This unforgettable tour also takes us to lively Munich and stunning Lake Constance.

PRICE FROM ? £559 per person
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Itinerary

What’s Included?

  • Return coach travel and ferry crossings
  • First and last night on a bed and breakfast basis in France/Germany
  • 6 nights all inclusive at the 3-star Jagerhaus Hotel, Langenau with:
    • Dinner & breakfast
    • Lunch (packed lunches on excursion days)
    • 5 free drinks every evening (beer, house wine, soft drinks, tea & coffee)
  • Included visit to Baden-Baden
  • Scenic drive along Germany's Romantic Road (including Rothenburg & Dinkelsbühl)
  • Free excursion to Munich
  • Free excursion to Lindau on Lake Constance
  • Included visit to Heidelberg

    Optional excursion to Nuremberg & the Nazi Party Rally Grounds (£22pp)

Germany's Romantic Road

Germany's Romantic Road

Stunning Alpine scenery, ancient walled towns and classic castles are just a few must-sees on Germany’s Romantic Road. The quaint towns of Rothenburg and Dinkelsbühl burst with character and cosy, little cobblestone squares. Be sure sample a schneeballen sugared pastry as you explore the lovely boutiques.

Other places of interest include Heidenheim, with a striking castle and charming medieval timber-framed houses, along with Nördlingen, which boasts a postcard-worthy covered sentry’s walk and a sea of terracotta rooftops.

Munich

Munich

Just a stone’s throw from the famous German Alps, the city of Munich is a bustling feast of art and culture. The capital of Bavaria offers many architectural delights, historical sites and museums, plus a huge range of beer halls and gardens.

The famous double domed Frauenkirche church is well worth a look, and the vibrant Marienplatz square in Munich’s old town is perfect to sample some traditional Bavarian food and drink.

Lake Constance

Lake Constance

Bordering Germany, Austria and Switzerland and lying below the northern edge of the Alps, the shores of Lake Constance are a patchwork of baroque churches, Benedictine abbeys, vineyards and lovely beaches.

Lindau on Lake Constance

The picturesque town of Lindau, situated on an island just off the shores of Lake Constance offers stunning views of the Austrian and Swiss Alps. With plenty of curious cobblestone passageways just waiting to be explored, there is so much to discover in this medieval town. Take the time to visit the old lighthouse or the beautiful merchant house of Cavazzen before kicking back in one of the squares to watch the world go by.

Baden-Baden

Baden-Baden

Baden-Baden is a photographer’s dream! A flurry of rainbow, Baroque houses clutch onto the edge of the River Rhine, which meanders through this quaint, fairy tale town. Nestled at the foothills of the Black Forest, you’d half-expect to bump into Hansel and Gretel as you wander through the network of tiny streets.

Heidelberg

Heidelberg

The beautiful city of Heidelberg has plenty of charm and historic attractions. Built on the banks of the River Neckar, Germany’s oldest and most famous university city is surrounded by lush green forests and is renowned for its hilltop castle, iconic Old Bridge and Baroque-style Old Town full of narrow streets and grand, beautifully-preserved buildings. Pop to the Marktplatz to grab some local cuisine (anyone for crispy roast pork knuckles?) before browsing the little shops and don’t forget to admire the famous red sandstone Church of the Holy Spirit with its iconic basilica.

Nuremberg & the Nazi Party Rally Grounds

Nuremberg & the Nazi Party Rally Grounds

Packed with lazy canals and curvy cobblestone streets, Germany’s second largest city is fascinating to explore and bursting with history. Its stunning skyline features plenty of ancient churches, the striking silhouette of the castle’s tower, plus the famous medieval fortifications.

The Nazis utilised the city for their activities including their fanatical rallies in the mid-1930s and we have time explore the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds during our visit – a huge area of almost 11 square kilometres, scattered with the ruins of monumental structures.

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Accommodation

Jagerhaus Hotel, Langenau Jagerhaus Hotel, Langenau

Nestled in the charming town of Langenau, the family-run Jagerhaus (which means Hunting Lodge) is ideally situated for our inclusive itinerary. Boasting comfortable bedrooms, we can expect a warm and friendly welcome.

Hotel Features: Bedrooms with en-suite facilities, TV and safe ● Restaurant ● Bar ● Terrace ● Garden ● Wi-Fi in public areas ● Lift

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