Fall in love with the historic inland of Germany!
Τhe romantic road is the dream of every lover that becomes a reality, traveling through the Franconian vineyards and the Bavarian kingdom while enjoying the kitchen of southern Germany all the way.
There is a reason why the road from Würzburg to Fussen that crosses southern Germany is known as the “romantic road”
Along its length of 354 km, flowers flow from the balconies of wooden houses, unspoiled vineyards enjoy the sun and infinite small lakes rotate beneath the terrific Alps.
Traveling to these windy places give you an experience of enjoying an extremely emotional landscape.
Start from Würzburg, an old baroque town of 124,577 inhabitants, which remains youthful thanks to too many students.
Tip #1: Don’t forget to visit the Renaissance palace with the 350 rooms, which is UNESCO World Heritage Site
An hour away by car you will arrive at Rothenburg ob der Tauber, the best example of a medieval city in Europe.
At the southern side, see more from medieval Germany in Nördlingen with tiled roofs that does not seem to let the past centuries pass through its walls.
One of Europe’s most impressive medieval castles is dominated by Harburg, a village of 6,000 farmers and craftsmen.
In Steingaden see the bucolic meadow and the simple façade of the Wies church
Perhaps the most fascinating thing along the Romantic Road is Neuschwanstein castle,
an impressive castle hovering in an equally theatrical landscape with muddy mountains and beautiful lakes.
Tip #2: It’s an all-time destination, but summer is the high season
All these wonderful attractions, and many more are connected with a two-way road that is enjoyable either by car or by bike.
Tip #3: You can arrive either at Munich or at Frankfurt