From the Romantic Road to Neuschwanstein, from Bavaria to Tyrol. From Germany to Austria in only 3 days.
With the best of Bavaria and Tyrol private tour. Explore the Romantic Road (Romantische Strasse). Which is by far the most popular of Germany’s holiday routes. Experience the medieval villages, visit the fairy tale castle of Neuschwanstein, explore Innsbruck, and enjoy Swarovski Crystal World.Book Now
|DURATION||Day 1 at 9:00 am to Day 3 at 5:00 pm approx.|
|PRICE FORM||*€708 p. person from Munich
*Prices are subject to change depending on group size
Children are more than welcome with very special discounts.
Day 1: Romantic Road (Harburg Castle + Dinkelsbühl + Rothenburg ob der Tauber)
Your private guide will pick you up at your Munich hotel or your preferred location to start the tour.
First, we drive to Harburg Castle, looming over the Wörnitz River. The medieval covered parapets, towers, turrets, keep, and red-tiled roofs of the 12th-century. Schloss Harburg is so perfectly preserved they almost seem like a film set.
Then, we continue the Romantic Road to immaculately preserved Dinkelsbühl. Proudly traces its roots to a royal residence founded by Carolingian kings in the 8th century. Saved from destruction in the Thirty Years War and ignored by WWII bombers, this is arguably the Romantic Road’s quaintest and most authentically medieval art.
Time for lunch. Afterward, we head to the jewel of the Romantic Road Rothenburg ob der Tauber, one of Europe’s best-preserved medieval cities. Despite being on the wrong side of the 30 Years War, the city escaped damage but was driven into poverty. And since there was no money for development, the town was preserved. Hotel and dinner in Rothenburg.
Day 2: Drive to Füssen (Neuschwanstein + Linderhof + Oberammergau
After breakfast, we drive to Füssen. Time to visit the fairy tale castle (Neuschwanstein Castle), the most visited castle in south Germany. First, we take the shuttle to Mary’s Bridge (Marienbrücke) for some magnificent pictures “as long as the bridge is open, and the shuttle bus is operating”. Then, we walk to Neuschwanstein Castle (was the inspiration for Disney castle). Afterward, from the castle’s foot, we take a horse carriage to Hohenschwangau village.
(With Skip the Line service, you don’t have to worry about waiting for hours to get tickets or the tour it is sold out when you arrive).
Time to grab some lunch before we head to visit the famous Wieskirche (the church in the meadow). Wieskirche or Wies Church is one of the most important places of pilgrimage in southern Germany.
Afterward, we drive to the picturesque village of Oberammergau where is the original Passion Play in 1634 started and famous for the wood carving and House paintings, and more. Hungry?! Time for a very traditional German dinner, overnight at Füssen hotel.
Day 3: Swarovski Crystal World + Innsbruck and back to Munich
After breakfast, we leave Bavaria for Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol. Amidst the charming Old Town, a classic Austrian hybrid of Gothic and Baroque. Explore, with your guide, Innsbruck’s greatest tourist attraction and certainly its most characteristic landmark, The Golden Roof.
Innsbruck’s Old Town is a small area of sturdy medieval houses, many attractively painted in pastel colors and supported by sloping earthquake buttresses.
Time for lunch. Afterward, we drive shortly to The Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens. It is a mystic and mysterious place. An incredible fairy tale kingdom of crystal created by the renowned artist André Heller. Awaits the visitor within the “Giant”. This world of art at the majestic Alpine mountains of Tyrol is famous all over the world and attracts countless visitors every year. Experience the spectacular exhibitions with extraordinary exhibits at 4,000 sqm.
We return to Munich in the late afternoon