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Germany's Romantic Road, Munich & Lake Constance Inclusive

Destination: GermanyOperator: National Holidays Terms
Departs: 11/05/2024Type: Sight Seeing
Duration: 9 daysQuality: Good * * *
Departs Via: North WestBoard: Half Board
Tour Code: J45961Transport: Coach Pickup
9 Day European Holiday Insurance £65.00 per person
Single Room £100.00 per person
Adults £799.00
Children £799.00
Deposit Per Person £150.00
* Children: Max age 12
* Babies: Not allowed
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An area rich in natural beauty, cultural heritage and lively traditions, Germany’s southernmost state of Bavaria has plenty to offer visitors. Together we explore this charming region with a scenic tour of the Romantic Road, one of Germany’s oldest tourist routes, which combines picturesque medieval walled towns and half-timbered houses with idyllic scenery. We also discover Bavaria’s capital city, Munich, and Lindau, a charming old island town on the eastern shores of Lake Constance.
Day 1
Ferry to Calais and overnight stay in France on a bed and breakfast basis.

Day 2
Continue on to our hotel in Langenau, stopping en-route in the spa town of Baden-Baden.

Day 3
We set off on a tour of the Romantic Road, one of the most well-travelled tourist routes in Germany. We combine picture-book scenery and sweeping vistas with visits to the medieval walled towns of Rothenburg and Dinkels, which feature beautiful half-timbered buildings, cobbled streets and alleyways.

Day 4
Day at leisure

Day 5
We visit Munich, the capital of Bavaria and one of Germany’s most attractive cities. Lying near the foot of the German Alps, the city is famous for its stunning architectural wonders, including the Frauenkirche, Munich's largest church with its two dome-topped Gothic towers and the City Hall in the Marienplatz, a lively square in the heart of the city.

Day 6
Join an optional excursion to charming Nuremberg, famous for its medieval walls, Gothic churches and ancient castle that give the city its distinctive skyline. Despite having been severely damaged in World War Two, many of Nuremberg’s medieval buildings have been painstakingly restored to their former glory. Our visit includes entrance to the former Nazi Rally Grounds, a vast area covering almost 11 square kilometres, scattered with the ruins of monumental structures, where Nazi party rallies were held between 1933 and 1938.

Day 7
Our destination today is the town of Lindau, uniquely located on an island on the eastern side of Lake Constance and set against a stunning backdrop of mountains. Explore the historic structures, lively squares and picturesque alleyways of the Old Town, stroll along the lakeside promenade or head to the bustling harbour where the entrance is flanked by a Bavarian lion and lighthouse.

Day 8
Travel to our overnight hotel in France, stopping en-route in the ancient university city of Heidelberg. A light evening meal is included tonight.

Day 9
Continue to Calais for our return ferry home.

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.
Venue Information
Jägerhaus Hotel, Langenau (JG3 rating)
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Pick-Up Points
.Acocks Green Bus Stop Outside British Heart Foundation Furniture & Electrical Shop Map
.Altrincham Bus Station-Stand M Map
.Anlaby Bus Stop, Opposite Red Lion Pub Map
.Ashton-Under-Lyne Bus Station Map
.Barnsley Travel Interchange, Stands 23 & 24 Map
.Beverley ASDA Norwood Map
.Billingham The Forum Map
.Birkenhead Old Pump House Map
.Birmingham Bus Stands Dental Hospital Map
.Blackburn Ainsworth Street Map
.Blackpool Central Coach Station Map
.Bradford Travel Interchange, Stand 4 Map
.Bridlington Layby Outside Holiday Travel Map
.Castleford Bus Stand CS Map
.Chesterfield Bay A/B - Coach Station Map
.Cleveleys Outside Nat West Bank Map
.Cottingham Cottingham Green Map
.Darlington The Dolphon Centre Layby Map
.Dewsbury Outside Bus Station Map
.Dudley Opposite Zoo Entrance Map
.Elloughton Adjacent To The Half Moon Map
.Fosse Park Coach Lay-by Map
.Gateshead Stand N Map
.Goole Airmyn Road Bus Stop Map
.Halifax Bus Station, Platform A7 Map
.Hartlepool Interchange - Stand 1 Map
.Hessle Bus Stop Map
.Huddersfield Bus Station, Stand B Map
.Hull Paragon Interchange Map
.Leeds Leeds Coach Station Map
.Leicester St Margaret's Bus Station Map
.Liverpool Inbetween The Two Lion S At St. George’s Hall Map
.Loughborough Bus Stand The Rushes Map
.Manchester Chorlton Street Map
.Mansfield Bus Lay-by - Outside Argos Map
.Milton Keynes Milton Keynes Coachway Map
.Northampton Coach Lay By On Victoria Street Map
.Oldham Stand C Bus Station Map
.Preston Bus Station Map
.Rotherham Interchange, Stand C1-C2 Map
.Scarborough Outside Scarborough Train Station Map
.Sheffield Stand E4/E5/E6 Map
.Solihull Bus Stop Opposite Railway Station Map
.South Shields Bus Stop (Tesco Express) Map
.St Helens Bus Stop Opposite Central Station Map
.Stockport Bus Station Map
.Stockton Swallow Hotel, High Street Map
.Sunderland Park Lane Transport Interchange Map
.Wakefield Rear Of Bus Station Map
.Wallsend Metro Interchange Map
.Walsall Bus Shelter Outside Enoch Evans Map
.Warrington Coach Stop Map
.Whitley Bay Opposite The Bedroom, (Formally Victoria Pub) Map
.York Bus Stops CD / CE Beside The Grand Hotel Map
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