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The Art and Science of Beer Brewing Self-Drive Tour from Wuerzburg to Wiesbaden, Koblenz and Trier

The Art and Science of Beer Brewing Self-Drive Tour from Wuerzburg to Wiesbaden, Koblenz and Trier - Würzburg, Germany

Duration: 6 days
Location: Würzburg, Germany

From USD
$647.98

Spend this 6-day 5-night road trip discovering more about the art and science of German beer brewing on this self-guided driving tour of some of Germany's best-known "beer towns." Spend a day or two each in Wuerzburg, Wiesbaden, Koblenz, and Trier as you explore the surrounding areas — and of course, sample the local brews. Your tour package includes hotel accommodations, breakfast, dinner, and a boat ride in Koblenz ... More info ›

Spend this 6-day 5-night road trip discovering more about the art and science of German beer brewing on this self-guided driving tour of some of Germany's best-known "beer towns." Spend a day or two each in Wuerzburg, Wiesbaden, Koblenz, and Trier as you explore the surrounding areas — and of course, sample the local brews. Your tour package includes hotel accommodations, breakfast, dinner, and a boat ride in Koblenz. A rental car can be arranged for an additional cost. Lunch, snacks, and all beverages are at your own expense.

Begin your journey in Würzburg, Bavaria, where Germany's first purity laws for beer brewing were written. Enjoy a 3-course dinner for two in your hotel's restaurant (drinks are at your own expense) and get a sampling of traditional Bavarian cuisine. After a relaxing sleep and a hearty breakfast at the hotel, continue your journey in your own car to Wiesbaden. A rental car can be arranged for you at an additional expense.

Arrive in Wiesbaden, a Hessian city that's better known for growing wine grapes than for brewing beer, and explore the paths formed by the brewing tradition. Enjoy an overnight stay at a 3-star superior hotel in Wiesbaden and also discover the Casino in Wiesbaden (entrance included) with this tour.

The next day takes you on to Koblenz. It is recommended to visit the annual ‘Bierbörse’ festival during your stay in Koblenz, which takes place along the banks of the Rhine. Enjoy two-night stays at a 4-star superior hotel in Koblenz including complimentary use of the hotel spa. During your first evening, have the chance to enjoy a delicious 4-course meal (drinks not included) in your hotel as well as a seasonal dinner for two in your Koblenz hotel restaurant (drinks not included) during your second evening. Discover Koblenz further from the water and enjoy a 2.5-hour boat tour to Loreley during your stay in Koblenz.

After two unforgettable days in Koblenz, your journey will carry you on to Trier, which was once known as a “Second Rome” city. Enjoy a 3-course dinner for two in your 3-star hotel's restaurant (drinks not included) in Trier. This is also where your journey will come to an end with a cold beer in one of Trier’s many beer gardens.

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Castles and Places along the Romantic Road

Castles and Places along the Romantic Road - Würzburg, Germany

Duration: 5 days
Location: Würzburg, Germany

From USD
$485.99

  • Self drive tour available all year around
  • From the River Main to the Alps - From Würzburg to Füssen
  • More than 460 fascinating kilometres between tradition and trends 

Itinerary
Day 1:
Würzburg – Wertheim The trip starts at the Residential Palace of the Prince Bishops in Würzburg, which has been one of the UNESCO world heritage sites since 1981. Wertheim castle is one of the most beautiful ruined stone castles in Southern Germany ... More info ›

  • Self drive tour available all year around
  • From the River Main to the Alps - From Würzburg to Füssen
  • More than 460 fascinating kilometres between tradition and trends 

Itinerary
Day 1:
Würzburg – Wertheim The trip starts at the Residential Palace of the Prince Bishops in Würzburg, which has been one of the UNESCO world heritage sites since 1981. Wertheim castle is one of the most beautiful ruined stone castles in Southern Germany.

Day 2:
Wertheim – Schillingsfürst Surrounding the two palaces Schloss Gamburg and Schloss Weikersheim are unique baroque gardens. The Palace of the former Elector of Mainz in Tauberbischofsheim was once the administrative centre of the Electorate of Mainz and the history of Bad Mergentheim is closely associated with that of the German Order (formerly: Teutonic Order). The Palace Gardens are extensive and arranged in the English style.

Day 3:
Schillingsfürst – Harburg From the Baroque Palace of the Princes of Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst there is a magnificent view of the Franconian Heights. Not far from the summer residence of the Princes of OettingenWallerstein lies Schloss Baldern; constructed in the baroque style, it still belongs to the family today. And Harburg Castle, built in the 12th century to protect the ancient trading route, stands above the town of the same name.

Day 4:
Harburg – Schwangau The trip continues southwards along the river Lech, past the former Palace in Rain and the Wittelsbach Palace in Friedberg, straight across the Pfaffenwinkel region to the Wieskirche and on to the so-called 'Königswinkel' or 'Kings' Nook', with its two royal palaces Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau. Before visiting the palaces, it is well worth taking a look inside the museum dedicated to the Bavarian kings.

Day 5:
Füssen The last palace on the Romantic Road is to be found in Bavaria's highest lying town – the Hohes Schloss (High Palace) in Füssen. The late gothic fortified castle was, for centuries, the summer Residence of the Prince Bishops of Augsburg and offers the most beautiful view over this town by the river Lech.

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Wurzburg Private Walking Tour

Wurzburg Private Walking Tour - Würzburg, Germany

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Würzburg, Germany

From USD
$145.68

Meeting point: Congress Centrum / Turmgasse 11 (other Meeting point possible upon request)
Duration: 2h
End location: Any central point in the city
Maximum 35 participants per Guide

You will see:

*Marketplace
*Residence
*Falkenhaus
*Marienkapelle
*Town Hall
*Vierröhrenbrunnen (Fountain)
*Marienberg Fortress (optional)
*Marienbrücke (St. Mary’s river bridge)
*Dom (Cathedral)

You will learn about:
*History of the city and its role
*The importance of the wine region
*Marienberg Fortress and the Main River
*Balthasar Neumann, a famous German architect of the Baroque era
*Tilman Riemenschneider, a famous German sculptor

Halfway between Frankfurt and Nuremberg, and easily overlooked by bigger Bavarian cities, this jewel on the Main River is home to the country’s most important wine regions and vineyards and boast a wide variety of monumental landmarks such as the massive Marienberg Fortress that overlooks the river valley, the Falkenhaus with its Rococo facade, the gothic Marienkapelle (Chapel of St ... More info ›

Meeting point: Congress Centrum / Turmgasse 11 (other Meeting point possible upon request)
Duration: 2h
End location: Any central point in the city
Maximum 35 participants per Guide

You will see:

*Marketplace
*Residence
*Falkenhaus
*Marienkapelle
*Town Hall
*Vierröhrenbrunnen (Fountain)
*Marienberg Fortress (optional)
*Marienbrücke (St. Mary’s river bridge)
*Dom (Cathedral)

You will learn about:
*History of the city and its role
*The importance of the wine region
*Marienberg Fortress and the Main River
*Balthasar Neumann, a famous German architect of the Baroque era
*Tilman Riemenschneider, a famous German sculptor

Halfway between Frankfurt and Nuremberg, and easily overlooked by bigger Bavarian cities, this jewel on the Main River is home to the country’s most important wine regions and vineyards and boast a wide variety of monumental landmarks such as the massive Marienberg Fortress that overlooks the river valley, the Falkenhaus with its Rococo facade, the gothic Marienkapelle (Chapel of St. Mary). The Market Square, the historic Town Hall,Neumünster church with the Lusamgärtchen and the resting place of the famous medieval German minstrel Walther von der Vogelweide, the Alte Mainbrücke (Old Main River Bridge) that offers a spectacular view of the Marienberg Fortress. Enjoy the view of Residence, designed by Balthasar Neumann a prominent German baroque architect who was a great innovator in his own right, who combined design and function unprecedented at the time.The Old Town center is ideal for walking tours.

We will walk towards the market square where you will see the first two prominent landmarks, the Falkenhaus an inn built in the 18th century with a lovely rococo facade. Just north of the marketplace lies the Marienkapele (Mary’s Chapel) with its well preserved gothic architecture and beautiful statues made by famous German sculptor Tilman Riemenschneider. It’s a short walk from there to the town hall and the large baroque fountain, the “Vierröhrenbrunnen”, from this point we will be crossing the old bridge over the main river which is also a great photo opportunity. (Optional on this tour is the Marienberg Fortress across the river, which is accessible by public transport or on foot. It’s about a 20 minute walk up to the fortress if you prefer walking, and from there you will have a spectacular view of the Main river valley and the city. On the way down, crossing the bridge, we’re making our way towards the Residence, a grand baroque city palace. Located under the Residence is the Staatlicher Hofkeller. The old royal court wine cellar that offers some of the best wines of the region, a trade this city is famous for!

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