Discover the reason this idyllic path through the German countryside is called the Romantic Road as you vist Rothenburg and Harburg Castle.
Traveling along the Romantic Road, we first reach Harburg, one of the oldest, largest and most well preserved castles in Southern Germany, completed in the late 11th century. Continuing along through Swabian Dinkelsbühl, we arrive in Rothenburg, the most perfectly preserved medieval town in Europe. There will be time for sightseeing, lunch and shopping.
We return to Munich via the Hallertau, the largest hop-growing region in the world.
Tour guide was well informed, friendly, and helpful. Transport coaches were clean and in good condition. These are two marvelous, historic sites. We knew less about Harburg before the tour and it exceeded our expectations. You cannot say enough about Rothenburg. It merits a return visit.
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Check-in at Bus Stop at Bahnhofplatz
Harburg (Approx 45 min)
Travelling along the Romantic Road you reach Harburg, one of the oldest, biggest and best preserved castles of Southern Germany. The oldest records mentioning the castle date to the end of the 11th century.
Rothenburg (Approx 3.5 Hours)
Through the Swabian landscape passing Dinkelsbühl you arrive in Rothenburg, the most perfectly preserved medieval town in Europe. Here there is time for sightseeing, lunch and shopping. Then, via the Hallertau, the world largest hop-growing area, return to Munich.
Tour Ends in Munich
Price & Options
If less than 10 participants are booked, the activity may not operate.
For those booking as a student (ages 15-26) must bring a valid student ID written in English.
Printed VELTRA voucher
Admission of EUR 8 for the Castle is not included in the price.
Meals are not included in the price.
Frequently Asked Questions
Tour guide was well informed, friendly, and helpful. Transport coaches were clean and in good condition. These are two marvelous,... historic sites. We knew less about Harburg before the tour and it exceeded our expectations. You cannot say enough about Rothenburg. It merits a return visit. more
Germany holds many treasures and Rothenburg and Harburg are two. Our tour guide was very informative and a great representative f...or Germany. Germany has a lot to teach in conservation. My husband and I are in awe. more
WE enjoyed going to visit the Harburg fortress and then drive along the Romantic Road to Rothenburg. The town has some quaint and ...very old st<x>yle German buildings and we loved walking around the town square. more
The Harburg Castle was great! And the local tour guide was quite entertaining! As for Rothenberg, nice town; but if you have been ...to Kayersburg or Ricqutir, then it is much of the same thing. more
We were left to our own devices after a quick intro to the town by the guide. A wonderful place. Not enough time though... another... hour would have been perfect more
Everything happened like clockwork - we are especially lucky as it was the Pentecost Sunday celebration, hence most of the townsfo...lk paraded around in Medieval costumes. more
Rothenburg is the most beautiful town i have seen ever and i have been travelling in Europe and the USA for 17 years now.
I LOVE THIS TOUR! My husband and i are so glad we did it! What a nice place Rothenburg and Harburg is! Maybe only 2 and half hours... bus ride from Munich. The bus was big and comfortable and the tour guide was great! I forgot her name but she was a nice and patient lady in her late 50s i presume. She cared and was thoughtful if we were comfortable in the bus and told a lot of information as we are driving along the road. This tour gave us enough time to see Rothenburg and its small medieval city. Really wonderful place with lots of cafes and shops that lined the main street. Nice view also! You won't regret booking this tour!:) more
Fantastic trip overall. It was a great way to see Rothenburg if you are staying in Munich. One thing the tour company might consid...er is skipping Harburg and going directly to Rothenburg, that way you would get to spend a lot more time in one of the most picturesque towns in Germany.
Tour guide was excellent!
The Rothenburg and Harburg day castle was very interesting and gives you a good glimpse at medieval Bavaria. The town of Rothenbu...rg was quaint with some interesting shopping. more
Thought that the visit to Harburg was a bit ho-hum and the time would be much better spent visiting another of those fascinating o...ld towns along the Romantic Road.
Rothenburg was brilliant even with its (not mentioned) past Nazi position history. more
A typical pretty Bavarian town.
Rothenburg is one of the most beautiful towns I have ever visited.The whole arrangement of the tour company is great.I find the to...ur guide friendly.The time arrangement is suitable for adults and children.The dinning place our tour guide recommend is authentic.Do not forget to get yourself some lovely snowballs.!They are definitely something you do not want to miss it !After that,We also sit down at this beautiful town and have s cup of coffe!it is really relax!On the way back to Munich,I had good sleep because the tour bus is so comfortable and unbelievable quite!Great tour that I would never forget! more
This is my first time joined a tour in Munich,the meeting point is easy to find,and the tour bus is really comfortable.On the way ...to Rothenburg,the tour guide also have some introduce about Munich.Rothenburg is a beautiful town with medevial building,it is well reserved,you can visit the church and the world famous Christmas shop over there, there are really a lot of cute decoration,and of course the toy museum is really interesting for both adult and kids.The tour guide also recommend a nice restaurant and delicious sweet snow ball for us, we all have a good time.It is highly recommend this day tour! more
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