A Journey through Germany 2024/2025

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9 Days / 8 Nights
Availability : May to October
Start: Munich, Germany
End: Munich, Germany

A Journey through Germany: 1 nt Munich, 2 nts Bamberg, 1 nt Rothenburg, 1 nt Baden-Baden, 2 nts Freiburg, 1 nt Ammergau Alps

Contact DHTour at 1-888-597-3519 or 905-639-9954 or dhtour@dhtour.ca to book. 

Fall in love with this captivating country as we follow the Romantic Road through medieval towns, fairytale-like forests and the snow-capped Bavarian Alps. With our expert Tour Leader at the helm, we’ll unravel local stories, seek out delicious flavours and learn the fascinating history behind each unique stop. Join us as we take the scenic back roads on this journey through the heart of Germany.


Tour Details

The Blue-Roads Difference

– Enjoy a beer tasting at Weltenburg Abbey, the world’s oldest monastic brewery
– Immerse yourself in the breathtaking scenery of the Ammergau Alps
– Unravel the fascinating history behind some of Germany’s magnificent medieval towns

Pick Up Location & TIme

 Hotel Drei Löwen (Munich)  (Google Map)
6:00pm – Meet tour guide and group for welcome dinner.

Drop off Location & Time

TBA (Munich)
The tour finishes late afternoon/early evening.

Price Includes

  • 8 nights' in boutique accommodation
  • Experienced Back-Roads Tour Leader and Driver
  • Premium mini-coach transportation
  • Daily breakfasts, 3 dinners
  • Entrance included to all attractions in the itinerary


  • 8 breakfasts
  • 0 lunches
  • 3 dinners
  • 0 teas

Price Excludes

  • Airfare
  • Transfers
  • Pre / Post hotel nights
  • Driver / Tour Leader gratuity is at your discretion
  • Travel Insurance
What to Expect

Blue Roads Tours are conducted at a leisurely pace; we take our time and avoid rushing from place to place.  Stops are made frequently during the day to avoid extended periods of time on the coach.  On a typical day they might leave at 9am and arrive at the hotel at 5pm.  We endeavor to build rest and relaxation time into our itineraries, an most inclusions are not mandatory – so if you’d rather explore on your own, you’re welcome to meet up with the group at the designated meeting point. 

The Blue Roads Tours are designed so that there is as little time as possible on the mini-coach and plenty to see while on board.  We travel along the scenic route wherever possible, meaning you’ll see more of the countryside and local village life than on a regular tour.  Inevitable, there are days when travelling between locations may involve motorway driving and more mileage.  Generally, driving time will not last for more than three or four hours per day.


Day 1Munich

The Bavarian capital of Munich is where we’ll begin our journey through this picturesque and historic country. After meeting our Tour Leader and fellow travellers at the hotel, we’ll clink glasses over a sumptuous welcome dinner. (D)

Accommodation: Hotel Drei Löwen (or similar)

Day 2Munich – Regensburg – Weltenburg – Bamberg

After breakfast, we’ll board the mini-coach and move on to our first stop: Regensburg. Located on the mighty Danube River and known for its medieval city centre – we’ll relish in some free time to stroll across the 12th-century Stone Bridge, marvel at the magnificent Gothic Cathedral and enjoy lunch at our leisure. Then: we’ll move on to Weltenburg Abbey. Here, we’ll be treated to a tour of the oldest monastic brewery in the world and savour a tasting of the Abbey’s award-winning beers. Winding up our day in Bamberg, we’ll have the evening to spend at our leisure. (B)

Accommodation: Welcome Hotel Residenzschloss Bamberg (or similar)

Day 3Bamberg

This morning, the city will be brought to life as we embark on a walking tour with a local guide. Unravel the intriguing history of Bamberg as we wander around Cathedral Square and the Old Town Hall – hearing fascinating stories that have been passed down from generations as we go. Equipped with our newfound knowledge, we’ll have the afternoon to explore at our own pace. What you choose to do is up to you, although we recommend a visit to Altenberg Castle – which dates back to 1109 and has a rich history to uncover. This evening, we’ll have time to savour some delicious Bavarian cuisine at a local restaurant or spend at our leisure back at the hotel. (B)

Accommodation: Welcome Hotel Residenzschloss Bamberg (or similar)

Day 4Bamberg – Würzburg – Rothenburg

Today, we leave Bamberg behind as we continue onwards to Würzburg. After taking a tour of the Old Town with a local guide, we’ll turn our attention to the splendid Würzburg Residence. An exquisite example of Baroque architecture and one of the most significant palaces in Europe – we’ll have plenty of time to admire the ingenious interior design, ornate rooms and grandiose Garden and White Halls. After lunch at our leisure, we’ll continue our journey along the Romantic Road to Rothenburg – where a delicious group dinner awaits. (B,D)

Accommodation: Hotel Altes Brauhaus (or similar)

Day 5Rothenburg – Heidelberg – Baden-Baden

A visit to Germany’s oldest and most famous university town is on the agenda today. Looming high above the Altstadt (Old Town), the red-sandstone ruins of Heidelberg Castle are a remarkable example of Renaissance architecture – and we’ll have plenty of time to explore the castle grounds at our own pace. Choose to take lunch in the cafe-lined Marktplatz and marvel at the Gothic Heiliggeistkirche church towers, before we continue on to the spa town of Baden-Baden. The evening will be free to enjoy some local fare in town or relax at the hotel. (B)

Accommodation: Heliopark Bad Hotel zum Hirsch (or similar)

Day 6Baden-Baden – Schonach – Freiburg

This morning will see us say farewell to Baden-Baden and set a course for Central Black Forest. We’ll make a scenic stop in the quaint village of Schonach – where a visit to a traditional cuckoo clock manufacturer is in store. Then: we’ll wind our way through this enchanting forest in search of one of the many mesmerising waterfalls in the area. Later, we’ll arrive in the vibrant city of Freiburg – where we’ll be free to wander the cobblestoned streets lined with water-filled runnels at our leisure. (B)

Accommodation: The Alex Hotel (or similar)

Day 7Freiburg

Today, is yours to spend how you wish. You could choose to visit one of the many fascinating museums and galleries scattered around Freiburg’s city centre or enjoy the temperate climate while relaxing in the picture-perfect Rathausplatz. This evening, we suggest seeking out some scrumptious local cuisine within the medieval Altstadt – maybe even sampling a slice (or two) of the decadent Black Forest gâteau hailing from this area. (B)

Accommodation: The Alex Hotel (or similar)

Day 8Freiburg – Friedrichshafen – Lindau – Ammergau Alps

Today’s journey will begin with a stop at Friedrichshafen – a city known for its significant historic contribution to the aviation industry. We’ll pay a visit to the fascinating Zeppelin Museum – before having some free time to wander the lakeside promenade and savour some lunch at our leisure. Then: we’ll take in the marvellous views over the Bodensee as we continue to Lindau for a brief photo opportunity. Tonight, we’ll end the day amongst the breathtaking Ammergau Alps – and clink glasses over a sumptuous farewell dinner at our hotel. (B,D)

Accommodation: Luitpoldpark Hotel (or similar)

Day 9Ammergau Alps – Neuschwanstein – Munich

Before our tour comes to a close, we’ll pay a visit to the imposing Neuschwanstein Castle – known as the ‘castle of the fairytale king’. Dramatically located above the village of Hohenschwangau, we’ll have time to wander the 19th-century Romanesque Revival palace at our own pace. After, we’ll make our way back to Munich – where we’ll say our goodbyes. (B)

Dates and Prices:
Departure Dates Double/Twin (pp) Single Rate
2024: June 22 $5,119 $6,139
2024: July 27* $5,119 $4,919 $6,139 $5,939
2024: September 14* $5,029 $4,829 $6,029 $5,829
2024: October 12 $4,789 $5,759
2025: May 17, 24 $5,029 $6,029
2025: June 22 $5,119 $6,139
2025: July 27 $5,119 $6,139
2025: August 10 $5,029 $6,029
2025: September 7, 14 $5,029 $6,029
2025: October 12 $4,789 $5,759

Dates shown in green are guaranteed departures. 

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Pricing is per person (pp) based on twin/ double occupancy.
Rates are in $ CAD.


Contact DHTour at 1-888-597-3519 or 905-639-9954 or dhtour@dhtour.ca  to book.

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Back-Roads Touring have hand-picked an extensive portfolio of quality properties across Europe and to ensure the very best experience on each of our tours hotels may vary to those listed in this itinerary.

Mobility: All of our tours involve walking and require our guests to board and disembark our vehicles several times a day making this tour unsuitable for those with reduced mobility.

Luggage:  As we travel in mini-coaches, luggage space is limited.  You are allowed 1 x suitcase: 20 kg  and 158 cm total (Length plus Width must equal 158 cm) and 1 x Hand Bag / Small Back Pack



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