HOLIDAYS IN GERMANY (2017 | Issue 1)

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German Map - Holidays in Germany
Travelling to Germany
Holiday Routes in Germany
Holiday Routes in Germany


Winding through southern Germany, the Romantic Road dates back to the 1950s. This 350km stretch between Würzburg and Füssen covers an artistic tapestry of idyllic landscapes, quaint medieval towns, plush vineyards, culminating at Neuschwanstein Castle, the inspiration behind Disneyland’s Cinderella Castle. It celebrates the beauty and cultural and historical richness of Germany. You’ll get to see half-timbered houses, Baroque palaces, Rococo churches, Romanesque cathedrals and the majestic Alps. And you’ll get to try delicious local dishes and world-class wines along the way! Just hop onto a bus or rent a car. Either way, this romantic trail is sure to leave you spellbound! What’s Up, Germany? recommends driving independently. That way you can stop wherever you like and for as long as you like!

Know more about the Romantic Road.

Mapping the Romantic Road

  • Würzburg
  • Bad Mergentheim
  • Rothenburg ob der Tauber
  • Dinkelsbühl
  • Nördlingen
  • Harburg
  • Augsburg
  • Pfaffenwinkel
  • Schwangau
  • Füssen


What’s Up, Germany? has cherry-picked some top destinations in Germany and mapped out an exclusive route just for you! Travel this trail and you’ll cover some of the best tourist attractions Germany has to offer: big city monuments, tree-studded mountains, towering cliffs, dreamy castles, pristine beaches, posh spas, cozy taverns, heady wineries and lots more. You’ll definitely take back tonnes of happy memories, each different from the other (super for your Instagram feed!). Here’s What’s Up, Germany?’s Diversity Route.

Mapping the Diversity Route

  • Berlin
  • Dresden
  • Saxon Switzerland
  • Regensburg
  • Munich
  • Black Forest & Baden-Baden
  • Heidelberg
  • Frankfurt
  • Trier
  • Koblenz
  • Cologne
  • Hamburg
  • Lübeck
  • Stralsund
  • Rügen Island