South West German Charm 8 Nights / 9 Days


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Arrive Frankfurt - Freiburg

Upon arrival into Frankfurt, make your way to the train station to board the train to Freiburg – the Black Forest Region. This will take you approximately 2 hrs... Upon arrival check into your hotel. Here you will discover a friendly town blessed with abundant sunshine. The attractive old quarter has twisting lanes, pretty courtyards, little streams known as "Bächle", traditional restaurants and quaint bars. Towering over everything is the Minster with its unique spire. Freiburg is an understandably popular choice for wine connoisseurs and gourmets. No other major German town has so many vineyards within its boundaries.

The Minster is Freiburg's most famous landmark. Münsterplatz - Minster square - is the focal point and the heart of the town. Freiburg's picturesque old quarter is grouped around Münsterplatz. The open streams - known as "Bächle"- which flow through the streets and lanes add to the charm. Also on Münsterplatz is the Historical Merchants' House, which was built as a customs house and warehouse. Overnight in Freiburg.

Freiburg – Europa Park - Freiburg

Post breakfast this morning we suggest you catch a train to Rust and head off to Europa-Park, one of the world's leading theme parks which offer over 100 rides and shows in 12 themed areas based on the various European countries. The main attractions here include roller coasters, water rides, stunt show, ice show and much more. Spend the whole day here and later in the evening you can make your way back to Freiburg. Overnight in Freiburg.

Freiburg – Titisee - Freiburg

Following breakfast this morning, take a 40 mins train ride to Titisee. Upon arrival you have time to explore the dark woods of the Black Forest up to legendary lake “Mummelsee“. Time for souvenir shopping (cuckoo clocks) or take a boat ride on Titisee. Back late evening to Freiburg.


Freiburg – Baden Baden - Freiburg

This morning you make your way to the train station and catch the train taking you a mere 40 mins to the closest you can get to Heaven – to Baden-Baden, which has a well-established reputation as a chic spa resort at the foot of the Black Forest. In the spa park, the Lichtentaler Allee runs for several kilometres from the pump room to Lichtental Convent past the neo-baroque theatre. You can pamper yourself at Caracalla Spa or at Friedrichsbad Roman-Irish Bath where you enjoy the sensation of pure relaxation in one of the many thermal baths and relish hot and cold moments. The spa assembly rooms form the focal point of the town, both architecturally and socially. Once rejuvenated, enjoy time out at the old quarter which is full of exclusive boutiques and cafés and is fully pedestrianized. Back to Freiburg. Overnight at Freiburg

Freiburg – Munich

Today is the day to relax and explore and later in the afternoon depart for Munich which is around 4.5 hrs away. Upon arrival in the evening make your way to the hotel in Munich. Enjoy a relaxing walk through Munich by foot or relax the rest of your day in your hotel. Evening by night tour of Munich awaits you. Overnight in Munich


Munich is a very vibrant city even during the day and the best way to get to know more is by taking the Hop On Hop Off ticket atop the open air double-decker buses. The route presents to you famous sights like the Pinakotheken art museums, the world famous Hofbräuhaus, the National Theater with the Royal Palace, Marienplatz and the Viktualien market with its colourful outdoor stalls. This fun tour allows you to see the City at your own pace. Do take some time off to visit the BMW Museum which is an automobile museum near the Olympiapark and it deals with the history of the automobile manufacturer BMW. Overnight in Munich.

Munich - Neuschwanstein and Linderhof

Another day in Munich and what is in store for you today is to take a full day excursion to discover the world famous castles Neuschwanstein and Linderhof, out of Munich. Hidden in the seclusion of the mountains King Ludwig II built two of his dream castles: Neuschwanstein and Linderhof. This excursion shows you two extraordinary castles, both testifying to the vision of Bavaria’s fairytale King. A short shopping stop is included in Oberammergau. You have an approx. 4 hours’ time to visit Neuschwanstein and for Lunch (meals are not included). Entrance fee for the castle to be paid on spot (approx. Eur 15 -17). Overnight in Munich

Munich – Zugspitze - Munich

Today post breakfast, enjoy a day in the German Alps on a full-day excursion from Munich to the Zugspitze. The Zugspitze marks the international border between Germany and Austria. In fact there are lifts from both countries that meet at the top of the mountain. In addition restaurants and shops at the summit are also available. From the top you’ll have breathtaking views of the Alps which seem to stretch on forever. Back in the evening to Munich

Depart Munich

Your brief holiday draws to a close today as you board a train to Munich airport to connect your flight back home or onwards.