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  • 1 Traditional Munich

    Pedestrian, 4 km, 2 days

    The second most popular tourist destination in Germany after Berlin, Munich offers travelers an opulent appearance, the legacy of the kings of Bavaria. As evidenced by its fabulous museums, baroque churches and grand avenues (be warned compulsive buy..

  • 2 Berlin, Kreuzberg east and west

    Pedestrian, Other, 15 km, 2 days

    Kreuzberg isn’t just defined by its alternative district, the famous SO36, or by Oranienstraβe.

  • 3 Lake Constance

    By car, 116 km, 1 day

    This lake nestled spectacularly at the foot of the Alps lies between three countries and cultures: Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Thanks to its mild climate, Mediterranean vegetation thrives on its islands and in the surrounding area. The Middle A..

  • 4 Mecklenburg's Lakes

    By car, 169 km, 1 day

    This ''land of 1,000 lakes'', about an hour north of Berlin, has preserved its wild beauty shaped by glaciers which hollowed out cavities and basins here. Natural and artificial canals connect its expanses of water. A beautiful setting, it vies with ..

  • A rolling plateau cut by deep valleys southwest of Bayreuth forms the northern tip of the Franconian Jura. The soil, composed of porous limestone, has undergone intense erosion, creating numerous caves and dolomite formations. 19C Romantics, inspired..

  • 6 Moselle Valley

    By car, 137 km, 1 day

    An excellent introduction to verdant and authentic Germany, the Moselle valley has picturesque villages like Bernkastel-Kues and its wine estate, visits to convents like the one at Marienburg, or castles, such as at Eltz. Take the time to make stops ..

  • 7 The High Black Forest

    By car, 100 km, 3 days

    Fribourg, an old university town immortalized by the philosopher Heidegger, is one of the entry points to the Black Forest. Next take the zigzag road that leads to one of the main peaks: the Schauinsland. The baroque church, St Blasien, is hidden awa..

  • 8 Heidelberg and the Neckar valley

    By car, 85 km, 2 days

    Thanks to Heidelberg and its castle, the Neckar valley is highly placed in German romanticism, where it is celebrated notably for its poet Hölderlin.

  • 9 The Rhine Valley

    By car, 90 km, 2 days

    The Rhine is just as it was in the days when Victor Hugo sang its praises: "Europe's entire history is contained in this river of warriors and thinkers, in its superb tide that thrills France and its deep murmur that inspires Germany. The Rhine ..

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