Novotel Muenchen Airport

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Nordallee 29, Munich, Bavaria, 85356, Germany
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Planned 1-day trip from Munich by car, Day 1: please comment on the itenerary

by leoinv1

I will be in Munich in the middle of September.

The main goal of this 1-day drive from Munich is to visit the city of Rothenburg ob der Tauber and a couple of other interesting places on the way. Unfortunately, I cannot dedicate more than 1 full day to the Romantic road.

1) Picking up a rental car in the center of Munich around 9AM
2) Drive north-west towards Harburg Castle (Schloss Harburg). Visit the castle (approx. 1 hour)]
3) Driving further north, stop for a couple of hours in Dinkelsbühl
4) Continue on to Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Spend about 4 hours there.
5) On the way back to Munich in the evening stop in Augsburg and stroll the streets in the city center of the city (maybe stop for a dinner or a cup of coffee at the local bar/caffee/restaurant).
6) Back in Munich

Would appreciate any suggestions, advice, ideas. Thank you!

Re: Planned 1-day trip from Munich by car, Day 1: please comment on the itenerary

by Kathrin_E

Too much for one day. Focus on max. two destinations, not four.

Re: Planned 1-day trip from Munich by car, Day 1: please comment on the itenerary

by leoinv1

"Too much for one day. Focus on max. two destinations, not four."

Actually, I have only 3 main destination - Harburg Castle, Dinkelsbühl and Rothenburg.

I was thinking of stoping by in Augsburg in the evening on the way back to Munich. I realize that I won't see much there.

The standard Panorama Tours bus trip to Rothenburg includes both Harburg Castle and Rothenburg. I thought that since I am going to be dring and in control of my time I can squeeze in a short stop in Dinkelsbühl since it's on the way to Rotheburg (say, spend 1 hr in the center and drive further).

Re: Planned 1-day trip from Munich by car, Day 1: please comment on the itenerary

by GrumpyDiver

You are going to miss my favourite site on the Romantic Road - the Residenz at Wurzburg, but that is going a bit out of your way. Perhaps another trip.

If you like the woodcarving of Riemenschneider at the church in Rothenburg, there is another fine example of his road in the church in Creglingen, a few km up the road from Rothenburg. I find Rothenburg is a nice little town (too bad it is so overrun by us tourists), but think 4 hours might be a bit too much time. I would max out after about 2-1/2 hrs of being there.

I haven't been to either Dinkelsbuhl or Harburg so I can't comment. Augsburg was so many years ago, I can't remember anything about it.

Travel Tips for Munich

Get to understand the...

by kuff

Get to understand the devastating effects of war. Take a tour of the concentration camp at Dachau. You and your students cannot believe how many people were crowded into such small living quarters. I enjoy watching and playing soccer. If you are a soccer fan take time to visit the FC Bayrn Fan Club store in downtown Munich. Jerseys are inexpensive and you can get everything from cups to toasters with their logo on it.


by bugulma

If you stay in Marienplatz, behind Altes Rathaus you may find Heiiggeistkirche (St.Spirit Church). it is the oldest gothic church in Muenchen. The first buildings were pilgrims house, hospital and chapel and they were built in 1208. The general works were made in the end of XIV century. In 1724-1730 Asam architect made reconstruction works and the church got baroque style. In 1885 the outside view got new-baroque style then. Last reconstruction works were in 1946, just after WWII.


by acemj

Maypoles are a Bavarian tradition, although their origin is debated and is possibly French. Anyways, every year a tree is planted in the center of towns and villages and young men climb up to prove how big their . . . courage is. Well, that's the tradition, but I'm pretty sure this one in the center of the Viktualienmarkt stays up on a permanent basis. It's painted in the traditional blue and white colors the represent Bavaria (you'll see the flag all over town).


by Angelamtp1

If you have the time, and the energy, do as the Bavarians do, and spend a sunday in a beirgarten, until about 2:30, then catch the U-baun, and go to a soccer game, the Europeans are huge fans of soccer, and really get crazy at the games, the party last all day, you can drinnk till you forget your own language, and not have to worry about who's driving, also a great way to meet locals. The Bayern teams are Bayern-Munchen (red), and The Lyons 1869 (blue), 1860 is the original team, but the Bayern team was doing great in May, so, pick your color

Add one more to your Collection

by pedersdottir

In Bavaria interesting out-of-the-way places must also have worthy breweries. Here is one more to consider.

Erding. Home of Erdinger Weissbier. Take a pilgrimage to its hometown and you will be rewarded in pastel technicolor. Newly renovated, replanted and repaved the town center is a virtual Biergarten-Mall.

To reach it take the S-6 train line to the end. While there, pick up another souvenir beer coaster to add to your collection. If you won't be going for a while, click on the link below for a virtual sampling.


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Address: Nordallee 29, Munich, Bavaria, 85356, Germany