"Nuremberg Half-Day Trip from Frankfurt: (5 Hours)Meet your guide at the prearranged meeting point in central Frankfurt then travel by luxury coach to the Bavarian city of Nuremberg. A city as aesthetically pleasing as it is historically interesting Nuremberg has a colorful history from the Nuremburg Trials to its fame throughout the ages as a European trade and commerce center.Marvel at the sights of the city’s distinctive red-roofed buildings stretched around the Imperial Nuremberg Castle (Kaiserburg). Stroll around the Old Town with your guide for a glimpse of the original city walls and see the romantic timber-framed houses in the Castle Quarter.Depending on your preference spend the rest of your time independently exploring either majestic Nuremberg Castle or the Germanic National Museum (the entrance fee to your choice of one attraction is included)
"Leave Frankfurt and travel southwest to Heidelberg in the northern Baden-Württemberg region – roughly an hour away. The romantic city is perhaps best known for Heidelberg Castle a vast set of ruins that tower above the medieval center. Referred to as ‘the Schloss’ by locals the castle is a quintessential fairytale fortress with Gothic-Renaissance architecture lavish grounds and heart-stopping views. Head inside and explore the ruins with your guide walking through its large courtyard and along the terrace. Take in the sweeping views and then admire some of the castle’s artifacts like the wine barrel that is said to be the largest in the world.After your castle tour
"Set off on board your luxury air-conditioned coach and head south from Frankfurt to Rothenburg ob der Tabuer in the Franconian region of Germany. Your route follows the banks of the Neckar River and winds along Germany's famous Castle Road before reaching Rothenburg at the end of Germany's also-famous Romantic Road.Perceived to be the best preserved medieval town in the country Rothenburg is truly a visitor's delight! Be sure to bring a camera to capture photos of its charming half-timbered houses and winding cobbled lanes which are encircled by its intact city walls.You'll take a guided Rothenberg walking tour around the center's picturesque lanes passing the Renaissance town hall and the imposing town gates. As you walk your expert guide will point out places of interest and give you an insight into Rothenberg's rich cultural history. Entrance fees to either St Jacob's Church or Rothenberg's Medieval Crime Museum are included
The river Salzach, the same river that flows through Salzburg, marks the border with Austria.Nowadays, with the euro and without passport controls (thanks to the Schengen agreement) it is difficult to...