9-Day Germany Self Drive Tour from Frankfurt - 9 Days

9-Day Germany Self Drive Tour from Frankfurt

Take a 9-Day Germany Self Drive Tour from Frankfurt. Travel the Romantic Road. Visit Nuremberg and Rothenburg. Overnight in the Black Forest.

9-Day Germany Self Drive Tour from Frankfurt

Highlights

  • Frankfurt
  • Munich
  • Heidelberg
  • Black Forest
  • Lake Titisee
  • Fussen
  • Neuschwanstein
  • Wieskirche
  • Oberammergau
  • Linderhof
  • Innsbruck
  • Munich
  • Nuremberg
  • Rothenburg

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Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Frankfurt

The peak season for flights to Frankfurt is March, October and December. The low season for purchasing tickets is April, May and June.

Frankfurt is served by these airports: Frankfurt Airport and Frankfurt – Hahn Airport. Direct flights to Frankfurt are offered by 81 airlines. Most flights are with Lufthansa. Direct flights from Frankfurt, United States are airlines: American Airlines, United Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Canada, KLM and Air France from New York, Las Vegas, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta and Washington.

Frankfurt and Germany attractions and landmarks

Here are some of the most popular attractions and landmarks in Frankfurt and Germany.

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Day 1
Frankfurt

Frankfurt is Germany’s financial and commercial center and a city full of interesting comparisons between the old and the modern. Arrival and move to the hotel Frankfurt Airport. The remainder of the day is free to spend.

Day 2
Frankfurt - Heidelberg - Black Forest - Breitnau

In the morning you can travel from Frankfurt to Heidelberg, the oldest university town in Germany, and one of Germany’s most popular destinations. Heidelberg is ideally situated on the shores of the Neckar River and is the oldest university city in Germany and one of the country’s most popular destinations. Move to the Black Forest area from there. The stunning gorge of Ravenna and the oldest chapel in the area are a simple yellow from the hotel.

Day 3
Black Forest - Lake Titisee - Fussen

After breakfast you will have a quick presentation on the development of cuckoo clock. Go to a typical small farm of the Black Forest where you have a taste of cheese and you see the true Black Forest. Your suggested route will then take you to Titisee Lake. If the weather permits, take the mountain road from Lindau to Oberstaufen and Immenstadt to your final destination: Fußen.

Day 4
Neuschwanstein - Wieskirche - Oberammergau - Linderhof - Innsbruck

The first suggested stop on Day 4 is Castle Neuschwanstein, built by the Mad King, Ludwig II. Travel to Oberammergau, renowned for its Passion Play and beautiful crafts. On the way we suggest a visit to the Wieskirche Church, then to Linderhof Castle, one of King Ludwig II’s three castles.

Day 5
Innsbruck - Zugspitze - Munich

See the sights in Innsbruck, in the heart of the Alps, in the morning. You can also choose to go by cable to the Zugspitze, the highest mountain peak in Germany (own cost).

Day 6
Munich

After getting breakfast, Bavaria’s capital is famous for its Oktoberfest, celebrated every year in September and finishing on Marienplatz square with its iconic clock tower Munich. The afternoon is free to enjoy a traditional Bavarian dinner in the evening.

Day 7
Munich - Nuremberg

Go to Nuremberg after breakfast. Visit the historic center of the city. Learn more about the impressive history of Nuremberg. Look at the well-preserved Gothic churches and castle.

Day 8
Nuremberg - Rothenberg - Frankfurt

Continue today to Rothenburg ob der Tauber, one of Romantic Germany’s oldest and most beautiful towns. The sightseeing tour of this beautiful medieval town ending with a Schneeballen tasting, a pastry considered to be Rothenburg’s signature dessert. Then to head back to Frankfurt for the last night in Germany’s financial capital.

Day 9
Frankfurt

After breakfast the hotel shuttle service will take you to the airport.