Germany´s Scenic Routes
Germany's Castle Road
Germany has more than 5,000 castles, many part of the Castle Road theme route. Running for 745 miles through stunning landscapes, valleys, forests and rivers,and filled with legacies of the past. Medieval towns, villages, castles, castles and more castles.
Germany's Enchanting Fairy Tale Road
By bicycle, car, or of course with seven league boots, the Fairy Tale Road in Germany is an enchanting journey in the footsteps of Brothers Grimm. Through medieval villages and unspoiled nature, to a castle filled world of fantasy, sagas and legends, wicked stepmothers and evil witches.
Germany´s ´Avenues Route´
Germany´s ´Avenues Route´, the tree-lined Deutsche Alleenstrasse. A journey through nature and history, down shaded tunnels formed by centuries-old trees which have witnessed the passage of travelers from the times of oxen carts and stage coaches to the present day.
Germany´s Black Forest and its Cuckoo Clocks
German Cuckoo Clocks and Black Forest Gateau are both from Baden Wuerttemberg, south west Germany. A modern high tech state that is steeped in tradition, with the Black Forest, stunning scenery, history, health resorts dating from Roman times and the Black Forest Clock Route.
Germany´s Romantic Road
Germany´s Romantische Strasse, a spectacular journey into a world from the past, through stunningly beautiful scenery and historic medieval towns. A showcase of culture in all its forms, from art and architecture to food and wine.
Rhine River In Flames
The Rhine in Flames, or ´Rhein im Flammen´, a spectacular annual festival of ´Fire, Water, Light and Culture´ staged along a picturesque stretch of the Rhine, Germany´s longest river, beginning in the spring until early autumn.
The Dutch Quarter, Potsdam, Germany
It is a living open air museum, and was built in the mid-18th Century just outside Germany´s capital Berlin, far away from the Netherlands-German border. A little piece of Holland, ´The Dutch Quarter´, 134 Dutch styled homes, a community for artisans from Holland, set amongst the opulent palaces and parks of Potsdam.
The German Stork Route
Germany's Stork Route crosses many other scenic and historic tourist routes in the north and east of Germany, and it comes to life towards the end of March. Its spectacular Stork's nests are then filled by breeding pairs and their young until September, when they fly to their winter grounds.
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