Take a couple hours of your time and visit one of the best preserved medieval towns in Germany, founded in 3rd century and located on the shore of beautiful Lake Boden. Walk the beautiful promenade, see the Marketplace, take a boat trip on the lake or visit the nearby spectacular Botanical Garden at Mainau.
Select this stopover and visit the world famous "Disney Castle" at Neuschwanstein located in southwest Bavaria, which was built for Ludwig II - King of Bavaria in authentic style of the old German knigts castles so that he could live out his idea of Middle Ages and in his own kingdom faraway from Prussians.
Take a trip to Rothenburg ob der Tauber - located 70km west of Nuremberg and let bring the Middle Ages and the Rennaisance to live. Immerse yourself in medieval life and admire the thousand years of history that seems to pass in a little of moment.
Explore the second largest city in Bavaria on the Pegnitz river, which was for many reasons called the unofficial capital of the Holy Roman Empire in a past and visit some unique sights like the Imperial Castle, old fortifications, St. Sebald Church or the Beautiful Fountain from 14th century on the main market square.
Discover this cozy and picturesque medieval German town founded around 1034 in today's Bavaria, which served in the past as an important trading center, focusing largely on iron traded by the water. See the Market Square with Gothic Town Hall, St. Martin Church, Bridge Spectacles or smallest hotel in the world.
Spend couple of relaxing hours in this captivating spa town set in a horseshoe of a lush green hills and feast your eyes on its graceful architecture, beautiful town parks and majestic spa collonades. Listen to the Singing Fountain and drink an unique and curative mineral water coming up directly from the ground.
Make a stop in the fourth largest city in Czech Republic - place where the world famous beer "Pilsner Urquell" was born in 1852. Spend your time either by visit of the brewery itself or explore the old town together with its extensive underground, main square with St. Bartholomew Cathedral and massive Jewish Synagogue.
Visit the most popular castle for Czechs built by Charles IV in the middle of 14th century and get to know its history being the place where Bohemian Crown Jewelers were stored and protected for over 200 years. Walk up the village (or hire a carriage) to reach the castle while enjoying a breathtaking view.