1 Week Itinerary Germany
1 Week Itinerary Germany – The Route
Before you come to Germany, do not forget these 3 important points:
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- Visit my Travel Gear and Resource Page to see my recommendations on useful travel gadgets and helpful travel services that can help you with planning your trip.
- If you don’t want to drive in Europe, you can use this website to book your train tickets between the city and for day trips. It is super easy and in English.
1 Week Itinerary Germany: Heidelberg (Days 1 and 2)
A ruin must be rightly situated, to be effective. This one could not have been better placed. It stands upon a commanding elevation, it is buried in green woods, there is no level ground about it, but, on the contrary, there are wooded terraces upon terraces, and one looks down through shining leaves into profound chasms and abysses where twilight reigns and the sun cannot intrude. Nature knows how to garnish a ruin to get the best effect.
1 Week Itinerary Germany: Baden-Baden (Days 3 and 4)
Where to stay: Hotel Merkur
1 Week Itinerary Germany: Stuttgart
1 Week Itinerary Germany: Füssen (Day 5)
1 Week Itinerary Germany: Munich (Day 6 and 7)
Where to eat: Augustiner Am Platzl