Starting in Wurzburg, the journey first stops in Lauda-Königshofen. Surrounded by lush landscapes & vineyards, the town's traditional architecture dates to between the 16th & mid-19th Century.
Drivers continue to Rothenburg ob der Tauber. The medieval town is full of vibrant Gothic & Renaissance influenced architecture – visitor highlights include Town Wall, Historic Town Hall, Old Town, & Plönlein.
Onto Harburg, a 'quaint', traditional town filled with culture & winding streets. The town is best known for its surviving medieval castle, which dates back to the 1100's.
Driving to Schwangau, a tranquil village on the banks of a lake, road trippers can visit the 'fairy-tale' Neuschwanstein Castle, affording panoramic views of the mountainscape & villages below.
From Neuschwanstein, visit the hilltop Hohenschwangau Castle or Museum der bayerischen Könige, found on the banks of the Lake Alpsee.
Finishing in Füssen, a town bursting with history & surrounded by lakes - visit the Lechfall, Lake Weißensee, Lake Alatsee, & Lake Hopfensee for breath-taking waterscapes with mountain backdrops.