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German Danube
The extraordinary German Danube river, Europe`s second longest river, is full of surprises and highlights along its banks. It rises in the Black Forest mountains of western Germany and flows 1,770 miles to its mouth on the Black Sea. What makes it special is the life traditions, and history that surround it. With towering mountains, fairytale cities and picturesque landscapes, this is a must-visit region of the Germany.
Romantic Road
Germany`s Romantic Road is a 261-mile scenic route through the forests and mountains of Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg. Its northern endpoint is Würzburg, a wine-region city known for the Residenz, an 18th-century baroque palace with a Tiepolo fresco. Your journey will take you through unspoiled nature, picturesque towns with city walls, towers, and half-timbered houses, hidden monasteries, medieval castles, and romantic hotels.
Black Forest
Located in a large mountain range in Southwest Germany, Black Forest or Schwarzwald in German, is home to the cuckoo clock, the Grimm Brothers` fairy tales and world-renowned thermal spas. Considered the most beautiful region in the country, the area boasts picturesque hills, valleys, rivers and forests.
Bavarian Alps
The Bavarian Alps extend west from Germany`s remote southeastern corner to the Allgau region near Lake Constance. This region boasts a stunningly beautiful natural divide along the Austrian border, along with picturesque alpine scenery with a quintessential German charm. Ranges further south may be higher, but these mountains spring up from the foothills so drastically that the impact is all the more dramatic.
The Romantic Rhine, ancient Roman sites, beautiful legendary castles on hilltops, and stretches of stunning rolling vineyards - the Rhine of Germany offers and enchanting setting and fun attractions. It is home to ancient towns and picturesque hamlets, along with historic architecture, and great food, this region of the Germany will not disappoint.
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With one of the most extensive systems of roads and highways in the world, clocking in at over 10,000 miles, Spain is very easy to traverse by car. Major highways (autopistas and autovías) connect all of Spain`s 45 mainland provinces with one another, and they can be found in the Balearic and Canary Islands as well. Let us help you find your ideal Spanish road trip that`s tailored to your desires.

France is not just Paris, but fortified towns with elaborate chateaus and castles; Roman ruins and religious monasteries; verdant vineyards and sunflower fields; magnificent mountains and the warm Riviera sunshine and so much more. With its beautiful winding country lanes, it’s not hard to understand why taking a France road trip tops so many bucket lists around the world.

Traveling by car is perhaps the best way to experience everything Croatia has to offer. Our self-drive vacation packages take you where air, train, and ferry simply cannot. Whether you want to explore the Croatian islands, Dalmatia, the Plitvice Lakes, the Kvarner Gulf, Istria, or the nation`s capital, Zagreb, there is at least one great self-drive vacation package that will meet your needs and exceed your expectations. Customize your own Croatia journey by car today!
Experience and Adventure
UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Germany
Germany currently boasts a whopping 51 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, ranking among the countries with the highest density of natural and cultural treasures. From spectacular cityscapes at the Hanseatic City of Lübeck to fascinating medieval old towns and castles, and some amazing natural landscape of the Wadden Sea on Germany’s North Sea coast, Germany offers a diverse wealth of UNESCO sites to be discovered.
German Wine Regions
Though Germany is known for its beer, its wine-producing regions also boast some of the most amazing scenery, finest food, and best-touted tourist attractions, making it the perfect destination for any wine lover. Germany offers 13 official wine regions, the same number as in France. The regions are located mostly in the southern part of Germany and along the Rivers Rhine, Mosel, and Ahr. Soil as well as climate favor the ripening of the grapes, white as well as red, and give German wines their much-coveted flavor and quality.
German Cuisine
Germany has a long culinary history reflecting its rural roots and geography. Mention traditional German food and most people tend to think of sausage, sauerkraut and beer, but Germany is much more than these three things. Eating in Germany, and discovering the culinary specialties and traditional foods with their diversity, consistency and excellent taste, is a big part of the fun in traveling to this country!
Cities in Germany

From half-timbered houses and fairytale castles, to dark forests and bustling cities, Germany offers an amazing culture and landscape. The country is large with plenty of adventures to be had and incredible sites to be seen. Driving in Germany is the perfect way to see as much as you possibly can amongst spectacular scenery that will leave you spell bound for more.

Fairytale Road (Frankfurt - Bremen - Hamburg - Self Drive)
6 nights from $968*
German Alpine Road (Stuttgart - Fussen - Garmish - Munich - Self Drive)
8 nights from $2,045*

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