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A trade route during the middle ages, Germany's Romantic Road still retains much of its medieval character. The road often winds through forgotten sections of countryside, connecting walled towns and picturesque villages. Travelers may enter a town through an arched gateway complete with guard towers. Inside, you will find gothic cathedrals, half-timbered fachwerk houses, beautiful historic hotels and often a medieval festival. Fairytale castles like Neuschwanstein and the Alps complete the charm. (more text)

Navigating RomanticRoad.com is easy. The map shows the entire length of the Romantic Road, but the focus is on Rothenburg ob der Tauber and the castle Neuschwanstein area. Mouse clicking on a Red Dot will take you to a description of the nearby famous and undiscovered sights. The Romantic Road active index enables you to jump directly to a particular town's sights, hotels, restaurants, or shops.

RomanticRoad.com provides information about many of the famous and undiscovered sights along the 360 Km long Romantic Road. Stay at least one or more nights in a historic hotel in Rothenburg o.d.T. -- the best preserved medieval town in Germany. The sparsely populated Rothenburg - Weikersheim region has an abundance of historic sights including a palace with the best Baroque Garden in Germany. Farther south at the foot of the Alps, you will find Ludwig II's fairytale Castle Neuschwanstein and the popular Peforming Arts Center Neuschwanstein. In addition to numerous castles, the Füssen - Reutte region offers spectacular mountain views and a host of outdoor activities like skiing, mountain hiking and sailing as well as fine vacation hotels. Many hotels offer rooms with a view in addition to health, fitness and wellness programs. Don't hesitate to take a walk outside a village into the surrounding farm fields, forests, and mountains. It is easy to find a pleasant spot, where you hear nothing but the birds and the wind. (back)

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