Day 1

hotel 3We pick you up at the Frankfurt airport (incl.) and escort you to your hotel, located in a wonderful medieval village near Mannheim. Enjoy a stroll through its ancient alleyways! Did you know that the first car ever was invented nearby? Look forward to local cuisine as a welcome dinner in the evening (incl.).

Day 2

itin day 2We visit famous Heidelberg and its castle (guided tour incl.). Mark Twain wrote: “I have never enjoyed a view which had such a serene and satisfying charm about it as this one gives”. Not too much has changed. For those who know Heidelberg already, we offer exciting sightseeing alternatives.

Day 3

itin day 2 shortIt's time to hit the road. We introduce you to your motorhome and after a short drive we arrive at our first campsite in the shadow of a mighty castle, directly situated at the Rhine river and just opposite the world-famous Loreley rock. The location offers several charming sightseeing opportunities within walking distance or by ferry.

Day 4

itin day 30Our Rhine cruise offers splendid views of the many famous castles and vineyards, and the lovely scenery. On our way back we will explore one of the historic villages along the river (cruise incl.). You've already done a Rhine cruise? Again we have thrilling alternatives.

Day 5

itin day5 classicEnjoy a scenic drive through the vineyards of the German Wine Route. We spend the night in the very centre of a typical winemaker village. Expect a savoury dinner with an exquisite glass of wine.

Day 6

itin day 4We cross the border to France, browse the Alsace and stay at a gem of a village. After some sightseeing we will enjoy a traditional Alsatian dinner like Tarte Flambée or Choucroute Garnie (Sauerkraut cooked in wine with various sausages and bacon. Huge!).

Day 7

itin day 5Still in the Alsace, we follow a mountain road with fantastic panoramic views of villages, lakes, forests and Germany to the east. We stay overnight at another enchanted old village under the wings of the Alsatian heraldic animal, the stork.

Day 8

itin day 6We make a day trip to Colmar, the “capital of Alsatian wine” with its well preserved old town and numerous architectural landmarks. We also find out why a part of the city is called Little Venice (guided tour incl.).