Epicurean Journeys:
A Luxurious Road Trip through Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Italy

Embarking on a road trip through Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Italy offers a multi-faceted journey filled with diverse landscapes, rich cultural experiences, and the allure of exploring four distinct countries in one seamless adventure on our European Travel Package.

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What’s included in your European Travel Package

  • 1-Nights Accommodation in Wurzburg, Germany
  • 1-Nights Accommodation in Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany
  • 1-Nights Accommodation in Dinkelsbuhl, Germany
  • 2-Nights Accommodation in Fussen, Germany
  • 1-Nights Accommodation in Salzburg, Austria
  • 2-Nights Accommodation in Munich, Germany
  • 1-Nights Accommodation in Zurich, Switzerland
  • 2-Nights Accommodation in St. Moritz, Switzerland
  • 2-Nights Accommodation in Como, Italy
  • Car Rental from Frankfurt to Salzburg
  • Private Transportation from Salzburg to Airport Home
  • All Experiences as noted in the Itinerary
  • 24/7/365 Support from your Travel Designer and our Team
  • All Journeys Customized to Your Wishes

European Travel Package Itinerary

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Arrival in Germany

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Day 1: Wurzberg, Germany

Accommodations: Hotel Würzburger Hof

Discover Hotel Würzburger Hof, an exclusive private haven nestled in the heart of Würzburg, directly opposite the baroque “Juliusspital.” 

Awarded the Hotel Manager of the Year 2019, we take pride in offering a temporary home with loving and personal hospitality.

Welcome to Würzburg, Germany

Nestled in the heart of Franconia, Würzburg is a charming university city that seamlessly blends history, culture, and modernity. Boasting an impressive architectural landscape, the city is adorned with iconic landmarks, including the resplendent Würzburg Residence, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This baroque palace, designed by the famed architect Balthasar Neumann, is a testament to the city’s rich history and artistic heritage. Würzburg is also renowned for its winemaking tradition, and the surrounding vineyards contribute to the city’s picturesque setting.

Beyond its architectural splendors, Würzburg offers a vibrant cultural scene, with theaters, museums, and festivals that celebrate the city’s artistic spirit. Visitors can stroll along the Old Main Bridge, enjoy the scenic views of the Main River, and explore the charming streets of the Old Town. The city’s warm hospitality, coupled with its cultural richness, makes Würzburg a delightful destination for those seeking a harmonious blend ofhistory and contemporary allure.

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Day 2: Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany

Accommodations: Hotel Eisenhut

In the heart of Rothenburg ob der Tauber we welcome you to our four patrician houses from the 15th and 16th centuries. Our hotel in historic Rothenburg ob der Tauber offers you the ideal starting point for your Rothenburg experience, whether for an overnight stay, a short vacation or a conference. Benefit from the central location of our house and enjoy a fantastic view over the Tauber Valley.

Welcome to Rothenburg ob der Tauber

Rothenburg ob der Tauber, often referred to as the jewel of the Romantic Road, is a picturesque medieval town nestled in the heart of Bavaria, Germany. Encircled by well-preserved city walls, Rothenburg transports visitors back in time with its cobblestone streets, half-timbered houses, and charming market squares. The iconic Plönlein, with its quintessential medieval architecture and the Siebers Tower, serves as a postcard-perfect image that captures the essence of this historic town. Rothenburg’s Old Town, a testament to its medieval roots, is a trove of well-preserved landmarks, including the imposing Town Hall and the medieval Crime and Punishment Museum.

The town’s fairytale ambiance is heightened during the Christmas season when Rothenburg transforms into a winter wonderland with its enchanting Christmas Market. Visitors can explore the town’s unique shops, sample traditional Franconian cuisine, and immerse themselves in the festive spirit. Beyond its medieval charm, Rothenburg ob der Tauber stands as a testament to Germany’s rich cultural heritage, making it a must-visit destination for those seeking to step into a bygone era while reveling in the warmth of Bavarian hospitality.

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Day 3: Dinkelsbühl, Germany

Accommodations: Meiser Design Hotel

Luxurious ambience and modern design right outside the gates of Dinkelsbühl, the most beautiful old town in Germany according to Focus. From business trips to group trips to city trips on the Romantic Road – the 4-star superior hotel is the perfect starting point for an extraordinary vacation.

Welcome to Dinkelsbühl

Dinkelsbühl, situated along the Romantic Road in Bavaria, Germany, is a captivating medieval town that enchants visitors with its well-preserved historic charm. Encircled by medieval walls punctuated by watchtowers, the town’s architecture reflects its rich history. Strolling through Dinkelsbühl’s cobblestone streets unveils a treasure trove of half-timbered houses, charming squares, and well-maintained gardens. The iconic St. George’s Minster, a Gothic masterpiece, dominates the skyline and is a testament to the town’s architectural prowess.

The town’s medieval core, with its impressive fortifications, transports visitors to a bygone era. The exquisite Rothenburger Tor, one of the town’s gates, and the picturesque Wörnitz River enhance Dinkelsbühl’s picturesque allure. Beyond its architectural splendors, Dinkelsbühl hosts lively festivals and events, adding a contemporary vibrancy to its historic ambiance. Whether exploring its historic landmarks, attending local festivities, or simply savoring the tranquil atmosphere, Dinkelsbühl invites travelers to step back in time and experience the enchantment of medieval Germany.

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Day 4: Augsburg, Germany

Accommodations:  Hotel Maximilians

Welcome to the 5-Star Superior Hotel Maximilian’s in Augsburg. Situated in the city centre of Augsburg, our historic hotel welcomes you with more than 300 years of tradition and hospitality.

The Hotel Maximilian’s has been awarded the highest official hotel classification of 5-Star Superior. For the 300th anniversary in 2022, the team around Theodor Gandenheimer has set itself the goal of being among the best hotels in Germany.

Welcome to Augsburg

Augsburg, a city steeped in history and cultural richness, invites visitors to explore its captivating blend of medieval charm and modern vibrancy. As one of Germany’s oldest cities, Augsburg boasts an array of architectural wonders, with its well-preserved medieval buildings and charming cobblestone streets telling tales of centuries past. The Augsburg Cathedral, a stunning example of Gothic architecture, and the Perlachturm, a historic tower offering panoramic views of the city, stand as testaments to Augsburg’s architectural heritage. The Fuggerei, the world’s oldest social housing complex founded by the Fugger family in the 16th century, provides a glimpse into the city’s philanthropic history.

Modern-day Augsburg seamlessly integrates its historical legacy with contemporary life. The city center buzzes with energy as locals and visitors alike explore its diverse range of shops, cafes, and restaurants. The Augsburg Art Museum showcases an impressive collection of European paintings from the Renaissance to the Rococo period, adding a cultural dimension to the city’s allure. With its lively festivals, green parks, and a thriving arts scene, Augsburg invites travelers to discover the perfect balance between its rich history and present-day dynamism.

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Day 5-6: Fussen, Germany

Accommodations: Sommer Wellness-Hotel

There are places that immediately captivate you. The Allgäu is such a place. Between mountain and lake, nature and culture, enjoyment and tradition, you will discover your very own holiday happiness and experience relaxing moments of well-being.

The Hotel Sommer is picturesquely located on green meadows. The Forggensee stretches out in front of you, the horizon is limited by the mountains of the Allgäu Alps. 

Welcome to Fussen

Füssen, a charming town in Bavaria, Germany, is a captivating blend of historical richness and scenic beauty. Nestled at the foothills of the Alps, Füssen is renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture and its proximity to the fairytale-like Neuschwanstein Castle.

At the heart of Füssen lies the picturesque Old Town, adorned with colorful facades, cobblestone streets, and charming shops. St. Mang’s Basilica, a stunning blend of Gothic and Baroque styles, stands as a testament to the town’s religious heritage. The Hohes Schloss, or High Castle, dominates the skyline and houses the Bavarian State Collections of Paintings and Sculptures. Neuschwanstein Castle, situated just outside Füssen, is a fairytale fortress that inspired Disney’s Sleeping Beauty Castle. Majestically perched atop a hill, surrounded by lush forests, and overlooking the Alpsee Lake, Neuschwanstein is a symbol of romantic architecture and a must-visit destination.

Füssen’s location near the enchanting Lake Forggensee and the opportunity for outdoor activities in the Allgäu Alps make it a perfect destination for nature enthusiasts. Whether exploring the town’s rich history or embracing the natural wonders surrounding it, Füssen offers a delightful experience for every traveler.

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Day 7: Salzburg, Austria

Accommodations: Hotel Sacher Salzburg

The Hotel Sacher in Salzburg is considered one of the world’s best luxury hotels in Mozart’s hometown. Let the special flair of Salzburg work its magic on you in a unique, elegant ambience. Visit Mozart’s birthplace, the Hohensalzburg Fortress or the Salzburg Festival and experience first-class comfort, hospitality and culture in the heart of Salzburg.


Welcome to Salzburg

Nestled in the heart of the Austrian Alps, Salzburg is a city that effortlessly blends rich history, Baroque architecture, and stunning natural surroundings. Birthplace of the renowned composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the city exudes a musical charm that resonates through its streets and venues. The UNESCO-listed Old Town, known as Altstadt, boasts cobblestone streets lined with elegant buildings, including the iconic Hohensalzburg Fortress that proudly overlooks the city. Mirabell Palace and Gardens showcase beautifully manicured landscapes, while the Salzburg Cathedral and St. Peter’s Abbey are architectural masterpieces that contribute to the city’s cultural richness.

Beyond its cultural heritage, Salzburg is also a gateway to the breathtaking Austrian Alps. The nearby Salzkammergut region offers stunning lakes, including the picturesque Wolfgangsee and Fuschlsee, providing a serene escape into nature. Whether strolling through the historic streets, attending classical music performances, or marveling at the alpine landscapes, Salzburg offers a harmonious blend of cultural sophistication and natural beauty, making it a must-visit destination for travelers seeking an enriching and visually captivating experience.

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Day 8-9 Munich, Germany

Accommodations: Platzl Hotel Munich

The Platzl Hotel in Munich is a charming and well-established hotel located in the heart of the city. Situated in the historic Old Town (Altstadt), it offers a convenient location for exploring Munich’s cultural attractions and landmarks.

The hotel exudes a traditional Bavarian charm, providing guests with an authentic experience of the local culture and hospitality. Its central location makes it easy for guests to explore nearby attractions.

Welcome to Munich

Munich, the capital and largest city of Bavaria in southern Germany, is a vibrant metropolis that seamlessly blends rich history, cultural sophistication, and modern dynamism. Renowned for its Bavarian traditions, Munich is a city where historic architecture coexists harmoniously with contemporary urban life. The heart of the city is Marienplatz, a central square surrounded by iconic landmarks such as the New Town Hall (Neues Rathaus) and the Glockenspiel, which comes to life with animated figurines at specific times. The city’s architectural gems include the Nymphenburg Palace, a lavish Baroque residence, and the Frauenkirche, a twin-towered cathedral that dominates the skyline. Munich’s commitment to the arts is evident in world-class museums like the Alte Pinakothek and the Pinakothek der Moderne, offering a diverse range of artistic masterpieces.

Munich is not only a cultural hub but also a celebration of Bavarian hospitality and culinary delights. The city is famous for its beer culture, with beer gardens like the iconic Hofbräuhaus providing a quintessential Bavarian experience. The annual Oktoberfest, held in Munich, is the world’s largest beer festival, attracting millions of visitors to revel in the lively atmosphere, traditional music, and, of course, the finest Bavarian beer. Munich’s diverse neighborhoods offer unique experiences, from the trendy boutiques in Schwabing to the serene English Garden, one of the largest urban parks in the world. With its captivating mix of history, culture, and hospitality, Munich stands as a testament to the allure of German heritage and modern vitality.

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Day 9 Zurich, Switzerland

Accommodations: Storchen Zürich

As a Storchen Hotel guest, you benefit from the entire range of offers of our unique City & Lake Resort with the City & Lake Resort Guest Card. Board the hotel’s own Alex boat at the Storchensteg and let the captain take you to Thalwil, where another oasis right on the water awaits you. From star cuisine in the Widder Restaurant and La Rôtisserie to a relaxing wellness break in Alex Lake Zurich – the range of offers is broad and spectacular.

Welcome to Zurich

Zurich, the largest city in Switzerland, is a cosmopolitan metropolis nestled along the shores of Lake Zurich and surrounded by the majestic Swiss Alps. Renowned for its economic prowess, Zurich effortlessly marries its status as a global financial hub with a rich cultural heritage. The city’s Old Town (Altstadt) is a charming labyrinth of narrow cobblestone streets, historic buildings, and medieval churches. Dominating the skyline is the Grossmünster, an iconic twin-towered cathedral with roots dating back to the Romanesque era. Zurich is also a cultural haven, housing world-class museums such as the Kunsthaus Zurich, showcasing an impressive collection of Swiss and international art, and the Swiss National Museum, offering insights into the nation’s history and cultural evolution.

Zurich’s commitment to quality of life is evident in its pristine parks, including the scenic Lake Zurich promenade and the expansive Uetliberg Mountain, which provides panoramic views of the city and surrounding landscapes. The city is a culinary delight, offering a diverse range of gastronomic experiences, from Michelin-starred restaurants to traditional Swiss eateries. Zurich’s Bahnhofstrasse, one of the world’s most exclusive shopping streets, beckons with luxury boutiques and renowned brands. With its perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural vibrancy, and economic significance, Zurich stands as a testament to Switzerland’s ability to harmonize tradition and innovation.

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Day 10-11 St. Moritz, Switzerland

Accommodations: Grand Hotel des Bains Kempinski

Swiss Heritage Meets Modern Luxury:

Set in an iconic 19th-century building, this luxury 5-star hotel offers timeless European Luxury at the foot of the Cable Car with unrivalled access to skiing and hiking trails. The urban glamour of St. Moritz in the peaceful surroundings of the Swiss Alps makes the resort a true hideaway.

Welcome to St. Moritz

St. Moritz, nestled in the heart of the Engadin valley in the Swiss Alps, is synonymous with luxury, winter sports, and alpine elegance. Renowned as one of the world’s premier winter destinations, St. Moritz has played host to two Winter Olympics and numerous international events. The town is a playground for the elite, offering a glamorous atmosphere against the backdrop of snow-capped peaks and the dazzling Lake St. Moritz. The iconic Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, with its Belle Époque architecture, epitomizes the opulence of St. Moritz, welcoming discerning guests to experience the epitome of Swiss hospitality.

Beyond its reputation as a winter wonderland, St. Moritz boasts a wealth of outdoor activities throughout the year. During the summer, the pristine lakes and lush landscapes transform the region into a paradise for hiking, mountain biking, and water sports. The Engadin valley provides a picturesque setting for nature enthusiasts, while the town itself exudes sophistication with its upscale boutiques, gourmet restaurants, and a vibrant cultural scene. St. Moritz’s combination of natural beauty, exclusive amenities, and a legacy of hosting international events cements its status as a timeless destination that seamlessly blends alpine charm with cosmopolitan allure.

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Day 12-13 Lake Como, Italy

Accommodations: Palace Hotel Como

Thanks to its excellent location, the Palace Hotel is the ideal starting point to any destination on Lake Como.

The Palace Hotel is located in the suggestive scenario of Lake Como. A majestic and prestigious building, that features 94 rooms in a unique context that enhances Italian hospitality, where past and present merge into each other.

Welcome to Lake Como

Como, situated on the shores of Lake Como in northern Italy, is a captivating town renowned for its timeless beauty, historic charm, and stunning natural surroundings. The town is a gateway to the spectacular Lake Como, one of the deepest lakes in Europe, surrounded by lush hills and framed by the majestic Alps. Como itself is characterized by its elegant architecture, with the historic Como Cathedral (Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta) standing as a prominent landmark. The cathedral showcases a harmonious blend of Gothic and Renaissance styles, and its intricate façade is a testament to Como’s rich cultural heritage.

Beyond its architectural treasures, Como is celebrated for its lakeside promenade, offering panoramic views of the azure waters and the surrounding mountains. The charming streets of the town are lined with boutiques, cafes, and restaurants, inviting visitors to explore its vibrant atmosphere. The town’s proximity to other picturesque destinations around Lake Como, such as Bellagio and Varenna, makes it an ideal starting point for boat excursions. Como’s allure lies in its ability to seamlessly combine a relaxed lakeside ambiance with cultural richness, making it a captivating destination for those seeking both natural beauty and historical significance in the heart of the Italian Lake District.

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