Follow the Romantic Road in Germany
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Rothenburg, a popular mediaval town along the Romantic Road
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The Romantic Road (German: Romantische Strasse) is the term for a theme route coined by travel agents in the 1950s to describe the stretch of highway in southern Germany (in Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg), between Würzburg (Würzburg vacation rentals | Würzburg travel guide) and Füssen (Füssen vacation rentals | Füssen travel guide). This region of Germany is thought by many international travelers to possess
quintessentially German scenery and culture, specifically in towns and cities such as Nördlingen (Nördlingen vacation rentals | Nördlingen travel guide), Dinkelsbühl (Dinkelsbühl vacation rentals | Dinkelsbühl travel guide) and Rothenburg ob der Tauber (Rothenburg ob der Tauber vacation rentals | Rothenburg ob der Tauber travel guide). The Romantic Road is also known for passing by the famous Neuschwanstein Castle.
Along the Romantic Road in Germany
- Tauberbischofsheim (Tauberbischofsheim vacation rentals | Tauberbischofsheim travel guide)
- Lauda-Königshofen (Lauda-Königshofen vacation rentals | Lauda-Königshofen travel guide)
- Bad Mergentheim (Bad Mergentheim vacation rentals | Bad Mergentheim travel guide)
- Weikersheim (Weikersheim vacation rentals | Weikersheim travel guide)
- Röttingen (Röttingen vacation rentals | Röttingen travel guide)
- Creglingen (Creglingen vacation rentals | Creglingen travel guide)
- Rothenburg ob der Tauber
- Schillingsfürst (Schillingsfürst vacation rentals | Schillingsfürst travel guide)
- Feuchtwangen (Feuchtwangen vacation rentals | Feuchtwangen travel guide)
- Nördlingen (Nördlingen vacation rentals | Nördlingen travel guide)
- Harburg (Harburg vacation rentals | Harburg travel guide)
- Donauwörth (Donauwörth vacation rentals | Donauwörth travel guide)
- Augsburg (Augsburg vacation rentals | Augsburg travel guide)
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- Landsberg am Lech (Landsberg am Lech vacation rentals | Landsberg am Lech travel guide)
- Schongau (Schongau vacation rentals | Schongau travel guide)
- Steingaden (Steingaden vacation rentals | Steingaden travel guide) and Wieskirche
- Schwangau (Schwangau vacation rentals | Schwangau travel guide), Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau (Hohenschwangau vacation rentals | Hohenschwangau travel guide)
- Fuessen (Fuessen vacation rentals | Fuessen travel guide)
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