Majestic Germany | Germany Itinerary

Majestic Germany Itinerary

Must Visit Places in Majestic Germany | Germany Itinerary

I have done this trip by Euro Rail.  And these cities can also be done by road trips if you are renting a car.  There are many Music Festivals in Germany which are also worth visiting.  Also, you can do road tripping – Driving through the romantic road tour in Germany

Before you plan for your Majestic Germany tour, read complete details about this country on Germany Travel Blog

Munich – Beer Capital of the World | Must Visit Places in Majestic Germany | Germany Itinerary

Famous for Cars manufacturing companies, Engineering & Technology Museum, and Art center. In this article you will know more about what is Germany famous for

Take Hop On Hop Off Bus and tour around Munich.

Indian Mango Tree is the best restaurant for vegetarian and Indian food.

Engineering Museum and Buildings of Munich.

Garmisch(Bavarian Alps) | Must Visit Places in Majestic Germany | Germany Itinerary

Snow-clad cities near Garmisch area like Mittenwald, Zugspitze ski resort and once a winter Olympics location). The local Buses very cheap option takes you to all the villages of Garmisch and very convenient also. You can also Rent a car.  Family Guest Houses are very popular here and very accommodating in all senses.IMG_5731, Neuschwanstein castle in Fussen

Heidelberg Must Visit Places in Majestic Germany | Germany Itinerary

The Scientific hub of Germany and the oldest university of Germany is in Heidelberg.  The most romantic town with red roofs and a flowing river and colorful streets surrounded by colorful shops and beer bars.  Walking is the best way to experience this city. And if long distance then prefer to rent a car. Click this link for more information on Heidelberg.

FrankfurtMust Visit Places in Majestic Germany | Germany Itinerary

The Biggest city of Germany and also a major financial hub of Europe. Frankfurt is a city with skyscrapers and modernity.  Shopping lovers will love this city. You will find cuisine from all the parts of the world here. Very much metropolitan.  Metro is the best way of commuting in the city. From Frankfurt, you can also book a scenic Rhine Valley road tripThough Germany is famous for beer, but there are quite famous  and best coffee spots in Frankfurt. 

For commuting within Germany take a Euro Rail pass which is always a very good option in Europe as all trains are very well connected to each and every part and run on time.

7 Days Itinerary for Majestic Germany | Must Visit Places in Majestic Germany | Germany Attractions Tour

Day 1. Arrive at Munich night stay for 2 nights

See Munich city.

Day 2. Go to Car manufacturing companies like BMW or Mercedes and see how a car is being manufactured. Please check the date and timings before going as some days are off for visitors. Hop on Hop off bus drops you there.

Day 3 to Day 5

Go to Garmisch stay for 2 nights if you are nature/countryside lover

Go to different surrounding villages. Also, take a cable car and go to the top point of Bavarian Alps good for skiers and snow lovers.

Next day go to Fussen for the castle. It will take half day depends upon the rush. So it is better to book tickets online for castle entrance to avoid the queue. From Garmisch local bus will drop you to Fussen castle downhill. To climb up there are two options i) trekking or ii) horse carts(available there but you have to queue for them also)

Day 6 – Go to Heidelberg by train (1-night stay)

walking tours

Day 7 Go to Frankfurt. If you are visiting Frankfurt for short time then read about how to spend a 5-hour layover in Frankfurt. 

2 nights is enough but it depends on you. Stay near the railway station for better connectivity of metro, bus, and railways.

Read about funny and silly things about Living in Germany for many years.

Black forest is on the borders of Strasbourg in France and Germany which you can go from Munich. The Black Forest is an amazing place.

Currency – Euro

Language – German

Plan for Heidelberg by clicking this link


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  1. This is a good itinerary for first timers like me. Neuschwanstein castle looks amazing! I am saving your blog for my future reference. 🙂

  2. That’s a great list of places you can’t miss when in Germany. You managed to cover all the places in 7 days except Berlin. I guess that needs 2-3 days more. I think 2 weeks in Germany will be a good time to visit. Or do you think it will be too much? Let me know your thoughts.

  3. I absolutely love mountains and those Alps are just gorgeous! Not to mention the castle with the shot. That’s crazy! It just became a must-visit place for me.

  4. I am yet to visit Germany so I certainly appreciate this itinerary. Those Bavarian Alps look straight out of a Grimm brothers fairytale. I would also love to soak up the academic atmosphere of Heidelberg!

  5. I’d like to go to Heidelburg and Garmisch, these are new to me. I love Frankfurt and Munich is so elegant too. You’re right about the romantic red roofs, they’re so iconic in this part of Germany!

  6. I am going to Berlin next year but after reading this its only made me want to go to more of Germany and see the incredible sights. Especially Neuschwanstein castle. This place really is incredible!

  7. I’ve always been curious about a visit to Germany. I love how well you’ve put together this tip sheet for tourists. I’d be lost without the help of the internet and people like yourself helping me along the way!

  8. I went to Germany for the first time a few weeks ago but only visited Berlin! I’ll have to go back for all these other places 🙂

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