Our Featured Adventures in Germany
Take Europe’s most popular cycling route and spend six exciting days discovering medieval towns; visit ancient castles and museums and bike through rolling orchards and vineyards. In the evenings, relax in friendly lakeside beer gardens and wine bars.
Walk the oldest and one of the most beautiful hiking trails in Germany, traversing the entire Black Forest range north to south from Pforzheim to Basel in Switzerland. On this moderate to strenuous itinerary you will walk the complete trail in 12 walking stages.
Follow one of Germany’s most romantic footpaths, from Lake Starnberg through beautiful Upper Bavaria to the fairy-tale Neuschwanstein Castle. Enjoy the fantastic views of the Ammergauer Alps, the Zugspitze and the Allgäu and stay in charming small hotels and guesthouses to experience the best of Bavarian hospitality.
The Danube Cycle Path from Passau to Vienna is Europe’s most popular cycling route. It goes on a dedicated cycling path along the river, so you will be able to marvel the natural beauty around you without worrying about any car traffic. On your way, you will also have plenty of time to stop and indulge yourself in the culinary delights of the region.
Explore on foot the best parts of Saxon Switzerland in Germany and Bohemian Switzerland in Czechia. Part of the route follows the Malerweg (Painters Trail). You will reach famous sights such as the Bastei viewpoint and bridge near Rathen, the Königstein Fortress and Pravčická Brána, the biggest natural rock arch in Europe.
The Elbe Sandstone Mountains are one of the most beautiful regions in Germany, located just a few miles from Dresden. In 2006, the 115-kilometre long Painter’s Path (Malerweg) was inaugurated. This is a moderate to strenuous trek, appropriate for experienced hikers, which takes in the entire Malerweg Trail in just 8 days.