Sights of Germany & more
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Germany offers so much!
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TooT Sights of Germany Tours
What would you like to see?
Germany offers so much. Wherever you would like to put your focus on. On your special customized holiday with Bavarian Chauffeur Tour, you can fit it all in. Vacation - Relaxation - Education. You can have it all.
Let us inspire you by our TooT sights for Germany & more or tell us where you would like to go.
TooT driver guide tip - UNESCO World Heritage
is the centre of Franconian wine production, some excellent whites are made here. The impressive fortress "Marienburg" and the Bishop's palace "Residenz" (the biggest sealing fresco painting in the world, UNESCO listed) are just a few examples why Würzburg is worth visiting.
is UNESCO World Heritage. Sights like the old stone bridge (first one in Europe) , the main church "Dom" and Tuscany style residential towers are just a some of the highlights. Today Regensburg is a flourishing university town with lot`s of cultural life.
is one of the most beautiful medieval towns in Germany, also known as "the Rome in the North" with impressive churches showing you the great variety of architecture styles through the centuries.
is mainly know as the city of the famous Richard Wagner Festival. Though the Margravial Opera House of Bayreuth became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012.
TooT driver guide tip - Cities to see
Munich - the secret capital of Germany. The capital of Bavaria has more to offer than Oktoberfest and beer gardens. It is home of BMW and FC Bayern München.
Rothenburg ob der Tauber
One of the most romantic places and highlight of the Romantic Road. Rothenburg is different and for good reasons among the top destinations in Bavaria and Germany.
is mainly known as the city of the famous Richard Wagner Festival. Though the Margravial Opera House of Bayreuth became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012.
- culturally seen, Weimar is one of Germany ´s highlights. Our two most famous poets Goethe and Schiller, and the great baroque composer J.S. Bach are still present.
A fascinating old town, gothic churches, the Nazi Party Rally Site with an excellent historic documentation and great museums are just a few highlights of this city.
has more to offer than just a famous castle and the world`s biggest wine barrel.
is Germany's capital and by far biggest city. Is is one of the most exciting European cities with plenty of reassons to visit.
TooT driver guide tip - Places to go
From Würzburg at it's Northern end to Füssen in the South, the Romantic Road is a highlight among the tourism routes in Germany - the oldest and most popular one.
The Black Forest is definitely one of the most impressive areas in Germany and worth to be visited on your tour of Southern Germany.
is the border between Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The name giving town Constance is a beautiful university town located directly at the lake.
The Alps are a natural barrier between Central and Southern Europe is one of the most impressive mountain chains in the world - not as high as mountains on other continents but unbelievable beautiful.
The Rhine, Germany`s biggest stream shaped this unique landscape, which is an UNESCO world heritage site.
A beautiful rocky landscape between Nuremberg, Bamberg and Bayreuth with lovely rivers, uncounted castles and hundreds of breweries - you don't need more words for a perfect description of "Franconian Switzerland".
TooT driver guide tip - More places to go
- a walk from the old town square to the castle, the "king's walk" along some great churches, patrician houses and other sights is the highlight of Prague.
– biggest city in the Alps “Bridge across the River Inn” that’s what the name Innsbruck means is the Tyrolean capital.
has everything a tourist can ask for, palaces, churches, a charming old town, history, famous persons (Mozart!), gardens and a fascinating mountain landscape around the city.
Salzkammergut - Sound of Music Land
This charming area, with clear lakes and scenic mountains in the Western end of Austria is well known as the place where the “sound of music” took place.
is a great place for everyone, St Stephan church, the Habsburgian Palaces, patrician houses, art and other museums, composers (Beethoven, Schubert, Richard Strauss, Haydn land many others lived there), parks, coffee-houses