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  • Bamberg: Old Town Hall
    Bamberg: Old Town Hall ©DZT (Florian Trykowski Fotografie)
  • Sigmaringen Castle on the Danube
    Sigmaringen Castle on the Danube ©DZT (Jochen Keute)
  • Lake Constance: Meersburg
    Lake Constance: Meersburg ©DZT (Photographie Jürgen Pollak)

Travel without Borders

Travel without borders is an experienced boutique tour operator specialising in tailor-made and special interest holidays to Germany. The company organises accommodation and transport, such as Eurotunnel if you travel with your own car or flights and car hire. Travel without borders prides itself on purely focussing on Germany as a destination and offers a truly personal and flexible service. If you are not keen to join an escorted tour, but would like to discover the Royal Heritage Route on your own and at your own pace, then travel without borders will be happy to arrange a suitable itinerary for you.


If you wish to discover Coburg with its famous Veste Fortress, Callenberg Castle and Ehrenburg Palace, not forgetting the nearby Rosenau Castle, then why not let us arrange this for you in such a way that allows you to visit other beautiful castles, parks and gardens too. (Please note that this itinerary is purely an example of what we can arrange and as such can be amended to suit you, naturally other airports or travelling in your own car are options too).

Day 1 and Day 2

Mainau Island / Lake Constance: Castle church of St. Marien Flight to Zurich, pick up hire car. Discover the beautiful Gardens of Lake Constance. Lake Constance has ten gardens and a whole lot more. Take a trip through the history of garden culture: gardens and parks with breathtaking views bring to life the region’s rich history. The town on Lake Constance has managed to keep itself true to the long-standing traditions of trade and culture right up until the present day, adding many new aspects along the way. Spend 2 nights in this region.

Day 3

Sigmaringen Castle on the Danube Drive to Coburg, stopping en route at Sigmaringen Castle. It is assumed that an early Roman and Alemannic settlement already existed on the crag over the Danube, but possible remains stay well hidden under the medieval castle walls. For hundreds of years the European aristocracy met at Sigmaringen Castle and the family of Hohenzollern still owns the castle today.

Spend 5 nights in Coburg

Bamberg: Old Town Nearby excursions of interest include Würzburg and Bamberg. Coburg is a lively city, rich in tradition. With the fortress towering high above the city, its art collections, Ehrenburg Castle and the State Theatre, Coburg houses cultural and art treasures of international renown. Würzburg is a special mix of culture and ambiance, of world heritage and wine festivals, of modern and classical music, of avant-garde and age-old traditions, of sciences and party atmosphere that makes this town so popular. The stunning historical architecture provides the perfect setting for everything Würzburg has to offer. Bamberg's well-preserved Old Town comprises three historical districts – the episcopal town, the island town and the market gardener's town. All three are part of the UNESCO World Heritage site and provide a fascinating example of how central European towns were built up around the basic layouts established in the early Middle Ages.

Day 8

Frankfurt/Main: Alte Oper, Opera House Travel back towards Frankfurt spending your final night at the deluxe Schlosshotel Kronberg (Castle Hotel) near the financial capital of Germany. Most people associate Frankfurt with brokers, banks, stocks and shares – and they wouldn't be wrong, but there is much more to the city than just big business. Frankfurt does, after all, have an unrivalled museum scene and offers a wide range of cultural activities.

Day 9

Flight back from Frankfurt-Main airport.

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Travel Without Borders
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