Roteiro "Entre os Alpes e o Lago de Constança"

No roteiro "Entre os Alpes e o Lago de Constança" da UNESCO, os visitantes se aventuram por uma viagem de volta à pré-história, descobrem uma igreja esquecida e desembarcam em uma ilha muito especial. De quebra, o roteiro tem também destaques internacionalmente famosos, como o castelo Neuschwanstein e a metrópole bávara, Munique – com o fascinante cenário da paisagem à beira Alpes ao fundo.

Informações de roteiros

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Extensão: aprox. 600 quilômetros • Ponto de partida: Stuttgart • Destino: Munique • Duração: 4 dias

Hospedagens recomendadas: p. ex. Ilha Reichenau, Füssen

O roteiro

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