• Cyclist
    Cyclist ©Kiedrowski, Rainer (Kiedrowski, Rainer)
  • The rosarium at Orangery Palace, Potsdam
    The rosarium at Orangery Palace, Potsdam ©Kleve Marketing GmbH& Co. KG
  • Hockenheimring
    Hockenheimring ©HockenheimringGmbh
  • Plönlein in Rothenburg ob der Tauber
    Plönlein in Rothenburg ob der Tauber ©Touristik-Arbeitsgemeinschaft Romantische Strasse GbR
  • Katzenberg mountain, Mayen
    Katzenberg mountain, Mayen ©Moselschieferstraße e.V.
  • Fulda: Fasanerie Castle and grounds
    Fulda: Fasanerie Castle and grounds ©DZT (Bildarchiv Monheim GmbH)
  • Hamburg, Elbe: harbour
    Hamburg, Elbe: harbour ©DZT (Merten, Hans Peter)
  • The monastery of St. Johnä's Knights (Johanniterkloster) in Ceský Dub, Czech Republic
    The monastery of St. Johnä's Knights (Johanniterkloster) in Ceský Dub, Czech Republic ©Marketing-Gesellschaft Oberlausitz-Niederschlesien mbH
  • Neukirchen, Chapel of the Holy Blood (Kapelle beim Heiligen Blut)
    Neukirchen, Chapel of the Holy Blood (Kapelle beim Heiligen Blut) ©DZT (Kiedrowski, Rainer)
  • Roman festival in Aalen
    Roman festival in Aalen ©Limesmuseum Aalen (Peter Kruppa)
  • ©Golf Tourism Development & Services, Lüneburg
  • Hohenzollern Castle
    Hohenzollern Castle ©Zollernalbkreis mbH/Zollernalb-Touristinfo
  • Bad Wurzach Palace
    Bad Wurzach Palace ©Tourismus Betriebs GmbH Bad Saulgau
  • Ahaus moated palace, rear view
    Ahaus moated palace, rear view ©EUREGIO
  • Trendelburg Castle: Pforte
    Trendelburg Castle: Pforte ©Deutsche Märchenstrasse e. V., Kassel (Paavo Blofield)
  • Bad Wurzach Palace: Baroque staircase
    Bad Wurzach Palace: Baroque staircase ©Oberschwaben-Tourismus GmbH
  • ©Transromanica e.V.
  • Sculpture
    Sculpture ©Kur- und Touristikservice Lindenfels
  • The fortress city of Neuf-Breisach, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site
    The fortress city of Neuf-Breisach, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site ©Breisach-Touristik
  • An avenue in East Wonsheim
    An avenue in East Wonsheim ©Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutsche Allenstrasse, Bonn
Scenic routes from A to Z

Scenic routes – an easy way to explore Germany at your own pace

Germany's scenic routes are ideal for discovering the country by car, motorbike or bicycle. Choose from over 150 diverse routes, each featuring a different aspect of Germany's regions.

The tours combine sightseeing with the pleasures of the open road. You decide how fast and how far to travel – and what takes your interest. If you like exploring the countryside, the German Alpine Road could be for you, while history enthusiasts will be fascinated by the German Limes Route. Handcrafted products such as porcelain, clocks and glass all have their own route, and regional products such as wine, cheese and asparagus also provide themes for culinary routes.

Take to the open road and explore Germany at your leisure – just follow the signposts!

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