As kids, many of us dreamed of one day driving a sports car on the German autobahn or back and forth through switchbacks in the Black Forest. TravelMaven can make this dream a reality.
As it turns out, the most famous German car manufactures all come from southern Germany, and have museums dedicated to their brands in their hometowns - BMW in Munich, Audi in Ingolstadt, and Porsche & Mercedes in Stuttgart.
And what better way to see these automotive museums than on a driving tour! Our small group (maximum 20 guests) will fly into Germany, pick up our rental cars, and tour the highways and byways of Bavaria and the Black Forest, stopping each day to visit a tribute to German automotive engineering and history.
Using GPS routing, each pair of guests will have their own car, and get themselves from place to place. During the day, we will tour car museums. In the evening, we will gather to enjoy dinner (and maybe a few local beers), before spending the night in a lovely hotel. And the next day, we'll do it again!
I can't imagine a trip better described as "bucket list" than this one. Hope you and a friend will join us!
Day 1 (Saturday) Depart Toronto
Our group will meet at Pearson Airport about 6:30 pm before catching our 9 pm direct flight to Frankfurt.
Day 2 (Sunday) Rothenburg for lunch, drive to Augsburg (D)
We will land at Frankfurt
Day 3 (Monday) Audi in Ingolstadt (B,D)
Day 4 (Tuesday) BMW in Munich ((B,D)
Day 5 (Wednesday) Driving Tour into the Alps (B,D)
Day 6 (Thursday) Mercedes in Stuttgart (B,D)
Our group will meet at Pearson Airport about 6:30 pm before catching our 9 pm direct flight to Holland.
Day 7 (Friday) Porsche in Zuffenhausen (B,D)
We will land
Day 8 (Saturday) Driving Tour into the Black Forest (B,D)
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Day 9 (Sunday) Rhine River Drive, return to Toronto (B)