We operate day trips and multiple day journeys to the most interesting sights in southern Germany.
All our travel packages are 100% flexible private luxury tours - just made for you. You never travel in a group.
Our travel packages always include:
Visit Stuttgart and the Baden-Württemberg region.
Baden-Württemberg is one of the most popular holiday destination in Germany. A main sight is the capital and biggest city, Stuttgart: a modern and historic city at the same time. It offers a unique urban architecture and atmosphere with its inner city parks and historic Wilhelma zoo, its castles, its museums as well as a rich cultural programme and mineral spring baths. Stuttgart is the only major city in Germany with vineyards in an urban territory.
Visit the castle of Ludwigsburg and Karlsruhe, the casino of luxurious Baden-Baden, the tallest church in the world in Ulm, the university towns of Heidelberg and Tübingen. Former monasteries such as the ones on Reichenau Island and at Maulbronn are World Heritage Sites. In Baden-Württemberg you can also find rich old Free Imperial Cities such as Biberach, Esslingen am Neckar, Heilbronn, Ravensburg, Reutlingen and Schwäbisch Hall. Freiburg is the southernmost and sunniest city of Germany and an ideal base for exploring the nearby Black Forest and the Rhine Valley of South Baden.
Rottweil is famous for its carnival and on the Swabian Alb you will find Hohenzollern Castle and Sigmaringen Castle, as well as the largely Swabian Forest. The Rhine Valley and Lake Constance (German: Bodensee), are especially popular for outdoor activities in the summer months.
In spring and autumn (April/May and September/October), beer and wine festivals are taking place in and around Stuttgart. The Cannstatter Volksfest, is the second biggest such festival in the world after the Munich Oktoberfest. In late November and early December, beautiful Christmas markets are a tourist magnet in all major towns.
On a guided Stuttgart city tour discover the top sights:
+ Collegiate Church with two unequal towers from the 12th century
+ Old Renaissance Palace from the 16th century
+ New Stuttgart Palace built in 1746 on Palace Square
+ Royal Building from 1860
+ Schiller Square
+ Stuttgart opera house built by Max Littmann for King William II in 1909