Our Black Forest Germany tours take us beyond our core region along the river Danube into Bavaria.
Some 7,5 miles south-east of Regensburg visitors are puzzled by an unusual sight: high above the banks of the Danube a Greek temple dominates the charming Bavarian landscape. It was king Ludwig I. of Bavaria who built the Walhalla as a national monument modelled on the Parthenon temple in Athens. Having served in the Napoleonic
Our Black Forest Germany tours take us beyond our core region along the river Danube into Bavaria. One of the oldest cities in Bavaria, Regensburg can boast of 1800 years of breath-taking history. Founded as a Roman military camp the city prospered into the most affluent merchant city in Southern Germany during the Middle Ages only to decline after the early 1500s and sink into oblivion. As a result, Regensburg has the most intact medieval city centre in Bavaria. You will feel like a time traveller walking down the narrow cobblestoned alleys