[PDF] Germany's Romantic Road: A Guide for Walkers and Cyclists (Cicerone Guides)
Germany's Romantic Road: A Guide for Walkers and Cyclists (Cicerone Guides) Gordon McLachlan DOC | *audiobook | ebooks | Download PDF | ePub
#3018467 in Books 1997-01-01Original language:EnglishPDF # 1 6.77 x .59 x 4.57l, .0 #File Name: 1852842334224 pages | File size: 45.Mb Gordon McLachlan : Germany's Romantic Road: A Guide for Walkers and Cyclists (Cicerone Guides) before purchasing it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised Germany's Romantic Road: A Guide for Walkers and Cyclists (Cicerone Guides):
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. This book will be a great aid.By WHLI've done part of the Romantic Road (Fussen to Weiskirke) but hope to do more. This book will be a great aid.2 of 12 people found the following review helpful. still waitingBy tubbyI find it ironic that I am asked to review a product that I have not rec'd. I ordered it on 2/28/11 and do not have it on 4/9/11. This is a guide for walkers and cyclists to the Romantische Strasse, or Romantic Road, Germany's oldest and most popular touring route. Hitherto almost exclusively known as a motoring itinerary, a new waymarked route makes it suitable for cycling or walking. Nevertheless, descriptions of the towns and scenery along the way will be useful to motorists too. Starting at the charming Alpine town of Fussen, the Romantic Road travels to the famous royal castles of Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein, through the pre-Alpine landscape of the Pfaffenwinkel with its ornate pilgrimage churches, to Landsberg am Lech. From there, it goes down the Lech valley to the great Renaissance city of Augsburg. It continues on to Donauworth on the Danube, along the Wornitz valley to castle-crowned Harburg, then through the moon-like Ries crater to the walled medieval town of Nordlingen. Two more walled towns, Dinkelsbuhl and Rothenburg, are the highlights of the next part of the route. From the latter, it proceeds along the gentle Tauber valley via the former princely capital of Weikersheim and the plush spa of Bad Mergentheim. The Romantic Road terminates in Wurzburg, a city equally renowned for culture and gastronomy.