DAY 1 - AIRPLANE
You leave your home country and spend the night in a comfortable wide-bodied aircraft of your choice. After only a few hours you land in Frankfurt, Germany.
DAY 2 -FRANKFURT
Shortly after Touchdown in Frankfurt, you check into your comfortable Sheraton hotel. It is located in the airport. As part of a short aperitif you will get to know your fellow travelers and the essential points of your trip. Then we drive to the old town of Frankfurt, which was recently renovated and historically completed and where we will have dinner together.
Frankfurt Old Town
DAY 3 -WINNINGEN
After breakfast we drive to the Eifel, where you take over your fully equipped mobile home. After the introduction, we drive to the nearby mall to stock up supplies. Then we visit the famous and most beautiful medieval castle in Germany, Burg Eltz. After we have moved into the campsite on the Moselle, we drive in a covered wagon through the steep vineyards above the famous wine village Winningen and end the day with a wine tasting.
DAY 4 - REIMS
The journey takes you through the hilly Eifel, through the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg to Reims, the capital of Champagne. In this ancient dignified city, all French kings have been crowned since the 12th century. An exciting city tour with a visit to a champagne cellar awaits you here.
DAY 5 - PARIS
On our way to Paris, we visit the largest and most imposing baroque castle in the world, Versailles. Built by Louis XIV, the palace with its huge gardens is incredibly spacious and lavishly luxurious.
Paris Arc de Triomphe de l´Étoile
DAY 6 - PARIS
Today we enjoy a full-day sightseeing tour and a hosted dinner on the river Seine. We see the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe de l'Etoile, the Champs Elysees and the famous Montmartre.
Jardins du Trocadéro
DAY 7 - PARIS
The whole day is at your leisure. Maybe you would like to visit the Mona Lisa or climb the Eiffel Tower or simply stroll through the luxurious shopping streets of Paris (Saint-Germain-des-Prés).
Arc de Triomphe de Carrousel
DAY 8 - GENEVA
Today we leave early in the morning, because we have the longest single distance ahead of us. Nevertheless, we reach the UN city Geneva in the early afternoon, beautifully situated at Lake Geneva. Enough time to visit this "smallest metropolis in the world", as it calls itself.
Geneva Old Town
DAY 9 - GRINDELWALD
One of the most impressive and varied routes lies ahead of us today. First we drive along the largest alpine lake and through extensive wine regions. At the end of Lake Geneva we reach the Rhone Valley. This over 800 km long river rises at the Gotthard massif and flows into the Mediterranean near Marseille. We soon leave the motorway and climb the Col de Pillon, which connects the Rhone Valley and the Bernese Oberland. The landscapes are simply breathtaking. Just like the gigantic north face of the Eiger where we will spend the next two nights.
DAY 10- GRINDELWALD
You will never forget today´s excursion to the imposing Jungfrau Joch. We will reach the highest train station in Europe (11,332 feet) after a 90-minute ride on the more than 100 years old Jungfrau train. The view is simply overwhelming – a spectacular adventure of a very special kind. This train journey is undoubtedly one of the absolute highlights of any trip to Europe. An unforgettable adventure.
DAY 11 - LOCARNO
Our first stop today, after crossing another alpine pass, is Lucerne. There we visit the famous wooden bridge and the medieval old town. We then drive through the founding states of Switzerland (1,291) and cross the Gotthard Pass (6,912 feet) to the Canton of Ticino and to Locarno, the Italian part of Switzerland.
DAY 12 - LOCARNO
We take the boat to the island of Brissago and the beautiful botanical garden (more than 50.000 different plants). In the evening we eat local specialties in a rustic Ticino Grotto.
DAY 13 - VIAREGGIO
On the way to the Italian Riviera we visit the unique coastal town of Portofino, which still attracts the rich and famous. In Viareggio, known for its long sandy beaches and colorful Carnival, we will spend the next three nights (beaches within walking distance).
DAY 14 - VIAREGGIO
We get to know Lucca, the hometown of Giacomo Puccini and, of course, Pisa and its sights as part of a guided tour. The leaning tower will inspire you. But there is much more to see in this two sister cities.
DAY 15 - VIAREGGIO
The whole day at your leisure. Maybe visit Volterra. With its spectacular scenery, the city is considered one of the most beautiful in Tuscany. Or perhaps you visit the nearby Livorno. One of the most important port cities in Italy. But don't forget. The sandy beaches of Viareggio with its luxurious Lidos, are just a short walk from our campsite.
St. Peter's Square
DAY 17 - ROME
Today we discover Rome as part of a guided full-day tour. We visit the Vatican City, St. Peter's Basilica, the 1,900-year-old Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum and much more. In a typical Roman restaurant we have dinner together.
DAY 16 - ROME
We drive through the lovely landscape of Tuscany to San Giminiano, the city of family towers. Afterwards we visit the medieval Siena with its famous Piazza del Campo and the impressive cathedral. A local guide will tell us more about this beautiful city. In the evening we reach the eternal city of Rome.
DAY 18 - ROME
A whole day to discover your personal Rome. Visit the heart of the lost Roman Empire or take a seat on the most famous steps in Italy, the Spanish Staircase, and watch the colorful bustle of this lively city.
DAY 19 - FLORENCE
Today we visit Orvieto with its impressive Duomo. Then we drive through the lovely hilly landscape of Chianti to Greve in Chianti where we will taste this wonderful wine. After a short drive, we reach the capital of Tuscany.
Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore
Venice Baslilica Santa Maria della Salute
DAY 21 - VENICE
Over the hills of Tuscany and the wide Po valley we reach the popular sandy beach of Jesolo. Here we stay three times and explore the unique lagoon city of Venice.
DAY 20 - FLORENCE
In the morning we explore with a local guide this beautiful city, including, Michelangelo's David statue in the Accademia Museum. In the afternoon you will have enough time to discover the city of the Medici family yourself.
Ponte Vecchio Florence
DAY 22 - VENICE
If you enjoy food and wine, this is your day. Experience Venetian gastronomy like a local. We avoid the typical tourist traps and discover hidden jewels and secrets. We dive into the tasty food, the delicious wine and the fascinating history of Venice on a 3-hour walk and stroll through a colorful market full of local delicacies such as fish, fruit and wine. You will see and experience Venice like hardly any other visitor.
DAY 23 - VENICE
Now you have time all day to discover Venice on your own. Maybe you will take a boat trip to Murano to the famous glassblowers. Or you can return to St. Mark's Square and discover the countless small streets from there. Or maybe you just want to enjoy a relaxing day on the beautiful beach of our RV Park.
DAY 24 - ST. MORITZ
Today you experience a ride of the extremes. From the Mediterranean beach we drive over the 7,650 feet high Bernina pass down to the most beautiful and spectacular valley in the Alps, the Upper Engadine with its sophisticated resort St. Moritz. How about teatime at the Waldhaus Hotel, which has been family-run for over 100 years and has been awarded several times as the best hotel in Switzerland? This hotel is unique and takes you into a living past.
DAY 26 - INNSBRUCK
From St. Moritz we always drive along the Inn to Innsbruck in Austria. A local guide will show us the sights of this alpine Olympic city including the famous Golden Roof of Innsbruck. During the dinner together, we will enjoy the various demonstrations of local traditions and customs.
Ancient Musical Customs
DAY 25 - ST. MORITZ
This morning we board a cable car that brings us to the top of the mighty Corvatsch (11,322 feet) for a lunch with spectacular views over the many lakes and mountain peaks. Many of them over 14,500 feet high. In the afternoon there is still plenty of time for a short hike or a shopping spree in fashionable St. Moritz.
DAY 27 -
Today we stay overnight at another alpine lake. But before, we visit the magnificent and exciting fairytale Neuschwanstein Castle of King Ludwig II.
DAY 28 - MUNICH
A short drive brings us to Munich. In the afternoon we go on sightseeing tour. After a typical Bavarian dinner, we visit the famous Hofbräuhaus brewery. Lots of fun guaranteed.
DAY 30 - STUTTGART
Today we visit the inventor of the automobile, Mercedes-Benz and his extraordinary museum. But first we visit the famous monastery Maulbronn. During the guided tour through the most completely preserved Cistercian monastery in Europe you will experience a unique density of styles from Romanesque to Late Gothic.
DAY 29 - MUNICH
The next day is at your leisure. There's a lot to discover. The Olympic grounds of 1972, the English Garden or the spacious and interesting German Museum.
DAY 31 - KOBLENZ
After a short drive we reach Heidelberg, one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. Pure romance between the castle, old town, river and the oldest university in Germany. Then we drive to Koblenz, always along the romantic Rhine, with its countless castles.
Romantic Rhine Valley
DAY 32 - KOBLENZ
With the gondola we drive up to the largest fortress in Western Europe, absolutely imposing. After a ride on the Moselle and the Rhine we return our vehicles. We spend the night in the nicest hotel of Koblenz, right on the Moselle, where we also have our farewell dinner.
Koblenz Fortress Ehrenbreitstein
DAY 33 - AT HOME
After breakfast, we drive you to Frankfurt Airport. Good by, thank you so much for travelling with us and take care.
Home, Sweet Home