Bavaria in Germany, including its three Franconian districts located in the North of it, gives visitors an incredible experience with many things to see and feel. In this 5 days trip, doable by public transport with start and end in Nuremberg, among other things, you will be able to visit two towns, Bamberg and Regensburg, inscribed in UNESCO world heritage list and also grand Residence Palace in Wurtzburg, also on UNESCO heritage list. Get more information about the places included the in itinerary visiting links provided with detailed information about places to visit each day. 15 new residence bamberg franconia thesanetravel.com 1520478

So here you go:

Day 1 Nuremberg

Arrival to Nuremberg. Exploring Nuremberg. 1 p.m. English walking tour from Tourist Information centre at the Hauptmarkt. Evening: Musical experience of your choice or a self-guided walk in Furth town 7 kilometres and 15 minutes by train from Nuremberg.10 nuremberg thesanetravel.com 151096511 nuremberg thesanetravel.com 1510806Click this link for things to do in Nuremberg. Night in Nuremberg.

Day 2 Regensburg

Choose a train that will bring you to Regensburg within one hour in the morning. Many of the trains take much longer. Take Maximilainstrasse from the Regensburg Railway station and after a few minutes turn left on St Peters Weg. Go ahead as you reach the entrance of Thurn and Taxis Emmeram palace. Choose your guided tour time and buy a ticket. Very likely you will have some time before the tour so use it to explore the old town.12 regensburg stone bridge thesanetravel.com 152012113 regensburg emmeram schloss thesanetravel.com 1520252Click this link for things to do in Regensburg. Late in the afternoon, go back by train to Nuremberg. Visit Furthermare Therme if you need some relaxation. Night in Nuremberg.

Day 3 Bamberg

Take 50 minutes or so train ride to Bamberg. Leave your luggage in the luggage locker at the train station. Take 15 minutes walk to the tourist information centre and get advice about Bamberg Bahn tour times, bringing you up to the Altenburg castle. Do the tour first thing in the morning as later it can get crowded. After getting back, explore the city on foot on your own. Don’t forget to include a guided tour of New residence in your plan as it is the only way to see the apartments of it.14 old town hall bamberg franconia thesanetravel.com 152059815 new residence bamberg franconia thesanetravel.com 1520478Click this link for things to do in Bamberg. In the evening, take a train to Wurzburg. Night in Wurzburg.

Day 4 Wurtzburg

Visit Wurzburg Residence Park and take a guided tour of the Residence. After that, take bus number 9 (in summertime) to the castle. Spend the afternoon in the old town.16 wurzburg franconia thesanetravel.com 152083017 wurzburg franconia thesanetravel.com 1520979Click this link for things to do in Wurzburg. Make sure to take a train to Rothenburg ob der Tauber arriving there at least at 7.30 p.m. to make it on time for Night Watchman tour. Night in Rothenburg ob der Tauber.

Day 5 Rothenburg ob der Tauber

Explore Rothenburg ob der Tauber on foot18 Rothenburg ob der tauber thesanetravel.com 1530141on your own, including walking its walls and climbing Tower for the views of the city.19 Rothenburg ob der tauber thesanetravel.com 1530248Click this link for things to do in Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Go back to Nuremberg by train in the afternoon. Take a flight home or spend the last night in Nuremberg. What did you think? Have you been to Bavaria? Or perhaps you’re thinking of visiting there in the near future? Either way, I’d love to hear from you so please add your comments below. Like it? Pin it?Bavaria in Germany, including its three Franconian districts located in the North of it, gives visitors an incredible experience. In this 5 days trip, doable by public transport with start and end in Nuremberg, you will visit two towns, Bamberg and Regensburg, inscribed in UNESCO world heritage list and also grand Residence Palace in Wurtzburg, also on UNESCO heritage list. So here you go! #Bavariaitinerary #travel #travelblog #travelitinerary #Europetravel #visitGermany #travelphotography

  • Published by Anita on September 08, 2018
  •  

    Author: Anita Sāne

    Anita 03 18

    About the author
    Anita is a part-time traveler, passionate photographer and a mature career woman from Latvia, 
    traveling mostly solo for more than 10 years. She is a skilled travel planner planning and executing her travels by herself. Anita wants to show you how to travel the world and open your mind to new experiences. Follow her also on InstagramPinterestTwitter and Bloglovin.

     

    Tweet: Bavaria in Germany, including its three Franconian districts, gives visitors an incredible experience. Here is 5-day itinerary from Nuremberg. By @thesanetravel https://bit.ly/2M2sTaG #Bavariaitinerary #travel #travelblog #travelitinerary #Europetravel #visitGermany #travelpics

    e-max.it: your social media marketing partner
    Gravatar
    Alma
    I spent a day in Nuremberg many years ago. It's a beautiful town. Hope to go there again one day.
    Gravatar
    Until this summer Germany was a country I had always dismissed in favour of going to more exotic countries. I did a road tip in August to see the castles, and OMG I'm actually addicted to travelling in Germany now to see more. It's a beautiful country and I'm kicking myself for dismissing it previously. Thanks for a fab post. I've pined it for future reference for my next trip out there :)
    Gravatar
    a useful itinerary !

    1000 Characters left


    Joomla templates by a4joomla