As all cyclists are different in their skills, we made the experience, that it is better to offer customized tours for your individual needs rather than offering a certain itinerary. We will work out your customized offer if you provide us with some details such as mileage you want to cycle per day, how many people, which part of the Romantic Road you want to visit, how many days you have available etc.!
Accommodation is booked at local, typical tourist & tourist superior hotels and inns, which offer all necessary amenities for cyclists. Daily breakfast is always included.
Your luggage will be transferred from destination to destination. Please make sure that you store it at the reception latest by 10:00 am. The final pick up time depends on the number of hotels our supplier has to deliver, but we guarantee that you luggage will be at your hotel latest by 5:00 pm.!
For those of you who cannot use their own bicycles, we offer bike rental. The rental bikes are street worthy all terrain bikes with seven gear transmission, lights & baggage holder. Please do not forget to bring your helmet, as they are mandatory in Germany and cannot be rented for hygienic reason. Please note that if the starting & ending point is not the same, we may have to charge an extra day for the transportation of the bike back to the starting point.
In case starting & ending point of your cycling tour is not the same, we offer the possibility (from May until mid October) to bring you and the bikes back to the starting point with our regular coach along the Romantic Road, which offers also the capacity for bicycle transportation.
For those of you who are happy with our recommendations, we suggest the following standard itinerary (5 days/4 nights)
Day 1: Würzburg – Bad Mergentheim (B) - approx. 58 km cycling
In the morning you pick-up your rental bikes in city centre of Würzburg! Luggage transfer from Würzburg to Bad Mergentheim (meeting location and time to be confirmed). Cycling to Bad Mergentheim!
Overnight stay including breakfast: Hotel Deutschmeister or similar.
Day 2: Bad Mergentheim – Rothenburg (B) - approx. 50 km cycling
After breakfast we ask you - also on the following days of the tour - to leave your luggage at the reception desk until 10:00 am - it will be picked up during the day and brought to the next destination. Departure via “Liebliches Taubertal” bicycle path, passing by small, historical villages and beautiful landscapes before you arrive at Rothenburg, medieval jewel of Germany, where in the evening you can join the city walk with the Night Watchman (a voucher is included in your tour documentation).
Overnight stay including breakfast: Hotel Schranne or similar.
Day 3: Rothenburg – Schillingsfuerst – Feuchtwangen (B) - approx. 32 km cycling
In the morning we are leaving for Schillingsfürst, whos landmark is the Baroque castle of the Princes of Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst. Next stop is at Feuchtwangen, the city where the Court of a Franconian King and a Bendictine Monastery founded in the 8th century.
Overnight stay including breakfast: Hotel Lamm or similar.
Day 4: Feuchtwangen - Dinkelsbuehl (B) - approx. 28 km cycling
After breakfast your start for your next cycling day. From Feuchtwangen to Dinkelsbühl the cycling path leads through forests passing many small ponds. After arriving to Dinkelsbühl, check in at your hotel. In the evening you are invited to join a city walk with the Nightwatchman (free of charge, meeting point at the cathedral / church St. Georg).
Overnight stay including breakfast: Hotel Goldenes Lamm or similar.
Day 5: Dinkelsbuehl – Noerdlingen (B) - approx. 38 km cycling
This will be the last cycling day. On your way from Dinkelsbühl to Nördlingen you will follow the Wörnitz river for a short while before continuing to the Nördlinger Ries. Nördlingen is the only town in Germany, where you can walk the walls and battlements all the way round. The historical town is dominated by the 100 yard high bell tower of St. George church.
In the early afternoon (meeting location and time to be confirmed), you return your rental bikes to our bus driver in Nördlingen who will take the bikes back to Würzburg.
End of services in Nördlingen!