Region Overviews: Germany Travel Guide: Overview
Traveling Germany is like stepping inside of a storybook, with each city visited eliciting new characters, unimaginable adventures, and entirely surreal settings.
One or more kids 17+ required (siblings 14+ ok) | Min age to ride e-bike 16+
Family — Older Teens & 20s
6 days 5 nights
Activity Level: 2-4
From: $5,099 pp dbl occ
($1,250 - $1,300 for sgl occ)
From electric-green pastures to sparkling glacial lakes. From pristine mountain passes to quaint villages lost in time. From biking to rafting, this family adventure will enchant you. And by meeting in Bavaria's capital of Munich and ending in the Baroque splendor of Salzburg, you've got an excuse to extend your vacation just a little longer. On both ends.
Start Munich / End Salzburg
Start/End locations may vary. Do not book flights until your trip details are confirmed.
Spin with your family through a picturesque Bavarian landscape past a 13th-century farmstead, fields of wildflowers and sparkling lakes | Eat, drink and be merry at one of Bavaria's most beautiful biergartens | Discover one of nature's finest playgrounds at scenic Lake Tegernsee, encircled by snowcapped peaks | Venture into the heart of the Wolfsschlucht (Wolf Canyon) along river-spanning bridges and under rushing waterfalls.
Situated at the foothills of the Alps on the shore of Lake Tegernsee, this cozy Bavarian chalet is surrounded by nature. (pool, spa)
Check out the island castle of Herrenchiemsee, then explore the village on a neighboring island in alpine Chiemsee lake | Pedal back in time through bucolic farmland and quaint villages, seemingly unchanged for centuries | Chat with locals over a beverage at an informal round table | Dine in style at our hotel, the brainchild of a visionary local chef.
This elegant medieval hotel, centered around its exquisite Venetian restaurant, seamlessly blends luxury and history. (pool, spa)
Uncover the historic rivalry between Bavaria and Tirol as you explore castle and fortress ruins overlooking the famed Wilder Kaiser Mountains | Stand in awe of the natural beauty of the Kitzbühel area, one of Europe's top outdoor destinations | Float your way through Austrian river gorges and white water | Take a cable car to lofty heights where sweeping views of the Alps come into focus | Swap stories over an extravagant family dinner at our hotel | Stretch your legs on a final family hike atop the Kitzbüheler Horn.
This family-owned hotel offers a perfect balance of modern luxury and Tyrolean tradition, with sweeping mountain vistas. A Relais & Châteaux member. (pool, spa)
The earlier you book, the more choice you'll have and the lower your price. And you can always change your mind — you won't be charged to transfer to a different trip before your final payment is due. View cancellation policy.
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Our Private Trips are best for groups of 6 or more. We suggest joining a scheduled trip.
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Every Backroads trip is designed to appeal to a wide variety of interests and fitness levels. Several routes and a range of levels are offered each day so you can choose how much or how little activity you want to do. Learn more about how we determine activity levels.
The key to a stellar day's ride is a bike that's perfectly in tune with your cycling style… Backroads has you covered with the best bike fleet in the world! Please note that bike requests are subject to availability and prioritized based on the date they're submitted.
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We want to make sure you're on the right trip and that you have the best experience possible. Every Backroads trip is unique and this one is no exception.
The accommodations on this trip are Premiere Hotels housed in beautiful historic buildings. While they offer outstanding service and amenities, please note that Park-Hotel Egerner Höfe and Hotel Tennerhof are not equipped with air-conditioning. Despite the region's generally temperate climate and cool nights, guest rooms can occasionally become warm during peak temperatures.