A themed medieval route for caravanners & cyclists — Summer in Germany
The German Half-Timbered Houses Route now stretches for almost 2,500 kilometres, linking some 100 member towns from the Elbe estuary to Lake Constance.
Out now is a new, revised brochure presenting the motor home pitches in around 80 of those towns, including details of locations, mains supplies, waste disposal facilities, prices and special features.
For those preferring to explore the route by bike, a new cycling map ‘Vom Neckar zum Schwarzwald und Bodensee’ (From the river Neckar to the Black Forest and Lake Constance) is also available.
This most southern section of the route runs from Mosbach in the Neckar valley to either Haslach in the Black Forest’s Kinzig valley or Meersburg on Lake Constance – 560 kilometres connecting 24 medieval towns that showcase the Alemannic and Franconian styles of half-timbering.
Propstei Johannesberg, 36041 Fulda