Day 1: Salzburg- Munich
Allow your luxury vehicle by Edel & Stark to take you alongside the northern fringe of the Alps, past deep blue mountainlakes and majestic mountain ranges. Enjoy highest driving pleasure and impressive landscapes right from the start: The spectacular landscape of the foothills of the Alps and the high mountain scenery, numerous bridges and overcrossings, tunnels and passes, tight bends and endless serpentines await you. This means that the route also challenges your driving skills. Listen to the silence of the mountains and enjoy the sound of the engine, which is even more magnificent when driving through the numerous tunnels. You will experience highly active driving on difficult routes together with impressive cultural experiences. Most part of the route runs in the high mountains, but it returns to the foothills of the Alps every now and then. From the edge of the Bavarian lakes arises the overwhelming vista of the mountain panorama of the Alps.
- 265 km country lane - challenging, partly winding roads
- 100 km motorway - high speed section
Day 2: Munich- Wuerzburg
On the „romantic road“ back to the Middle Ages
This part of the route perfectly combines romantic atmosphere and driving pleasure.
For more than 350 kilometres, the road connects proud imperial cities, magnificent baronial residencies, baroque treasures and idyllic sceneries. Driving along this road means to experience history. A whole millennium is reflected in the cities, ancient monuments and art treasures. Nothing but a short drive keeps you from experiencing the fascinating history of the landscape.
And of course, high driving pleasure is guaranteed on the narrow streets that wind through this historically interesting region.
A straight drive from Munich to Würzburg to relax with spa and shopping in Würzburg.
- 205 km country lane - winding roads, partly narrow alleys in the cities
- 100 km motorway - high speed section
Day 3: Eltville
Get in touch with the Nibelungen-Saga and Siegfried
On your way via Heidelberg to Eltville, you encounter the oldest myth of german history, the Nibelungen-Saga. Steer your car further along the western edge of the Odenwald. Homey, romantic timbered houses, and towns that remind you of the middle ages with their winding streets and formidable castles invite you to rest for a while.
Discover an old Roman trading route near the Rhine rift, which is sure to challenge both your driving skills and your eyes.
- 235 km country lane - very demanding, partly winding roads
- 130 km country lane and 110 km motorway - combination of high-speed stretches and challenging winding parts
Day 4: Eltville -. Koenigswinter
Mosel-Wine-Street and Rheingauer-Riesling-Route
The „most German of all rivers“, the Rhine, has been the topic of many a song and is, not only because of this, a highlight when travelling through Germany. But the river Mosel, which leads into the Rhine at the „Deutsches Eck“ in Koblenz is equally worth seeing. Both rivers wind through impressive valleys, lined by castles and steep vineyards. Every now and then one drives through picturesque wine towns. A whole 1320 kilometres distinguish the Rhine as one of the longest rivers in Europe and at the same time one of the most important water ways for trade on the continent of Europe.
On your way, you will get to experience the beautiful scenery of the Mittelrheintal, which has been nominated UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2002. The picture is dominated by vineyards. On hillsides, that are in some parts more than 50 degrees steep, grows the Riesling-vine.
Now your exciting journey takes you to the romantic city of Königswinter. The golden book of the city holds the signatures of illustrious guests like Queen Elizabeth II of England, the Shah of Persia and many other heads of governments.
- 195 km country lane - challenging, in parts steep and winding streets
Day 5: Königswinter – Dusseldorf
Shopping and High Speed
This part of the tour holds many surprises for you. Once again, accelerate, feel the explosive propulsion and let your vehicle fly over the german motorway withoud speed limits.
But not only the drive to Dusseldorf is going to leave you breathless, also our individual surprise package will make an impression on you: One of Germany's most famous shopping streets is waiting for you: The Königsallee. The name stands for glamour and a luxury lifestyle. Every renowned high fashion label has a boutique here.
Also for the last day of the tour, we keep our promise: We have highlights for eyes and ears teamed with breathtaking prickle in your stomach ready for you.
- 120 km mainly motorway - High Speed route
Take a look at our large choice of luxury cars for rent for the Salzburg-Dusseldorf Tour.