When bloggers are out and about on the Castle Road, they tell their very own story about the journey. They describe and comment on their experiences, give the reader practical tips and useful recommendations about the tour. Here you can find blog posts about the Burgenstraße at a glance:
Thomas Ferro travels along the Castle Road on a culinary journey from Seßlach to Bayreuth. Between old towns and regional delicacies, there is a lot to discover.
As a "part-time traveler" Janett Schindler goes on a journey through the time along the Castle Road. She presents her favorite places in her blog and adds relevant information under the category "Good to know". Which places she has already visited and what she experienced there, you can read here.
Blogger tour from Bayreuth to Mannheim
"Mr. Snowman" is on tour
With his camera equipment, Christian Weber travels the entire Castle Road from Bayreuth to Mannheim. During his experiences in our member towns, he captures extraordinary perspectives and moods. The film camera is his constant companion... You can find all videos here. (Videos are in German only)
The enchanted countryside in the Heilbronn district attracts with stately castles, fortresses and roamntic small towns along the Burgenstrasse... You can find a detailed travel report about Gundelsheim and Bad Wimpfen in here in the travel reportage.
In his Podcast of the radio broadcast "travel fever" and on his blog Travelblog & Travel News, Peter von Stamm talks about his journey along the castle road. He was on the way in the Neckar valley on the castle Guttenberg and in Bad Wimpfen to the podcast and blog post. In the second episode, he talks about his trip to Heidelberg an Schwetzingen to the podcast and blog post.
Trees standing on their heads, women carrying their husbands, a towerwoman without a tower and other surprises Gerd Krauskopf experienced on his journey along the Castle Road. On "Menschen, Reisen, Abenteuer" he reports on his stops in Öhringen, Weinsberg, Bad Wimpfen, at Guttenberg Castle, in Neckarsteinach, Heidelberg and Schwetzingen. Read more (only in German language)
Monika and Rainer Hamberger talk about astonishing discoveries on the Burgenstrasse in "Travel Stories". They started their journey in Ansbach and stopped in Rothenburg ob der Tauber, at Kirchberg Castle on the Jagst, in Schwäbisch Hall, Weinsberg, Bad Wimpfen and at Guttenberg Castle. Read more (only in German language)
Iris Schraper has 11 tips for travelling on the Castle Road with the motorhome on her "travel pen". The trip with her family took her to Heidelberg and Eberbach, Guttenberg Castle, Öhringen, Schwäbisch Hall and Kirchberg Castle on the Jagst. Read more (only in German language)
Again and again Dieter Weirauch is on the road, visiting castles and palaces, cities and small towns. His motto is "Just get out" and this is also the name of his blog, where you can find his very special tips - for example for Seßlach, Rabenstein Castle and Bayreuth. Read more (only in German language)
Two years ago lies Tanja Klindworth's journey. With Heidelberg as her starting point, she embarked on a discovery tour between Rothenburg ob der Tauber and Bayreuth, including visits to Nuremberg, Bamberg, Coburg and Kulmbach. Read more on Spaness (only in German language)
Daniel and Dokmai live in Switzerland and write about their travels around the globe on their blog 2coinstravel. However, they are always drawn back to Daniel's home, the Neckar valley. There they have visited the four-castle town of Neckarsteinach, Hirschhorn and Neckargemünd, just to name a few examples from their posts. Read more
Volker and Christa and their cocker spaniel Joe have been proud van owners since 2020 and love travelling with their "lütte Hütt," as they call their Pössl Roadcruiser. In the fall of 2020, they were on a discovery tour along the Castle Road and took a close look at the pitches along the way. Read more