The varied events programme of the Castle Road closes with the scent of gingerbread and festive lights. The Christmas Markets have begun and the Advent season gets you into the right Christmas mood with numerous events! Read more about festive events along the Castle Road
Not quite at the Castle Road, but very close, there is a big activity-exhibition for children aged 4 years and older from October 1st, 2017 until April 8th, 2018. "Welcome to the castle" it says, when the exhibition "The Knights. Life in the castle" in the old palace in Stuttgart is shown.
What did a knight do all day long? Who else lived in the castle? Which tasks did the girls have? - all these questions are examined. Stagings and more than 60 activity stations explain everything about the education, the training and the daily life of a knight to the young visitors. Further information (only in German)
That is why we would like to learn from our guests, who were on tour with the camper along the Castle Road, how they liked it.
Our survey runs from February 1st until December 31st 2017. As a reward for participating you can win one of five expedition-tours.
Join the survey here
Tailored to the wishes of our guests, "Academy Reisen" from Heidelberg initially offers an extensive selection of bookable tours along the Castle Road - from two overnight stays up to one week and longer. The journeys can be booked on request and are devised for self-driving guests, that are travelling with their own car or with a rented car, which can also be booked if requested. Further information and booking
You are in especially good hands in the Premium Partner Hotels of the Castle Road, wich set a clear counterpoint to rush and randomness and link your journey back in time with the comfort of our days very well. The seventeen hotels introduce themselves in the brochure "Hotel Recommendations for Connoisseurs". Order brochures here
Blogger Tanja Klindworth set off with her caravan to explore the Castle Road. She explored Heidelberg, Rothenburg o.d.T., Nürnberg and Bayreuth, but also treasures like Seßlach or the Altenstein ruins.