Travel Tips for German Wine Regions


Travel Tips for German Wine Regions

Active Holidays in Saale-Unstrut

Well-designed hiking, cycling and waterways wind through Saale-Unstrut, inviting you to experience wine in an active manner. Wine producers offer rooms, holiday apartments, vineyard cottages or campervan spaces for overnight stays. read more

Baden Wine Cycle Route

From the beginning of spring 2020 there is a new offer for everyone who appreciates Baden wine and enjoys cycling. At the end of March the Baden Wine Cycle Route in the Ortenau was officially opened. It connects the Baden wine regions of Markgräflerland, Kaiserstuhl, Tuniberg, Breisgau, Ortenau, Kraichgau and Badische Bergstraße over around 460 kilometers. read more

Wine Experiences around Heilbronn

In and around Heilbronn, wine lovers can enjoy a huge range of wine experiences. There is something for everyone here, regardless of whether you are a hobby cook, active holidaymaker or theatre fan - the common denominator is always wine. read more

Wine Tourism Experiences in Rheinhessen

"Hiwwel & Herz - The holiday magazine for Rheinhessen," and the Rheinhessen Wine Tourism website offer inspiring recommendations around wine, enjoyment and active vacation. There are insider tips, event planners and plenty of suggestions for enjoying this sunny region. read more

WellVinEss and Vinotherapie

Wine-themed hotels in the Pfalz and Mosel are waiting to spoil you with wine and wellness. In the Pfalz, eleven renowned hotels have committed themselves to the goal of offering guests relaxation and enjoyment for body, mind and taste buds under the brand name "WellVinEss". Similarly, on the Mosel, more and more wellness oases rely on the magical power of the grape. Because wine not only tastes good, it can also make you beautiful. read more

Franconia – A Land of Wine and Beauty!

The website for Franken Tourism presents offers from vacationing with the winegrower to enjoying festivals, cultural events, wining and dining. Vinotheques are listed for wine tasting and shopping, architecture lovers will find tips on some spectacularly converted wineries, and the ‘terroir f’ section reveals some of the most magical places for Franconian wine. read more

Barrier-free travel in the Pfalz

Pfalz Tourism has a new brochure “The Pfalz. Comfortable and individual” listing over 110 authorized barrier-free businesses, excursion destinations, points of interest and other offers. Most of them are located on the German Wine Route.  read more

Offers from Wine Travel Specialists

These travel companies specializing in wine tourism offer experiences in all thirteen German winegrowing regions. They are aimed at individual travelers or groups, some with expert tour guides. Sometimes they are building blocks for a wine trip, sometimes complete packages. read more