Tour Germany in a Rented Campervan or Motorhome. Our Top Ten Road Trip Ideas.

Germany is one of the cheapest countries in Europe to rent a campervan or motorhome from.  It is easy to drive from Germany to any of its bordering countries and back again.

These countries border Germany:

  • Austria.
  • Denmark.
  • Switzerland.
  • Czech Republic.
  • Poland.
  • France.
  • Belgium
  • The Netherlands
  • Luxembourg
  • and almost Liechtenstein!

Germany is the perfect country to tour in a campervan or motorhome.

This video shows the highlights that you might want to add to your itinerary.  For a selection of campervans and motorhomes to rent go no further than Here for Special offers and discounts on campervan and motorhome rental in Germany

The cycling network is extensive so add a couple of bicycles to your rental.

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British German Royal Heritage Route

British German Royal Heritage Route.

British German Royal Heritage Route

Welcome to Royal Germany! The connections between Great Britain and Germany’s Royal Houses go back 300 years. The first Hanoverian King of England was only 52nd in line to the throne, but thanks to the Act of Settlement, George was the nearest Protestant eligible to take the crown. 2014 sees the 300th anniversary of the Georgian Accession to the thrones of Great Britain and Ireland and provides a perfect opportunity to take a tour of Germany’s Royal Heritage with British links, a heritage dating from 1714 to the accession of Queen Victoria in 1837.

Through this website, we aim to open the doors to Germany’s magnificent royal treasures and traditions. Our journey starts in Lower Saxony – the seat of the Hanoverian Kings of Germany, Great Britain and Ireland and an area rich in royal history. Discover picturesque palaces, gorgeous gardens and experience extraordinary events. You will take home unforgettable memories from a country where the royal legacy is still alive and thriving.

Prime Destinations

For 123 years, the Electorate of Hanover and the Kingdom of Great Britain were linked by one Royal Family and the effects of this union can still be seen today. Some of Germany’s most stunning palaces, parks, gardens and hotels invite you to go on a romantic journey back in time to explore their royal heritage. Kings and queens, princes and princesses, they all left their unique mark in Germany. You can now follow in their footsteps and open the doors to a world full of pomp and splendour, royal testimonies and noble relicts of the past.

The Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen in Hannover are among the most beautiful parks in Europe. Three styles of landscape art are represented here in a state of perfection.

Hanover

The magnificent summer residences of the Kingdom of Great Britain are still reflected in Hanover, spiriting visitors into a time of kings, queens, castles and stately gardens.

The foundation stone of the palace of the Royal House of Hanover was laid in 1833. It was severely damaged in World War II. In 2007, the façade was completely restored using the original materials. The Quadriga is the largest of its kind in Europe.

Brunswick

Brunswick is a city that uniquely embodies the legacy of the Royal House of Hanover. The bronze lion is the symbol of the Lion City of Brunswick and evokes the great Hanoverian Duke Henry the Lion.

A view from the castle gardens of the former residence of the Prince-Bishop, commissioned by Ernst August I as a four-wing complex beginning in 1667.

Osnabrück & Iburg Castle

Although not a part of the Kingdom of Hanover, the area surrounding Osnabrück served as a backdrop to the love between George V and his wife Marie.

Historical Centre of Norderney. Norderney - the royal island in the North Sea.

Norderney

Welcome to the “Royal Island”, as Norderney is sometimes called. The Royal House of Hanover once chose Norderney for its summer residence; not for nothing, because this East Frisian island is now a popular tourist destination.

King George V gave his wife Marienburg Castle for her 39th birthday in 1857 as a symbol of his abiding love.

Marienburg Castle

True love is right at home in a castle. There are tokens of a great love everywhere in this authentically maintained summer residence and this castle is like a fairytale. The love which dwells there is a true story – that between Queen Marie and George V, the last King of Hanover.

The Princely Equestrian Academy at Bückeburg presents the Herrenhausen Creams: Pares aus der Schützenden Hand, a cream Knabstrupper, presented as the heraldic animal of Lower Saxony

Bückeburg Castle

The historic stables of the Princely School of Riding Art at Bückeburg Castle have a special connection to the British crown. Discover the royal castle and its extravagant equestrian history, which still features today on Lower Saxony’s coat of arms.

Explore the entire Renaissance ensemble with its gardens, church, palace, visitors’ center in the former farm buildings and former mill, all contructed around 1600.

Seven Castles in the Weserbergland

Magnificent palaces and proud fortresses – the many grand estates of Lower Saxony awaken dreams of lavish celebrations and heroic deeds.

Dresden. Passionately romantic

Dresden

The rich history of this enchanting city goes back centuries but what about the Dresden of today? It is very much alive! Magnificently located in the Elbe Valley, the city is one of the most magical baroque beauties of Europe.

Exterior view of the Schlosshotel Kronberg

Schlosshotel Kronberg

Discover the history of Friedrichshof castle, the former home of the dowager Empress Victoria Friedrich, now elegant castle hotel in the green Taunus hills above Frankfurt/Main.

A historical picture of Sigmaringen Castle with the Danube in the front.

Sigmaringen Castle

High above the town of Sigmaringen and perched dramatically on a mountain top, Germany’s 2nd largest palace, the Hohenzollern Castle.

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