Unlimited beer enjoyment. On the beer route of Saxony and Bohemia

It is 300 kilometres long, runs through two countries and connects 17 different breweries: The Ore Mountain Beer Route. Since June 2018, visitors have been able to discover the art of brewing in Bohemia and Saxony along the route, taste different beers and watch the master brewers at work. 
There are also a number of sights to discover along the route: In Breitenbrunn, for example, an old mine opens its galleries to visitors. In Jirkov in the Czech Republic, a magnificent baroque castle with a large garden awaits you. The moorland nature trail in Marienberg is also worth a detour.

Riquewihr on the Alsace wine route

Vineyards as far as the eye can see: The Alsace Wine Route

rom Thann to Marlenheim, the Alsace Wine Route winds its way lovingly through the region for more than 170 kilometres, passing through more than 70 wine villages on its way through valleys and over wine villages. 
Around 1,000 producers open the doors of their cellars to travellers - and share their passion for wine with them. There are cosy wine taverns and signposted wine trails, but also castles and palaces, medieval towns and villages. Top tip: The flower-decorated Riquewihr with its many half-timbered houses in the car-free, historic old town.


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Where Mozart drank: The Salzburg beer route

Beer has been brewed in Salzburg for more than 600 years; the first brewery - the Münchnerhof - opened in 1374. The whole variety of tastes of Salzburg beers can best be explored on a beer hike - along the Salzburg Beer Route. 
Eleven stations with different specialities can be visited: From the Stieglkeller - famous for its Märzen beer - below Hohensalzburg Fortress. Via the Sternbräu, where Mozart is said to have caroused and danced. To the Augustiner Bräu, the traditional monastery brewery with its huge brewing room. And because almost all the stops are in the city centre, the cultural sights of the Mozart city are not far away.