As long as none: The Württemberger Wine Route

A proud 511 kilometers. From Weikersheim Castle via Maulbronn with its famous Cistercian monastery to Kressbronn on Lake Constance. Inaugurated in 2004, the Württemberger Wine Route is the longest of its kind in Germany - and runs through all the wine-growing areas of the region.
The tourist theme road winds through lovely hilly landscapes, which are characterised by rivers - Tauber, Neckar, Kocher and Rems - vineyards and dense forests. It leads to romantic castles and medieval fortresses, idyllic wine villages with beautiful half-timbered houses and museums with historical art treasures.

Lebenberg castle near Tscherms

At the interface of two cultures: The South Tyrolean Wine Route

Nals, Terlan, Salurn or Bolzano: The South Tyrolean Wine Road, the oldest of its kind in Italy, runs through 15 municipalities. Past more than 180 castles, palaces and noble residences. Countless winegrowers cultivate around 4300 hectares of vineyards - and make world-famous wines from their grapes.
Along the way you can visit the wineries - or the hosts will guide interested visitors through the vineyards. There are wild herb hikes or pleasure bike tours, wine seminars and grappa tours - and medieval fortified towns full of historical evidence.

Asparagus Monument at Schwetzingen Castle

Audience with the King of Vegetables:The Baden Asparagus Road

From Schwetzingen to Scherzheim, the Baden Aspargus Road winds its way over 150 kilometres past princely residences and endless asparagus fields. Especially in the season - mid-April to 24th of June - it is worth visiting the holiday route, which runs parallel to a cycle path.  Fresh asparagus is found on every tavern´s menus and countless asparagus festivals are organised. In addition to the culinary offerings, castles, museums, gardens and parks invite you to visit. For example the electoral summer residence in Schwetzingen with its asparagus monument.