Germany Self-Drive Itinerary 2017/08 (Berlin - Dresden - Munich)

Driving in Germany

This self-drive trip in Germany, the itinerary is from Berlin in, Munich out, visited many cities in the eastern part of Germany. After deducting the time spent on work in the middle of the trip, there were 11 days in total. First of all, I spent 3 days and 2 nights in Berlin and Potsdam, then I drove to Dresden for 2 days and 1 night, and then to Munich via Rothenburg. After that, I went to Munich via Rothenburg, then to the satellite area, such as the King's Lake, Lake Chiem, Swan Castle and other popular attractions, and spent one day in each of them, and then spent two days in the city of Munich. The general route is as follows:

 

Schedule and Accommodation Summary

 
All itineraries and accommodation points are listed below:

 

German Food Summary

The best part of my trip to Germany was the food, almost every day I ate and drank too much. Because I ate so much, I've summarized four food diaries in different areas:
Part 1: Berlin, Potsdam
Part 2: Dresden, Rothenburg
Part 3: Beesgasden, Keem Lake, Füssen
Part 4: Munich
 

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