The free state of Bavaria has something to offer everyone.

From the Castle of Neuschwanstein which inspired Cinderella’s castle to driving in a Porsche along the Autobahn with no speed limits.

During this retreat we will travel along the Romantic Road and discover some of the most authentically medieval stops and their history.

We will walk along the fortified walls which still protect several cities and learn the stories how each of these towns were saved from Vikings, Romans…

Dirndls and lederhosen are often what come to mind when people think of Bavaria and so of course we will also enjoy a typical meal in a biergarten where the locals are wearing just this and the volk music plays giving an ambiance that you will love and remember for years to come.

About this retreat

Number of participants 8 (spouse can join for an additional fee)

Duration 7 days


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DAY 1 & 2 - MUNICH

We will spend the first 2 days discovering this beautiful city.

With it’s famous Glockenspiel, BMW museum, incredible shopping and mouth watering market there will be something here to please each of the senses and inspire the imagination.



Ulm is not only home of the worlds tallest church but is also the birth place of Albert Einstein.

While here we will dine on the Danube in a floating restaurant, enjoy a little nature in Friedrichsau and walk through the old fishermans quarter.



Dinkelsbühl has been called the most beautiful city of Germany numerous times and today you will find out why.

Dinkelsbühl is a former Free imperial city of the Holy Roman Empire and still has it’s walls surrounded the city.

We will walk along this fortified wall with it’s 18 towers and four gates

One thing I love so much about Germany is it’s story telling. Today the story we will hear is how a child saved this beautiful city from the Vikings.



Germany is known for many things, the least of which are the incredible cars.

Mercedes and Porsche being the most exported, today we will walk through the history of these brands and get to know them on a whole new level.

We will also visit a palace or 2, walk through some majestic gardens and of course continue discovering traditional food and music.



Würzburg is a city known for lavish baroque and rococo architecture, particularly the 18th-century palace.

Other than the architecture there are also numerous wine bars, cellars and wineries to enjoy.