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With a Mini Bus on a Tour through Europe

Scenically unique - that is the tour through Germany, Austria, Switzerland and France. The focus on the tour is true to the tour title Alps and Lakes being the Chiemsee, Mondsee, Attersee, Wolfgangsee, Lake Constance and Lake Starnberg. Not to forget the Alps, here we visit the Grossglockner and the Zugspitze on this tour. In the tour plan of Reuthers Round Trip along the Alps and Lakes you will find the Grossglockner as Austria's highest mountain (3,798 meters). The Zugspitze (2,962 meters) on the other hand is the highest mountain in Germany. Especially friends of culinary delights get their moneys worth on the Reuthers Round Trip. The trip to the Alsace guarantees regional treats and a delicious drop of Alsatian wine.

It is also culinary tasty in beautiful Italy. Yet Italy offers so much more than pizza, pasta, sun, beach and sea. Cities such as Florence, Venice and Verona probably belong to the most frequently visited cities in Bella Italia - and every one of them are listed in the UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage. As another destination on an Italy trip, Tuscany is recommended. Tip: Here you should also taste the regional specialties. Try the unsalted Tuscan bread and take home some of the famous olive oil - this will let you keep the Reuthers Round Trip of Tuscany in your memory for a long time.

Culinary highlights on the Round Trip of Europe: Tapas, Fish and Whiskey

Tapas, fish, ham and wine - this what the participants of the Reuthers Round Trip to Andalucia can look forward to. While breakfast is usually sparse - strong coffee meets a sweet treat, there are tapas everywhere for the rest of the day. Tip: Combine well known and typically Andalusian delicacies in your tapas choice, you can taste the regional meal and can enjoy that what you know.

And what unites the Irish and the Scots? The love of the whiskey! As a part of Reuthers Round Trip of Scotland there is even a tour of a distillery on the agenda. There are nearly 100 distilleries in Scotland. The fine drop is however classified by the region from which it comes from. In Ireland, the drink is produced almost exclusively in three main production centers. Is there really a difference between Scottish and Irish whiskey? Certainly, connoisseurs say. The Irish whiskey tastes sweeter than the Scottish variant. Best to try it on location. On the Reuthers Round Trip through Scotland or Ireland.

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