I’ve just posted the Romantic Road Christmas Tour page on the Gone Tours website –
Here it is, with all the details –
Romantic Road Christmas Tour / Bavaria, Germany
It’s going to be an amazing tour.
Jennifer and I travelled the Romantic Road a couple of years ago, in late November, It has to be one of the most beautiful road trips I’ve ever done – particularly as we’ll be there this time to visit the amazing Bavarian Christmas Markets.
Here’s a description of the markets from the Bavarian website –
Christmas markets in Bavaria
Bavaria’s cities, towns and villages are filled with Christmas magic during the holiday season. The Christmas Market season runs throughout the Advent period, from the end of November to the third week of December.
The markets are generally held in the Town Square and each has its own unique atmosphere. But common threads include, decorated stalls heaped with traditional Christmas decorations, toys and gifts and the aromas of mulled wine, grilled sausages, Christmas biscuits and gingerbread.
St. Nikolaus, the German Santa Claus, often pays a visit. Christmas carol singing and Christmas concerts usually coincide with the markets, which are generally open seven days a week and run well into the evenings.
If you’re interested, please contact me –
This trip looks like an positive delight! Ah the Christmas markets, for those of us from the States they are something quite unique, an absolute must see!
I encourage my fellow citizens from the States to join in on this tour, I am sure it will be the trip of a lifetime. And I will also let my clients know of this opportunity.
Arlene, we swapped emails then we spoke on the phone, and so at the time I didn’t feel it necessary to respond to you here – but just to say a big THANK YOU for supporting our (Jennifer and my) endeavours with this tour, and we sincerely hope you can join us. It’s going to be a wonderful tour, and already those who’ve committed will make it a really fun trip! Very sweet of you though to help promote this amongst your network – thanks!