Plan your trip from Bamberg to Vienna

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sights you can visit along the way

Bavaria's second largest city and former unofficial capital of the Holy Roman Empire, Nuremberg is a medieval treasure-trove, its ancient haunches settled asquat the Pegnitz river. 
The UNESCO-listed Old Town of this sleepy riverside city is the largest north of the Alps, and home to the world's longest continuously operating eatery. 
This delightful riverside city offers a beautiful Baroque Old Town, the world's largest organ, and stupendous views from one of Europe's largest castle complexes. 
Located on a small arm of Strauss' 'Beautiful Blue Danube' Melk's history goes back to Roman times and still retains an imperial air. 
This beautiful medieval abbey is the second-oldest Cistercian monastery and the oldest continuously active monastery in the world today and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 
Constructed by the Liechtenstein dynasty’s founder around 1130, the castle passed into the hands of other nobility and was only reacquired by the dynasty in 1807. 
A forced labour camp for intellectuals, artists, aristocrats and political enemies of the Nazi Regime, Mauthausen is the Concentration Camp you won't have read about in history books. 
You're booking a one way private car trip from Bamberg to Vienna with a local driver. Make it unforgettable with our
This trip takes 5 hours and 38 minutes and costs €483 in total for 2 passengers.
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