Plan your trip from Hamburg to Wurzburg

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sights you can visit along the way

Here, unusual and elusive animals like the Siberian tiger live in naturalistic habitats. 
For centuries the Hanseatic town of Luneburg, seated upon the River Ilmenau, served as a medieval center of salt production and trade in Europe.  
This historic city was heavily damaged in the Second World War but is now restored to its former glory and features two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. 
The city of Kassel in Germany is home to the unique UNESCO World Heritage landscape Bergpark Wilhelmshohe and is Europe’s largest hill park. 
A site of pilgrimage for 600 years, today the "Holy Mountain of the Franks" attracts another type of follower - the beer drinker. 
Visitors are welcomed to enjoy a taste of monastic life, whether by walking the abbey grounds or dining in its restaurant. 
You're booking a one way private car trip from Hamburg to Wurzburg with a local driver. Make it unforgettable with our
This trip takes 5 hours and 10 minutes and costs €430 in total for 2 passengers.