Plan your trip from Frankfurt to Linz

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sights you can visit along the way

Johannisburg Chateau dominates the picturesque town of Aschaffenburg in Germany and although close to destroyed in World War II has now been restored to its former glory. 
Visitors are welcomed to enjoy a taste of monastic life, whether by walking the abbey grounds or dining in its restaurant. 
This baroque estate was built by a man with enough wealth and power to influence the election of the Holy Roman Emperor. 
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. 
Following a humiliating defeat by the Napoleonic armies, German king Ludwig I built this pantheon to remember influential German speakers and inspire the nation. 
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. 
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This trip takes 5 hours and 37 minutes and costs €485 in total for 2 passengers.