Plan your trip from Munich to Cologne

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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 town of Bamberg is located in Bavaria, Germany and became a listed UNESCO world heritage site in 1993 
Known as the capital of Germany’s biggest wine producing region, Wurzburg is home to the Residential Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site. 
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. 
The village of Messel in Germany is home to the Messel Pit, the UNESCO World Heritage site that contains an abundance of fossils. 
The city of Mainz is a unique combination of wine, history, and culture and in 2008 became one of the select international “Great Wine Capitals”. 
You're booking a one way private car trip from Munich to Cologne with a local driver. Make it unforgettable with our
This trip takes 5 hours and 33 minutes and costs €488 in total for 2 passengers.