2006 330i, TSM, Black, manual, sport
Drives: 2015 GTI, E86 Z4 3.0si Racecar
Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: Chester Springs, PA
Rent a car and drive. You'll have fun in some of the areas where there is no speed limit. The autobahn is worth it, plus you can go off the beaten path to places the trains don't go.
Stay away from the very large cities (other than Munich) because they are typically just a large city and not much else. Just mostly industrial buildings etc.
Definitely make a stop at the Nurburgring. Rent a track prepped car if you can and have a blast (don't crash!). RSR is located 1 block from the track and a great bunch of guys.
Rothenburg is a fantastic old walled city and very pretty. I would say a definite must see.
Head South into the German Alps and go to Neuschwanstein. SO worth it!
Ulm is a nice city also with a good historical area.
Black Forest is great for driving too.
I've been to Germany five times for work and pleasure. Ein bier bitte!
2015 GTI S, 6M, LP, Volk TE37SL 17x8.5, Michelin PSS 245/40, HPA SHS Coil-Overs, Peloquin LSD, Sachs SRE, Eurocode F/R Sway Bars, SuperPro Control Arms, Remus Catback, APR Stage 1 Tune, APR CAI, Aero Force Gauge Pod, APR Boost Gauge, Kersher Front Lip, Short Shifter, Tyrolsport Deadset, Stoptech BBK, HPA Dogbone
2008 BMW Z4 3.0si Coupe - because racecar