The Real Deal: Four nights' accommodations in local inns, breakfast daily, luggage transfers, a guided sightseeing walk in Rothenburg, a guided walking tour of Dinkelsbühl and hotel taxes, from $619 per person. The itinerary starts in Würzburg, with scheduled stops in Bad Mergentheim, Rothenburg, Feuchtwangen, Dinkelsbühl, and Nördlingen.
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When: Through Oct. 15, 2010.
The fine print: Does not include a bike-rental fee of $30 per day. Based on double occupancy; single supplement is $378. Helmets are required by law in Germany; be sure to bring your own. Expect to bike an average of 32 miles per day, but the exact itinerary is customizable if you'd like to bike more or less. The tour is scheduled to start in Würzburg and end in Nördlingen; a transfer back to Würzburg is available for an extra fee. Airfare not included. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
Book by: No deadline; based on availability.
Contact: Nordique Tours by Picasso Travel, 800/995-7997, nordiquetours.com.
Why it's a deal: The trip price breaks down to about $155 per person per night, and that includes accommodations with breakfast daily, luggage transfers, and two guided sightseeing tours, all with the convenience of one booking.
More: Add nights from $145 per person per night, based on double occupancy and including breakfast. Single occupancy rates start at $232 per night.
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