New, Free Online Travel Guide to Germany's Romantic Road for Travel in 2009

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http://www.thereareplaces.com has launched an online travel guide to the best places to visit along Germany's fabled Romantic Road just in time for those planning their 2009 vacations. The guide describes one of the most attractive and popular tourist areas in Germany, a country that is widely considered one of the world's leading travel destination. The lavishly illustrated guide includes detailed, purpose-built maps to help your exploration of the Romantic Road.

Rothenburg's glorious, medieval wall

Vacationing in the towns along the Romantic Road is an increasingly popular choice with travelers from around the world

ThereArePlaces announced today the launch of a unique, concise, online travel guide to the best places to visit along Germany's fabled Romantic Road. The new Guide to the Romantic Road is comprehensive, richly illustrated and easy-to-navigate. The Guide is focused on describing the Romantic Road's leading attractions and complements the extensive selection of free, online travel guides offered at http://www.ThereArePlaces.com .

"Vacationing in the towns along the Romantic Road is an increasingly popular choice with travelers from around the world," said Mike Dobson, President of ThereArePlaces. "Visiting the Romantic Road provides a chance to explore the stunning beauty of Germany's Bavaria. Neuschwanstein Castle with its fairly tale castle and the walled, medieval city of Rothenburg ob der Tauber are just two the many outstanding sights that attract visitors to the towns along the Romantic Road.

In the south the Romantic Road weaves through the outskirts of the Alps, while in the north it is nestled in idyllic, rolling farmland." The "Road" connects a string of towns that are microcosms of the past. Each of the cities covered in the guide features unique medieval architectures and presents an experience for exploration that has faded from most of the world.

While Germany is an easy country to travel due to its excellent highways and transportation systems, it takes a great deal of research to find the best attractions along the Romantic Road - the ones that will bring a smile when you think back on your vacation in Bavaria. The experienced staff of traveler writers at ThereArePlaces focused their efforts on finding and evaluating the leading destinations along the Romantic Road. The Company's new guide to the Best Places to Visit along the Romantic Road includes separate sections with specific recommendations on the best places to visit in Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Hohenschwangau (Neuschwanstein Castle), Wurzburg, Dinkelsbuhl, Augsburg and the lesser known but equally outstanding spa-town of Ottobeuren. In addition, the text includes hyperlinks to the official websites for the most popular attractions so you can determine opening hours, current fees, and other information that is invariably out of date in printed guidebooks.

Our research has shown that once the Christmas gifts have been opened that many would-be travelers, especially those with new computers from Santa, start dreaming about their next vacation. If you are looking for the trip of a lifetime, the Team at ThereArePlaces recommends that you snuggle up to their Romantic Road Guide before your "…long winter's nap".

About ThereArePlaces:
ThereArePlaces is managed by Dr. Michael W. Dobson, a travel industry professional and avid traveler, who helped to create some of the world's best-selling travel publications during his 13 years as the Chief Cartographer and Chief Technologist for Rand McNally & Company. ThereArePlaces is a publisher of travel information, not a travel service provider. As put by Dobson, "Our commitment is to provide expert, unbiased, travel advice that might help you take the journey of a lifetime."

ThereArePlaces is a property of TeleMapics, LLC, a business focused on Geospatial Information, including travel, tourism, and other location based services (http://www.Telemapics.com).

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