My Eurail journey through the Upper Rhine Valley of Germany, France, and Switzerland was so beautiful as this region is one of my favorite in Europe — the tudor and half-timber homes, then centuries-old squares and cathedrals, and the wonderful array of cheeses and locally cured meats.
This time I was lucky to also explore the southern wine road and a new region of Germany to me. But it was also a bit of a whirlwind. In just three days and nights, we sped through Karlsruhe, the Pfalz, Baden-Baden, Strasbourg, Mulhouse, Frieburg, and finally ended in Basel. Phew! A bit too fast for my liking, but a great taste of the region and a reason to return.
So in that same style, I bring you a fast-paced, time-lapse video of my journey in under 60 seconds.
If you can’t see the video, please go right to YouTube to watch in full HD, technicolor glory.
Disclosure: My trip was supported by Eurail Group, KLM, and the Upper Rhine Valley, as always all writing and opinions are my own.