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The Romantic Road is Germany`s best known and most popular hoilday route
The Romantic Road is Germany`s best known and most popular hoilday route

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The #RomanticRoad is full of wonderful #attractions and #sights. The beautiful #landscapes and #castles (#Harburg, #Würzburg, #Neuschwanstein, #Hohenschwangau and more) are one of the main reasons why so many people decide to visit us. The Romantic Road is the biggest tourist route in Germany thanks to the hundreds of sights. You will not only see the famous sights of Germany but also the wonderful untouched towns and valleys of the Romantic Road such as: #Schillingsfürst, #LaudaKönigshofen, #BadMergentheim, #Weikersheim and more. There is a big variety of possible attractions such as: #Shopping, #Hiking, #Biking, #Sightseeing and many other #tours like #winetasting. You don’t even need a car, just use our #RomanticRoadCoach that is available from April to October.

For more information visit our website:
http://www.romantischestrasse.de/index.php?id=889&L=0 : Romantic Road Coach

http://www.romantischestrasse.de/index.php?id=erleben&L=0 : Homepage of the Romantic Road
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Schwangau, Dorf der Königsschlösser

Königliche Grüße aus Schwangau!
Mit diesem besonderen Blick auf Schloss Neuschwanstein und Schloss Hohenschwangau wünschen wir euch einen schönen Abend :)
#schwangau #königsschlösser #neuschwanstein #hohenschwangau #allgäu #bayern
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Amazing😍

Schwangau, Dorf der Königsschlösser
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Visit Bavaria

Have you ever gone hiking through vineyards? Franconia offers many wonderful places and routes to experience wine from a different angle as the grapevines are changing to green again.
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Your journey to Munich along the Romantic Road:
www.romanticroadcoach.de
www.romanticroad.de
www.touring-travel.eu
And questions?
Just contact Patrick: incoming@touring-travel.eu
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I like Germany

Leberknödel is a traditional dish of German, Austrian and Czech cuisines.

Leberknödel are usually composed of beef liver, though in the German Palatinate region pork is used instead. The meat is ground and mixed with bread, eggs, parsley and various spices, often nutmeg or marjoram. In Austria spleen is often mixed with the liver in a 1/3 ratio.

Using 2 moistened tablespoons, the batter is formed into dumplings and boiled in beef broth or fried in lard.
Due to their looser consistency, the boiled dumplings are meant to be eaten fresh after preparation, although the fried variant are somewhat less perishable due to the crust formed by frying.

In the Palatinate, Leberknödel are often served with Sauerkraut and mashed potatoes. In Bavaria and Austria they are usually served in soup as Leberknödelsuppe (Liver dumpling soup).

Here is the recipe for German Liver Dumpling Soup:

Ingredients:

2 l beef broth - click here to go to the recipe Beef Broth -
750 g beef liver
300 g beef
8 older buns
4 onions
fresh herbs, parsley, chives, estragon, thyme, liebstoeckel
3 eggs
salt, pepper, nutmeg

Directions:

Bring the broth in a bigger pot to a boil
Run the beef and liver through a meat grinder
Soak the buns in luke warm water
Peel onions and chop them fine; wash herbs and chop them too
Add the meat into a bowl and mix it with onions, herbs and eggs
Squeeze the water out of the buns and mix it under the meat
Add spices
With wet hands form dumplings, not too big, and with a foam spoon put them into the boiling hot broth, reduce heat; let them stand for 15 minutes. Don't bring the broth to a boil anymore otherwise the dumplings will fall apart.

Serve the soup with some sprinkled parsley on top, and fresh bread.

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