Enchanting

From the Main River to the Sea

Dear friends of fairytales and the Brothers Grimm!

Greetings, dear visitors!
Together with more than sixty cities and towns, a dozen partner hotels, theme parks, museums and countless other fairytale destinations, we welcome you to the German Fairy Tale Route!
Our website presents our unique itinerary in its almost indescribable diversity. Let us invite you to browse, read and dream. To dream of fairy tale musicals and castle hotels, of mythical paths and medieval castle banquets, of journeys in the footsteps of the Brothers Grimm into the world of fairy tales, sagas and legends. - Soon, when we have passed through the hard test of the Corona pandemic together, your dreams can also come true.
We are looking forward to meeting you!
Your German Fairy Tale Route Team

Calendar of Events

A special note for guests who do not speak German:
Some of the guided tours and audiences offers or events presented here are currently only available in German,
some are offered regularly, others on demand in different languages.
In many cases, fairytale magic and fabulous seductions do not need spoken language to be properly experienced.
Let yourself be surprised or inquire directly at the address given in each case.
And please understand that for technical reasons some descriptions are shown here only in German. Thank you very much!

 

"My favourite place on the German Fairy Tale Route is the former magistrate's house in Steinau an der Straße, the place where my nephews Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm spent a happy childhood with their parents and siblings."

This is what "Aunty Zimmer" says (Steinau city guide Ellen Schmidt) about the former magistrate's house

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