Journey to the Equestrian Heart of Germany

Location : Germany

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Departure Dates

Jul 7, 2024


Jul 16, 2024

EuroEquestrian Travel


Set off on an unforgettable journey into the heart of Germany’s equestrian heritage. This unique experience, featuring a 2-day Exclusive Rider Transformation Bootcamp, is more than a trip – it’s a transformative adventure set against the stunning backdrop of Germany’s picturesque landscapes and historic sites. Connect with fellow horse enthusiasts and immerse yourself in a world where riding is not just a sport, but a deeply rooted cultural experience. Here, amidst the rich traditions and vibrant ambiance, you’ll grow not only as a rider but also as an individual, forever touched by the spirit of this beautiful region.

Your adventure starts the moment you land in the heart of Germany, to be precise, in Stuttgart. A transfer awaits you and will take you to your accommodation. Settle into our hand-picked hotel, where the area’s charm meets you. Unpack, unwind, and get ready to explore.

Dive into the culinary wonders of Esslingen! Your first stop is an exploration of the city’s mouth-watering local cuisine. From traditional Swabian specialties to modern German delights, your palate is in for a treat.

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Day 1


Welcome to Germany

Day 2


Exclusive Rider Transformation - Finding a state of balance and relaxation

Day 3


Exclusive Rider Transformation - Refining your seat

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Discovering the Timeless Charm of Schwäbisch Hall

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Castles, Cuisine, and Equestrian Charm

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Immersion in German Riding Culture

Day 7


Castles to Cobblestones: A Day from Schloss Lichtenstein to Tübingen

Day 8


Marbach Stud Farm Excursion and Evening in Kirchheim/Teck

Day 9


Historical Castles, Old Town Wonders, and Culinary Delights

Day 10


Farewell and Departure from Stuttgart



Integration and Alignment


Hohenzollern Castle


The Foundation of Contact