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Revamped Crew Scheduling Model Cuts Airline Delays by as Much as 30%

INFORMS Journal Transportation Science New Study Key Takeaways:

  • Researchers introduce slack times distributed across a crew schedule to plan ahead of any delays or disruptions.
  • The approach can reduce extreme delays by as much as 20–30% on average.
  • The buffers in scheduling cost airlines less than 5%.

Delays and disruptions in airline operations annually result in billions of dollars of additional costs to airlines, passengers and the economy. Airlines strive to mitigate these costs by creating schedules that are less likely to get disrupted or schedules that are easy to repair when there are disruptions—new research in the INFORMS journal Transportation Science has found a solution using a mathematical optimization model.

The study, conducted by Vikrant Vaze of Dartmouth College and David Antunes and Antonio Pais Antunes, both of the University of Coimbra, looks at data from Virgin America airline from 2014, that is 94 daily flights connecting 14 continental U.S. airports.

Using this data, researchers determined that introducing buffers or slack times that are distributed in an intelligent way across a crew schedule can reduce extreme delays by as much as 20–30% on average, with only a 2–3% increase in crew salary costs.

“Our model can lead to significant overall benefits, fewer flight delays, more importantly fewer worst-case delays, fewer crew infeasibilities, and lower passenger delays and disruptions,” said Vaze, a professor in the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth.

This research allows airlines and airline managers to seek the best trade-off between the goals of reducing delays and disruptions while not being overly conservative in buffer placement.

“If you err on one side, you will have large delays/disruptions. If you err too much on the other, you will have to pay the crew for sitting around doing nothing. Neither is quite a good situation to be in. So, we optimize the buffer placement in crew schedules,” continued Vaze. “Paying the crew a little extra ahead of time and then using that extra time as buffers strategically located throughout their work schedules can provide big gains in terms of delay reductions, if we use our optimization model.”

About INFORMS and Transportation Science

Transportation Science is a premier peer-reviewed scholarly journal focused on research about all modes of transportation, present and prospective, and looks at planning and design issues and the related economic, operational, and social concerns. It is published by INFORMS, the leading international association for operations research and analytics professionals. More information is available at www.informs.org or @informs.

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Lufthansa Crew Fly to the US in Traditional Folk Dress

Just in time for the Oktoberfest in Munich, Lufthansa’s Trachten- crew is getting ready for takeoff. This year, the world’s largest crew in folk costume will take off in Lufthansa’s flagship Airbus A380 for the first time. A total of 21 Lufthansa flight attendants will be trading their uniforms for traditional Bavarian garb. The first Lufthansa ‘Trachten’ flight will take off from Munich on 23 September and head to Beijing while the flight on 3 October will be from Munich to Los Angeles. In addition to this, crews on a selection of European routes will also be taking off in traditional costume. 

Lufthansa employees in traditional Bavarian clothing

The traditional costumes worn by Lufthansa’s long-haul crew were designed and tailored by Angermaier, a Munich-based specialist for traditional Bavarian clothing. The dirndls of the female flight attendants are dark blue with silver-gray aprons, while the men will be wearing short lederhosen with dark blue vests made of the same material as the dirndls. As in previous years, Lufthansa passengers can also experience the ‘Trachten’ flights on a selection of European routes from Munich. In September and October, a Lufthansa CityLine crew will be exchanging their uniforms for dirndls. Their flight destinations are Amsterdam, Lyon, Gdansk, Milan, Sofia, Brussels, Ancona, Belgrade, Warsaw, Cologne and Münster. 

For Lufthansa’s passenger support staff in Munich’s Terminal 2, it has been a tradition for years now to welcome passengers in traditional costume during the Oktoberfest. In addition to the Lufthansa uniform, ladies may also wear dirndls and the gentlemen may wear traditional Trachten suits. 

Oktoberfest in the Lufthansa lounges

Munich’s Lufthansa lounges are also prepared for the Oktoberfest. In the twelve lounges in Terminal 2 and the satellite building, over 4,000 kilograms of Leberkäs’ will be served, along with over 38,000 pretzels and approximately 750 kilograms of Weißwurst sausages. This year’s Oktoberfest menu in the festively decorated Lufthansa First Class lounges will start with Festtagssuppe, a traditional soup, followed by farmers’ duck and closing with homemade apple strudel served with vanilla sauce, roasted almonds and rum-soaked raisins. In the Senator and Business lounges, passengers will enjoy typical Bavarian dishes such as Leberkäs’, Fleischpflanzerl meatballs and quark mousse with plum topping.

Turo

by McCellies Mason × Vaughn Lowery

photos: Owen Duckett

Hop onto a fresh new set of wheels today with Turo! Sign up for the innovative car-sharing app Turo with Facebook, Google, or your email. Established in 2010, Turo is a peer-to-peer car sharing program where you can “book the car of your dreams.” Hosts on the app deliver a wide variety of cars with 250,000+ options. Turo is available for adults aged 21+ in 56 countries, 5500 cities, and with over 6 million users.

Getting into a new vehicle has never been more simple! Just meet the car owner to pick up the car. Many owners offer delivery, so they may bring it right to you. Take a look at the car, show them your license, grab the keys, and you’re all set for the fun. The owner will confirm or decline your trip within eight hours, but typically it’s much sooner. You can even pick up a car remotely with TuroGo, which allows owners to unlock cars from their phone, if the car’s system supports it. Book cars instantly on listings with the “Book Instantly” badge. You can even message owners directly and exchange numbers for easy drops or arrange meeting times at the airport.

No insurance? No Problem! Turo offers 3 different liability insurance packages from liberty mutual in the US and other major carriers across Canada and Germany. Those who prefer to use their own insurance can decline this option. Turo even allows customers to add a secondary driver onto trips, in case you have a friend coming along for the ride.

For those looking to become a little more adventurous, add-ons are available, like car-seats, mountain bikes, ski racks and more. This great alternative to conventional rental car companies offers exclusive cars that you can’t find anywhere else, like The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, with 6.2-liter V-8 good for 707hp. Rates for nice luxury cars are a bargain such as the 2017 Infiniti Q50 for only $52 per day! Turo is also great for people who already own a set of wheels. It’s a great way to earn extra cash for college or simply subsidize your car payment when you need to.

Listing your car on Turo is as simple as getting one, just create a free listing within a few clicks. Describe your car, upload some clean photos, and you’re ready to go. Be sure to keep your calendar up to date, so travelers know when your car is available. Turo holds about 10 to 12 orientation and communication events per year. The most recent one was in NYC, where they brought together active hosts and offered app feedback to the engineers and marketing representatives of Turo. You can learn more about how Turo works here.

Turo granted 360 Magazine the special opportunity to try the service out for themselves with a 2017 Porsche Macan GTS SUV. The luxury car is available on the app for a great price! Cruise around your city with 360hp and a digital dash. The candy red paint finish coupled with black interiors and red accents really set the tone for the night, as the car is a complete attention getter. Turo is available on Apple and Google Play. For more information visit turo.com and be sure to check them out on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter as well.

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South African Airways Vacations Deal

SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS VACATIONS® INTRODUCES “CAPE TOWN & WINELANDS

SUPER SAVER” FOR SUMMER TRAVEL WITH SAVINGS UP TO $1000 PER PERSON
Air-Inclusive 5-Night Package Starting at $1,699 for Travel through August 10, 2018.

Fort Lauderdale, FL (June 4, 2018) – South African Airways Vacations® (SAA Vacations®), the leisure division of South African Airways, has introduced a 5-night “Cape Town & Winelands Super Saver” air-inclusive vacation package that brings unprecedented savings of up to $1000 per person for travel from New York to Cape Town this summer. The “Cape Town & Winelands Super Saver” includes air transportation from New York-JFK Airport on South African Airways, Africa’s most awarded airline, 3-nights’ accommodations at the Sun Square Cape Town hotel and 2-nights’ accommodations at the Evergreen Manor & Spa in Stellenbosch, round-trip airport transfers, and a full-day tour to enjoy the spectacular scenery of Africa’s Cape Peninsula and Cape of Good Hope. The hip and trendy Sun Square Cape Town is the hottest new hotel located in the heart of the Mother City. Guests enjoy bright new rooms, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi throughout the property with close proximity to major tourist attractions. Evergreen Manor & Spa located in picturesque wine region town of Stellenbosch, just outside of Cape Town, offers luxuriousrooms each individually decorated with lovely period and antique furnishings. This hotel is a convenient walk to world-class restaurants, boutique shops, and art galleries. “SAA Vacations® is excited to offer a summer super saver package for last minute travel. If you don’t have a summer vacation planned yet, this is a great opportunity to visit South Africa at a very affordable price” said Terry von Guilleaume, president of South African Airways Vacations®.

The package details are “Cape Town & Wine Lands Super Saver” – $1,699

  • Roundtrip international economy class air transportation from New York-JFK Airport to Cape Town on South African Airways
  • 3-nights’ accommodation at the Sun Square Cape Town
  • 2-nights’ accommodation at the Evergreen Manor & Spa
  • Daily breakfast
  • Full day Cape Peninsula tour
  • Airport transfers in South Africa with meet and greet by South African Airways Vacations’ representative upon arrival in South Africa

This special discount is available for new reservations made by June 11, 2018. To take advantage of the tremendous $1000 per person savings, travel must be completed by August 10, 2018. Travelers should contact their professional travel consultant or call 1-855-359-7228. South African Airways Vacations® offers vacation options for all budgets, with African Specialists on hand to ensure clients experience the vacation of their dreams. For a complete overview of air-inclusive vacation packages to other destinations throughout Africa, visit www.flysaavacations.com.

About South African Airways Vacations®
A division of South African Airways (SAA), South African Airways Vacations® (SAA Vacations®) is highly regarded for its wide array of affordable luxury packages to Africa and uses SAA’s extensive route network to create packages for travel throughout South Africa, Botswana, Victoria Falls, Namibia, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Tanzania, Senegal, Ghana and the Indian Ocean Islands. Offering more than 80 air-inclusive packages, which range from value to superb luxury. Our specialty-themed programs offer unique experiences, whether you are interested in safaris, culture, cuisine, romance and adventure. The program is managed and fulfilled by DSA Vacations, founded in 2001, and offers an extensive portfolio of tour programs with a variety of hotels, game lodges, and safari companies throughout Southern Africa.

About South African Airways
South African Airways (SAA), South Africa’s national flag carrier and the continent’s most awarded airline, serves over 75 destinations worldwide in partnership with SA Express, Airlink and its low cost carrier Mango. In North America, SAA operates daily nonstop flights from New York-JFK and direct flights from Washington D.C.-IAD (via Accra, Ghana and Dakar, Senegal) to Johannesburg. SAA has partnerships with United Airlines, Air Canada, JetBlue Airways, American Airlines, and Hawaiian Airlines, which offer convenient connections from more than 100 cities in the U.S. and Canada to SAA’s flights. SAA is a Star Alliance member and the recipient of the Skytrax 4-star rating for 16 consecutive years.

Price is per person based on double occupancy and economy class flights. Offer based for bookings made between June 04 – 11, 2018 per person on 2 adults sharing for departures from New York (JFK) valid between June 4 – August 10, 2018. Not valid for group bookings.Cannot be combined with other special offers. Valid for new bookings only. The same itinerary available at higher prices during other travel periods. Other departure points and domestic flights within the U.S. can be booked. Price for other departure cities and/or travel dates may vary. Subject to availability and currency exchange rate fluctuations. Prices are valid for new bookings only, are not retroactive and may change without notice. Package includes all government and airline imposed taxes and fees. Baggage and optional service fees, cancellation charges and other restrictions may apply.

South African Airways Offer

SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS OFFERS “SIZZLING SUMMER SAVINGS” FOR PEAK SEASON TRAVEL

Low Summer Fares from New York to South Africa, starting from $1,099* round-trip for travel June 1-August 10, 2018 (restrictions apply). Fort Lauderdale, FL (May 30, 2018) – South African Airways (SAA), the leading carrier from New York to South Africa with the only nonstop daily flight, offers “Sizzling Summer Savings” featuring the hottest fares of the summer for travel from New York (JFK) to Johannesburg, Cape Town, or Durban, South Africa. The fares start from $1,099* roundtrip (restrictions apply) and are available for purchase through June 06, 2018 for travel from June 1 to August 10, 2018. “It’s always a good time to visit South Africa, but SAA’s Sizzling Summer Savings has made it even better with affordable fares from the Big Apple to the Big Five,” said Todd Neuman, executive vice president, North America for South African Airways. “For those that have not made their summer travel plans yet, these low fares combined with our daily non-stop flights from New York makes South Africa the perfect vacation destination.” South African Airways is one of Africa’s most awarded airlines, honored with a 4-star rating for 16 consecutive years by Skytrax. South African Airways offers the most daily flights from the U.S. to South Africa with nonstop service from New York-JFK Airport and direct service from Washington, DC-Dulles Airport to Johannesburg via Accra, Ghana or Dakar, Senegal. Onboard, SAA offers an in-flight experience designed for pure comfort for long-haul travel. Our customers enjoy a spacious Economy Class cabin, gourmet cuisine and a selection of complimentary spirits and award-winning South African wines and generous checked baggage allowance. Also included are individual audio / visual entertainment systems that deliver an extensive menu of first-run movies, music choices, and games. Via our Johannesburg hub, SAA links the world to over 75 destinations across the African continent and Africa’s Indian Ocean islands.

To book the “Sizzling Summer Savings” or for additional information, travelers should visit www.flysaa.com, call SAA Reservations at 1-(800) 722-9675 or contact their professional travel consultant. As one of the leading airlines in Africa, SAA also offers other low fares to over 75 other exciting destinations throughout continent.

About South African Airways

South African Airways (SAA), South Africa’s national flag carrier and the continent’s most awarded airline, serves over 75 destinations worldwide in partnership with SA Express, Airlink and its low cost carrier Mango. In North America, SAA operates daily nonstop flights from New York-JFK and direct flights from Washington D.C.-IAD (via Accra, Ghana and Dakar, Senegal) to Johannesburg. SAA has partnerships with United Airlines, Air Canada JetBlue Airways, and American Airlines, which offer convenient connections from more than 100 cities in the U.S. and Canada to SAA’s flights. SAA is a Star Alliance member and the recipient of the Skytrax 4-Star rating for 16 consecutive years.

*RESTRICTIONS: Fares are valid for roundtrip travel in economy class, and include all government and airline imposed taxes and fees. Valid for travel 06/01/2018 – 08/10/2018. The $1099* fare is valid for midweek travel (Monday to Thursday) from New York (JFK) to Johannesburg (JNB). Fares must be purchased within 72 hours of reservation being made, or by 06/06/2018, whichever is first. Minimum stay: Must stay over one Sunday for fares to apply. Maximum stay: 3 months. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights. Cancellations before/after departure: fares and carrier imposed fees (YR/YQ/Q) are non-refundable. Date change fee: $300 plus any applicable fare difference. Administrative fees may also apply. Infant (not occupying a seat) discount -Pays 10% of the adult fare. Baggage and optional service fees may apply. Reservations made 7 days or more prior to scheduled departure may be canceled without penalty up to 24 hours after the reservation is made.

South African Airways

Fort Lauderdale, FL (May 22, 2018) – South African Airways (SAA), the national flag carrier of South Africa, launches the “Awesome Africa Sale” with the lowest fares of the season for travel from either New York (JFK) or Washington DC (IAD) to Johannesburg or Cape Town, South Africa. Also included is travel from Washington DC (IAD) to Accra, Ghana on SAA’s four-times weekly service. The fares start from $749* roundtrip (restrictions apply) and are available for purchase through May 29, 2018, for travel this fall from October 26 to November 30, 2018. Other low fares are available for travel between October 1 – 25, 2018, for just $829* roundtrip (restrictions apply). “Our Awesome Africa sale fares offer an affordable opportunity to fly home to visit friends and family, or take that special dream vacation,” said Todd Neuman, executive vice president, North America for South African Airways. “These low fares, combined with SAA’s world-class service and warm African hospitality, offer a high quality experience and tremendous value for travelers.” South African Airways is one of Africa’s most awarded airlines, having been honored with a 4-star rating for the 16th consecutive year by Skytrax. South African Airways offers the most daily flights from the U.S. to South Africa with nonstop service from New York-JFK Airport and direct service from Washington, DC-Dulles Airport to Johannesburg via Accra, Ghana or Dakar, Senegal. Onboard, SAA offers an in-flight experience designed for pure comfort for long-haul travel. Our customers enjoy a spacious Economy Class cabin, gourmet cuisine and a selection of complimentary spirits and award-winning South African wines and generous checked baggage allowance. Also included are individual audio / visual entertainment systems that deliver an extensive menu of first run movies, music choices, and games. Via our Johannesburg hub, SAA links the world to over 75 destinations across the African continent and Africa’s Indian Ocean islands. For additional information and reservations, travelers should visit www.flysaa.com or contact SAA Reservations at 1(800) 722-9675.

About South African Airways

South African Airways (SAA), South Africa’s national flag carrier and the continent’s most awarded airline, serves over 75 destinations worldwide in partnershipwith SA Express, Airlink and its low cost carrier Mango. In North America, SAA operates daily nonstop flights from New York-JFK and direct flights from Washington D.C.-IAD (via Accra, Ghana and Dakar, Senegal) to Johannesburg. SAA has partnerships with United Airlines, Air Canada JetBlue Airways, and American Airlines, which offer convenient connections from more than 100 cities in the U.S. and Canada to SAA’s flights. SAA is a Star Alliance member and the recipient of the Skytrax 4-Star rating for 16 consecutive years.

*RESTRICTIONS: Fares are valid for roundtrip travel and include all government and airline imposed taxes and fees. Valid for travel 10/26/2018 – 11/30/2018. The $749* fare is valid for travel from New York (JFK) or Washington Dulles (IAD) to Johannesburg (JNB). Valid for travel 10/1/2018 – 10/25/2018. The $829* fare is valid for travel from New York (JFK) or Washington Dulles (IAD) to Johannesburg (JNB). Fares are valid for travel on Monday –Thursday. Weekend (Friday – Sunday) surcharges will apply. Fares must be purchased within 72 hours of reservation being made, or by 5/29/2018, whichever is first.

Minimum stay: Must stay over one Sunday for fares to apply.

Maximum stay: Return travel commence on or before 12/09/18. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights. Cancellations before/after departure: fares and carrier imposed fees (YR/YQ/Q) are non-refundable. Date change fee: $300 plus any applicable fare difference. Administrative fees may also apply. Infant (not occupying seat) discount – Pays 10% of the adult fare. Baggage and optional service fees may apply. Reservations made 7 days or more prior to scheduled departure may be canceled without penalty up to 24 hours after the reservation is made.

Scenic Drives and Delectable Stops in SouthWest Germany


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The Black Forest Panoramic Road offers Mesmerizing Views, a Gourmet Car Rally and a National Park

 

The Black Forest Panoramic Road is worth a visit for every nature lover. Located between the internationally renown spa town of Baden-Baden and the medieval Black Forest town of Freudenstadt, the Panoramic Road offers some of the best views in all of SouthWest Germany. With an altitude between 600 and 1,000 meters, the road crosses the Black Forest National Park and offers intermittent views of the Rhine Valley interspersed with clumps of deep, thick forest. At the Ruhestein Pass, it is highly recommended to make a delicious detour to the star-studded gourmet village of Baiersbronn where you can find gourmet meals in three Michelin restaurants as well as classic fare served up in creative ways with natural ingredients. From September 27 to September 30, the Baiersbronn Classic, an old timer classic car rally, will gear up for the fifth time with participants from all over Europe in some of the sleekest and fanciest vintage autos. Stops with gourmet food provide fuel to the fun and sustenance for the drivers roaring, twisting and turning along the beautiful Black Forest Panoramic Road.

>> Black Forest Panoramic Road

>> Baiersbronn Classic Car Rally

 

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Off the Beaten Path in Swabia: An Unexplored Corner of Europe: Beer, Baroque, Caves and Castles

Unique beer, extraordinary baroque churches and glorious castles – it is a road trip for visitors who enjoy history, natural beauty, culture and good beer. Visitors and drivers start and end in the “beer culture” city of Ehingen (think 43 beers and four breweries), only one hour and twenty minutes from Stuttgart and smack dab in the middle of the UNESCO biosphere area, the Schwäbische Alb. The ride takes you through the villages of Münsingen und Buttenhausen and past the romantic ruins of four fortresses in the Lauter Valley. The road continues along to the now famous, Wimsener Caves and then to the splendor of the Zwiefalten Cathedral. From there, drivers will follow the tour to a former settlement of Celts (Heuneburg) and an open air museum and then to the extraordinary baroque abbey at Zwiefalten. It is a grand panoramic tour that gives drivers and their passengers a beautiful look at an ancient and not well known corner of Europe. The baroque churches, the castles and ancient heritage combined with the beautiful rolling hills and the merry hospitality of Ehingen create an unforgettable trip for history and culture buffs. All together the drives is about 70 miles from start to finish. 

>> Ehingen and Region

 
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Driving the Castle and Garden Routes of SouthWest Germany

Taking in the castles and gardens of Baden-Württemberg is going back in time to experience worlds of glorious art, architecture, collections of porcelain, tapestries, statuary and acres of elaborate gardens. The Staatliche Schlösser & Gärten (SSG), the state heritage preservation agency for the state of Baden-Württemberg, or SouthWest Germany, preserves, protects, develops and maintains 60 historic monuments, including famous places such as Heidelberg Palace in the north but also lesser known gems, such as Weikersheim Palace in the northeast, or the luxurious Salem Monastery and Palace on the Lake Constance in the south. As these beautiful castles and gardens span the state of SouthWest Germany in all directions, driving is one of the best ways to get to many of them in one week’s vacation. There are many routes that one can take from north to south, west to east and reverse. The Castle Road in the north has over 15 castles and palaces of the SSG and have survived the vicissitudes of history. They stand today as reminders of emperors, kings and princes, of poets and thinkers, robber knights and romantic tales of chivalry. Some provide a colorful backdrop for open-air theater and concerts, for medieval banquets and historical markets. Others are still lived in by the aristocratic descendants of their former owners or their respectable middle-class successors and are partially open to visitors.

>> Stately Castles and Gardens

>> The Castle Road

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Stuttgart Airport is Central to all of SouthWest Germany: Gateway to Black Forest and More

Flying into Stuttgart Airport is so easy, so pleasant and low key that it becomes part of the vacation itself. Before you know it, you have landed and are driving to a great destination in the Black Forest, the Swabian Alb, or one of the charming university towns such as Freiburg, Tübingen or Heidelberg where students and medieval cities mesh in a wonderful mélange of old and new. Delta Air Lines provides direct flights from Atlanta to Stuttgart six days per week or visitors can fly direct to Frankfurt from many cities in the U.S. and get a connecting flight to Stuttgart. The airport’s personal VIP service offers pick-up service at the aircraft with a VIP limousine or an escort through air bridge, assistance with entry formalities, inclusive of porter service for up to four items of luggage, escort to the public sector of the terminal. All-inclusive price for two passengers: 130€, each additional passenger: 50€. Please book 48 hours in advance.
 

>> Stuttgart Airport


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Driving the Württemberg Wine Route from Stuttgart to Heilbronn 

Winding its way in and around the capital city of Stuttgart and the town of Heilbronn, the Württemberg wine route passes through hill and dale planted with vineyards and orchards. In contrast to most of the rest of Germany, the Württemberg wine region is known for red wines, including the little known Trollinger, Schwarzriesling (referred to also as Müllerrebe or Pinot Meunier), Lemberger along with a bit of Spätburgunder, Dornfelder and Portugieser. The wine is light and mostly fruity. Riesling is also an important variety in Württemberg, accounting for nearly a quarter of the vineyard area.. An unusual characteristic of the wine industry in SouthWest Germany is the number of co-ops. About three-quarters of the vineyards are tended by farmers or locals, and the same families have done so for over 100 years. The rest are private estates, often owned by members of the aristocratic Baden and Württemberg families. Another wonderful characteristic are the “Besens.” These are special seasonal wine pubs or taverns where visitors can drink the local wines from the fields and try homemade dishes. The name Besen actually means broom – and a broom at the door is a sign that the pub is open for business. As the crow flies, you can drive the countryside between Stuttgart and Heilbronn in one hour, but it is better to take your time and organize tours and winery visits and rent a wide selection of apartments and guest rooms. 

    

>> Württemberg Wine Route