German Wine Route
With this version 0f MONOPOLY it guides you along the German Wine Route.
The German Wine Route is one of the oldest tourist routes in Germany and runs through the second largest wine-growing region in Germany, the Palatinate. It is about 85 km long and runs from south to north. It starts at the German Wine Gate in Schweigen-Rechtenbach on the French border and ends at the House of the German Wine Route in Bockenheim.
Wine lovers get their money's worth on the German Wine Route. But not just them! In addition to wine, there are romantic wine-growing villages, many wine festivals, beautiful nature, historical sights and a wonderfully mild climate.
It is not for nothing that the region is called "Germany's Tuscany". But just go on a voyage of discovery yourself: with the MONOPOLY edition of the German Wine Route.