Tour of Germany

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Tour of Germany


This grand loop will reveal many diferente facets of Germany; from the romantic Rhine Valley to the northern sea, along the shores of the Baltic Sea to the buzzing capital Berlin. Take in the rich splendor and history in Dresden and Nuremberg. In Bavaria, follow the Alps to Lake Constance and travel into the green heart of the Black Forest.

Prices are in AED per passenger sharing double/ Twin room Rates are subject to availability at the time of booking and not applicable on peak seasons. Terms and conditions apply

 

Itinerary

Day 1 Frankfurt

Arrival at the airport and transfer to your hotel in Frankfurt.

 

Day 2 Frankfurt

This morning you will enjoy a city tour of Frankfurt including all major attractions of this business capital such as the old central square “Römer” and the cathedral. The afternoon is free at your leisure. Alternatively your guide can suggest some attractions to visit outside of Frankfurt, for example Würzburg or Mainz.

 

Day 3 Frankfurt - Rhine River - Cologne

After breakfast we depart for Rüdesheim. Short sightseeing tour before we board a river cruise on the Rhine to sail along its most beautiful stretch: the Loreley Valley (aprox. 1.5 hours). In the afternoon we continue to Cologne and visit the city center and its famous cathedral.

 

Day 4 Cologne - Hamelin - Hamburg

Today we travel from Cologne to Hamburg. On the way we will stop in Hamelin, known for the folk tale of the Pied Piper of Hamelin. Enjoy a walk through the city before we continue to Hamburg.

 

Day 5 Hamburg

Take this day to discover the great city of Hamburg. Though located 100 km from the sea, Hamburg obtains its fame by its huge port. There are more bridges than in Venice and almost as many attractions.

 

Day 6 Hamburg - Lübeck - Wismar

Travel from Hamburg to Lübeck, the magnificently preserved medieval headquarters of the Hanseatic League. The day ends in Wismar whose Altstadt has been UNESCOlisted in 2002.

 

Day 7 Wismar - Schwerin - Berlin

The state capital, Schwerin, has an incredible castle at its heart and is one of the most striking small towns in Germany. From there we finally reach Germany’s capital Berlin.

 

Day 8 Berlin

This day is entirely dedicated to Berlin. Visit all of its main attractions like the Brandenburg Gate, Potsdam Square, the government building, the Holocaust Memorial, Checkpoint Charlie and much more. In the afternoon, take a river cruise on the Spree river through the city.

 

Day 9 Berlin - Potsdam - Berlin

Just half an hour outside Berlin you will find yourself in the middle of fantastic parks, gardens, lakes and various palaces. After a visit to Sanssouci we will take a walk through Potsdam and its cozy “Dutch quarter”.

Day 10 Berlin - Dresden

After breakfast we travel to Dresden: baroque brilliance and the mystical beauty make Dresden one of the most beautiful cities in former East Germany.

 

Day 11 Dresden - Meissen - Dresden

In the morning we visit Meissen, which in 1710 became the cradle of European porcelain manufacturing. On our return we will stop in Radebeul for a little wine tasting in the surrounding vineyards. The next stop is at Moritzburg Castle before we reach Dresden.

 

Day 12 Dresden - Prague - Dresden

Only 150 km south of Dresden you will cross the border to the Czech Republic and Prague. Visit the “Golden City” and its monuments. In the late afternoon return to Dresden.

 

Day 13 Dresden - Nuremberg

After breakfast we depart for Nuremberg. Nuremberg has always been a stage for historic and political movements. Relive world history with a visit to the emperor’s castle and the Documentation Center’s Nazi Party Rally Grounds.

 

Day 14 Nuremberg - Rothenburg ob der Tauber - Nuremberg

Rothenburg ob der Tauber is a dream come true for all romantics. Small alleyways paved with cobblestone and towered walls give the town an irresistible charm.

 

Day 15 Nuremberg - Regensburg - Munich

1.5 hours south-east of Nuremberg we find one of the best preserved medieval cities in Germany: Regensburg. Two millennia of history endowed the city with some of the region’s finest architectural heritage, a fact recognized by UNESCO in 2006. The evening in Munich is free at your leisure.

 

Day 16 Munich

We start with a city tour in Munich. Attractions include the Marienplatz, the Viktualienmarkt marketplace and the famous Hofbräuhaus. In the afternoon we will visit the BMW Museum or Allianz Arena.

 

Day 17 Munich - Linderhof - Füssen

As we approach the Alps we will stop in Linderhof to visit one of the castle of “Mad King” Ludwig II, king of Bavaria. From there we continue to Füssen, nestled idyllically between towering Alpine peaks.

 

Day 18 Füssen - Neuschwanstein - Lindau

Visit the most famous castle in the world: Neuschwanstein, a real-life fairytale. In the afternoon we depart for Lindau at Lake Constance.

 

Day 19 Lindau - Black Forest - Freiburg

The Black Forest awaits you with ist lush hills, valleys, forests, rivers and lakes. Stop at Lake Titi before we end this day in Freiburg.

Day 20 Freiburg - Heidelberg - Frankfurt

After a night in Freiburg we start in one of the most visited cities in Germany. Heidelberg is Germany’s oldest and most famous university city, home to 32.000 students. Enjoy a tour of Heidelberg and its castle and return to Frankfurt.

 

Day 21 Frankfurt

Transfer to the airport.

 

List of Suggested Hotels

City Days / Nights hotel option Room option Package rate
Germany 21 days / 20 nights 4* Hotels Double room AED 61800/-

Inclusions

  • Transportation by car, minivan or bus during the entire tour (depending on number of participants)
  • English speaking tour guide during the entire tour (driver-guide for groups of 7 persons or less)
  • Accommodation at 4-star hotels
  • Daily buffet breakfast
  • Visits and excursions as listed in the program
  • Cruise on the Rhine and on the Spree river
  • Admission to Schwerin, Sanssouci, Linderhof, Neuschwanstein and Heidelberg
  • Wine tasting
  • Entrance fee to the Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grands
  • Entrance fee to the BMW Museum or Allianz Arena

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