Guided city tour of Frankfurt
See Cologne Cathedral
Sightseeing of Berlin
Excursion to Potsdam
Sightseeing of Dresden
Visit Munich - The Bavarian Capital
Sightseeing of Munich
Excursion to Newuschwanstein Castle
Today, embark on your short discovery of Germany as you arrive into Frankfurt.
After checking into your hotel, time to explore the city. Frankfurt is the financial capital of Europe - for proof, just look at its modern skyscrapers and the giant Euro Sculpture in front of the European Central Bank. Go to Main Tower and take an elevator to its viewing platform. On a clear day you’ll be able to see fom above the entire city, the river Main, and their surrounding areas.
Another architectural delight is the My Zeil shopping center, located on Frankfurt’s bustling shopping street Zeil. The building’s remarkable curved glass roof and vortex-shaped facade has to be seen to be believed. Afterwards, step back into nature at the City Forest (Stadtwald), Germany’s biggest inner-city forest.
Overnight in Frankfurt.
This morning, enjoy breakfast and then proceed by train to Cologne. The magnificent Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom) welcomes you when you arrive in Cologne – it lies on the doorstep of the main train station. Reach the top of the South Tower’s spiral staircase and be rewarded with a sweeping view over the river Rhine. The nearby Hohenzollern Bridge is covered with love padlocks.
Check into your hotel and time to explore some more.
Cultural buffs have a smorgasbord of museums and galleries to discover. Modern art fans should go to Museum Ludwig. If you like big celebrations, time your visit for the crazy Carnival in February, or Christopher Street Day and the Cologne Lights Festival (Kölner Lichter) in July.
Take some time out for a romantic Rhine Cruise.
Overnight in Cologne.
After breakfast head to Berlin. The capital of cool. It has an exciting mix of history, culture, and nightlife, with discoveries at every corner.
On arrival, check into your hotel and explore on your own for the rest of the day. Head to Berlin Tower and enjoy fabulous views of the city sprawled out below you.
Overnight in Berlin.
After breakfast in your hotel, make sure you add the East Side Gallery to your Berlin itinerary – it’s the world’s largest open-air gallery with murals painted across almost a mile (1.3 kilometers) of the former Berlin Wall.
One of the most iconic symbols of the city is the 18th century Brandenburg Gate. Minutes away lies the Holocaust Memorial. Its thought-provoking design and underlying museum leave a somber reminder worth reflecting on – definitely a must for your Germany itinerary.
In the afternoon, take a trip to Potsdam, famous for its parks and palaces. The regional train from Berlin takes less than 30 minutes one way.
Overnight in Berlin.
Check out of your hotel and proceed to the train station for your onward journey to Dresden.
On arrival, check into your hotel and learn more about this beautiful city in Saxon on your guided tour. Dresden is a cultural and architectural gem. It was called the “Jewel Box” thanks to its former role as the royal residence of the kings of Saxony. Most of Dresden’s historical center was destroyed by bombings in 1945, but much has been restored to its former glory.
The city's inner old town holds several treasures, including Dresden's signature landmark the Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche). Its ruins were left untouched for over 40 years after the bombings. Reopened in 2005, it now symbolizes hope and reconciliation. Semper Opera is another architectural masterpiece. It's an opera house, concert hall, and ballet stage, all in one grand setting.
Overnight in Dresden
Get set for a long train journey this morning, as you check out after breakfast. Proceed to Munich by train
On arrival at this Bavarian Capital city; kingdom of world-class beer – check into your hotel and relax. Explore the many breweries in and around Munich.
Overnight in Munich
Enjoy breakfast and then proceed on a tour of the city. The main square Marienplatz is a great starting point for exploring the Old Town. Minutes away is the Hofbräuhaus, a definite must-see on your Munich itinerary. The world’s most famous beer hall has been around since 1589.
Still up for more beer? Take a daytrip to Andechs Monastery, where Benedictine monks have been brewing beer since 1455. To gain an insight into the sad events of the Holocaust, visit the Dachau Concentration Camp. It provides a chilling account of the first National Socialist concentration camp.
Overnight in Munich
After breakfast, visit this hilltop fairytale palace was the inspiration for Disney's Sleeping Beauty Castle. It's 2 hours away from Munich, close to the Austrian border. Neuschwanstein Castle is a 19th-century Romanesque Revival palace on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Füssen in southwest Bavaria, Germany. The palace was commissioned by King Ludwig II of Bavaria as a retreat
Overnight in Munich
After breakfast, time to bid goodbye to Germany as you check out and transfer to the airport for your flight back home loaded with memories of your vacation in Germany with Airtours Holidays.
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