Historical Highlights of Germany


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Tour Program (8 Days)

• Round trip with our partner airline to Berlin and back.
• Airport – hotel – airport transfers.
• Introductory information.
• Circular tour in our modern & air-conditioned deluxe tour bus.
• 7 nights in typical local 3* hotels during the tour.
• Accommodations in comfortable double rooms with bathroom, satellite TV, telephone.
• 7 typical local breakfasts
• Qualifed English-speaking tour guides on the bus


Not included in package: All costs for personal needs such as drinking, telephone, gratuity, entrance fees and meals,
additional optional excursions, private travel insurance.

Day1: International Flight (Overnight) to
Scheduled flight with our partner airline to Berlin.
Day 2: Berlin *
Reception at the airport by local tour guide and transfer to your hotel. Upon Arrival at Berlin Tegel, our staff will greet you and take you to hotel in Berlin. You can explore Berlin at your own, relax in the Hotel or book an optional orientation tour that takes us through the historic heart of the city. We begin at Checkpoint Charlie, the most well-known Berlin Wall crossing point that connected East Berlin and West Berlin during the Cold War,and then continue on to the Brandenburg Gate. In the afternoon, we’ll visit Hackescher Markt, a heritage site that represents one of Berlin’s top entertainment hubs. We continue exploring the ever-changing East Berlin, see a once-destroyed Jewish neighborhood now renewed with a flourish, and visit the Neue Synagoge. We proceed to the Bebelplatz, where in 1933 the Nazi book burnings took place.Afterwards you can go deeper in history at the German History Museum (Deutsches Historisches Museum). In the evening, you have the unique opportunity to experience a romantic river cruise on the river Spree through illuminated Berlin.
Day 3: Berlin – Leipzig*
Our discover tour leads today to Leipzig. Let yourself be informed about the history of a city that is known as trade city since at least the time of the Holy Roman Empire. Starting at the historical market place, where the city symbol is embedded into the pavement, we are going to the city hall. The Mädler Passage, Leipzig’s most charming shopping street, will be on our way and the world famous Auerbachs Keller. Goethe, the famous poet refers to it in his masterpiece “Faust”. 1 night with breakfast in the area of Leipzig.
Day 4: Leipzig - Halle- Weimar*
Today we will visit the State Museum of Prehistory in Halle*. It displays the world‘s oldest known concrete depiction of astronomical phenomena, telling the fascinating story of the Sky – it was forged over 3600 years ago and is an archaeological sensation that has revolutionized the way we see our prehistoric ancestors. UNESCO included the bronze disk in the UNESCO‘s Memory of the World Register. Our next visited city is Weimar, a focal point of the German Enlightenment and home of the leading characters of the literary genre of Weimar Classicism, the writers Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Friedrich Schiller. Optional visit at the Goethe- and the Schiller museum. 2 nights in the area of Erfurt / Weimar.
Day 5: Bad Hersfeld – Eisenach*
We continue our tour and stop in Eisenach (optional city tour) at the Wartburg Castle – another UNESCO World Heritage Site and almost a castle village. Here´s where Martin Luther translated the Bible. You also have the opportunity to visit the 600 year-old Bach House, a museum and study center devoted to the life and works of the composer Johann Sebastian Bach. After the impressive Wartburg visit, we are continuing our trip and stop at a traditional family business that specializes in the production of goods made from natural fibres, mattresses and a variety of household goods. Feel Made in Germany quality and enjoy low prices for your shopping.
Day 6: Dresden*
Board our bus and head to Dresden, the “Florence of the Elbe”, where you have the opportunity to visit Meissen with its world famous Meissen Manufactory. Since it was established as Europe’s first porcelain manufactory in 1710 by King August the Strong, Meissen has become one of the best-known German luxury brands in the world. From there, you will experience some culinary delights during a visit to the winery Schloss Wackerbarth where highly regarded German wines and Champaign will be tasted. We will show you the 850 year old tradition of wine and sparkling wine production. Enjoy the kitchen chef’s dinner and taste some of the wines.
1 night and breakfast in the area of Dresden.
Day 7: City Tour Dresden – Berlin*
Enjoy and optional city tour program and visit the historic old city where we‘ll be greeted by priceless works of Rembrandt, Vermeer, Raphael, Titian and more in the Zwinger Museum’s Old Masters Gallery. We‘ll continue with a walking tour of this reborn-from-the-ashes city, including the city‘s greatest symbol of pride – the inspiring Frauenkirche – which was destroyed during WWII and rebuilt since the 1990s with donations from around the world. The Historical Green Vault displays some 3000 precious items in the same fashion as during the time of August the Strong! Visit the Semper Opera House, the most famous opera house in Germany, that houses the Saxon State Orchestra, one of the world´s oldest and best known orchestras. In the late afternoon we will drive back to Berlin.
1 night and breakfast in Berlin.
Day 8: Departure
Enjoy your trip back to the U.S