Magic Cities Of Germany 22 Nights / 23 Days


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Arrive Munich 

Upon arrival into Munich make your way to your hotel and check in. Relax today and we recommend you walk around to take in the culture and the various sights. Come evening and the wonderful city of Munich comes alive. Admire the illuminated monuments and fountains that make Munich such a delightful city. Overnight in Munich.


Munich is a very vibrant city even during the day and the best way to get to know more is by taking the Hop On Hop Off ticket atop the open air double-decker buses. The route presents to you famous sights like the Pinakotheken art museums, the world famous Hofbräuhaus, the National Theater with the Royal Palace, Marienplatz and the Viktualien market with its colourful outdoor stalls. This fun tour allows you to see the City at your own pace. Overnight in Munich.


Another day in Munich and what is in store for you today is to take a full day excursion to discover the world famous castles Neuschwanstein and Linderhof, out of Munich. Hidden in the seclusion of the mountains King Ludwig II built two of his dream castles: Neuschwanstein and Linderhof. This excursion shows you two extraordinary castles, both testifying to the vision of Bavaria’s fairytale King. A short shopping stop is included in Oberammergau. You have an approx. 4 hours time to visit Neuschwanstein and for Lunch (meals are not included). Entrance fee for the castle to be paid on spot (approx. Eur 15). Overnight in Munich

Munich – Leipzig

Post breakfast this morning its time to check out and head to the station to board the train to Leipzig. The train will take an approximate 4 hrs. Leipzig, the oldest trade town in Germany. Upon arrival check in and relax. This is an excellent walking city & we suggest you to take time to enjoy the special blend of that urban feeling in a Metropolitan city so unique. Be enchanted and inspired by magnificent old civil houses. Courts and splendorous fair halls. You'll explore and experience the feeling of the historical city of trade in the Gründerzeit and the boom town of the 90's. Overnight in Leipzig.


Wake up to breakfast this morning and armed with a locally bought Leipzig card enjoy the city. All the entrances and the public transportation are free. Spend time at the local cafes savoring the authentic fare. Overnight in Leipzig.

Leipzig – Dresden

Following breakfast this morning its time for you to head to the train station and catch the train to the UNESCO heritage city of Dresden. This will take you around 2 hrs. This is the saxon capital and houses some 30 internationally acclaimed museums. Arm yourself with the Dresden City card for 2 days which allows you travel on bus, tram, urban railway and ferries within Dresden and attractive concessions. Overnight in Dresden.


Wake up to breakfast this morning and the rest of the day is free for you to explore this very rich city further. We recommend you buy the Dresden card that allows for free travel in the public buses, trams in the city and the surrounds. Overnight in Dresden.

Dresden – Berlin

Its time to head to the captivating city of Berlin this morning. Again a 1.5 hr journey by train. Upon arrival make your way to the hotel and check in. Berlin hop-on hop-off tour allows you to hop-on and off as many times as you like aboard open top double decker buses. Many must-see Berlin attractions are easily accessible enroute including Checkpoint Charlie, Berliner Dom (Cathedral), Pergamon Museum, Brandenburg Gate and the enchanting Charlottenburg Palace including Priority entrance to Madame Tussuads. The rest of the evening is free for you. Evening we suggest to experience an optional show with over 100 artists on the world's biggest theater stage - THE WYLD is the most elaborate show outside of Las Vegas. Overnight in Berlin.


During a Berlin stay one should not miss an excursion to Potsdam – the Brandenburg State Capital and former centre of Prussia with its castles and gardens which are part of UNESCO’s world cultural heritage and the marvellous Old Town.

Enjoy a biking paradise in an UNESCO World Heritage City with the Potsdam Day Bike Tour.
It is a veritable playground for biking with many Prussian and Cold War sights tucked deep in parks and along quiet alleyways. continue going over the Glienicke Bridge Checkpoint where many spies traded hands during the Cold War. From there it is another amazing ride along the water seeing the former residences of Churchill, Stalin, and Truman where they stayed during the Potsdam Conference at the end of World War II. End by taking the train back to Berlin.

The rest of the evening is free for you to either enjoy the various restaurants that dot the promenades or indulge in some theatre. Overnight in Berlin.

Berlin – Hamburg

Welcome to the Northern star of Germany this morning as you board the train and make your way to Hamburg, a mere 1.5 hrs away. This is truly a metropolis and is also Germany’s greenest and most attractive cities. Water dominates the landscape and there are more bridges here than there are in Venice and Amsterdam together!

Head to a Maritime tour, you will gain an insight into the historical background of Hamburg, enjoy the charming contrasts between old and new. You will get an up-close and personal tour of current development, future programs and plans and behind the scenes look at exciting and pulsating Hamburg. The course of the tour goes along River-district, the historical Port-Warehouse-Area (Speicherstadt), the new HafenCity, Cruise-Terminal, Ballinstadt (Emigrant Museum), Kohlbrandbridge, the exclusive residential area (Elbchaussee), romantic captains - quarter and of course the Fishmarket. The evening is free for you to relax and enjoy the shopping, discotheques, pubs and theatres in town. Overnight in Hamburg.


This morning see the best of Hamburg on an easy and convenient hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour! Stop at all the major attractions, including St Michael Church, the St Pauli Fish Market and the infamous Reeperbahn red-light district! Board one of the red double-decker buses at the St Pauli port landing piers or at the main station, and begin your sightseeing adventure, hopping off at Town Hall Square, the Reeperbahn or at any other stop on the route. Your ticket is valid for the whole day. Sit back and relax while you enjoy these architectural highlights of Hamburg. Overnight in Hamburg.

Hamburg – Hannover

Welcome to the city of Hannover this morning. Following breakfast its time to head to the train station and catch the train taking you approximately 1.5 hrs. There is a lot to discover here. Upon checking into the hotel, rest a while and then its time for you to “walk along the Red Thread” this is a guideline on the pavement that leads you to the most attractive sights in the city centre of Hannover. Walk through different time periods, see the sights around Leineschloss Palace, discover the picturesque alleys in the Old Town with their half-timbered facades. Spend the evening at the lively city centre with its impressive shopping mile. Only a stone’s throw away is the Maschsee Lake that invites you to enjoy a multitude of leisure facilities all around the lake. Overnight in Hannover.


Armed with your Hannover card its time for you to further explore the city. The Zoo with its natural animal habitats is Europe’s adventure zoo number one. Hannover is also particularly great for shopping and the core of the Old Town is where the visitor finds everything. Enjoy the day exploring the city. Overnight in Hannover.

Hannover – Cologne

Following breakfast this morning its time for you to board the train and make the 2.5 hrs journey to the city and cathedral which is listed World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Abandon yourself to the vibrant life in the shopping malls, to the traditional brewery taverns and picturesque pubs in the Old Town. Come to Cologne and celebrate carnival in the stronghold of Rhenian cheerfulness. Once you have checked into your hotel. Spend the rest of the evening at any of the taverns or local restaurants. Overnight in Cologne.


Today the day is free for you to enjoy a scenic river cruise on the Rhine.  You will enjoy beautiful views of the city's most important sights, such as the famous Cathedral and the fairground, while a taped commentary will give you information about the attractions as you pass them by. The cruise lasts one hour and will first take you south, to the former fishing village of Rodenkirchen and then northwards to the fairground, where you can enjoy wonderful panoramic views of the city's shoreline from the river. This is a perfect way to spend the day here. Overnight in Cologne.

Cologne – Frankfurt

Its time to move to your next magic city this morning, to Frankfurt. The train takes you 1 hr. This is truly the city of contrasts and is the heart of Europe. With the German Stock exchange, the Central European bank, and more than 300 credit institutions from all over the world the 1,200 years old trade centre is one of the main European financial hubs.  Following your check in its time to explore this dynamic city on a hop-on hop-off bus tour and enjoy sightseeing at your own pace. With frequent bus departures and 14 great stops, you can plot your own itinerary and jump on and off all day to go shopping or see the sights. Buses leave approximately every 30 - 40 mins. The afternoon is free for you to further explore the highlights of this city like the famous Zeil shopping street, the picturesque Romerberg square, birthplace of Von Goethe and the city’s impressive banking district. Return back to the hotel and the rest of the day is free for you. Overnight in Frankfurt.


Germany is also famous for its Black Forest and this is exactly where you are headed today. Baden – Baden is one of Europe´s most beautiful health resorts and best preserved thermal bath houses. If you want to spend your day at the thermal bath (additional charges) the bus picks you up there again at 6pm. For all other guests, you will visit Germany´s oldest and most beautiful Casino and the legendary lake “Mummelsee” which is situated in the dark woods of the Black Forest. Enjoy a well rested evening at your hotel. Overnight in Frankfurt.

Frankfurt – Heidelberg

Tuck into a sumptuous breakfast this morning and head back to the train station to catch the train to Heidelberg. The journey takes approximately 1 hr. Upon arrival, make your way to the hotel and check in. Heidelberg is one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. During your stay here you will see the world famous castle ruins, Gothic and Renaissance buildings, the large courtyard, the mighty terrace and the world´s largest wine barrel. In the medieval town centre of Heidelberg you must visit the Church of Holy Spirit, the House of the Knights with its precious Renaissance facade, small lanes with half timbered houses, the Old Bridge, Karlstor and much more. Overnight in Heidelberg.


Enjoy this pretty city and explore more at your own pace. You could opt to take a tour to most beautiful and best preserved medieval town in Germany - Rothenburg

Heidelberg – Stuttgart

Welcome to the Stuttgart, the capital of the Baden-Württemberg state. The city is 1 hr away by train and is fabulous. Upon arrival, make your way to the hotel and check in. You stroll through the Palace Gardens (Schlossgarten), past celebrated landmarks, and around the city centre, gain an invaluable insight into the city's history and development. You could try some of the authentic food from this part of Germany at any of the many cafes dotting the promenades. Overnight in Stuttgart.


Following breakfast this morning and arm yourself with Stuttgart card, that we recommend you buy locally you could spend time visiting the Wilhelma Zoo, the Collegiate church, the Ludwigsburg Palace, the Solitude castle etc. There are a variety of sights that are great to see and experience. Prepare yourself for an entertaining exhibition on the artistic and cultural history of the pig as you could visit the world's largest pig museum! Quirky museum in an old slaughterhouse focused on the history, mythology & gastronomy of pigs. Later in the evening you could unwind at any of the Beer Gardens that are so famous in Stuttgart. Overnight in Stuttgart.


Another day free for you in Stuttgart today. You could visit the Porsche Museum and the Mercedes Benz Museum today and a few of the lovely museums and art galleries that again make Stuttgart so famous. The rest of the day is free for you to further explore the city and take in the sights and sounds. Overnight in Stuttgart.

Stuttgart – Frankfurt Airport

Its time for you to bid farewell this morning as you make your way to the train station to catch the train to Frankfurt Airport. The time taken is an approximate 1.5 hrs. Hope you had a great holiday.