Germany’s capital city amazes visitors with its history, culture, and cutting-edge architecture. Known for its food, art scene and modern landmarks. Take a day trip out to the former Prussian royal seat, Potsdam to see the palaces and their magnificent gardens.
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Explore Saxony at your pace with this self drive tour. Start in Dresden, nicknamed the Florence on the Elbe; explore “Saxon Switzerland” with its beautiful scenery; visit Meissen and its world renowned pottery factory; visit the impressive castle of Wartburg and end in Berlin.
Beginning in Dresden, nicknamed Florence on the Elbe, this takes you to some distinct German cities, dotted with exotic landscapes, palaces and castles. Visit Meissen, Eisenach, Erfert, Leizpig before ending the tour in Berlin, the capital of Germany.
Dresden is full of culture and beauty. Nicknamed Florence on the Elbe, its cityscape view from the Elbe is magnificent. Explore ‘Saxon Switzerland’ with the ‘Little Grand Canyon of Saxony’ and the medieval fortress, Königstein.
Frankfurt, located on the banks of the River Main is a very modern city with businesses, skyscrapers and Europe’s third largest airport. It is also home to the enchanting Old Town and 60 museums. Combine Frankfurt with one of Germany’s most visited destinations, Heidelberg. Home to Germany’s oldest university, beautiful historic center, and famous castle.
December in Germany is a magical time. Explore some of the country’s best Christmas markets filled with twinkling lights, roasting chestnuts, beautiful Christmas decorations and ornaments. Your 8 days in Germany start in Munich and continue to the UNESCO World Heritage listed city of Regensburg, Nuremberg, Rothenberg, Wurzburg, and Frankfurt. In each city, you will have a chance to explore the Christmas Markets. Maybe even take in the Christmas Museum in Rothenberg. And try some of the local delicacies while wandering through the markets.
While Neuschwanstein Castle remains one of Germany’s most iconic images, there is so much more to discover in the southern part of this magical country. Sail along the most picturesque stretch of Rhine – the Lorelei Valley, visit the Heidelberg Castle, explore the Alsatian city of Colmar;a melange of French and German cultures, along with visiting the Munich and Frankfurt, two of Germany’s most popular cities.
Beautiful cosmopolitan Hamburg is Germany’s maritime capital of the north. Highlights will include a boat tour of the harbor and Old Town, with its angular buildings and 17th century angular houses, original restaurants, and bars.
Discover Germany by train. You will start in the charming city of Frankfurt with its new Old Town, then travel North to Cologne, home to one of the largest Gothic style cathedrals. Onto Hamburg, Germany’s maritime capital of the north and then to Berlin, Germany capital that offers something for everyone. Take in the beauty and culture of Dresden before traveling back to Frankfurt.
Discover Germany by train. Frankfurt is the perfect city to start and end your train journey of South Germany. In Nuremberg visit the castle, one of the most important medieval imperial palaces. Travel south to Munich, the capital of Bavaria. Wander in Marienplatz square with its well-known Glockenspiel. Visit Mad King Ludwig’s fairytale castle, Neuschwanstein. And discover Stuttgart, home to Mercedes Benz and Porsche.