From the colorful history of the Berlin wall to the old ports of Hamburg, fairy-tales of Bremen, Gothic cathedral of Cologne and beer gardens of Munich, Germany is a land with many gifts in its favor. Try them all — from the historic to the cultural — on an unforgettable seven-day, highlights of Germany tour.
Berlin – Welcome to Germany
Freedom of expression rules here, so after you arrive and settle into your hotel, prepare to see all sides of this diverse city. You’ll begin your adventure with a walking tour that’ll take you past the famous Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag (where politicians make important decisions) and Gendarmenmarkt square, where you’ll hear about plagues and wars, the Konzerthaus (a theater and concert hall) and the quirky rivalry between the domed German and French cathedrals.
As evening nears, you’ll stroll along Unter den Linden Boulevard, passing significant cultural and historical sites — such as Babelplatz, the State Library and Museum Island —before being taken to one of the trendiest restaurants in Berlin, La Soup Populaire. The transformed warehouse, which is run by two-Michelin-star chef and owner, Tim Raue, endeavors to bridge the gap between gastronomy and art. The menu draws inspiration from its revolving art exhibitions and traditional German cuisine, making it a fitting way to finish your first day.
Berlin – A Historical Look at the City
Hamburg – Germany’s Hippest City
Cologne – A Scenic Road Trip
Cologne – The Sights of Cologne
Munich – Explore the City's History
Munich – Departure
- Discover the history and culture of Germany’s capital, Berlin
- See the dark side of Nazi Germany; tour underground bunkers, former Gestapo headquarters and Holocaust monuments in the nation’s capital
- Visit the historic ports of Hamburg and see why the city is likened to Venice
- Take a scenic road trip to the historic towns of Bremen and Münster for a taste of culture, heritage and Germany’s oldest wine cellar
- Explore the ancient Roman past and magnificent gothic cathedral of Cologne
- Taste the pizazz, history and — of course — the famous beer of Munich
Germany is a land of contrasts, history, culture and fairytales. Explore them all on a magical tour that’ll take you from north to south on an unforgettable seven-day adventure.
Crafted for 2020-2021, begin your trip in the bustling capital of Berlin and get your fill of turbulent history, eerie landmarks and UNESCO Heritage-listed sites. Move on to Germany’s favorite city, Hamburg, where tales of pirates and Germany’s oldest port will await your wandering eyes. Next on your trip will be the historical towns of Bremen and Münster, where you’ll visit Germany’s oldest wine cellar, hear tales of wars, plagues and men in cages.
Further south, you’ll discover Germany’s most-visited landmark — the UNESCO Heritage-listed Cologne Cathedral — and see what remains of ancient Rome. Finally you’ll fly to Munich, home of Oktoberfest and one of the world’s quirkiest royal families. Walk the streets of its old town, listen to legends and try a pretzel and the famous Munich “helles” (pale lager).
$2,725 per person (excluding international flights)
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