Enjoy the essence of Germany as you experience its fascinating history while cruising through the Rhine River, visiting King Ludwig's fairytale Neuschwanstein Castle, walking through the medieval streets of charming Nuremberg, or simply enjoying the magnificent scenery on a Germany. Rather than glossing over its role in World War II, Germany has preserved stories and artifacts in sites across the country, a tribute to the atrocities and tens of millions who were killed in the war. At the cultural heart of Germany is the capital, Berlin with many fine museums and galleries, while nature lovers will find a world of possibilities in Germany's great outdoors.
Welcome to Munich
Explore Munich through the history of the Third Reich and visit WWII locations associated with the rise to power of Hitler and the Nazis. Discover beer halls where Hitler gave important speeches, the Nazi HQ, monuments to Nazi opponents, and much more.
The evening we will discover the so-called Beer Capital of the World on a tour of Munich’s beer halls. Explore the city’s breweries, as well as the teeming beer gardens and halls, where the amber liquid flows without end.
Dachau half day Trip
Visit Dachau, the former concentration camp outside Munich. Since 1965, the site has been used as a memorial and a place of education.
Take time to reflect on the terrible events that took place here.
The evening will be free to explore the city.
Today you go on a day trip from Munich to Bavaria’s Neuschwanstein Castle by train while you pass through some beautiful scenery. Often known as Germany’s "Cinderella castle," Neuschwanstein was actually the inspiration for a different Disney story, the ‘Sleeping Beauty’ castle at Disneyland. Take a guided tour of the castle, and hear stories about the "Mad" King Ludwig II, who commissioned it.
Spend your last night in Munich as you wish
Overnight in Munich
Arrive in Berlin
Post breakfast we take the train from Munich to arrive in Berlin city center. Later in the afternoon, we take a City Tour of Berlin including the most significant World War II sites and Third Reich sites, such as the Reichstag, sites of the former Reichs Chancellory and Führerbunker, as well as the former headquarters of the State Security offices.
In the evening we join a Berlin Pub Crawl, so we've seen the sights by day, but are yet to experience the Berlin nightlife! The German capital is renowned for its alternative bars, weekend-long raves, and crazy club culture – so don't miss out on seeing this side of Berlin too!
Overnight in Berlin
Post Breakfast, Visit the head of the former Prussian Empire on a half-day trip to Potsdam. Enjoy a guided tour of the famous Sanssouci Palace and walk through its gardens. Listen to informative commentary from your guide about the history of the Prussian Empire as you stroll through this UNESCO-listed city and visit attractions such as the Dutch Quarter, the rebuilt City Palace, and the New Palace.
Rest of the day you are free to do as you wish in Berlin.
Indulge in a river cruise with a burger on the side
Savor a tasty hamburger on a fabulous Berlin cruise. This cruise in Germany follows the River Spree through the center of the city and features a sizzling hot fresh hamburger plus a drink of your choice. See the city in the special perspective afforded by the river on this Berlin cruise. Savor the flavor of the beef or vegetarian patties as you sightsee in historic Berlin.
Later in the evening, we go to explore museum island, Located on the northern tip of Spree Island, Berlin’s Museumsinsel (Museum Island) is an ensemble of five world-renowned museums.
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The most popular attraction in Munich is its beer garden culture – Munich is host to 450 beer gardens – which is why you should take the beer garden on the road.
The BEER BIKE can seat a maximum of 15 passengers. All you need to do is sit back and help peddle the bike; your hands will be free, allowing better use of your paws for more important things like photos ops and, of course, beer (no worries, the peddling's a breeze).
The Berliner Unterwelten Tour
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The Berliner Unterwelten Tour
Berlin is a city that is constantly reminded of its not so distant past. While there are tons of tours on World War II/Cold War history in Berlin, the Berlin Underground Tour is a tour that will blow your mind.
It is an underground museum that uncovers the secrets of Berlin, including former escape tunnels and WWII bunkers. As an added bonus, head across the street to the park and walk around the “Flak Towers” that were built by Hitler to defend the city from enemy aircraft.
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