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Germany, situated at the very heart of Europe, astounds the visitor by its elegance. Traveling in its capital city Berlin, you will be allured by this stylish city. Here you will experience not only the different architectural styles and art treasures but also a very distinctive lifestyle.!

Germany Embassies

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9 Days Trip of Germany: Berlin - Hamburg - Cologne - Frankfurt - Munich - Bonn - Nurnberg
14 Days Frankfurt - Wiesbaden - Heidelberg - Bavaria - Munich - Dachau - Rothenburg - Weimar - Dresden - Potsdam - Berlin
Tour Code: WT-Germany 03
12 Days Tour of Germany: Frankfurt - River Rhine - Cologne - Hamburg - Berlin - Dresden - Modlareuth - Bayreuth - Nuremberg - Rothenburg - Munich - Dachau - Donauschingen - Heidelberg - Baden-Baden - Frankfurt

Departure: Daily
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    Arrival in Germany

    You will fly to Frankfurt, the fifth largest city as well as the leading industrial, financial and transportation center in Germany. Upon arrival, you can take a taxi to transfer to check in the hotel. If you arrive early, you may tour around the city by yourselves for the rest of the time. There are 17 museums and numerous historic sites, such as Roman Ruins, Palm Tree Park, Justinus Church and the Ancient Opera House.

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    Frankfurt - River Rhine - Cologne

    In the morning, you will head for port to take a cruise tour on River Rhine and appreciate the fascinating scenery from St. Goar to Boppard. The River Rhine, with the wonderful scenery, is also the cradle of German culture and the longest river in Germany. Before heading for Cologne, you will have a short stop at Bonn, where is the birthplace of Beethoven. After arrival in Cologne, you are going to visit the famous Cathedral of Cologne, which is an undoubted landmark building of Cologne. With the 157-meter-high belfry, it becomes the second highest church in Germany, the third highest one and the third largest Gothic cathedral in the world.

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    Cologne - Hamburg

    Today, you will first drive to Lower Saxony and then transfer to Hamburg directly. As the economic and cultural city in northern Germany, Hamburg is also the most important harbor and the largest foreign trade center as well as the second financial center in Germany. After arrival, you will have an opportunity to have a tour around the port. Then proceed to visit the Lake Alster which is located in one side of the Ephod Street in downtown area. Besides, the ancient trees in this Alster Park touch the sky, the uniquely-designed stone lamps from Japan make this European park more attractive.

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    Hamburg – Berlin

    You will tour around along the Elbe valley which is 18-kilometer-deep in the morning. It is comprised of ancient pastures, palaces, monuments, parks as well as villas and gardens dated back to 19th and 20th century with beautiful natural landscape in suburban area. After the visit, you will head to Berlin.

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    As the capital and the largest city of Germany, Berlin has a history of 750 years. Although it is seriously damaged in the World War II, there are still many historical sites worth visiting after rebuilding. You will visit the symbol of reunification of Berlin--Brandenburger Gate, Unter den Linden Boulevard, German State Opera House and Reichstag Building. Then the remaining day is free on your own, you may look around the Berlin city by yourselves and visit the Berliner Mauer if you like.

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    Berlin - Dresden

    After breakfast, you will travel to Dresden known as the ‘Florence on the Elbe’. It is also the important political, cultural and economic center in eastern Germany. Here you are going to visit the Opera House, Zwinger Palace and Frauenkirche. Frauenkirche, built in 1726, is a representative work of the new-style church architecture in the west and the landmark building of this ancient city. And it is also the most beautiful landscape in Dresden.

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    Dresden - Modlareuth - Bayreuth - Nuremberg

    The first destination today is the open-air museum in Modlareuth. Then proceed to Bayreuth to visit the Wagner Festival Theater. After that, you will head to Nuremberg, which is known as the "Toy City in the world". Upon arrival, you will visit several spots here, such as the St. Sebald’s Cathedral. As the "Toy City", you will also have a chance to look around at the local toy markets.

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    Nuremberg - Rothenburg - Munich

    The morning tour will take you to visit the chocolatebox town in Rothenburg. You will visit many unique buildings along the street on foot. Afterwards, you will head for Munich, the capital city of Bavarian and one of the most important cities in Germany. After arriving there, you will visit the Olympic Stadium followed by Ludwigstrasse and Marienplatz.

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    As one of the most prosperous cities in Germany or even Europe, Munich has a long history and lots of historical sites. The whole day today will be free for you to make arrangement by yourselves. You may tour around Munich on your own. It is recommended for you to have a visit of the most attractive museum in Munich and the Alte Pinakothek where you can find many art treasures of Europe. Or pay a visit to the most famous architecture in Munich--Our Lady of the church, also called Munich Cathedral. In addition, Asam-Kirche is also a good choice for you to visit. It is one of the most popular tourist resorts in Germany and known as the “secret capital of Germany”.

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    Munich - Dachau - Donauschingen

    First you will drive to Dachau today. This beautiful town was the location of concentration camp and hundreds of thousands of people were killed here in World War II. Then you will move to visit the Neuschwanstein Castle, also called Snow White Castle, which is one of the most famous and splendid castles in Germany. It is the symbol of Germany and the prototype of Disney castle.

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    Donauschingen - Heidelberg - Frankfurt

    Today, you will first head to Baden-Baden, which is a famous hot spring town known as the “gateway to the Black Forest”. Here you can stroll around in the historical area of the town leisurely. After that, you will move forward to Heidelberg, which is praised as the “Student Prince”. You are going to visit the oldest university and magnificent Heidelberg Schloss as well as the local beautiful villages. Then return to Frankfurt afterwards.

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    Departure from Germany

    There is no scheduled activity in the morning. You may use of this free time to go shopping or look around the city once more. In the afternoon, you will transfer to the airport by bus for your homeward flight and put an end to this fabulous tour of Germany.