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WT-Germany 02:14 Days Tour of Germany: Frankfurt - Wiesbaden - River Rhine - Heidelberg - Black Forest - Baden-Baden - Bavaria - Munich - Dachau - Rothenburg - Weimar - Dresden - Potsdam - Berlin
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    Arrival in Frankfurt - Wiesbaden

    Upon arrival at Frankfurt airport, the largest air terminal and railway terminal of Germany, you will proceed to Wiesbaden, the capital of Hessen. Then the rest of the time is free at your leisure. You may have a rest or stroll around the hotel.

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    River Rhine

    Today you will start your tour from St. Goarshausen to Rüdesheim along River Rhine by sightseeing boat. During the trip, you will learn about the legend story about the enchantress Lorelei in German folk literature. Meanwhile, the picturesque mountains, small villages and castles will be passed one by one. Upon arrival, you will disembark and continue to visit the gorgeous town Rüdesheim.

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    Heidelberg - Black Forest

    Drive along Yellow Roads, through agricultural areas and mountain ranges to Heidelberg, the prestigious resort with tourism culture. The oldest university of Germany and magnificent Heidelberg Scholoss in red-brown that you will visit are also located here. Then continue your tour to visit the Black Forest in the southwest of Germany.

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    Black Forest

    Today, you will proceed to Baden-Baden known as the “gateway to the Black Forest”. You can stroll around in the historical area of this town leisurely here. There are two castles in Baden-Baden, among which the older one called Altes Schloss (12th century) is located in the mountain to the north, the other near the city named Newcastle was built in 1479. Bid farewell to castles, you will go downhill from the east of the church upon getting back to the market square. In the evening, you will have an opportunity to live in romantic houses in Black Forest.

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    Bavaria

    In the morning, you will continue your spectacular drive across forests through Black Forest freeway to the foot of Alps. This part is also the most beautiful part in Germany. Upon arrival, you will enjoy the lunch at the shore of Lake Constance, which is the largest lake in Germany. Later, go back to the hotel.

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    Neuschwanstein Castle

    Today’s tour will take you to visit the Neuschwanstein Castle, one of the most famous and magnificent castles in Germany. Situated near Schloss Hohenschwangau, it is built in the late of 19th century, which has become an enduring symbol of Germany. As it is the prototype of Disney Castle, it also enjoys a high reputation as Snow White Castle. After that, you will pay a visit to the Alpine village in Oberammergau and it is famous for the “Passion Play”. At last, you will move forward to Munich.

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    Munich

    Today your city tour will bring you to Munich, the capital of Bavaria and one of the most prosperous cities in Germany or even Europe. First, you will visit the most attractive museum in Munich--Alte Pinakothek, where shows all kinds of European art treasures. In the afternoon, continue your tour to Dachau. This beautiful town was the location of concentration camp where hundreds of thousands of people were killed during World War II.

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    Rothenburg

    Today, you will travel to Rothenburg, which is a medieval old town. A story is going about that there is a Romantic Road. You will first pay a visit to the famous Gothic castles in Rothenburg. In addition, you will also visit the street paved by pebbles and houses with pediment, which have a history of over 100 years.

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    Weimar

    Drive to Weimar in the morning. It was the location of Germany government during the World War?and the birthplace of modern architecture. Numerous cultural objects and historic relics left in the city are the witness of Weimar’s long history and cultural tradition. Here you will have an opportunity to visit the Home of Goethe and the Bauhaus Museum. The numerous museums and many other buildings in the city are all worth visiting.

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    Dresden

    The highlight of your sightseeing tour today is Dresden, the important center of culture, politics and economy of eastern Germany. Although the Royal Palace was destroyed during the World War ?, it now has been restored to its original splendor through restoration and reconstruction. You may choose to visit many historical buildings and museums in this city, such as the Semper Opera House and Frauenkirche, which is the symbol of Dresden.

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    DresdenT

    oday’s tour will still be carried on Dresden. You will go to visit the Frauenkirche. Founded in 1726, the church adopted unprecedented methods including dome and sandstone combination with a height of 95 meters. It is the masterpiece as well as the landmark building where a lot of musicians and artists left their footprints. Afterwards, proceed to Elbe River, which is 18 kilometers in length and consists of old pastures, palaces, monuments, parks, villas and gardens dating back to 19th and 20th century with natural beauty in the suburbs.

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    Potsdam - Berlin

    The morning tour will begin with the visit of Cecilienh of Palace in Potsdam. It was inscribed on the World Heritage List by the UNESCO and Truman, Churchill and Stalin signed “Potsdam Treaty” here in 1945. After the visit, you will continue the tour to Berlin.

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    Berlin

    Berlin, with a history of 750 years, is the capital city of Germany as well as the largest city of this country. Even though many historical buildings in this city were destroyed during the World War ?, the majority of them have been restored after the war ended, which makes Berlin become an important stop in Germany. You may choose to visit some famous scenic spots here, such as Berliner Manuer, the symbol of reunification of Berlin---Brandenburg Gate, the first museum architecture in Berlin---Berlin State Museums, one of the busiest squares---Alexander Platz and the Berlin Zoo, which is the oldest zoo in Germany as well as one of the biggest zoos in the world.

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    Departure from Germany

    Bid farewell to Berlin as you transfer to the airport according to your international flight schedule and take the homebound flight leaving from Germany.