|Berlin by Night with dinner
Famous both in the early 20th Century world of "Cabaret," and now once again in the 21st for its vibrant night life, enjoy a fun filled “Berlin Style” dinner party with traditional dishes, drinks and live music. As dusk falls, admire some of the highlights of Germany’s largest city on an evening drive before returning to the hotel.
|Berlin Hop On/Hop Off Tour - City Circle
See Berlin in a completely new and relaxing way with the Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour. This tour allows you to set your own pace, getting on and off at any of the 14 stops as often as you wish. Shop, see the sights, and have fun creating your very own tour with this one day bus ticket. Bus ticket is valid for 48 hours. Bus tour runs on a continuous loop arriving at each stop in 15 or 30 minutes intervals. Tour departs from the ticket booth on Rankestrasse, opposite Kaiser Wilhelm Gedachtnis Church, or from Alexanderplatz, opposite Hotel Park Inn. Bus schedules are provided locally. Drop-off at city center
|Berlins Hidden Past
Embark on a fascinating tour into Berlin’s turbulent past. Your knowledgeable guide makes Berlin’s history come alive as you delve beneath the surface to see what remains of the city of the latter part of the 20th century. Begin the tour at the East Side Gallery a preserved colorful section of the wall, now one of the longest open air art galleries in the world and continue to the Berlin Wall Memorial. Finally visit the Topography of Terror, an indoor exhibition located on the former site of the Gestapo Headquarters.Approximate tour duration is 4 hours.
|Half Day Berlin City Tour
During your morning sightseeing tour of Berlin, marvel at the landmarks of the old East and West sections of Berlin, including the Brandenburg Gate, a symbol of the reunification. View the glass-domed Reichstag Building and "Checkpoint Charlie," the last remaining mark of the formerly divided city. Drive along Unter den Linden Boulevard and catch a glimpse of the State Opera House and the imposing Cathedral. Complete the tour with a drive West to the Kurfustendamm, the nightlife district and view the Memorial Church
Today enjoy a relaxing and harmonious journey through cultural, art- and architectural time during our sightseeing tour through Potsdam and see among other sights the historic sections of the city, the Russian Colony “Alexandrowka” and the Dutch Quarter (Holländisches Viertel). Enjoy a walk through marvellous gardens of Sanssouci and see the famous sights like Sanssouci Palace, New Palace, Palace New Chambers, Historic Windmill, Charlottenhof Palace, the Roman Baths, the Orangery Palace and more.
Explore Potsdam, the "City of Palaces." Visit Cecilienhof Palace, where Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin met in 1945 for the Potsdam Conference and where they created post World War II Europe. Another stop is made at Sanssouci Palace, the former summer residence of the Prussian kings and German emperors. During a walking tour of the castle grounds, pass the old wind mill, explore the gardens and see the burial place of Frederick the Great
|Bernkastel City Walk
Strategically located in the middle of the Mosel wine-producing region, Bernkastel boasts over 500 years of documented wine history. Even with its twin city of Kues across the river, Bernkastel-Kues has a population of fewer than 10,000 inhabitants. View the 13th century town gate and the half-timbered houses in this charming town.
|Cochem City Tour & Wine Tasting
Enjoy a tour of Cochem, a small town with an idyllic setting amid vine-clad hills, best known for its cozy wine taverns and colorful riverside promenades. The town has three fortified gates, quaint narrow alleys and beautiful half timbered houses. Your tour will include a guided visit of the Reichsburg Castle which was restored in the 19th century. End you tour with an opportunity for wine tasting.
|Excursion to Dusseldorf & Cologne
Depart for the cosmopolitan city of Dusseldorf, one of Germanys most populous cities. Numerous corporations call this city home, however the heart of its people can be found in the Old Town where residents gather at clusters of restaurants, bars and galleries. Continue on to Cologne, one of Germanys oldest cities known for its vibrant art scene. Walk through the narrow cobbled streets viewing such sights as the Romanesque Church of St. Martin and the impressive Cologne Cathedral.
|Heidelberg City Tour
Heidelberg is one of Germany’s most scenic cities. For hundreds of years the city\s medieval splendor has inspired some of the world\s greatest artists and authors. This tour takes you through the city, with views of the historic Old Town, the expansive ruins of Heidelberg Castle, and the Neckar River. Fortunately, the city was spared from destruction during the WWII, leaving buildings dating to the Middle Ages completely intact. Today, the city is a bustling, vibrant center for education and the arts, seamlessly blending the modern and the traditional
|Koblenz City Walk
Enjoy a guided walk through Koblenz that will begin in the old quarter, a section of the city that was severely damaged during World War II and later rebuilt. Sights include Church of Our Lady, the equestrian stature of Emperor Wilhelm I at Duchess Eck, and spectacular views of the Rhine & Moselle Rivers.
|Marksburg Castle Tour
Join a guided tour of the dramatic Marksburg Castle, the only hill castle on the Rhine that has never been destroyed. The castle has been continuously occupied for over 700 years and houses a host of artifacts that bring the Middle Ages to life
|Rhineland Wine Village Dinner
Your day begins with a drive into the Rhine Valley where you will embark on a river cruise through the Rhine Gorge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The cruise offers spectacular vistas of hilltop castles, terraced vineyards, and villages of timber-framed houses. Pass the mighty Lorelei rock that rises vertically from the waters named for the siren that bewitched passing sailors. Then enjoy a wine tasting followed by free time in the charming village of Bacharach to wander around, shop and have lunch on your own. Later, drive to Ehrenbreitstein Fortress perched on a rocky outcrop over the town of Koblenz. Take in marvelous views over the Rhine and Moselle Rivers before descending via Cable Car to Deutsches Eck to view the monument to Kaiser Wilhelm. Tonight, join the optional dinner in a typical wine tavern serving traditional fare
|Half Day Historic Cities of Luxembourg
Embark on a morning tour that takes you to the spa town of Mondorf-les-Bains, with its extraordinary and largely obscure history. Continue to Schengen, a wine-making village, best-known for its founding status of the Schengen Agreement, giving freedom of movement to millions of people in 26 European countries. Then, visit Remich and Grevenmacher, two quaint towns in the Moselle region surrounded by vineyards. Learn about the Nazi occupation of the area and the suffering afflicted to its Jewish residents, Approximate tour duration is 6 hours
|Mainz City Tour
Enjoy a guided tour of Mainz. The city center is dominated by the six towers of St. Martin Cathedral, a splendid example of Romanesque architecture. Take note of the impressive bronze double doors and the artistic treasures hidden inside this beautiful building. Next tour the Gutenberg Museum dedicated to the inventor of the printing press, and then continue through the historical old town with its beautiful half-timbered facades and Baroque architecture.
|Heidelberg City Tour
Come to the scenic city of Heidelberg, Germany. For hundreds of years the citys medieval splendor has inspired some of the worlds greatest artists and authors. This tour takes you through the city, with views of the historic Old Town, the expansive ruins of Heidelberg Castle, and the Neckar River. As a stroke of good fortune, the city was spared from destruction during the Second World War, leaving buildings dating to the Middle Ages completely intact, and making it the only city of its size to emerge from the conflict unscathed. With an intellectual heritage dating back to the 1300s, the city remains a bustling, vibrant center for education and the arts, seamlessly blending the modern and the traditional.
|Mannheim City Walk
Enjoy a walk through Mannheim, located at the meeting point of the Rhine and Neckar Rivers. During the 18th century, the city was home to one of the best orchestras in Europe and was widely known as a gathering place for classical composers. Today, visitors can step back in time as they stroll the streets lined with Baroque architecture or view the massive Electoral Palace and Chapel. The city also boasts one of the loveliest parks in Europe, the Luisenpark. The park contains numerous rose arboretums, the picturesque Chinese Tea House and the 675-foot tall Telecommunications Tower.
|Bavarian Evening with dinner
This evening, get acquainted with traditional Bavarian culture in the heart of Munich. Begin the evening with a stroll to the Hofbrauhaus, one of Munichs oldest and most famous beer halls. This institution was built in the 16th century, and continues to brew its beer according to the strict Bavarian Beer Purity Laws. Continue to a local restaurant to enjoy some hearty Bavarian fare and cheerful "gemutlichkeit" Approximate tour duration is 3 hours.
|Berchtesgaden & Eagles Nest Tour
Excursion into the surrounding countryside of Salzburg to the ruins of Obersalzburg, once an important mountain retreat for senior Nazi SS officers and top party members. Transfer to special motor coaches adapted for the scenic mountain climb to Hitler’s notorious "Eagles Nest." Ascending with the original elevator to the Kehlsteinhaus, you’ll see dramatic views of the snowcapped peaks
|Dachau Memorial Tour
Dachau Concentration Camp was the first of the internment camps opened after Hitler’s rise to power in 1933. The camp became a symbol and model of the horrors of the Nazi period, until its liberation by American soldiers in 1945. It serves now as a memorial to the victims of this tragic period in history. The tour will give you the opportunity to reflect on the events that happened here and the more than 40,000 victims who lost their lives under the tyrannical Nazi regime. Approximate tour duration is 4 hours.
|Half Day Munich City Tour
The afternoon city tour of Munich begins at Marienplatz Square, cultural center of the city to marvel at the famous glockenspiel clock dating back to 1908 with its colorful mechanical figures dancing the top of the hour. Continue to the Olympic Stadium situated in the heart of Olympia Park, the main venue for the 1972 Summer Olympics. View the stunning Nymphenburg Palace with its gorgeous baroque facade, once summer residence of Bavarian rulers. The tour ends with a drive through the city to view countless museums, galleries, palaces and historic monuments including the Koenigsplatz the university and the monument lined Ludwig Strasse
|Half Day Tour of Salzburg
Enjoy a half-day excursion to beautiful Salzburg, birthplace of Mozart and setting for the Sound of Music. The walking tour will include some of Salzburg’s most historic sites including Mirabella Palace, the house where Mozart lived, Nonnberg Abbey, Salzburg Cathedral, St. Peters Cemetery. Lunch is included at a local restaurant, and then there will be time to explore the streets of Salzburg on your own before returning to your hotel.
|Linderhof & Oberammergau Tour
Two of the highlights of southern Bavaria are visited during this excursion to the high Alps. First, admire the artistically decorated castle Linderhof built by "Mad" King Ludwig II and have a guided tour of the palace. Then proceed via the Ettal Monastery to Oberammergau, world-famous for its Passion Play, the woodcarvers and the richly painted houses (Lüftl-paintings). Time for sightseeing and shopping before returning to Munich.
|Weltenburg Monastery Tour
Visit the Weltenburg Abbey, the oldest monastery in Bavaria spectacularly located at the narrowest navigable point on the Bavarian Danube, the Danube Gorge. Founded around 620 AD, the Abbey has grown to include not only the spectacular Asam Baroque church but also the oldest monastery brewery in the world with almost 1000 years of brewing tradition. You will be able to taste some of these delicious beers that have made this brewery famous.
|Rudesheim City Walk
Your city walk will take you past the quaint wine taverns that line the citys streets, and continue onto Siegfrieds Musical Museum, where you may view various mechanical instruments including barrel organs and music boxes.
|Speyer City Walk
Enjoy a walking tour of Speyer, one of the oldest cities in Germany founded by the Romans. View the Imperial Cathedral of Speyer, a UNESCO World Heritage sight and one of the largest in Germany. The Cathedral is the burial sight of 8 German emperors and kings, and undoubtedly the citys most prized landmark.
|Miltenberg & Wertheim City Walk
Your tour includes two charming towns located on the banks of the Main River. First visit Wertheim, most well known for its beautiful medieval buildings and artisan glass industry. Continue into Miltenberg, located in Bavaria, in a mountainous area on the banks of the Main River. Charming outdoor cafés and a 400-year-old fountain are among the city’s most memorable sights.
|Rothenburg City Tour
Rothenburg is best known for its well-preserved medieval old town. In the Middle Ages, it was an Imperial Free City and has managed to maintain its medieval appearances into the 21st century. Your tour includes St. Jacobs Church, whose interior contains magnificent limewood altars by Tilman Riemenschneider, and the 13th century Town Hall.
|Wurzburg City Tour
Enjoy a guided tour of Wurzburg, "The Pearl of the Romantic Road." Visit one of Wurzburgs most famous historic sites, the 18th century Residenz Palace, designed by Johann Balthasar Neumann and continue onto view such sights as the Cathedral of St. Kilian, the 15th-century stone bridge and the central marketplace.
|Zell City Walk
Enjoy a walking tour of Zell, known for its white Riesling wines. Enjoy the beauty of this small town and have the opportunity to view the vineyards that produce the famous Riesling grapes.