Berlin / Hamburg / Cologne / Frankfurt / Wurzburg / Nuremberg / Rothenburg / Stuttgart / Munich / Garmisch / Hallstatt
柏林 / 汉堡 / 科隆 / 法兰克福 / 维尔茨堡 / 纽伦堡 / 罗腾堡 / 斯图加特 /慕尼黑 /
加米施-帕滕基兴 / 哈尔斯塔特
Germany top 5 biggest city
Southern Germany most popular holiday route ~The Romantic road
Visit Sanssouci Palace’s park and castle in Potsdam
Include entrance of Schloss Charlottenburg, Dome of the Fernsehturm & Charlie Musuem in Berlin
Enjoy the boat trip to visit Hamburg historical Warehouse district
Visit Old Castle ~ Ludwigsburg Palace & Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart
Visit Neuschwanstein Castle by the horse carriage
Excursion to Top of Germany - Zugspitze Mountain
Take the electric-powered passenger ships at Germany cleanest lake –Konigssee
Take the Funicular ride to have a magnificent view of Hallstatt
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Assemble at KLIA for your flight to Berlin - Capital of Germany.
Potsdam: Is a historical town located on the border of Berlin, is the capital and largest city of the German federal state of Brandenburg.
Sanssouci Palace (entrance): In 1990 listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site famed for its extensive gardens and notable temples and follies. Visit both the park and castle, both terraced by vineyards and flower beds all around.
Berlin: The capital and largest city of Germany by both area and population.
City orientation tour: Included tour of Reichstag Building, The Brandenburg Gate, Unter den Linden Boulevard - entertainment and fashionable district, the German State Opera House and The Potsdamer Platz - a marking point for the old road between Berlin Wall and Potsdam Gate.
Schloss Charlottenburg (entrance): One of the great baroque summer palaces of Germany, visit the Old Palace to see the baroque style royal apartments, the largest collection of 18th century French paintings outside of France, and Chinese and Japanese porcelain and silverware collections.
Dome of the Fernsehturm (entrance): Elevate to the TV Tower, it is the tallest structure in Germany with its height of 368 meters.
Checkpoint Charlie Musuem (entrance): During the Cold War, the Checkpoint Charlie is one of three crossing points between East and West Germany.
Hamburg: The second largest city in Germany.
City walking tour: Includes fish market, the lavish baroque Church of St. Michael affectionately known as the "MICHEL" and famous landmark sits in splendour overlooking the River Elba.
Boat trip: Visit the Hamburg historical Warehouse district, an enchanting labyrinth of bright red brick buildings.
Reeperbahn: Germany’s red light district and often described as 'the most sinful mile'.
Bremen: The city boasts a rich 1,200-year history that eventually culminated in Bremen's evolution into an independent republic.
City walking tour: Many sights can be found in the Altstadt (Old Town), view The Marktplatz (Market square) is dominated by the opulent façade of the Town Hall and the adjacent statue of Roland (1404), The impressive Cathedral St. Petri and The Liebfrauen- kirche (Our Lady's Church).
Cologne: Stop over to view the 13th Century Gothic Cathedral.
Frankfurt: An international financial center and trade fair city in Germany.
City orientation tour: View St.Bartholomew's Imperial Cathedral - the coronation site for German emperors. A slow drive through St.Paul's Church, Old Opera House and the main square of Frankfurt - Römerberg.
Wurzburg: A baroque town with a cheerful ambience. Dominated by the former residence of prince bishops, listed as UNESCO heritage.
City walking tour: Marienberg Citadel, from the old bridge "Alte Mainbrucke" to view "The Castle above all Castle", the medieval fortress Marienburg, the historical town hall building and the Romanesque cathedral "St. Killian"
Nuremberg: "Unofficial capital" of the Holy Roman Empire. It is famous for its trial held there after World War II.
Nuremberg city orientation tour: Includes The Imperial Castle, symbol of Nuremberg and Imperial Castle Museum.
Rothenburg: A prime vacation destination on Germany's Romantic Road. This perfectly preserved medieval town looks like a film set, and indeed the town’s tumble of half-timbered houses and stone watchtowers have been featured in numerous movies. View The Gothic church of St Jacob, which contains a magnificent carved altarpiece, once made the town a center of pilgrimage, and remains a magnet for visitors to this day.
Stuttgart: Located at the Southern of Germany.
Stuttgart city orientation tour: Includes the Old Castle, built in the 16th century, Ludwigsburg Palace, one of the largest Baroque palaces in Germany with equally expansive gardens and Stiftskirche, or Collegiate Church, which dates back to the 12th century.
Mercedes-Benz Museum: Experience 160 automative exhibits and numerous samples and get an overview of the automobil history from the dawn of automotive history in 1886 through to the present day. The museum also houses epochbridg- ing exhibits set out in five thematic collection room. Become immersed in the fascinating world of this impressive construction. See how a computer-generated architecture creates a space which bonds the opposites on display into an indissoluble unity.
Munich: The capital city of Bavaria which is also the second largest city in Germany.
Fussen: Is a Bavarian town in Germany, just north of the Austrian border.
Neuschwanstein Castle: Visit the King Ludwig's fairytale Castle, which is perched on its craggy outcrop high above a sparkling lake. This castle served as the model for Walt Disney's Cinderella's Castle.
Experience the horse carriage (one way): Enjoy breathtaking scenery. (Subject to weather condition)
Garmisch-Partenkirchen: A ski town, known as the site of the 1936 Winter Olympic Games.
Zugspitze Mountain: Board the cable car up the 2962 meters to Germany’s tallest peak. The Zugspitze marks the international border between Germany and Austria. From the top you’ll have breathtaking views of the Alps.
Konigssee: Germany's deepest and cleanest lake. Take the electric-powered passenger ships to enjoy its picturesque scenery.
Hallstatt: Austria’s oldest Alpine village as the arresting scenery of this tiny village tucked between mountains and waters comes to view. In 1997 listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Funicular ride: To Hallstatt skywalk lookout, from here a great view down onto Hallstatt village and visit Europe’s oldest salt mines. (note: Salt mines closed during winter)
Ingolstadt Village: Enjoy shopping at the famous designer outlet.
Munich city orientation tour: View the Olympic Stadium, the TV Tower, BMW Museum, Victory Arch, Frauenkirche Cathedral, Marienplatz, Old Town Hall.
Free at leisure until transfer to airport for your flight back home.
Arrive home, bringing with you beautiful souvenirs and sweet memories of your Germany tour with us!