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In the heart of Europe

From Berlin to Vienna

11 Days / Berlin Potsdam Dresden Prague Brno Vienna

Explore the most beautiful cities in the heart of Central Europe. Starting in Germany, you visit the versatile metropolis Berlin as well as the historic Potsdam and the "Florence on the river Elbe", Dresden. Your journey continues to the "golden city of Prague" and Brno in the picturesque Czech Republic. Last but not least, you will be enchanted by the Austrian charm and explore the imperial city of Vienna.

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Day
1
Arrival in Berlin

Afternoon

Arrival at your hotel in Berlin.
The remainder of the day is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

Welcome dinner at a traditional restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Berlin.

Day
2
Berlin

Morning

After breakfast enjoy a panoramic city tour including some of the most interesting sights.
Following the tour, you visit the Mauermuseum at the former Checkpoint Charlie.
Lunch on your own at one of the various restaurants and bars in Berlin.

Afternoon

In the afternoon you visit Charlottenburg Palace and gardens.

Evening

Dinner at local restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Berlin.

Attractions of this day

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Berlin Wall Museum at Checkpoint Charlie

The Berlin Wall has been existing for more than 28 years. Situated right next to the wall, the Berlin Wall Museum was opened in 1963. Until today the museum mainly exhibits photographs and fragments related to the separation of Germany.

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Panoramic City Tour

During your panoramic city Tour you will get a very good impression of the most important sights of the German capital. You will see the historical Berlin with Kurfürstendamm, Memorial Church, Europe Centre, Victory Column, Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Boulevard Unter den Linden, the Zeughaus, the Alte Wache (Old Gate House), the Princes & Princesses Palace, the Schlossbrücke (Palace Bridge), the Old Museum, the Nikolai quarter (cradle of Berlin), Friedrichstraße with Gendarmenmarkt and the new Berlin with the governmental quarter, Potsdamer  Platz, TV tower and Alexanderplatz. Get a first overview of the German capital and learn about Berlin’s moving history and culture.

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Charlottenburg Palace

After an extensive panoramic city drive that takes you past Berlin's most important sights such as the Brandenburg Gate, Alexanderplatz with the TV tower, Berlin Cathedral, Museums Island, Friedrichstraße and many more, the tour leads you towards the outskirts of Berlin to the beautiful Charlottenburg Palace. Built by Elector Friederich III in 1699 as a summer palace for his wife Sophie Charlotte, this regal estate, the largest palace in Berlin, is framed by a baroque-style garden. Inside, a collection of 18th century French paintings is the largest of its kind outside France. Enjoy a tour through the baroque rooms, the royal apartments, the Chinese and Japanese porcelain collections and silverware chambers, as well as the New Wing, with its Rococo splendor and fine furniture, added by Friederich the Great.

Day
3
Berlin

Morning

After breakfast you visit the famous Pergamonmuseum at the Museum Island.
The remainder of the day is yours to spend at leisure.

Afternoon

The afternoon is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

Before dinner you visit the TV tower on the Alexandersquare from which you enjoy stunning views over Berlin by night.
Following enjoy dinner at a local restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Berlin.

Attractions of this day

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Pergamonmuseum

The Pergamon Museum was built according to designs of Alfred Messel by Ludwig Hoffmann between 1910 and 1930 as the last of the five museums. Designed as a three-wing-construction and now houses three museums: the Collection of Classical Antiquities with the architectural halls, the sculpture wing, the "Vorderasiatisches" Museum and the Museum of Islamic Art.

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TV Tower at Alexanderplatz

Those who have been to Berlin have undoubtedly seen the TV Tower - no wonder, with its 368 meters the TV Tower is the tallest building in Germany and simultaneously one of the most distinctive landmarks of Berlin. From the top of the TV Tower you can enjoy a breathtaking view over Berlin.

Day
4
Berlin-(Potsdam)-Dresden

Morning

After breakfast, check out and transfer to Potsdam to visit the Sanssouci Palace, the former residence of Prussian monarchs. Afterwards, you will have the opportunity to explore Potsdam city – the capital of Brandenburg; here you will be able to admire the Dutch Quarter, the Russian Colony (Alexandrowka) as well as the City Palace.
Lunch on your own in Potsdam.

Afternoon

Onward journey to Dresden. The remainder of the day is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

Dinner at local restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Dresden.

Attraction of this day

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Sanssouci Palace

Sanssouci Palace, the former residence of Prussian monarchs will impress you with its magnificent interiors, as well as its beautiful park. Very worth seeing is the originally preserved interior decoration from the 18th century.

Day
5
Dresden

Morning

After breakfast walking tour of the beautiful historical city centre of Dresden. This tour will take you past some of the most important attractions of Dresden such as the Semper opera, Zwinger, Dresden Church of Our Lady, the Procession of princes, the Brühlsche Terrace, and many more.
Lunch on your own in Dresden.

Afternoon

The remainder of the afternoon is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

Dinner at local restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Dresden.

Day
6
Dresden-Prague

Morning

After breakfast check-out and transfer to Prague.
Upon arrival in Prague lunch at a traditional restaurant or at your hotel.

Afternoon

In the afternoon enjoy an extensive walking tour through the old town of Prague.

Evening

Dinner at local restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Prague.

Attraction of this day

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Old Town Walking Tour

Follow our guide and let the city, where there is a secret to discover behind every single corner, enchant you. The city walk views the Old Town Square providing a dazzling Panorama. Stop in the middle and turn around in a slow circle: every building is different in each detail - roof, windows, doors and colours. You will admire attractions such as the Old Town Hall and its Astronomical Clock and charming, colourful houses, before continuing towards the Charles Bridge which you will walk across. Enjoy strolling through the charming old town and get lost by its hidden gems and corners!

Day
7
Prague

Morning

After breakfast you enjoy a visit to the Prague Castle district.
Lunch on your own in the old town of Prague.

Afternoon

The remainder of the afternoon is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

Dinner at local restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Prague.

Attraction of this day

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Prague Castle (Hradschin)

Situated on mount Hradschin, Prague Castle has been forming the political and cultural center for over 1000 years, not only of the city but also of the whole country. With its three castle-courtyards, Prague Castle is said to be the largest enclosed castle area. The Prague castle complex counts several sights, such as the famous St. Vitus Cathedral, the National gallery or the golden lane. Definitely, Prague castle is a must for every Prague visitor.

Day
8
Prague-(Brno)-Vienna

Morning

After breakfast transfer to Vienna with stopp in Brno. Upon arrival in Brno enjoy a walking tour through the historic old town. Lunch at local restaurant in Brno.

Afternoon

In the afternoon onward journey to Vienna.

Evening

Dinner at local restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Brno.

Day
9
Vienna

Morning

After breakfast enjoy a panoramic city tour with following visit to the impressive Schönbrunn Palace.
Lunch on your own in the city centre.

Afternoon

The afternoon is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

Before dinner enjoy a Fiacre Carriage ride through the picturesque alleys of the old town of Vienna.
Then dinner at a traditional Viennese Restaurant.
Overnight stay in Vienna.

Attractions of this day

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City Tour including Visit to Schönbrunn Palace

This tour will show you the major historical sights along the Ringstrasse, including the State Opera House, the National Museums, the Imperial Palace, the Parliament, the City Hall, the Burgtheater and the University, before taking you to the magnificent Schönbrunn Palace, summer residence of the Habsburg family. The highlight of the tour will be a guided tour through the majestic stately rooms before returning to the centre of the city.

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Fiacre Carriage Ride

Since the 17th century, the horse-drawn carriages have characterized the cityscape of Vienna and still are of great importance. Get to know Vienna from a different perspective and enjoy a traditional horse-drawn carriage ride through the old town of Vienna. By the way - both the coachman as well as the coach itself are called Fiacre.

Day
10
Vienna

Morning

After breakfast enjoy a visit to the Art History Museum.
Lunch on your own at one of the numerous cafes and restaurants in the old town of Vienna.

Afternoon

In the afternoon you discover Vienna's city centre on the traces of the Viennese Coffeehouse Culture.

Evening

Farewell dinner at a traditional restaurant.
Overnight stay in Vienna.

Attractions of this day

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Art History Museum

With numerous remarkable masterpieces and the biggest Bruegel-collection worldwide, Vienna's Art History Museum is one of the world's most important art collections. With its sister building, the Natural History Museum, it is one of the most significant large buildings of the ring boulevard.

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City Walk - The Viennese Coffeehouse Culture, an intangible cultural heritage of UNESCO

During this city walk, you will learn everything about coffee: How did coffee get to Vienna? How did people drink coffee in earlier times, and how do they drink coffee today? What do most Viennese people like to eat along with a cup of coffee? Which personalities were guests in which traditional Viennese coffee house? Your guide will have an answer to all of these questions. Your tour will be perfected by a classic Viennese coffee break in one of Vienna's traditional coffee houses.

Day
11
Departure from Vienna

Morning

After breakfast you start your homeward journey.
Have a safe trip!

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Berlin Wall Museum at Checkpoint Charlie

The Berlin Wall has been existing for more than 28 years. Situated right next to the wall, the Berlin Wall Museum was opened in 1963. Until today the museum mainly exhibits photographs and fragments related to the separation of Germany.

Panoramic City Tour

During your panoramic city Tour you will get a very good impression of the most important sights of the German capital. You will see the historical Berlin with Kurfürstendamm, Memorial Church, Europe Centre, Victory Column, Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Boulevard Unter den Linden, the Zeughaus, the Alte Wache (Old Gate House), the Princes & Princesses Palace, the Schlossbrücke (Palace Bridge), the Old Museum, the Nikolai quarter (cradle of Berlin), Friedrichstraße with Gendarmenmarkt and the new Berlin with the governmental quarter, Potsdamer  Platz, TV tower and Alexanderplatz. Get a first overview of the German capital and learn about Berlin’s moving history and culture.

Charlottenburg Palace

After an extensive panoramic city drive that takes you past Berlin's most important sights such as the Brandenburg Gate, Alexanderplatz with the TV tower, Berlin Cathedral, Museums Island, Friedrichstraße and many more, the tour leads you towards the outskirts of Berlin to the beautiful Charlottenburg Palace. Built by Elector Friederich III in 1699 as a summer palace for his wife Sophie Charlotte, this regal estate, the largest palace in Berlin, is framed by a baroque-style garden. Inside, a collection of 18th century French paintings is the largest of its kind outside France. Enjoy a tour through the baroque rooms, the royal apartments, the Chinese and Japanese porcelain collections and silverware chambers, as well as the New Wing, with its Rococo splendor and fine furniture, added by Friederich the Great.

Pergamonmuseum

The Pergamon Museum was built according to designs of Alfred Messel by Ludwig Hoffmann between 1910 and 1930 as the last of the five museums. Designed as a three-wing-construction and now houses three museums: the Collection of Classical Antiquities with the architectural halls, the sculpture wing, the "Vorderasiatisches" Museum and the Museum of Islamic Art.

TV Tower at Alexanderplatz

Those who have been to Berlin have undoubtedly seen the TV Tower - no wonder, with its 368 meters the TV Tower is the tallest building in Germany and simultaneously one of the most distinctive landmarks of Berlin. From the top of the TV Tower you can enjoy a breathtaking view over Berlin.

Sanssouci Palace

Sanssouci Palace, the former residence of Prussian monarchs will impress you with its magnificent interiors, as well as its beautiful park. Very worth seeing is the originally preserved interior decoration from the 18th century.

Old Town Walking Tour

Follow our guide and let the city, where there is a secret to discover behind every single corner, enchant you. The city walk views the Old Town Square providing a dazzling Panorama. Stop in the middle and turn around in a slow circle: every building is different in each detail - roof, windows, doors and colours. You will admire attractions such as the Old Town Hall and its Astronomical Clock and charming, colourful houses, before continuing towards the Charles Bridge which you will walk across. Enjoy strolling through the charming old town and get lost by its hidden gems and corners!

Prague Castle (Hradschin)

Situated on mount Hradschin, Prague Castle has been forming the political and cultural center for over 1000 years, not only of the city but also of the whole country. With its three castle-courtyards, Prague Castle is said to be the largest enclosed castle area. The Prague castle complex counts several sights, such as the famous St. Vitus Cathedral, the National gallery or the golden lane. Definitely, Prague castle is a must for every Prague visitor.

City Tour including Visit to Schönbrunn Palace

This tour will show you the major historical sights along the Ringstrasse, including the State Opera House, the National Museums, the Imperial Palace, the Parliament, the City Hall, the Burgtheater and the University, before taking you to the magnificent Schönbrunn Palace, summer residence of the Habsburg family. The highlight of the tour will be a guided tour through the majestic stately rooms before returning to the centre of the city.

Fiacre Carriage Ride

Since the 17th century, the horse-drawn carriages have characterized the cityscape of Vienna and still are of great importance. Get to know Vienna from a different perspective and enjoy a traditional horse-drawn carriage ride through the old town of Vienna. By the way - both the coachman as well as the coach itself are called Fiacre.

Art History Museum

With numerous remarkable masterpieces and the biggest Bruegel-collection worldwide, Vienna's Art History Museum is one of the world's most important art collections. With its sister building, the Natural History Museum, it is one of the most significant large buildings of the ring boulevard.

City Walk - The Viennese Coffeehouse Culture, an intangible cultural heritage of UNESCO

During this city walk, you will learn everything about coffee: How did coffee get to Vienna? How did people drink coffee in earlier times, and how do they drink coffee today? What do most Viennese people like to eat along with a cup of coffee? Which personalities were guests in which traditional Viennese coffee house? Your guide will have an answer to all of these questions. Your tour will be perfected by a classic Viennese coffee break in one of Vienna's traditional coffee houses.

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