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Metropolis and Jungle: Berlin and the Spreeforest

Go green in Berlin

5 Days / Berlin

Explore the German capital and the UNESCO biosphere reserve Spreeforest, the green jungle not far from Berlin. Experience how closely city and nature are linked and discover "crazy birds" in both, the Spreeforest and in Berlin.

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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 that provides you with an introduction to the structure of the German capital. It takes you past attractions such as the Brandenburger Gate, the Victory Column, Reichstag, Alexanderplatz with the TV tower, etc.
Then you discover Berlin on foot and stroll along the Kurfürstendamm passing by the Kaufhaus des Westens to the Potsdamer Platz and the Brandenburger Gate.
Lunch at local restaurant.

Afternoon

In the afternoon you visit Charlottenburg Palace.

Evening

Dinner at a traditional Berlin-type restaurant.
Overnight stay in Berlin.

Attraction of this day

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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: Excursion to the Spreeforest

Morning

After breakfast start your excursion to the Spreeforest.
Lunch at local restaurant in the course of your excursion.

Afternoon

Arrival back in Berlin in the late afternoon. The remainder of the afternoon is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

Dinner at a traditional Berlin-type restaurant.
Overnight stay in Berlin.

Attraction of this day

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Spreewald including Barge Ride

Upon arrival at the Great Spreewaldhafen Lübbenau, the Spreewaldhafen at which Theodor Fontane has already departed to the Spreewald, you will collect yourself at the unique Spreewald Gurkenmeile. On the boat (barge) your captain punts you through the idyllic landscape to the Spreewald village Lehde. After leaving the large harbor, you drive through the populated region of the village Lehde with its agricultural land. Arrived in the romantic Spreewald village, a short stay at one of the traditional inns is planned. Before or after the break you will see the village from the "main street" - which here consists of water. During the break, you have the option of individually exploring the region, taking a break or visiting the large open-air museum. Finally your captain punts you back to Lübbenau.

Day
4
Berlin

Morning

After breakfast enjoy a visit to the famous Pergamonmuseum at the Museumisland.

Afternoon

The afternoon is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

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

Attraction 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.

Day
5
Departure from Berlin

Morning

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

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.

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Spreewald including Barge Ride

Upon arrival at the Great Spreewaldhafen Lübbenau, the Spreewaldhafen at which Theodor Fontane has already departed to the Spreewald, you will collect yourself at the unique Spreewald Gurkenmeile. On the boat (barge) your captain punts you through the idyllic landscape to the Spreewald village Lehde. After leaving the large harbor, you drive through the populated region of the village Lehde with its agricultural land. Arrived in the romantic Spreewald village, a short stay at one of the traditional inns is planned. Before or after the break you will see the village from the "main street" - which here consists of water. During the break, you have the option of individually exploring the region, taking a break or visiting the large open-air museum. Finally your captain punts you back to Lübbenau.

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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