Save up to $100 Per Person! Germany’s Cultural Cities Featuring Oktoberfest

    Germany and The Charms of its Romantic Road | Save up to $100CAD Per Person | Offer Expires September 20, 2021

    Save up to $100CAD Per Person! Germany’s Cultural Cities Featuring Oktoberfest

    All-in Price: $4,799CAD* Per Person

    Savings: $100CAD*

    *pricing is Per Person, double occupancy, land only and based on September 15, 2022 departure. Additional departure date available: September 22, 2022.

    Photo: Enjoying German Beer

    Through Berlin, Hamburg, and Munich, come to know Germany and the charms of its Romantic Road. Tour Berlin and Munich with an expert city guide, then walk the Fairytale Road guided by the Pied Piper. Feel like a local when you take the sleek ICE train from Berlin to Hamburg. Enjoy an overnight stay in the medieval city of Marburg. On Rothenburg’s breathtaking Romantic Road, go on a “Night Watchman” tour. Experience the world’s largest beer festival in Munich during Oktoberfest. Along storybook pathways and across historic city streets, fall under the spell of this magical country.

    Itinerary:

    Photo: Germany’s Cultural Cities Featuring Oktoberfest - Itinerary Map  

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    Would you like to begin your vacation with an additional Hotel in Berlin?

    Accommodations: Hotel Riu Plaza Berlin

    Day 1: Overnight Flight

    This enchanting journey takes you to see the best of Germany as you travel to some of the country's most iconic cities and through its picturesque countryside.

    Day 2: Berlin, Germany - Tour Begins

    Your tour opens in Berlin, Germany’s capital. Maintaining a blend of deep history, modern flare and multi-cultural influences, Berlin has served as a European icon for centuries. Tonight, join your fellow travelers for a welcome dinner featuring authentic cuisine.

    Accommodations: Hotel Riu Plaza Berlin

    Meal: Dinner 

    Day 3: Berlin

    Start your day by getting acquainted with Berlin’s main sights with an expert guide. Reflect at the Holocaust Memorial before continuing on to the lively Potsdam Square. Stroll down Niederkirchner Strasse to see remnants of the First Wall and walk through the “Topography of Terror” exhibition, delving into the rise and fall of the Third Reich. See Checkpoint Charlie, the most famous crossing point between East and West Berlin. Explore the beautiful Gendarmenmarkt square, pass through the colorful Old Town, and head down Avenue Unter den Linden to Brandenburg Gate. This afternoon you may choose to join an optional excursion outside the city to visit Potsdam and the famous Cecilienhof Palace.

    Accommodations: Hotel Riu Plaza Berlin

    Meal: Breakfast

    Photo: Brandenburg Gate, Berlin

    Day 4: Berlin - Hamburg

    Feel like a local when you travel to Hamburg, hopping on the sleek ICE train that connects all the major German cities and reaches speeds of up to 200 miles per hour. Take in “the Venice of the North,” with winding canals and an impressive harbor that made it a center of trade for centuries. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before getting the lay of the land on a brief orientation tour. The evening is yours to explore as you wish. Perhaps you will take an optional evening cruise, admiring the cityscape as you coast along.

    Accommodations: Arcotel Rubin Hamburg

    Meal: Breakfast & Lunch  

    Day 5: Hamburg

    Today, it’s your choice! Feel as if the world has shrunk around you at Miniature Wonderland, home to the largest model railway system in the world with over ten awe-inspiring themed landscapes -OR- visit the International Maritime Museum which houses nine levels of sea-faring adventure including exhibits on Viking dragon boats, deep-sea diving, and a ship simulator. This evening, gather for a walking tour along Reeperbahn, Hamburg’s red light district. The area has been immortalized as the place where the Beatles cultivated their fame in the early 1960s. Join in on the rock-legend fun with a local Beatles expert, who wields a ukulele as you travel down memory lane.

    Accommodations: Arcotel Rubin Hamburg

    Meal: Breakfast

    Day 6: Hamburg – Hamelin - Marburg

    Made famous by the Pied Piper in the stories of the Brothers Grimm, Hamelin is your next stop. Feel like you have stepped into the pages of a storybook when the “Pied Piper of Hamelin” leads you through the city, playing catchy tunes as you discover Hamelin’s charming Tudor-style architecture. Your journey continues to the medieval city of Marburg whose enchanting atmosphere has inspired many of Brothers Grimm fairy tales. This picturesque city is your home for the night.

    Accommodations: Vila Vita Hotel Marburg

    Meals: Breakfast  

    Photo: City of Rothenburg, Germany

    Day 7: Marburg - Würzburg - Rothenburg ob der Tauber

    Journey to the perfectly preserved medieval town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber, located on the Romantic Road and in the heart of the Franconia wine region. En route, make a stop in Würzburg, a Bavarian wine town known for its lavish Baroque and Rococo architecture. Enjoy time to explore the town on your own before continuing to Rothenburg, located high on a plateau overlooking the Tauber River. Arrive at your city-center hotel, the perfect location to discover this captivating town. Take an evening stroll to a local restaurant for a taste of local wines followed by a traditional German dinner. Later, join a colorfully costumed local expert for the famous “Night Watchman” walking tour of the medieval town.

    Accommodations: Hotel Altes Brauhaus

    Meals: Breakfast & Dinner 

    Day 8:Rothenburg ob der Tauber

    Gather at the famous Käthe Wohlfahrt Christmas Museum and be treated to a private tour. See an ornament-making demonstration and shop for handmade Christmas ornaments. The remainder of the day is yours to do as you choose.

    Photo: Kathe Wohlfahrt Christmas Museum, Rothenburg

    Day 9: Rothenburg ob der Tauber - Neuschwanstein Castle - Munich

    Make your way through mountains and along winding country roads as you leave Rothenburg behind for a tour inside the iconic Neuschwanstein Castle. Built by King Ludwig II, it is the most photographed castle in Germany. Continue to Munich, the vibrant capital of Bavaria. Your evening is free to explore the city independently.

    Accommodations: Eurostars Grand Central

    Meal: Breakfast 

    Day 10: Munich - Oktoberfest

    Come to know the energy of this lively and fascinating city during a walking tour that highlights the world-famous Glockenspiel* and Marienplatz – a beautiful square surrounded by shops, restaurants and cafés. It’s time to become a part of Bavarian tradition at an annual beer festival, Oktoberfest. Spend the afternoon with your local guide in one of Oktoberfest tents and enjoy this day together with many beer lovers from all over the world.

    Accommodations: Eurostars Grand Central

    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch

    Day 11: Munich - Tour Ends

    Your tour comes to a close today.

    Meal: Breakfast

    Post-Night

    Accommodations: Eurostars Grand Central

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    Offer expires September 20, 2021. Don't delay and book Germany today! 

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    Offer valid on new bookings only made between 08/20/21 - 09/20/21. Offer valid on new bookings only and can expire earlier due to space or inventory availability. Savings amount will vary by tour and departure date, and is only available on select departures. Space is on a first come, first served basis. Offers are not valid on group, existing bookings or combinable with any other offer. Other restrictions may apply. Promotional pricing may remain in effect after the expiration date.

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