Visit key sites in the Lutheran Reformation as you tour Martin Luther’s Germany. Tour the towering historic Worms Cathedral and observe a fine example of High Romanesque.   Experience Heidelberg’s world-famous castle as well as Germany’s oldest university. Continue on to Eisenach, the home of the reformer Martin Luther, and visit the Lutherhaus, where he once lived. Enjoy a Walking Tour of Erfurt’s Old Town which has been largely preserved displaying a fine example of German town architecture. Arrive in Lutherstadt Wittenberg, the capital of the Reformation which is named after its most famous resident, Martin Luther. Explore the Augustinian Monastery, where Martin Luther lived as a monk and read his first Mass in 1507 having been ordained as a priest. End this unique tour of Germany in Berlin, the national capital and the largest city in Germany.  Observe the many poignant reminders around the city of World War II and the city’s division as you tour the remnants of the Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, the Jüdisches Museum, the Nikolai Quarter, the Bundestag, and the Brandenburg Gate.