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Your Adventure, Day by Day

Day 1 Depart U.S. for Munich
Day 2 Arrive in Munich
  • Marienplatz See the Neues Rathaus and observe the Glockenspiel on its facade.
  • Frauenkirche View the Frauenkirche, the largest Gothic assembly building in southern Germany.
  • Dinner at a local restaurant
Day 3 Munich Sightseeing: Odeonsplatz, Deutsches Museum and Maximilianstrasse
  • Odeonsplatz View the Odeonsplatz, a square designed in the early 19th century by Klenze and named for the concert hall that formerly stood there.
  • Deutsches Museum Visit one of the most important museums in the world for scientific and technical exhibits.
  • Maximilianstrasse Take a stroll down this famous boulevard where you'll find the city's most elegant and expensive boutiques and restaurants.
  • Dinner at a local restaurant
Day 4 Arrive in Stuttgart
  • Walking Tour Enjoy a walking tour of Stuttgart City Center, and view Schlossplatz, Neues Schloss, Königsbau, the Altes Schloss, Schillerplatz, Stiftskirche and Hegelhaus.
  • Mercedes-Benz Museum Explore the oldest automobile factory in the world and see more than 75 historical vehicles, from the first motor bicycle to vehicles built to achieve speed records.
  • Dinner at the hotel
Day 5 Journey to Cologne
  • Visit Essen Essen is the 9th largest city in Germany and home to 13 of the country's top 100 corporations, making it second only to Munich for number of corporate headquarters.
  • Kölner Dom Visit the most famous Gothic structure in Germany. In addition to its grandiose size; the cathedral also features the Shrine of the Three Kings.
  • Dinner at the hotel
Day 6 Dresden
  • City Center Walking Tour See many of Dresden's important landmarks and monuments, including the Sächsische Staatsoper, the Hofkirche, the Residenzschloss, the Fürstenzug, and the Frauenkirche.
  • Dresden Castle Visit Dresden Castle, one of the oldest buildings in the city and the former residence of the electors and monarchy.
  • Dinner at the hotel
Day 7 Dresden to Berlin
  • Militärhistorisches Museum der Bundeswehr This Dresden museum focuses on a broad spectrum of the German military history including the First and Second World Wars, as well as the Cold War era and its aftermath.
  • Berlin Walking Tour See the Berlin Wall. Walk through the Brandenburg Gate, and see the Television Tower, the Russian Embassy, the Neue Wache war memorial, the Berliner Dom, Checkpoint Charlie and the Bundestag.
  • Bundestag Visit the Bundestag, home to the German parliament, including the stunning Glass Dome with its dramatic views of Berlin.
  • Dinner at local restaurant
Day 8 Berlin Sightseeing: Unter den Linden, Alexanderplatz, Panorama Punkt, Potsdamer Platz
  • Unter den Linden Walk one of Berlin’s most fashionable and important boulevards and view the Deutsche Staatsbibliothek, the Equestrian Statue of Frederick the Great, Humboldt- Universität, and the Deutsche Staatsoper.
  • Alexanderplatz Stroll through this large public square in the central Mitte district of Berlin and view the enormous Fernsehturm (Television Tower), the World Time Clock and the Fountain of International Friendship.
  • Panorama Punkt View East and West Berlin from the 100-meter high panoramic platform where you will see the former course of the Berlin Wall.
  • Potsdamer Platz Explore this modern area of Berlin and the financial center, including magnificent contemporary buildings and the huge shopping center, the Arkaden.
  • Dinner at local restaurant After dinner we will have time to explore the historic Nikolaiviertel (Nikolai Quarter), located on the banks of the Spree River.
Day 9 Depart for U.S.