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Day 1: Departure Flight

Depart on your overnight flight to Berlin

Day 2: Arrive Berlin [D]

Welcome to Berlin! Upon arrival at Berlin airport, meet your tour manager and coach for transfer to your hotel to check-in.  

En route to your hotel, enjoy an orientation tour of the city, passing by many of the most important monuments, such as the TV Tower, Brandenburg Gate, and Reichstag.

After check-in, enjoy some free time to relax or to explore the city at your leisure.

In the evening enjoy a welcome dinner at a local restaurant.

Overnight in Berlin.

Day 3: Berlin [B/L/D]

Breakfast will be served at your hotel.

Afterwards, board your coach and come on a half-day guided sightseeing tour. This will include all of Berlin’s main sights. Along the way you’ll visit the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin Cathedral, Palace Square, and much more. Your local guide will tell you all about the different historic themes from Prussia and Imperial Berlin to the Cold War and into the 21st-Century.

You’ll stop for lunch at a local restaurant.

In the afternoon, you’ll visit Reichstag and tour the remains of the Berlin Wall.

Dinner will be served at your hotel or a local restaurant.

Overnight in Berlin.

Day 4: Berlin [B/L/D]

Breakfast will be served at your hotel.

Afterwards you’ll travel by coach to Potsdam, about thirty minutes away. Potsdam, the old Brandenburg state capital, is situated on the River Havel on the southwestern outskirts of Berlin. It is known for its many architectural treasures, including the palaces of the Prussian Rulers, Dutch Quarter and Russian Colony Alexandrowka. Most famous and spectacular of the palaces is Sanssouci of Frederick II. Enjoy a guided tour through the beautiful interior. In the summer months you will have the chance for a short walk through the Sanssouci Park as well.

Lunch will be included on the way.

Afterwards, you’ll have the chance to see the city on a guided tour… by bicycle. Explore Potsdam’s large, English-style parks and quaint streets, perfect for a bike tour. You will take in many of the palaces and villas built by famous architects.

Afterwards you’ll return to Berlin by coach.

Dinner at a local restaurant will be included.

Overnight in Berlin

Day 5: Berlin / Leipzig [B/L/D]

Breakfast will be served at your hotel.  

Afterwards, travel by coach to Leipzig. The drive is about 1.5 hours.

On arrival you’ll meet a local guide, and enjoy a morning’s guided sightseeing tour of Leipzig. Along your tour you can travel to the top of the Battle of the Nations Memorial, a landmark of the city 96 meters high. From the top you’ll have a wonderful panoramic view over the city. Other sights include historic St Nicolai Church. You’ll have some free time to walk around and explore, or just relax in one of the city’s beautiful parks.

Then you’ll transfer to the nearby factory of Germany’s most famous sports car company, Porsche. Lunch will be served there. Afterwards, you’ll enjoy a guided tour of the factory and see up close how these iconic German cars are designed and manufactured.

Dinner at a local restaurant in Leipzig will be included in the evening.

Overnight in Leipzig.

Day 6: Leipzig / Dresden [B/L/D]

Breakfast will be served at your hotel.

You’ll have the morning free to explore Leipzig at your leisure. Your tour manager and transportation will be available sightseeing or educational excursions.

You’ll have lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon you’ll board the coach and travel in comfort to Dresden – city of splendor, tragedy and resurrection.

On arrival, dinner at a local restaurant will be included in the evening.

Overnight in Dresden.

Day 7: Dresden [B/L/D]

Breakfast will be served at your hotel.  

After breakfast, join a half-day sightseeing tour of this spectacular town. Dresden, once known as the “Jewelry Box” for its gorgeous architecture, was famously destroyed during World War II and then rebuilt after the war in all its glory. Sights will include Altstadt, or Old Town, where you will see the Rococo Zwinger Palace, Semper Opera House on Theater Square (for which there is an additional entrance fee), Procession of Princes, Frauenkirche, and the famous,  Bruhl Terrace.

Then you will move on to the Neustadt, or New Town, where sights include the New Synagogue, Medical Hygiene Museum, Volkswagen’s groundbreaking Transparent Factory, and Grand Garden. See the most beautiful baroque street in the city. Enjoy cheese, ice-cream or other delicacies in Pfund Molkerei, a shop so amazing it is actually featured in the Guinness Book World of Records as the most beautiful dairy shop in the world.

You’ll have lunch at a local restaurant.

Afterwards, you’ll board a boat for a cruise on the River Elbe.

Dinner will be included in the evening.

Overnight in Dresden.

Day 8: Dresden/ Prague [B/L/D]

Breakfast will be served at your hotel.  

Afterwards, you’ll travel by coach to Prague. The ride is about 2 to 2.5 hours.

Lunch will be included at a local restaurant in Prague when you arrive.

In the afternoon there will be a half-day tour of Prague. You’ll visit Hrad, or castle, overlooking the city and take a guided walking tour of the castle’s interiors, learning about its rich history. Then you’ll visit St. Vitus Cathedral and Golden Lane. Afterwards, you’ll stroll through the neighborhood of Mara Strana, or Lesser Town, before crossing the famous Charles Bridge to Stare Mesto, the historic and spectacular Old Town. Sights include Old Town Square, Church of Our Lady of Tyn, and the Town Hall with its world famous Astronomical Clock.

Dinner at a local restaurant will be included in the evening.

Overnight in Prague.

Day 9: Prague [B/L/D]

Breakfast will be served at your hotel.  

After breakfast, there will be an excursion to the picturesque medieval town of Kutna Hora, a UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage site. During the Middle Ages this was the second most important town of the Kingdom of Bohemia because of its rich silver mines. The wealth and importance can be seen in its impressive Gothic architecture.  St. Barbara’s Cathedral, built between 1388 and 1565, is one of the most beautiful structures of Czech Gothic style.

Lunch will be included in Kutna Hora at a local restaurant.

You will return to Prague by coach, arriving in the middle of the afternoon. You’ll have some free time to explore the city at your leisure.

Dinner at a local restaurant will be included in the evening.

Overnight in Prague.

Day 10: Prague [B,L,D]

Breakfast will be served at your hotel.

After breakfast there will be an excursion by coach to Karlstein Castle, about 40 km south-west of Prague. Karlstein was built between 1348 and 1355 by King Charles IV, and it was the place where the crown jewels and state documents were guarded. In the 16th century it was remodeled in Renaissance style, and in the Victorian era redesigned in pseudo-Gothic style. The Holy Rood chapel houses a unique collection of 132 Gothic tabular paintings by Master Theodorik and dating from 1360.

Lunch will be included during the day.

In the afternoon there will be the option of an interactive and fun cooking class and introduction to Czech cuisine. A Czech chef at a Prague restaurant will introduce you to traditional dishes and recipes, and then help you prepare your own three course Czech dinner.

Overnight in Prague.

Day 11: Departure [B]

Breakfast will be served at your hotel.

Afterwards, you’ll be met by your coach to travel in comfort to the airport for your departure flight home.

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