They are among Germany’s most important destinations for history, culture, business and academia. The Historic Highlights of Germany offer a memorable mix of the traditional and the modern. Where history is brought to life and is still being written. All 14 towns and cities have been pillars of secular and religious power, of manufacturing, trade and the arts for many centuries. From the Hanseatic port of Rostock – the gateway to the Baltic – and the Prussian palaces and gardens in Potsdam to Würzburg with its baroque residence. The rich history of these university towns is reflected in its architecture and attractions that can still be admired to this day.
The Historic Highlights of Germany are destinations of choice whether you’re attending a conference or travelling on holiday. Discover the best of Germany in 14 towns and cities.
1.Days : Homeland - Hamburg
3.Days : Hamburg - Rostock
4.Days : Rostock - Berlin
After breakfast drive to Berlin, after arrival Berlin City Tour Highlights, The capital of Germany, Berlin is the artistic center of the country with a large number of museums, art galleries and theater shows.
5.Days : Berlin - Potsdam
After breakfast you travel to Potsdam. The city is set on a natural island, surrounded by tributaries and channels of the Havel River. Visit the Sanssouci palace and park. With more than 300 hectares, this lovely park features hundreds of species of plants and trees. Potsdam is a city of UNESCO World Heritage, a city of parks and palaces on the idyllic lakes of the Havel, a grand and historical city of culture, a center of film, education and science, characterized by a 1000-year-old history as a royal capital and State capital near Berlin. You can discover countless monuments in and around the historical city center. Only Sanssouci Palace and Park are part of the UNESCO World Heritage in the minds of many citizens and visitors to the city. But far from it: The Russian Colony Alexandrovka, Pfingstberg, Swan Alley, Crown Estate Bornstedt with its church and churchyard, Klein Glienicke, the Kaiserbahnhof Station and the cultural landscape with its focus on landscape development are also a part. These UNESCO areas have been venues for the annual UNESCO-Day in Potsdam since 2006.International influences from France, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Russia and many other countries stimulated development and left their mark on architecture, the trades and way of life. Today you can see this in particular in the Dutch Quarter, in Weaver's Square in Babelsberg or in the Russian Colony Alexandrovka. After fullday tour drive to Berlin
6.Days : Berlin
In the morning visit some of the many attractions of Berlin, including the Brandenburg Gate, the Island of Museums (a UNESCO Site) and the German Parliament building. In the afternoon enjoy a pleasant river cruise on the Spree (approx. 1 hour) and some free time to explore the city’s fabulous shopping destinations.
7.Days : Berlin - Frankfurt
8.Days : Frankfurt - Würzburg
8.Days : Würzburg - Munich
10.Days : Munich
11.Days : Munich-Homeland