GERMANY is one of the major political and economic powers of the European continent and a historic leader in many theoretical and technical fields. Few countries have had as much impact on the world as Germany has. From automotive, printing and medicine to pharmaceutical, western classical music, fairy tales, Oktoberfest and more, Germany has and is touching billions of people in some form or the other.

With nine European borders and a location smack in the heart of the continent, Germany could stake a convincing claim to being the most ‘European’ of all countries. But beyond the history for which Germany is more famous, it also captures your heart and soul with bewitching scenery, pulsating cities and a progressive culture. It’s also the birthplace of Martin Luther, Albert Einstein, Karl Marx, Goethe, Beethoven, the Grimm brothers, the one and only Hitler and other players on the world stage. As you travel around, you’ll have plenty of brushes with such genius but perhaps, Germany’s scenery lifts the spirit even more.

From the jagged peaks of the big-shouldered Bavarian Alps and the flowering mountain pastures where cows graze lazily to Castles centuries old and the mighty rivers that flow through romantic valleys, past steep vineyards and fairy-tale forests, Germany seduces you like no other country can. Call it Rhineland or Deutschland, to all those who love to travel and explore beautiful sights, Germany is a mighty land.


DAY 01

Arrive in Frankfurt and get transferred to your hotel for your stay overnight.

DAY 02

Post a sumptuous breakfast, check out and drive to Ruedesheim located on the banks of the River Rhine where you board the Rhine steamer for a scenic cruise. The tour will take you to Heidelberg. Stay overnight in Heidelberg.

DAY 03

In the morning head south for the Black Forest where you will stop at one of the factories that make the famous cuckoo clocks, then head towards the largest lake in Germany – Lake Constance. Stay overnight in the Lake Constance area.

DAY 04

Post breakfast, you’ll take the German Alpine Road and visit the Wies Church, a beautiful rococo Church. After which you’ll go on to Hohenschwangau where you’ll visit Neuschwanstein Castle. You’ll then cross the Austrian border and drive to Innsbruck. Stay overnight in Innsbruck, Austria.

DAY 05

After a sumptuous breakfast, you’ll checkout and depart from Salzburg on a coach to Salzburg, Austria. Enroute visit Swarovski Crystal Museum near Innsbruck and move on to Kehlsteinhaus – the Eagle’s Nest. Experience the magnificent view over the Alps and Lake Konigssee. Arrive and stay overnight in Salzburg.

DAY 06

The morning starts with a walking tour of Salzburg, the City of Mozart, the western classical music maestro. Visit Getreidegasse, the Cathedral, the Festival House and the birthplace of Mozart. You’ll then head north to Munich, the Capital of Bavaria, where you will visit the Nymphenburg Castle, Maximilianstrasse, the Opera House, the Olympic grounds and the Marienplatz with the City Hall. Stay overnight in Munich.

DAY 07

Leave Munich after breakfast and head north to Nuremburg for a city tour. You’ll then take the Castle Road to Rothenburg. Stay overnight in Rothenburg.

DAY 08

Tour around Rothenburg, the mediavel jewel of Germany and visit the Jacob Church, City Hall and much more. You can use the morning and visit Kaethe Wohlfart’s World of Christmas. We then head to the beautiful Cathedral of Wuerzburg. In the afternoon we head back to Frankfurt. From where you’ll board your flight back home.