Germany Trips

From cosmopolitan Berlin to the forests of Bavaria, Germany is as vibrant and modern as it is steeped in history and mythology.

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A constantly charming voyage of discovery

History, music, art, beer; you could take several trips to Germany and still only scratch the surface. Which is why our trips offer must-see landmarks as well as more particular experiences, where you get to meet the locals over food, wine and conversation.

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Berlin has emerged triumphantly from its turbulent history as one of Europe’s most exciting, modern cities. You’ll visit East and West Berlin in the company of Local Specialists who’ll introduce you to a range of sights, from the Brandenburg Gate to the German State Opera House, the Reichstag building and Tiergarten park. And if you fancy shopping and entertainment there’s Kurfürstendamm. For 360° views of the city, we’ll also arrange priority access to the Berlin TV Tower – so you can see everything from over 200 feet high.

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Black Forest

With its evergreen forests, granite mountains and shadowy valleys, the unspoilt beauty of the Black Forest makes it a year-round destination. With us, you’ll be welcomed into the home of Alexander and Vivien Alborna von Laufenberg at their highland farm, which dates from 1562. After exploring their ancient barn, bakery, stable and chapel, and seeing how flour was ground in the old mill, you’ll dine on traditional German dishes. The forest is also famous for cuckoo clock-making so we’ll take you to a demonstration so you can learn how this ancient craft is carried out.

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A hive of history

In addition to the sights of Berlin you’ll also travel to Rothenburg, probably Germany’s best preserved medieval town. There you’ll enjoy the Modlareuth Open Air Museum, where you’ll learn about the differences between East and West Germany, and see parts of the original Berlin wall. There will also be a chance to see King Ludwig’s fairytale castle at Neuschwanstein. 

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Christmas in Germany

If you love the festive build-up to Christmas, you can’t beat Germany as a winter destination. There are more than 60 German Christmas markets to enjoy, but the biggest and most well-known are in Cologne and Berlin, with Dresden’s Striezelmarkt being the oldest.

The sweet aroma of mulled wine and stollen cake fills the air as you amble among stalls selling everything from Christmas decorations to handmade toys. Trees and log cabins throughout the markets are decorated with fairy lights, baubles (and often a light dusting of snow), making the atmosphere undeniably festive.

Join us on a Christmas Markets trip and you’ll enjoy city tours of Berlin, Frankfurt and Nuremberg, as well as visits to the festive markets including Dresden and Weimar. 

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"We enjoyed ourselves immensely and were very impressed with the beautiful scenery"

Barbara , Jul 2014

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