From Munich, the capital of Bavaria, and Dachau, the notorious concentration camp from Nazi regime,to famous Neuswanstein Castle. From world's known German Romantic Road, with great castles, small towns and its half timbered houses, to Heidelberg the "university capital of Germany. Then a speedy train to Amsterdam to explore this great water town and its attractions.
Day-1. DEPARTURE CITY - MUNICH: Overnight flight to Europe.
Day-2. MUNICH: Arrival before noon. Transfer to the city, and your centrally located hotel next to pedestrian zone. After check in and refreshment break, join your tour director on walking tour inside the pedestrian zone and up to Frauenkirche, the main symbol of the town.
Day-3. MUNICH: Start with guided city tour of Bavarian capital. See / Visit: Old Peter Church, Stacchaus, (Karlsplatz), Ludwig Strasse, Arch of Victory, Schwabing, Odeons Platz, Koenigsplatz, Maximilian Strasse. Later visit Viktuel Market the best place to explore Bavarian food. Free afternoon or take the option tour to Nympenburg Palace.
Day-4. DACHAU-FUESSEN-MUNICH: Travel to Dachau known as the infamous concentration camp during WWII where over 65,000 prisoners, the opponents of Nazi regime died. Then continue to Fuessen. Upon arrival, climb the hill to visit majestic Neuswanstein Castle, the symbol of all castles, where Ludwig II spent his youth and where he created a monument in stone to his dreams of the noble Middle Ages. On your way to Munich visit the beautiful Cathedral of Wiess, considered the most beautiful baroque church in Germany.
Day-5. ROTHENBURG-HEIDELBERG: Board the Motor coach for ride along the Romantic Road, the most famous route for foreign visitors to Germany. Stop in medieval towns of Donauwirth and Dinkensbihl, before we arrive Rothenburg a historical "Imperial Town" considered as the most beautiful medieval town in Germany with characteristic half timbered houses surrounded by the walls and watch towers. End the day in Heidelberg, and your centrally located hotel.
Day-6. HEIDELBERG: Guided tour of the oldest university city in Germany and the former residence of the Palatine Counts. Visit the famous Heidelberg Castle, commissioned by Count Ruprecht in the 14th century. See: the Ruprechtsbau Building, the Glass Hall, the Ottheinrichsbau Building and the English Hall. Some free time in the afternoon before dinner in original Franconian eatery.
Day-7. HEIDELBERG-AMSTERDAM: Board the speedy train to Amsterdam. Upon arrival transfer to your hotel on the Amsterdam Canal for check in and refreshment break. Later join your tour director on walking tour along Amstel Canal and up to Dom, the central square of the city.
Day-8. AMSTERDAM: Board the boat for canal tour of Amsterdam. See and visit: Jordaan, Albert Cuyp Market, Hortus Botanicus, Waterlooplein Market, Single Canal, the only floating flower market in the world where flower merchants sell Holland's famous blooms. and Westerkeerk Church with the tallest tower in Amsterdam. In the afternoon visit Rijks Museum, one of the best Art museums in Europe. Rest of the day is free to visit some other sites of the city like Anne Frank's House, Diamond Factory or Rembrand's House.
Our Tour hotels are never far from where you need to go. We choose only the best hotels in centralized locations so you can get on with your tour.
With every group tour we provide you will see all the best attractions and some you might not even know. These attractions are just steps away from your hotel:
Odeon Platz, Marienkirche, Schwabing - Dachau Camp - Neuswanstein Castle - Donauwirth - Dinkensbihl
Rothenburg - Heidelberg Castle - Amstel canal cruise - Rijks Museum - Dom
Your tour is important to us and we provide the most inclusive tour possible. This student group tour includes the following: