You might think that Germany is a little dull compared to its Eastern neighbors. But travelers to Germany know this isn't the case. Munich is a modern city in the western mold. It has a reputation for big industries, but there's still Old World charm here. Munich provides a great starting point for a tour of the major cities of Central and Eastern Europe. And there are plenty of direct flights to the US. There's also quite a lot to do near Munich, like the BMW plant and museum, and the fairytale Neuschwanstein Castle. Traveling in Germany is very popular. And for good reason.
Germany's best cities
Berlin is uber-cool, spiky, gritty and funky. The capital of Germany in every sense of the word, Berlin draws creative types of all disciplines. It also has a large startup community. It is by far the most cosmopolitan city in Germany. Berlin's museums, cafés, street art, nightlife and joie de vivre is infectious. If you're looking for a good time during your holiday in Germany, Berlin is the place.
Dresden's markets and museums
Both Berlin and Munich are good places to start or end a tour of Central and Eastern Europe. They have good road and rail connections. They are surrounded by Schengen countries so there's minimal hassle crossing borders. Plenty of low-cost intra-European airlines make bridging longer distances possible. We also recommend that travelers in Germany visit Dresden. This city has amazing museums. The Dresden Christmas markets are also world-famous. If you're traveling in Germany during the holidays, you'll definitely want to stay overnight here.
Germany's travel specialists
There is a wide range of accommodation in Germany. Our local guides will be on-hand to assist all vacationers. Wherever you want to travel in Germany, we can make it happen. Visit Munich, Berlin, Dresden, or all of them. Contact us for a free travel consultation. Or request a call back at your convenience. We'll start planning the perfect Germany vacation, just for you.
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Popular Germany Vacation Itineraries
Our suggested itineraries in Germany and neighboring countries allow you to enjoy a multi-destination tour with ease. Our Germany vacation packages make traveling in Central & Eastern Europe hassle-free. We take care of getting you from place to place, accommodation, excursions and activities.
This 11 day (10 nights) itinerary covers the highlights of Eastern Germany and Bavaria: Berlin, Dresden, Nuremberg & Munich. Delve into WWII history, or marvel at German architectural and engineering excellence. And visit the legendary beer gardens! read full itinerary
Visit three very different yet equally alluring Central European cities on a custom tour. Combining capital-of-cool Berlin with magical Prague and phoenix-city Dresden will give you a great understanding of what makes this such a fascinating part of Europe. read full itinerary
With 2 weeks at your disposal and spending a little less time in each city you can explore a large area of Central Europe. Start in the ubercool German capital, Berlin then head south to enchanting Prague. After a few days it's time to head south again, to fairy-tale medieval Cesky Krumlov. From here it's on to the grand old Imperial capital, Vienna. After that you reach Budapest to see for yourself why Condé Nast Traveler readers voted it best city in Europe in 2015. The trip ends in the historic Polish capital, Krakow. read full itinerary
Kick off your tour in the hip German capital Berlin before moving on to magical Prague. From there you'll proceed by train to Vienna where you'll be impressed by the old imperial grandeur. You head west to Salzburg, the town of Mozart. Your final stop is in Munich, the cosmopolitan Bavarian capital. read full itinerary
Dresden is one of the most famous cities in Germany. Unfortunately it's famous in part for being nearly totally destroyed during World War II. Dresden's Old Town has been marvelously rebuilt and
Many travelers in Central Europe love taking pictures of all the magnificent architecture. But as anyone who has tried it knows, there's a big difference between the photographs you see in National Geographic and