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Contrasting Lands: Bavaria and Eastern Germany

This sample 11 day (10 nights) itinerary covers the highlights of Eastern Germany and Bavaria: Berlin, Dresden, Nuremberg & Munich. The services we provide as part of our comprehensive packages include accommodations, train tickets, transfers (airport and some train station) and city tours. In addition to the tours included we can arrange a number of excursions based on your own interests. There is also an option to travel between cities by private car or van transfers at an extra cost. All of our tours are custom, and this is just a sample meant to give an idea for what our trips are like, and the opportunities our destinations provide. One of our team in the region will be available to you during and leading up to the trip to answer any questions and arrange local services. You will receive access to your Guest Page, with its information on the best these destinations have to offer, including things to see and do, and other inside tips from restaurant recommendations to tipping advice. Upon arrival we will provide you with a local cell phone that you can use to contact our employee (who you will meet in person) throughout your trip. In all of our destinations, we offer a variety of memorable 3-5 accommodation options, including boutique hotels, charming B&Bs, and spacious apartments. With our firsthand experience, we can ensure they are all clean, comfortable, and centrally located, with local ambience.
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3 Nights in Berlin

3 Nights in Berlin

4 days in Berlin

3 Nights in Berlin

A vibrant cosmopolitan city that’s rich in history and contemporary culture, Berlin is constantly evolving. From the ruins of World War II to the Cold War division of the Berlin wall, Berlin has always managed to rebuild. Germany's largest city, this sprawling (by European standards) metropolis has excellent public transportation, from subways to an official rowboat ferry. You’ll find a little of everything here, from history to high gastronomy, art museums to palaces, and plenty lively bars. The nightlife here is world-class, but there’s more than enough to see during the day. Berlin is made up of distinctive neighborhoods, each with a different character. We recommend several ways of exploring the city, from a Cold War walking tour to a bike tour to see all the must-see sights in a simple and easy way. An exploration of the long and volatile history of Jewish culture in the city is eye-opening as Jewish life in Berlin has been meticulously documented. Many of the city’s art and culture museums offer unforgettable glimpses into history. Potsdam offers the perfect diversion for an afternoon, and Sanssouci Palace, with its well-tended gardens, is a beautiful reminder of the city’s impressive past. The past comes alive in Berlin, but the present is very much alive as well.

A vibrant cosmopolitan city that’s rich in history and contemporary culture, Berlin is constantly evolving. From the ruins of World War II to the Cold War division of the Berlin wall, Berlin has always managed to rebuild. Germany's largest city, this sprawling (by European standards) metropolis has excellent public transportation, from subways to an official rowboat ferry. You’ll find a little of everything here, from history to high gastronomy, art museums to palaces, and plenty lively bars. The nightlife here is world-class, but there’s more than enough to see during the day. Berlin is made up of distinctive neighborhoods, each with a different character. We recommend several ways of exploring the city, from a Cold War walking tour to a bike tour to see all the must-see sights in a simple and easy way. An exploration of the long and volatile history of Jewish culture in the city is eye-opening as Jewish life in Berlin has been meticulously documented. Many of the city’s art and culture museums offer unforgettable glimpses into history. Potsdam offers the perfect diversion for an afternoon, and Sanssouci Palace, with its well-tended gardens, is a beautiful reminder of the city’s impressive past. The past comes alive in Berlin, but the present is very much alive as well.

Day 1

Day 1 - Arrival in Berlin

Welcome to Berlin! You will be met at the Berlin TXL airport and have transport arranged to your centrally located accommodation.

Our representative will then meet with you to answer any questions you have and to get you settled for the rest of your trip.

Where to Wander on Day One?

Suggestion to explore on your own

It can be hard to decide how to spend your first hours in Berlin, since the city offers so much for every personal preference. If you’d like to see the city’s more artistic and hip side, we recommend focusing on the district of Kreuzberg, southeast of the city’s Mitte (“middle”) district. If you’d prefer to stay within walking distance of your hotel, we suggest focusing on the area around Hackescher Markt, north of Museum Island, or heading to Alexanderplatz, where you’ll find the city’s best view from atop its signature TV tower.

Day 2

Day 2 - Your First Full Day in Berlin

Berlin City Group Tour

Berlin City Group Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Enjoy a three hour walking tour of Berlin as part of a group. Your guide will introduce you to this surprisingly diverse capital, share some interesting facts and stories and give you further recommendations if asked. Being part of the group will also give you the chance to learn more about the fellow participants suggestions for Berlin.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 4 hours

Berlin's Role in WWII

Suggestion to explore on your own

We all know what an important role Berlin had played during WWII. If you walk on the streets of this well-known capital, you can still find shell holes and shrapnel scars from the war's last major battle in Europe. The city has become a center of memorializing WWII, especially at the memorial to Jewish victims of the Holocaust, or the Reichstag building. We recommend visiting the small museum beneath the Jewish Holocaust memorial, reserving a free ticket to climb the glass dome atop the Reichstag. If you have a bit more time, visit the German History Museum, or the Topography of Terror. Located next to one of the longest remaining segments of the Berlin Wall, by Checkpoint Charlie, the latter is a free museum and archive devoted to understanding Nazism and its victims. The Topography of Terror is located on the grounds of the SS' main security office, the headquarters of the Gestapo, and other infamous organizations, such as the Einsatzgruppen death squads. This sobering museum is especially effective in showing the rise of Nazism, and its very earliest days in power.

A Museum Paradise

Suggestion to explore on your own

Berlin’s past as an imperial capital, and current status as a global cultural hotspot are made clear by its sheer variety of museums, which will spoil you for choice. If you have any interest in art and archaeology, you need to visit Museum Island, home to a UNESCO-listed museum complex that contains one of the world’s great art collections, stretching across seven museums. Next door, on the site of a failed assassination attempt against Hitler, the German History Museum covers German history from its first settlement to today, making it the best way to get an overview of German history, from kings to peasants.

The mile-long Berlin Wall Memorial explains the wall with plaques, art, museums, and a rebuilt section of the wall complete with a viewing platform (it is distant from the East Side Gallery, which has the wall's most famous murals). At the memorial you'll find excavations of buildings destroyed by the wall’s construction, giant murals, and a modern church built on the grounds of an older temple destroyed for the wall. This stretch featured more escape tunnels than any other area, and their routes are traced on the ground, next to plaques giving their history. The route ends near Mauerpark, a “Wall Park” that turns into one of the city’s most popular spots every Sunday, when crowds flock to its flea market, grassy lawns, and karaoke amphitheater.

Day 3

Day 3 - Your Second Full Day in Berlin

Potsdam Group Tour by Train

Hello Potsdam!

Included in your vacation package price.

Explore a center of German beauty, history, and science with a group tour of Potsdam, Germany’s largest UNESCO-listed area. This carefully-designed city, with its near-endless palaces, gardens, lakes, and fountains, includes Frederick the Great's brightly-painted summer residence, Sanssouci (French for “carefree.”) After disembarking from the train, you’ll pass the City Palace (now a regional parliament) and the massive dome of the Classicist St. Nicholas' Church. Although most famous for its pastoral palaces, Potsdam also sports a large old town, where you’ll visit the Dutch Quarter, classic 18th-century brick buildings built for Dutch artisans. You’ll then proceed past Potsdam’s own Brandenburg Gate. After seeing Sanssouci, with its halls and gardens, and the Baroque New Palace, you’ll proceed to the Cecilienhof palace, which combines traditional Tudor architecture with German half-timbered techniques. Here, shortly after the end of World War II, Churchill, Truman, and Stalin met to determine the new world order. After a day of opulence and nature, you’ll take another train back to Berlin’s center.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 6 hours

Varied Districts and Green Spaces

Suggestion to explore on your own

Berlin's a vast and sprawling city with some very diverse neighborhoods. You definitely couldn't explore all of our suggestions in a day so we feel it's best to pick one that fits your interests, from artsy Kreuzburg, bustling Mitte or leafy Prenzlauer Berg and more besides, Berlin's a city with something for everyone. Get some inspiration from our blog post about six of Berlin's distinct districts or pick a cafe to hang out in.


Berlin in the summer is a real treat, as you have the combination of the rich history and a spectrum of outdoor entertainment. Today we suggest exploring some of the city’s outdoor life. The Tiergarten is the city’s largest park and is centered around The Victory Column, which offers incredible views over the city. Many neighborhoods throughout the city also have beer gardens, where you can enjoy a cold pilsner in classic summer style. Areas such as Kreuzberg are also great places to wander when it’s warm. You’ll find outdoor dining and drinking, markets, and more.

Day 4

Day 4 - Traveling to Dresden by Train

Discover a very different German city - Dresden. Regular train connections between Berlin and Dresden mean you can choose your departure time and the journey takes under two hours. Your hotel reception will be able to arrange a taxi for you to Berlin's Hauptbahnhof station, much more economically than a transfer service, so we haven’t included that in your package but can do should you wish. Once on the train all you need to do is unwind and watch the German countryside speeding by. Your package includes second class tickets with seat reservations, upgrades to first are available but are much more expensive.

You can upgrade your transfer

Dresden by Private Transfer to with a Stop in Spreewald

Upgrade for an additional cost
We also offer the following excursions in Berlin

Beer and Brewing Private Tour
Moderate3 hours
Berlin Food Crawl Private Tour
Moderate3 hours 30 minutes
Berlin Highlights Bike Tour
Moderate3 hours
Berlin Private City Tour by Car
Easy3 hours

2 Nights in Dresden

2 Nights in Dresden

3 days in Dresden

2 Nights in Dresden

Dresden has had one of the most volatile histories of any city in Europe, being almost totally reduced to rubble in World War II. The city today is a unique combination of remembered and honored history and a vibrant, entertaining present. There are several historical buildings throughout the city that attest to the destruction here, but Dresden has rejuvenated itself since World War II, and today is one of Germany’s most tourist-friendly cities, with an enchanting energy and entertainment all year round. Famous for its Christmas markets, Dresden also has plenty to offer in the warmer months, from museums and memorials, to intriguing new architecture, pleasant parks, and nearby destinations for day trips. History comes alive everywhere you look in Dresden, and we highly recommend taking a closer look at the city’s museums and the traces of the past in the architecture. The city also has a rich cultural program, with numerous galleries and concert taking place quite regularly. You can certainly sample hearty German cuisine here, as well as more modern Continental flavours. You’ll love exploring this lovely city and the surrounding region.

Dresden has had one of the most volatile histories of any city in Europe, being almost totally reduced to rubble in World War II. The city today is a unique combination of remembered and honored history and a vibrant, entertaining present. There are several historical buildings throughout the city that attest to the destruction here, but Dresden has rejuvenated itself since World War II, and today is one of Germany’s most tourist-friendly cities, with an enchanting energy and entertainment all year round. Famous for its Christmas markets, Dresden also has plenty to offer in the warmer months, from museums and memorials, to intriguing new architecture, pleasant parks, and nearby destinations for day trips. History comes alive everywhere you look in Dresden, and we highly recommend taking a closer look at the city’s museums and the traces of the past in the architecture. The city also has a rich cultural program, with numerous galleries and concert taking place quite regularly. You can certainly sample hearty German cuisine here, as well as more modern Continental flavours. You’ll love exploring this lovely city and the surrounding region.

Day 4

Day 4 - Arrival in Dresden

When you arrive at Dresden Hauptbahnhof you will easily find the station’s taxi rank signposted. We haven’t included a transfer here because in our experience meet & greet transfer services in Dresden are very overpriced, unreliable and the driver can be hard to locate in the station. Dresden's taxis are honest, reasonably priced and you’ll have no problem finding one at the station’s taxi rank, so you’ll save both time and money by taking one to your centrally located accommodation.

The Jewel Box of Europe

Suggestion to explore on your own

For something unique, visit the “Green Vault” in the Neumarkt section of the old town. Here you will find the largest treasure trove in Europe, if not the world. Located within Dresden’s main palace, the architecture alone is exceptional, with its mix of modern and Baroque elements, to say nothing of its glittering collection. A true gem, you could spend a good portion of the day just looking over its literal gems.

Day 5

Day 5 - Your First Full Day in Dresden

Dresden Group Walking Tour

Dresden Group Walking Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

If you'd like to explore Dresden's beautiful and historic Old Town, we recommend this group tour with an expert local guide. You'll start the tour at Schlossplatz Square and together with a small group you will go through Old Town, where you'll explore some of the city's most famous art and architecture. Your guide knows all of the city's secrets and you'll learn about the incredible history that has made Dresden the destination it is today.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 2 hours

A Day Trip to Meissen

Suggestion to explore on your own

Meissen is a quaint German city that is one of our favorite destinations for a day trip outside Dresden. Here you can explore a 15th century castle and cathedral, and also admire the lovely architecture and cobblestone streets. The city is world-famous for its porcelain, so a visit to the factory shop should definitely be on the agenda. Domkeller and Frauenkirche are Meissen's two famous cathedrals, and each is beautiful. You'll love settling into the slow pace of life here. For more information about Meissen, please read our blog post.

Day 6

Day 6 - Traveling to Nuremberg by Train

Today you're taking the train from Dresdeen to Nuremburg. There are a number of departures throughout the day. Unfortunately there are no direct trains but most connect in Leipzig and you will have plenty of time to change trains. We will include standard class tickets in your package. The train journey takes a little over three and a half hours.


We haven’t included a transfer to the train station here because in our experience transfer services in Dresden are very overpriced. Dresden's taxis are honest, reasonably priced and you’ll have no problem arranging for one with your hotel reception.

You can upgrade your transfer

Nuremberg by Private Transfer with a Stop in Bamberg

Upgrade for an additional cost
We also offer the following excursions in Dresden

Dresden Private Christmas Tour
Moderate2 hours
Dresden Private Walking Tour
Moderate2 hours
Elbe Group Sightseeing Cruise
Easy1 hour 40 minutes
New Town Private Walking Tour
Moderate2 hours

2 Nights in Nuremberg

2 Nights in Nuremberg

3 days in Nuremberg

2 Nights in Nuremberg

Nuremberg in northern Bavaria is famous for its well-preserved medieval architecture and delicious local food. Head to the Old Town to see its houses, stone towers, and fortifications, and to marvel at the Schöner Brunnen ("Beautiful Fountain") located in the "Hauptmarkt" main square. Kaiserburg castle is the most famous place to visit here, with its impressive insight into the city's history. But, there is so much more to Nuremberg; this is a lively modern city with lots of interesting museums, different festivals and events and a great variety of international cuisine. Even among Germans, the city is known for its beer, sausages, and gingerbread, so come hungry!

Nuremberg in northern Bavaria is famous for its well-preserved medieval architecture and delicious local food. Head to the Old Town to see its houses, stone towers, and fortifications, and to marvel at the Schöner Brunnen ("Beautiful Fountain") located in the "Hauptmarkt" main square. Kaiserburg castle is the most famous place to visit here, with its impressive insight into the city's history. But, there is so much more to Nuremberg; this is a lively modern city with lots of interesting museums, different festivals and events and a great variety of international cuisine. Even among Germans, the city is known for its beer, sausages, and gingerbread, so come hungry!

Day 6

Day 6 - Arrival in Nuremberg

When you arrive at Nuremberg Train Station you will easily find the station’s taxi rank signposted. We haven’t included a transfer here because in our experience, meet and greet transfer services in Nuremberg are overpriced and unreliable, and the driver can be hard to locate once you arrive. Nuremberg’s taxis are honest, reasonably priced, and you’ll have no problem finding one at the station’s taxi rank, so you’ll save both time and money by taking one to your centrally located accommodation.

Climb the Castle Hill

Suggestion to explore on your own

After getting settled, we recommend ascending through the city to the imposing castle at one end of the historic center. The castle and the neighboring city walls are considered one of the most imposing medieval fortifications in Europe, while the castle itself offers the best view of the city and its preserved center. Be sure to check out the castle gardens, a quiet retreat from the bustle of the city.

Day 7

Day 7 - Your First Full Day in Nuremberg

Old Town and Nazi Rally Grounds Group Walking Tour

Old Town and Nazi Rally Grounds Group Walking Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Join a group walking tour with fellow travellers and discover this amazing medieval town together with a professional guide. Learn more about the early years of the Nazi Party and how the World War started.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 4 hours

Gingerbread Baking Small Group Class

Gingerbread Baking Small Group Class

Join a cooking class and prepare your very own gingerbread. Take home what you cooked and of course the recipe as well and make your friends envy you and your family.


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 1 hour 30 minutes

Day 8

Day 8 - Traveling to Munich by Train

You're off to the Bavarian capital today. We'll include standard class train tickets in your package for one of the regular high-speed (just over an hour) services from Nuremberg to Munich. We haven’t included a transfer here because in our experience transfer services in Nuremberg are very overpriced. Nuremberg's taxis are honest, reasonably priced and you’ll have no problem arranging for one with your hotel reception.

You can upgrade your transfer

Munich by Private Transfer

Upgrade for an additional cost
We also offer the following excursions in Nuremberg

Former Nazi Party Rally Grounds Private Tour
Moderate3 hours
From Bratwurst to Gingerbread City Group Tour
Light1 hour 30 minutes
Nuremberg Old Town Private Walking Tour
Moderate3 hours
Nuremberg WWII Combo Private Tour
Light4 hours

3 Nights in Munich

3 Nights in Munich

4 days in Munich

3 Nights in Munich

With its traditional beer halls, designer shops, trendy restaurants and international business, Munich is a mix of old and new, German and cosmopolitan. Largely rebuilt after World War II, the city still retains its old world charm, even in the midst of expansion and modernization. You’ve probably heard of the city’s world famous Oktobertfest, a once-in-a-lifetime party dedicated to that incredible Bavarian beer along with some of the local delicacies, including tasty schnitzel. But there’s much more to Munich than drinking, and on your holiday you’ll have the chance to discover the best this charming city has to offer. Don’t miss out on the beer halls and the breweries, but be sure to get off the beaten path to discover a Munich of your own. Much of the city’s past centers around World War II, and there are several ways you can explore this chapter of Munich’s history, including a day trip to the Dachau concentration camp and a special tour focusing on Hitler and the local activities of the Third Reich. Munich is also a center of industry and there is nowhere better to experience this than BMW World. Moving slightly farther afield, Neuschwanstein Castle makes the perfect day trip, perched high in the hills over a verdant valley. Munich’s variety means there’s more than enough to satisfy even the most diverse groups of travelers. Let your curiosity guide you as you explore this unique German city.

With its traditional beer halls, designer shops, trendy restaurants and international business, Munich is a mix of old and new, German and cosmopolitan. Largely rebuilt after World War II, the city still retains its old world charm, even in the midst of expansion and modernization. You’ve probably heard of the city’s world famous Oktobertfest, a once-in-a-lifetime party dedicated to that incredible Bavarian beer along with some of the local delicacies, including tasty schnitzel. But there’s much more to Munich than drinking, and on your holiday you’ll have the chance to discover the best this charming city has to offer. Don’t miss out on the beer halls and the breweries, but be sure to get off the beaten path to discover a Munich of your own. Much of the city’s past centers around World War II, and there are several ways you can explore this chapter of Munich’s history, including a day trip to the Dachau concentration camp and a special tour focusing on Hitler and the local activities of the Third Reich. Munich is also a center of industry and there is nowhere better to experience this than BMW World. Moving slightly farther afield, Neuschwanstein Castle makes the perfect day trip, perched high in the hills over a verdant valley. Munich’s variety means there’s more than enough to satisfy even the most diverse groups of travelers. Let your curiosity guide you as you explore this unique German city.

Day 8

Day 8 - Arrival in Munich

When you arrive at Munich Hauptbahnhof you will easily find the station’s taxi rank signposted. We haven’t included a transfer here because in our experience meet & greet transfer services in Munich are overpriced, unreliable and the driver can be hard to locate in the vast station. Munich’s taxis are honest, reasonably priced and you’ll have no problem finding one at the station’s taxi rank, so you’ll save both time and money by taking one to your centrally located accommodation.

First Night, First Beer: Welcome to Munich!

Suggestion to explore on your own

When in Munich, drink as the locals do. Munich has certainly earned its title as “Beer Capital of the World,” so what could be a better activity for your first night than going to one of its famed beer halls, meeting locals, and hearing their stories? If you’re the teetotalling type or raucous beer halls aren’t your thing, you can take a nice walk down Neuhauser Strasse, followed by the Kaufingerstrasse, leading to the city’s most famous square, the Marienplatz, with its magnificent city hall, the Neues Rathaus.

Day 9

Day 9 - Your First Full Day in Munich

Munich Private Walking Tour

An Introduction to Munich

Included in your vacation package price.

Today you’ll be taking some of your first steps through Munich in the company of an expert private guide. This three-hour tour offers a short, sharp and comprehensive overview of the historic center’s major landmarks. You’ll be taking in all the key historical sites, the most beautiful churches, and the most famous beer halls and gardens. You won’t ignore the more sinister aspects of Munich’s Nazi past, but you’ll see the better face of this lovely city as well, and hear the best stories and most interesting facts. Munich has been the playground of royalty and the common citizen alike. It has inspired artists, writers, architects, musicians, scientists, more than one madman, and many visitors, and will surely inspire you as well.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 3 hours

Beer and Pretzels Private Tour

Eat and Drink Like a True Bavarian

Please ask your travel advisor for the cost to add this to your package

Germany is famous for its beer and food culture, so it is natural that we recommend to jump into an unforgettable gastronomic experience while you’re in Munich. The best place to start is the city’s most famous beer hall, the Hofbrauhaus. Reservations are strongly recommended, but even just stopping by for a glimpse is worthwhile. And after a nice glass or two of beer, we suggest to trying true Bavarian dish, such as Leberknödelsuppe (liver dumpling soup) or Schweinsbraten (roasted pork). If you’d like to better explore the region’s distinct culinary traditions, we recommend a food and beer tour with an expert local guide. Your stomach won’t regret it!


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 2 hours

Stroll the English Garden

Suggestion to explore on your own

A must for visitors to Munich, the English Garden is one of the world's largest urban parks, and is chock-full of unusual places to visit, as well as excellent views of the city's historic skyline. The most unusual attraction is the Eisbach, a stream with a standing wave popular with surfers and playboaters. Open only to expert surfers, the wave is always a good show. The park itself was built around faux Greek ruins, highlights of the park's largest lawns. The park hosts both a Japanese teahouse and garden (a gift from the Japanese for the Olympics) and an 18th-century "Chinese Tower." This five-story pagoda is popular with locals, especially because it's next to the city's second largest beer garden, and a children's carousel. Further north, beyond the park's main lake, is a calmer area, known for sunbathing and often home to flocks of sheep.

Day 10

Day 10 - Your Second Full Day in Munich

Neuschwanstein Castle Group Tour

Wait a Minute - That's the Disney Castle! Visiting Neuschwanstein

Included in your vacation package price.

Today you’ll be traveling by train with your guide for two hours to the historic town of Fussen, nestled in alpine foothills. Towering far above the village is the fabulous and ethereal Neuschwanstein Castle. You’ll see the best of the area: the lake where you can swim if the weather is warm, postcard-perfect views of the equally beautiful Hohenschwangau Castle, the waterfall gorge, and the stunning views from the Marienbrucke.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 9 hours

Day 11

Day 11 - Departure Day

Based on your departure time, a driver will pick you up from your accommodation and take you to Munich's airport.

We also offer the following excursions in Munich

Bavarian Alps Private Hiking Tour
Moderate9 hours
Bavarian Beer Group Tour
Moderate3 hours 30 minutes
Best of Munich and Haidhausen Private Tour
Light3 hours
Best of Munich and Olympic Park Private Tour
Light3 hours

What's Included

Here are all the services provided as part of your complete vacation package. See what every JayWay trip includes.
Please let us know if you'd like to upgrade any transfers or add any additional tours or excursions to your itinerary.

Berlin

3 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Berlin Airport Transfer TXL
Berlin City Group Tour
Potsdam Group Tour by Train
Berlin - Dresden Train

Dresden

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Dresden Group Walking Tour
Dresden - Nuremburg Train Tickets

Nuremberg

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Old Town and Nazi Rally Grounds Group Walking Tour
Nuremberg - Munich Train

Munich

3 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Munich Private Walking Tour
Neuschwanstein Castle Group Tour
Munich Airport Transfer
The package excludes:

  • Flights to and from Europe.
  • Tips for Tour Guides, Drivers and Local Reps.
  • Meals (other than breakfast if included in room rate and meals listed as included in food tours and excursions, unless explicitly stated otherwise).
  • Parking fees for your Rental Car (if you are booking one with us) unless otherwise indicated. Some hotels provide free parking facilities.
  • Travel Insurance. See the insurance link on our website

Benefits of Traveling with JayWay

A JayWay vacation is more than the sum of its parts. Our team work tirelessly to ensure your experience is memorable for all the right reasons. Your trip is personalized to maximize your enjoyment. You're taken care of every step of the way.

A Travel Advisor who speaks your language
We will make sure that all your requirements and interests are taken into account in preparing your itinerary.
A totally tailored itinerary for your vacation
Your trip is customized for you by  an experienced trip planner and an expert on the region.
A choice of hand-picked hotels and excursions
We've personally inspected and tested all the hotels and local tour providers we work with to ensure quality.
Detailed pre-trip preparation to make the most of every day
Your Europe-based Tour Manager will be in touch by email and phone a month before you arrive to finalize timings.
On-trip Concierge Service to smooth out any bumps in the road
Our local staff are at your service throughout your journey via the local prepaid cellphone which we provide.
Personalized Guest Page to make sure you're not missing out
Packed with detailed information and recommendations curated by locals on the best things to do, see and eat.

Glowing Reviews from Our Guests

4.8 / 5

Average of our Guest's Ratings of vacation packages including these destinations
Review by Nell & Christina

Nell & Christina

Michigan

Everyone at JayWay Travel was exceedingly pleasant, knowledgeable, helpful and accommodating! Your services made planning a trip almost effortless and assured there was never a concern about our itinerary, our activities and all of the details!

Everyone at JayWay Travel was exceedingly pleasant, knowledgeable, helpful and accommodating! Your services made planning a trip almost effortless and assured there was never a concern about our itinerary, our activities and all of the details!

Year : 2018
Visited : Germany
Itinerary : Frankfurt, Nuremberg, Berlin, Dresden, Frankfurt
Rating :
4.6 / 5
Year : 2018
Visited : Germany
Itinerary : Frankfurt, Nuremberg, Berlin, Dresden, Frankfurt
Rating :
4.6 / 5
Review by Jimmy, Grace, Stefan, Aurora, Rommel & Jenniff

Jimmy, Grace, Stefan, Aurora, Rommel & Jenniff

Idaho

I am glad I chose JayWay Travel. Their knowledge of each city made each experience worth having. If we had just shown up as a group in each city, we would not have had as rich an experience.

I am glad I chose JayWay Travel. Their knowledge of each city made each experience worth having. If we had just shown up as a group in each city, we would not have had as rich an experience.

Year : 2018
Visited : Germany, Czech Republic, Poland
Itinerary : Berlin, Dresden, Prague, Krakow
Rating :
4.6 / 5
Year : 2018
Visited : Germany, Czech Republic, Poland
Itinerary : Berlin, Dresden, Prague, Krakow
Rating :
4.6 / 5
Review by Cindy, Robert, Jonathan & Kornel

Cindy, Robert, Jonathan & Kornel

Pennsylvania

It allows you to see Europe without being on a group tour, but with the sense of security of having someone taking care of everything for you.

It allows you to see Europe without being on a group tour, but with the sense of security of having someone taking care of everything for you.

Year : 2018
Visited : Hungary, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany
Itinerary : Budapest, Vienna, Prague, Dresden, Berlin
Rating :
4.8 / 5
Year : 2018
Visited : Hungary, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany
Itinerary : Budapest, Vienna, Prague, Dresden, Berlin
Rating :
4.8 / 5

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