Marvelous 8 days Germany and Prague

  • Destination: Czech Republic, Germany
  • Duration: 8 days
  • Price: euro599

TOUR PROGRAM Sightseeing in Frankfurt 2 nights Berlin 1 night Dresden 2 nights Prague  1 night München and 1 night Frankfurt 8 Days Day 1 – Frankfurt (D) – Berlin (D)    Sightseeing at Frankfurt including Hauptwache square (The Hauptwache (English: Main Guard) is a central point of Frankfurt am Main and is one of the most famous plazas in […]

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Sightseeing in Frankfurt 2 nights Berlin 1 night Dresden 2 nights Prague

 1 night München and 1 night Frankfurt

8 Days

Day 1 – Frankfurt (D) – Berlin (D)   

Sightseeing at Frankfurt including
Hauptwache square (The Hauptwache (English: Main Guard) is a central point of Frankfurt am Main and is one of the most famous plazas in the city. The original name Schillerplatz was superseded in the early 1900s.)


Transfer to Berlin Hotel check-in
Sightseeing at evening including
Gendarmenmarkt (The Gendarmenmarkt is one of the most stunning squares in the city, located close toFriedrichstraße, Berlin’s exclusive shopping street in the central Mitte district. Three of the most impressive examples of architecture in the capital city are to be found here: the Concert House designed by Schinkel and the German and French Cathedrals (the Deutscher Dom and the Französischer Dom).)


Oversleep at Berlin

Day 2 – Berlin (D)

Whole day city tour including
Reichstag (When the decision was made to move the Federal Government to Berlin, it was time to reawaken the Reichstag building from its long years of slumber on the Mauerstreifen, the military zone between the two sides of the Wall. The building has since been completely modernised, and today’s visitors to the Reichstag can look out from the building’s glass dome to get a bird’s eye view of the hustle and bustle in the city.)
Brandenburg Gate (Without a doubt, the Brandenburg Gate is Berlin’s signature attraction. Built in 1791, it was just one of many old city gates around the city of Berlin which, at that time, was still a manageable size. The decorative Pariser Platz was laid at the foot of the gate and is now home to many of the city’s important buildings, for example, the Hotel Adlon with its wealth of history and the Akademie der Künste (Academy of the Arts).)


Charlottenburg Palace (The magnificent Charlottenburg Palace is located just out of the centre of the city. The beautiful palace hosts fine collections of china and paintings and is situated in the middle of a picturesque palace garden right next to the river Spree. If you don’t fancy a walk in the park, you can feed your mind instead in the Charlottenburg museums located directly opposite.)
Oversleep at Berlin

Day 3 – Berlin (D) – Dresden (D)

Breakfast, Hotel check-out
Transfer to Dresden Hotel check-in
Sightseeing including  
Zwinger mit Semperbau (The Zwinger – a museum complex housed in a magnificent early 18th-century palace – is one of the finest examples of Baroque architecture in Germany. Aside from its impressive architecture, the Zwinger is famous for its Dresden Porcelain Collection, the scientific instruments on display in the Royal Cabinet of Mathematical and Physical Instruments, and the magnificent art collections housed in the Old Masters Picture Gallery. The Zwinger itself is notable for its extraordinary variety and magnificence of form: the majestic 32-bayed Long Gallery on the south side, the four symmetrically arranged pavilions on the east and west sides, the Wallpavillon, and the Nymphenbad (Bath of the Nymphs) with its graceful fountains and mythological female figures. Other highlights include the Zoological Museum, and the Historical Museum with its displays of weapons from the 15th – 18th centuries.)
Dresden, Zwingerhof, Semperbau, Gemäldegalerie, Französischer Pavillon, Deutscher Pavillon,

Dresden, Zwingerhof, Semperbau

Dresden Residential Castle and Museums (Dresden Castle was for almost 400 years the official home of Saxony’s electors and kings. These days, the former palace is part of theDresden State Art Collections, an excellent museum complex that contains some of the city’s leading attractions, including the Green Vault, or Grünes Gewölbe, named after the original home of the collection founded by Augustus the Strong. This superb collection includes gold, silver, jewelry, and ivory from the 14th to 18th centuries. Another important collection is the Numismatic Cabinet with more than 200,000 medals and seals, as well as examples of every coin minted in Saxony. Other highlights are the Print Cabinet, a collection of graphic art and drawings including watercolors and pastels by European artists from the 15th century onwards; the Dresden Armory, with a large collection of ceremonial weapons and armor; and theTurkish Chamber, established in 1614 and home to one of the world’s largest collections of artifacts from the Ottoman Empire.)
Oversleep at Dresden

Day 4 – Dresden (D) – Prague (CZ)

Breakfast Hotel check-out
Travel to Prague Hotel check-in
Afternoon walking and sightseeing including
Prague Old Town (Mentioned in 1091, it is the oldest of the towns of Prague gained the privileges of a town in the 13th century. However, its name dates back to the 14th century when the New Town was founded. The centre of the Old Town has always been the Old Town Square dominated by the Church of Our Lady of Týn and the Town Hall. )


Jewish Museum (The Jewish Quarter in Prague contains the best preserved complex of historical Jewish monuments in Europe, including a number of synagogues, the Jewish Ceremonial Hall and the Old Jewish Cemetery.
Oversleep at Prague

Day 5 – Prague (CZ)

Whole day city tour including
Prague Zoo (The most famous about this Zoo that this was the First Zoo in Europe)
Lobkowicz Palace At Prague Castle (Lobkowicz Palace is now a wonderful building to visit, as the rooms are filled with exhibits drawn from the private collections of the Lobkowicz family. Your personal audio guide leads you through the palace, allowing you to browse at your own pace.)


Oversleep at Prague

Day 6 – Munich (D)

Breakfast Hotel check-out
Transfer to Munich Hotel check-in
Shopping and sightseeing including
Marienplatz, (Marienplatz is a central square in the city centre of MunichGermany. It has been the city’s main square since 1158. Museum squares),
Nymphenburg Palace (Of four castles of II. King Ludwig of Bavaria are probably the biggest. Large pond , fountain, and a couple of hundred meters before we reach the entrance . Within however, stunningly beautiful halls, immense rich devices with great design. Beautiful chandeliers, frescoes. The back park in an elegant cafe – restaurant on reasonable . It is good to rest there.)


Oversleep at Munich

Day 7 – Frankfurt (D)

All day city tour including
Frankfurt’s Old Town Center (In the heart of Frankfurt’s Old Town (Altstadt), the Römerberg is an irregularly shaped square with the Justice Fountain (Gerechtigkeitsbrunnen) at its center. Not only is it Frankfurt’s most picturesque public square, it’s the city’s busiest pedestrian zone, home to numerous tourist attractions from its many Kulturschirn, a form of open-fronted shop once common throughout the old town, to the Römer, a complex of 11 lovely old buildings from the 15th to 18th centuries that include the Old Town Hall (Altes Rathaus) with its Imperial Hall (Kaisersaal), once the scene of splendid banquets. Other notable buildings include the New Town Hall (Neues Rathaus) from 1908, the 14th-century Gothic Church of St. Leonhard, and St. Nicholas Church, notable for its carillon. Also of interest are theHistorical Museum (Historisches Museum), founded in 1878 with its collections related to Frankfurt’s rich cultural history from medieval to modern times, and the six traditional-style buildings of the Ostzeile.)
Goethe House and Museum (Frankfurt has the distinction of being the birthplace of Germany’s greatest writer, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. His family home, Goethe House, is where Goethe was born on August 28, 1749, and where he lived until 1765 and shows how the well-to-do family (and their staff) would have lived. There are many rooms to explore, from the sumptuous décor of the Dining Room on the main floor to Goethe’s writing room on the top floor where he penned many of his early works, and where he played as a child with his puppet theater. Next-door is the Goethe Museum, a 14-room gallery showcasing artworks from the writer’s time, including masterpieces of the Late Baroque and Romantic periods. (Family guided tours of both properties are available.) Other Frankfurt attractions that stand testament to the writer’s fame are the Goethe Tower, a 43-meter-tall wooden structure offering superb views of the city, andGoethestrasse, a high-end shopping area with many fine boutiques, art galleries, and cafés.)
The Old Opera House (In the heart of Frankfurt’s Opera Square (Opernplatz), the Old Opera House (Alte Oper) was constructed in 1880 in the style of the Italian High Renaissance. Although destroyed during WWII (it reopened in 1981), it remains one of the city’s most important concert venues. The city’s new opera house, Opern-und Schauspielhaus Frankfurt, is also located in the square and in addition to acting as the home of the Frankfurt Opera company, it also houses Theatre Frankfurt in its state of the art theater.)

old opera house

Oversleep at Frankfurt     

Day 8 – Frankfurt (D)

Hotel Check-out
The cost includes: Hotel rooms, breakfast,  transfer km, Ticket fees Charlottenburg Palace, Dresden Residential Castle and Museums, Lobkowicz Palace At Prague Castle, Nymphenburg Palace, Goethe House and Museum, Prague Zoo, Jewish Museum,
The cost does not include: air tickets, cost of Suggested Excursions, Tips, porterage, laundry, telephone charges, lunch, dinner, mineral water, wines, breads, ice water, all items of personal nature and also food and drinks not forming part of the group menus, dinner outside from hotel, visa fees, travel insurance, entertainment show tickets, any other costs not menitoned in the package and travel instance.

The price is:    599 Euro