Northern Germany Tour Berlin-Frankfurt Escorted Tour Le Meridien Parkhotel , Frankfurt City Center (Deluxe: 5star) Hotel Intercontinetal, Frankfurt City Center (deluxe: 5star) Hotel Tryp , Frankfurt West (First Class: 4 star)

ITINERARY

DAY 1: TUESDAY – Berlin (B)

Arrival at Berlin hotel on your own or optional train transfer from Frankfurt to Berlin. The afternoon is free to explore Germany’s capital on your own, the Brandenburg Gate, the German Parliament, the Reichstag and Check Point Charlie. Ther are many outstanding museums and the various boutiques and department stores like the KaDeWe. Take the opportunity of doing a boat trip optionally which gives you some impressive views from the channel Spree. In the evening your guide contacts you. Overnight at Hotel Express by Holiday Inn Berlin City Centre.

DAY 2: WEDNESDAY Berlin (B)

During a big city tour we will show you all the highlights of Germany’s capital and most exciting city. See Brandenburg Gate, our parliament Reichstag, the victory column, Palace Bellevue, Kaiser-Wilhelm-Memorial Church, Checkpoint Charlie, remains of the wall, boulevard Unter den Linden and the Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral). The afternoon is free for own activities like discovering the museums island or shopping in the numerous boutiques and department stores like KaDeWe. Take the opportunity to do an optional boat trip which gives you some memorable views from the channel Spree. Please just ask your guide! Overnight at Holiday Inn Express City Centre o.s.

DAY 3: THURSDAY Berlin – Hamburg (B)

Today we are heading north. Our next stop is Hamburg. Enjoy all the main sights of this booming city like St. Michaelis Church, called Michel, St. Pauli quarter, Landungsbruecken, Speicherstadt and the brand-new HafenCity before discovering Germany’s largest port on a typical harbour cruise. The evening is free, maybe for a walk along the Reeperbahn? This amusement district originally was visited by sailors who were able to spend a whole six month pay in only one happy night. Nowadays, of course, you can also see more ‘civilised’ areas. Overnight at Best Western Queens Hotel o.s.

DAY 4: FRIDAY Hamburg – Bremen – Hamelin (B/ D)

After breakfast departure to Bremen, the free hanseatic city at river Weser with an old tradition of seafaring. See ‘Roland’ at the market square, the cathedral, the city hall and the bronze statue of Grimms’ Bremer Stadtmusikanten. Rub the donkey’s hooves and a wish comes true! After a walk through the narrow streets of Schnoor quarter with tiny houses, we turn onto the famous German Fairy Tale Route. In the afternoon we reach Hamelin, a city known for the Pied Piper, another legend appeared in the writings of the Brothers Grimm. Its former wealthy – due to its favourable location as trading centre on the river Weser – was reflected in its lavishly decorated houses. The delightful centre is a listed site of historical interest. After the check-in at the hotel, we will celebrate our farewell dinner. Overnight at Mercure Hotel o.s.

DAY 5: SATURDAY Hamelin – Frankfurt (B)

Along the river Weser we follow the Fairy Tale Route towards the small and unique city of Hann.Muenden. Never destroyed, Hann.Muenden belongs to the best preserved halftimbered places in Germany. Enjoy this jewel of Weser Renaissance style before we continue our trip to Frankfurt. On the further way to the south we will make stops along the road, depending on the weather and traffic situation. In the afternoon we reach Frankfurt where a panoramic city tour of Germany’s financial capital awaits us. Overnight at InterCityHotel o.s.

DAY 6: SUNDAY Frankfurt (B)

Our exciting journey ends with breakfast at the hotel or continues with tour ‘Romantic Germany’.

Tour Includes:

• Five overnight stays at first class and tourist superior hotels including tax, service charges and baggage handling (one piece per person. All rooms with private bath or shower and toilet.
• Transportation by modern air-conditioned motorcoach with WC.
• Professional English/ Spanish speaking guide throughout the tour.
• All excursions and city tours not marked as optional.
• Five breakfast buffets
• Farewell dinner
• Harbor cruise, Hamburg

Prices in 2011:

  • Euro on request per person based on two people sharing the room
  • Euro on request for the third person in extra bed
  • Euro on request Single Supplement

Child discount: Until the age of 11 (inclusive) we grant 30% discount on the per person double room rate, when sharing a room with two adults in extra bed.

Optional: (no pre-booking)

  • Boat Trip in Berlin EUR 10- p.p.
  • Optional transfer by train
  • Frankfurt – Berlin: EUR 125.- p.p.

Contact us LINE: @lofttravel TEL: +6680-291-0123, +6685-225-4664, +6686-321-4740, +6686-322-1610

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