Amsterdam Germany Vacation
All breakfasts and half your dinners
All tips for guides and driver
A tour kit including a guidebook (or books) and a moneybelt
Guaranteed tour price, locked in the moment you make your deposit
Optional single supplements — this tour has a limited number of private rooms for solo travelers for an additional fee
Tour alum discount of $50 for each tour you’ve taken prior to 2019
50% discount on a consulting appointment with our in-house experts to assist with your pre- or post-tour travel plans
Flexibility should you need to transfer or cancel your tour.
Day 1: Welcome to Amsterdam (Amsterdam Germany Vacation)
Amsterdam Germany Vacation Our experience starts in the channel bound city of Amsterdam. We’ll get together for a fast presentation meeting at our lodging at 3 p.m. Before long, we’ll set out outside toward a “Brilliant Age” strolling voyage through Amsterdam’s noteworthy avenues, fixed with wavering, peak topped houses disregarding hundreds of years old waterways. Today around evening time we’ll become acquainted with each other amid supper together, and figure out how to take a smooth, proficient cable car ride back to our inn. Rest in Amsterdam (2 evenings). No transport. Strolling: direct.
Day 2: Eye-Opening Amsterdam
Toward the beginning of today we’ll appreciate an enlightening visit through one of the world’s most prominent accumulations of works of art, including gems by Rembrandt and Vermeer. After time for reflection and lunch individually, we’ll meet and jump on board a channel vessel for a drifting touring voyage through the city. At that point we’ll visit the Anne Frank House, where the high school essayist and her family avoided the Nazis for a long time amid World War II. Subsequently, you’ll be free for whatever is left of the evening to visit the Van Gogh Museum, walk or bicycle through Vondelpark, or make more revelations all alone. No transport. Pontoon: 60 minutes. Strolling: direct.
Day 3: To Arnhem and Germany (Amsterdam Germany Vacation)
We’ll meet our mentor and driver toward the beginning of today and make the short drive to Arnhem’s stunning outdoors exhibition hall. As we meander around the superbly reestablished windmills, cultivate houses, greenery enclosures, shops, and worker cabins, we’ll get a hands-on understanding of what life resembled for individuals here in hundreds of years past. We’ll assemble for a customary lunch of Dutch flapjacks previously traveling south into Germany and into the Rhine River Valley. There we’ll get settled into our interesting old lodging, and eat together. Rest in Bacharach (2 evenings). Transport: 6 hours. Strolling: direct.
Day 4: Rhine Castles and Cruising
At the beginning of today we’ll rest in a bit before going to the close-by town of St. Goar and Rheinfels Castle — a strong post that towers over the banks of the Rhine. A guided visit will demonstrate to us that mansion life was not all children’s stories and knights in sparkling protective layer. You’ll have room schedule-wise to investigate the town and maybe appreciate a delectable cookout lunch in a recreation center by the stream. At that point it’s all on board! We’ll jump on a pontoon and journey past miles of vineyards, towns, and more strongholds (counting one that jabs out of the stream). Back at our “home town” your night will be free for all the more meandering and supper all alone. Watercraft: 60 minutes. Transport: ½ hour. Strolling: strenuous.
Day 5: Medieval Rothenburg (Amsterdam Germany Vacation)
After an early breakfast we’ll pack up and set out toward the gem of medieval Germany, the flawlessly saved walled town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber. This is a perfect place to investigate, all alone, whatever premiums you — from the pointy towers of the town’s walkable divider to the frightening Medieval Crime and Punishment Museum to sections of land of adorable shops and half-timbered photograph operations. After a break for supper all alone, we’ll follow along on this present night’s exceptionally engaging Night Watchman’s visit. Rest in Rothenburg (1 night). Transport: 4 hours. Strolling: light.
Day 6: Munich and Austrian Tirol
This present morning’s goal is the accommodating city of Munich. We’ll get situated at the Viktualienmarkt — an open air agriculturists’ market, lager garden, and stop, all moved into one. You’ll have sufficient energy to amass a lunch and offer a park table, at that point meander through the city’s person on foot inviting focus. This evening we’ll crash into the Bavarian wide open, halting to realize why Germany’s fanciest Rococo-style church, the Wieskirche, sits amidst a dairy animals field. Winding our way into the lower regions of the Alps, we’ll cross the outskirt into Austria and touch base at our Tirolean visitor house in time for a healthy supper together. Rest in or close Reutte (2 evenings). Transport: 6 hours. Strolling: light.
Day 7: Neuschwanstein and the Luge (Amsterdam Germany Vacation)
We’ll start our day with a short drive and a bumpy backwoods climb up to Germany’s most popular palace (the one that roused Disney) — Neuschwanstein. We’ll have a guided voyage through the château’s outfitted rooms, trailed by leisure time to climb somewhat more distant up to Mary’s Bridge over the Pöllat Gorge, for that photograph of a lifetime. Back at the transport after lunch, we’ll drive to a close-by summer luge course where (climate allowing) you’ll have an opportunity to go surging down a mountain on a minor sled with wheels. We’ll land back at the inn a while later with more opportunity to walk around the forested areas, or simply unwind, before supper together. Transport: 60 minutes. Strolling: strenuous.
Day 8: To Venice
We’ll take a grand, throughout the day drive to Venice today, halting in transit for lunch at the Italian-Tirolean town of Bolzano. You’ll have sufficient energy to investigate this dynamic town and set up together the ideal excursion perusing Bolzano’s beautiful road advertise. At that point we’ll scramble toward the Adriatic Sea, where we’ll exchange our transport for a vessel, and get a ship’s-eye-perspective of Venice before we go shorewards on the family-accommodating shoreline island of the Lido. Tonight we’ll have an introduction to our island-far from home, and supper together. Consider the Lido (2 evenings). Vessel: ½ hour. Transport: 7 hours. Strolling: light.
Day 9: Magical Maze of Venice (Amsterdam Germany Vacation)
Venice is a fast, 15-minute vaporetto ride from the Lido. At the beginning of today we’ll journey there for a mobile visit through the core of Venice. You’ll find out about the astonishing history of this novel, labyrinth like city of trenches, walkways, and gradually sinking royal residences. We’ll likewise visit a neighborhood veil making workshop to find out about the custom of Venetian covers. After a noteworthy take a gander at the gold-lined inside of St. Stamp’s Basilica, the evening is all yours. You may visit the Doge’s Palace — or essentially get lost (recall it’s an island) investigating Venice’s rear ways. Remain in Venice for supper and a gondola ride without anyone else — or make a beeline for the Lido ahead of schedule, to prepare on a bright shoreline and take a dunk in the Adriatic. Pontoon: ½ hour. No transport. Strolling: direct.
Day 10: To the Tuscan Countryside
Today we say “ciao Venezia” as we bounce back on board our transport and drive profound into the core of Italy. In transit, we’ll make a stop for some investigating and lunch alone. At that point we’ll proceed on our way through the Tuscan slopes to our comfortable farmland lodging, settled among the trees and vineyards. The adults will have sufficient energy to take a load off finished a glass of the nearby wine. The children will have a great time swimming and messing about in the pool. At the point when our stomachs start to roll we’ll assemble for today’s devour. Rest at a Tuscan agriturismo (2 evenings). Pontoon: ½ hour. Transport: 4 hours. Strolling: light.
Day 11: Hill Towns and Towers in Tuscany (Amsterdam Germany Vacation)
After breakfast we’ll take as much time as is needed travel to the slope town of San Gimignano, well known for its numerous medieval towers. We’ll visit an interesting historical center and earthenware production workshop where the specialists have meticulously made a scale model of the town — finish with every one of the 72 towers — as it was 600 years prior. You’ll have available time for lunch and to climb a pinnacle alone and wonder about how unaltered this town has remained. A couple of hours after the fact, back at our nation lodging, the evening is yours for relaxing, Tuscany-style. Before supper today around evening time, our gourmet expert will give us a hands-on showing of how Italians transform mixture into pasta. Transport: 2 hours. Strolling: direct.
Day 12: All Roads Lead to Rome
Toward the beginning of today we’ll visit the sixteenth century Gardens of Bomarzo, loaded up with overwhelming figures and gigantic statues, where dream and reality meet. At that point we’ll proceed to our last goal, the Eternal City of Rome. We’ll register with our lodging in the downtown area’s, and set aside a little opportunity to rest. At that point we’ll utilize Rome’s open transportation framework to achieve the most amazing working from antiquated Roman circumstances: the flawlessly domed, 2,000-year-old Pantheon. After a post-Pantheon break for supper all alone, we’ll meet for a walk together through the floodlit heart of the city, binding together enthusiastic person on foot paths, tasteful piazzas, and splashy wellsprings. Rest in Rome (2 evenings). Transport: 4 hours. Strolling: direct.
Day 13: Ancient Rome (Amsterdam Germany Vacation)
Today we’ll be transported back to the times of heads, slaves, and fighters. We’ll visit Rome’s renowned Colosseum and the close-by Roman Forum, where you’ll stumble over an indistinguishable stones from the Caesars completed 20 centuries before you (history class will never be the same)! We’ll set you free for lunch and the whole evening. This is a perfect time to take a maneuver to St. Diminish’s Basilica or the Sistine Chapel (the house of prayer is a piece of the Vatican Museums; reserve a spot ahead of time). Tonight we’ll assemble for our last supper on the visit, and toast our incredible enterprise together. No transport. Strolling: strenuous.
Day 14: Tour Over After Breakfast
Breakfast is given, yet there are no gathering exercises today. It’s a breeze to achieve Rome’s airplane terminal by taxi or open transportation. Your guide will assist you with any post-visit arranging, abandoning you very much arranged for the street ahead.