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Berlin Germany Vacation Package

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Berlin Germany Vacation Package

Berlin Germany Vacation Package

Inclusions

  • • 02 Nights stay at Berlin
    • Daily Breakfast
    • Sightseeing as mentioned in the itinerary on Seat in Coach basis (no entrances included)
    • Return Airport Transfer

Berlin Germany Vacation Package

Exclusions

  • • Airfare and taxes (both international and domestic)
    • Any meals apart from the one mentioned in the itinerary
    • Any tours apart from the one mentioned in the itinerary
    • All personal expenses, optional tours and extra meals not mentioned in inclusions , tips, porterage, gratuities, laundry and phone calls
    • Govt. Service tax @ 5%
    • Any other services not mentioned in the inclusions or itinerary

 Itinerary

Day 1 – Arrive Berlin

Berlin Germany Vacation Package, Arrive in Berlin and get ready for a fun-filled holiday.  Once you arrive at the airport, get transferred to your hotel Welcome to Berlin. Spend the day relaxing and taking in the breath-taking sights the city has to offer. Berlin is a city of vibrant culture, fabulous architecture and remarkable history. Usually associated with the World War II, the city still has many historical monuments that go on to show how the city has been influenced by some of the greatest leaders in the history of Germany. • Overnight stay at the hotel

Berlin Germany Vacation Package

Day 2 – Berlin

 Wake up and grab a delicious breakfast at the hotel  Enjoy your day visiting the most famous attractions in Berlin. Visit the East Side Gallery, the world’s longest open-air gallery that is 1.3 km long and discover several years of history and art at this place. Walk through the Bernauer Strasse street and see the artwork on the Berlin Wall. Head to Mauerpark and relax in its serene atmosphere. Also, the Reichstag building and Berlin Dom or Berlin Cathedral are a not-to-miss here. Finally, visit the famous 18th century historical monument- Brandenburg Gate.

Berlin Germany Vacation Package

Day 3 – Berlin –

Wake up and grab a delicious breakfast at the hotel and check out to proceed forward.  Transfer to the city of Hamburg and kickstart your vacation here by visiting the Miniatur Wunderland, the world’s largest model railway. You can see the Hamburg Harbour and visit the Hamburg City Hall or Rathaus on this day. Also, St. Michael’s Cathedral, a Lutheran church, is among the architectural gems of Hamburg and a must-see. Late in the evening, you can visit Speicherstadt that is a warehouse complex with red gothic style buildings. Speicherstandt looks amazing past dusk when the buildings are lit, making it a sight worth witnessing. A fun fact about Hamburg is that the famous band- Beatles- were a regular performer in many nightclubs in the city.

Berlin Germany Vacation Package

Tourist places

Pergamon Museum

The Pergamon, the most visited of the Museum Island attractions, is also one of Berlin’s top tourist sites. It is home to three main galleries, each occupying a wing of the massive building, including the Middle East Museum, the Islamic Art Museum, and the Antiquity collection. The artifacts, which narrowly escaped harm during WWII, were collected by German archaeologists during the 19th and 20th centuries from excursions to Egypt, the Middle East, and Asia. Primarily focused on architectural marvels, including ornate façades and gates, some of the museum’s most famous pieces are the Ishtar Gate of Babylon, the Roman Market Gate of Miletus, and the Mshatta Façade.

Berlin Cathedral Church

Located on Museum Island next to the Lustgarten, the Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom) is one of the complex’s most imposing buildings, with a 75-meter-high dome. Built in the New Baroque style, the building is the largest church in Berlin and is divided into three main sections: the Memorial Church, the Baptismal and Nuptial Church, and the Parish Church. After decades of painstaking work to repair war damage, the church has been returned to its former glory, and highlights of a visit include the Imperial Staircase, decorated with bronze cornices and 13 tempera paintings by Berlin landscape painter Albert Hertel in 1905, and the Imperial Gallery with its splendid views of Berlin. Another popular feature is the Hohenzollern Crypt, which contains nearly 100 sarcophagi, coffins, and monuments from the 16th to 20th centuries. Try to time your visit for one of the cathedral’s many concerts or music services, and be sure to climb the 270 steps to the Dome for superb views over Museum Island. (English language guided tours are available.)

Day 4 – Departure

• All great holidays must end. Relish a yummy breakfast at the hotel and pack your bags and memories • Check-out from the hotel and get transferred to the airport for your onward flight.

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