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Gain insight into the Holocaust of World War II on this half-day tour of Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site from Munich. Travel by train and bus to the memorial site, and take a guided tour of the compound, a place of memorial and education dedicated to the thousands who were imprisoned and lost their lives there between 1933 and 1945. Learn how Dachau provided a model for all Nazi camps, and see the exhibitions and memorials, together with the reconstructed barracks and cells, as your guide provides illuminating, informative and sensitive commentary.
Enjoy Oktoberfest in Munich with this 7-hour experience that includes a Munich city tour and a guaranteed spot inside a tent. Beginning with a 1.5-hour walking tour, learn about the city’s history and brewing customs, and hear about the 200-year-old festival at Theresienwiese. Then take a seat at your reserved place in one of the major Oktoberfest beer tents, where you’ll receive two liters of beer and chicken.
Take a trip to Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site on this private, half-day tour from Munich. Dachau was the first Nazi concentration camp in Germany and it served as a model for all the other camps that followed it. See various parts of the facility — including the 'Arbeit macht frei' gateway and the administration headquarters — and explore the museum with a guide. You'll benefit from personalized attention while gaining insight into the site's past.
Step into the fairy-tale world of Bavaria and visit majestic castles, alpine lakes and medieval towns on this full-day tour from Fussen. Enjoy skip-the-line entrance to the dreamy Neuschwanstein Castle, famously the inspiration for Disney’s Sleeping Beauty castle. Then, visit Linderhof Castle, another of King Ludwig II’s magnificent castles, and Hohenschwangau Castle, the ‘Mad King’s’ childhood home. That’s not all: stop off to admire the colorful painted houses of Oberammergau and take in views of the Austrian Alps and Lake Plansee.
It can be overwhelming to research and plan an itinerary to see multiple dispersed attractions in one day. This day trip from Salzburg takes the stress out of planning by having everything organized for you. After a hotel pickup, you’ll travel to the Obersalzberg region, and see the Berghof ruins. Explore the Eagle’s Nest, Golling Waterfalls, and the Castle of Werfen. You’ll have plenty of time to explore independently, and find a spot for lunch too.
Neuschwanstein Castle, the fairy tale castle on which Disney’s Cinderella castle is based, is a must-see when in Bavaria. Because it is so popular, this skip-the-line tour is essential for making the most of your time; no need to worry about tickets, lines or parking. Enjoy a comprehensive tour of the castle with a professional guide. Make your day unique with a horse-drawn carriage ride and a scenic walk around Lake Alpsee. Excellent opportunities for fantastic pictures at the castle, Mary’s Bridge and the lake.
Learn how a sleepy medieval trade center became a cutting-edge financial capital on this in-depth walking tour of Frankfurt. Highlights include half-timbered houses and a 13th-century church, the birthplace of the writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, and the spot where German kings and emperors were once coronated. Tours depart every hour, so you’ll be sure to find a time to fit your schedule.
Gain a deeper understanding of the Holocaust on a private tour to the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial. Meet your guide at your Munich hotel, then travel by included train transportation to the former camp. Listen to stories about individual survivors, learn this history of the camp, and more. You set the pace of the tour and can ask as many questions as you like for a more immersive experience.
Meeting point: in front of the Town Hall or Meeting Point at hotel possible if central, without extra chargeDuration: 2hMaximum 25 participants per GuideYou will see: • Town Hall • Cathedral Ulm Minster • The Dolphin Fountain • Butchers Tower • Fishermen’s Quarter • The Crooked House • Neu Ulm You will learn about: • The history of the city • The most crooked house in the world • The leaning tower of Ulm • The highest church steeple in the world • One of the most beautiful fountains of Germany • Albert Einstein • Guinness Book of Records building
Meetingpoint: in front of the Mangturm, on the promenade or Meeting Point at hotel possible if central, without extra charge Duration: 1.5h Maximum 25 participants per GuideYou will see: • Mangturm Tower • The Harbor • The Lighthouse • The Bavarian Lion • Maximilian Street • The Thieves Tower • Fools Fountains • The Old Town Hall • Museum "Haus zum Cavazzen" • Church of St. Stephan • Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady
Meeting point: by the Seagulls' Fountain in the New Market Square or Meeting Point at hotel possible if central, without extra chargeDuration: 2hMaximum 25 participants per GuideYou will see: • Town Hall • Seagull’s Fountain • St. Mary’s Church • St. Petri Church • Old City Fortification • Regional Court • University Square You will learn about: • The history of the city • The name of the city • Its importance as member of the Hanseatic League • The bombings during the WWII
Meetingpoint: in front of the Old Town Hall or Meeting Point at hotel possible if central, without extra chargeDuration: 2hMaximum 25 participants per GuideYou will see: • Old Town Hall • Auerbach’s Keller • Mädler Passage • St. Thomas Church • Bach Museum • Nikolai Church • Augustus Square • University • Krochhochhaus, first high-rise • Concert Hall • Ross Square • New Town Hall
The former home of composer Richard Wagner, Bayreuth is host to a surfeit of monuments and scenic architecture—and this private tour offers a simple way to see the highlights. Pick your own meeting time, and find your guide in the city center. You’ll see the Richard Wagner Museum, the Margravial Opera House (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Kunstmuseum Bayreuth (a modern art museum) and more. As you go, learn all about the city’s rich history.
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Explore Dusseldorf on foot during this short, guided, private walking tour of the city that is totally customizable. Let your guide set a route that meanders through Old Town, along the Rhine Promenade, to Saint Lambertus church and more, or work together to plan a personalized itinerary and route based on your interest in history, WWII, King Wilhelm IV, and architecture.
Meeting point: in front of Kurhaus (Spa House), or Meeting Point at hotel possible if central, without extra chargeDuration: 1.5hMaximum 25 participants per GuideYou will learn about: • The history of the city • Wiesbaden’s many historic spots • Thermal waters • The importance of the oldest spa towns in Europe with 26 • Fyodor Dostoevsky’s huge debts at the city’s gambling tables in the 1860s, which inspired his masterpiece, The Gambler. • Duke Adolf of Nassau • European headquarters of the US Army
Meetingpoint: Coach Parking Lane Isartor, Thomas Wimmer Ring 3 or Meeting Point at hotel possible if central, without extra charge Duration: 2h Maximum 25 participants per GuideYou will see: • Old and new Town Hall • Glockenspiel • Cathedral Frauenkirche • Viktualienmarkt: Farmers market • Hofbräuhaus • Max-Joseph square with Opera House and Royal Palace Residenz • Odeons Square with view of Siegestor, Arch of Triumph • Maximilian Street, designers street
Get acquainted with Passau, the scenic German-Austrian border city, with a private guide. Offering the perfect intro to the city, the tour showcases Passau’s highlights and history in just a couple of hours. As you explore with your personal group and guide, you’ll learn about the three rivers that converge on the city, see one of the largest church organs in Europe, and hear tales of the Empress Sisi and her links to the city.
Meeting point: in front of Schwerin Castle or Meeting Point at hotel possible if central, without extra chargeDuration: 2hMaximum 25 participants per GuideWelcome to Schwerin, the city surrounded by 7 lakes, the smallest land capital of Germany. Under 100 000 inhabitants this town holds history from the 10th century. Schwerin was first mentioned in 1018 and was granted city rights in 1160. It is known for its romantic Schwerin Palace, crowning an island in the Lake Schwerin. The city also has a largely intact old town, suffering only minor damage during World War II. In this tour you will discover the highlights of the area Schwerin, walk its beautiful streets and learn more about its history by visiting the impressive Schwerin Castle.
See the German city surrounded by the country’s largest wine region during this private, guided walking tour of Stuttgart. Take in the city’s culture and atmosphere at the King Street shopping district and visit places like the rail station and City Market Hall taking in the sights as you wander from place to place. Learn about Stuttgart’s history as well as its modern culture and arts scene.
Meeting point: at Siegfriedsbrunnen or Meeting Point at hotel possible if central, without extra charge Duration: 2h Maximum 25 participants per GuideYou will see: • Siegfried’s Fountain • Cathedral of Saint Peter • Heylshof Garden • Luther’s Monument • Winzer Fountain • Rashi Synagogue • Jewish Quarter • Nibelungen MuseumYou will learn about: • The history of the city • The myths and legends of Nibelung • Diet of Worms, an imperial court that banished Martin Luther • Important center of Jewish theology in the Middle Ages • Rabi Rashi • Europe’s oldest Jewish cemetery with tomb stones • Wine producing city • Architectural style Nibelung
Meetingpoint: in front of the Imperia Statue, in the Marina or Meeting Point at hotel possible if central, without extra chargeDuration: 2hMaximum 25 participants per GuideYou will see: • The Marina • The Imperia Statue • Council Building • Jesuit Church • Town Theatre • Constance Church • Old Town • Triumph of Satire fountain • The Town Hall • Stephens Church • Marktstaette fountainYou will learn about: • History of the city • The story of the Imperia Statue • The late Roman fortress Constantia • Pope Martin V • Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin, inventor of the zeppelin
Meetingpoint: in the market square or Meeting Point at hotel possible if central, without extra chargeDuration: 2hMaximum 25 participants per GuideYou will see: • Market Square • Democracy Square • Anna Amalia’s Library • Park an der Ilm • Goethe’s House on Frauenplan. • Friedrich Schiller’s House You will learn about: • The history of the city • Weimar Classicism. • Friendship and intense creative association between the two artists • Walter Gropius and the Bauhaus movement • Duchess of Anna Amalia • The Weimar Republic
Picturesque Heidelberg, located on the banks of the river Neckar, has inspired artists, students, and writers for centuries. Learn what makes the city so unforgettable on this in-depth walking tour, which covers the Old Town, the Student Jail, the University, and Charles Bridge. Tours depart every hour, so you’ll be sure to find a time to fit your schedule.