Tour 2: date still pending

7 days /6 nights
Berlin - Warnemünde (Baltic Sea) - Hamburg - Harz - Berlin

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Day 1: You will probably have arrived in Berlin a few days earlier. Please let us book a hotel and suggest tours. The bus will pick you up from your hotel (or from the airport, if you only arrive that morning). After a 2-hour bus tour, you will stop for lunch in Waren:. Enjoy a walk through the lovely old town,.while kids will visit the Mueritzeum, the largest freshwater aquarium in Germany. From here, it is only another hour to Rostock, Warnemünde. Your hotel is right on the beach and you can explore the lovely beach town on your own. The salt-water pool stays open til 10 pm.

Day 2: You will tour the famous peninsula Fischland-Darß. Young people will have the opportunity to spend a few hours on a sailing boat. The adults meanwhile will tour the sites: the fishermen’s church in Ahrenshoop, the typical houses in Born and the famous towns of Prerow and Zingst. We wil have lunch and on our return trip will stop at the Amber Museum in Ribnitz-Damgarten. The teenagers may want to design and cut their own amber. Back at the hotel, the evening will be free.

Day 3: After breakfast, check-out and drive to the historic city of Wismar, a UNESCO world heritage site. After a walk through the city, enjoy a nice lunch in a historic restaurant on market square. In the afternoon, we will reach Hamburg. A first tour of the city will give you a great impression of Germany's second largest city. Check-in to our hotel and enjoy the hotel pool. The evening will be free. We would be happy to purchase musical tickets for you (After New York and London, Hamburg is the third most important city for musicals in the world.)

Day 4: Those who aren't afraid may enjoy a tour of the Hamburger Dungeon, an exiting tour through 500 years of Hamburg history with real actors who try their best to give you a little scare. Others may instead enjoy a visit to the largest model railway in the world. Afterwards, everybody will get together for a harbor tour. In the afternoon, explore the city at your leisure.

Day 5: After breakfast, we will check out and be on our way again. Soon, the group will split: some may want to spend the day in the Heidepark, one of Germany's most exciting and largest amusement parks. Others may want to spend a more quiet day: drive through the Lüneburger Heide, a national park, by horse carriage. Or would you rather spend some hours at a golf course?
In the afternoon, the group will get back on the bus and reach the hotel in the Harz mountains for dinner (dinner will be included). Enjoy the great view from your hotel!

Day 6: In the morning, we will catch a steam-train for a fun drive to the top of Northern Germany’s highest peak, the Brocken (legend has it that this is the meeting point for Walpurgisnacht where witches come together to dance all night).
Enjoy a stunning view over the mountains! Walking down will be great fun, but of course you can also take the train back down. Afterwards we will drive into Wernigerodefor lunch and a walking tour of one of the nicest medieval cities in Northern Germany. In the afternoon, we will visit Thale where the kids can race a bob car down the hill. The adults can enjoy the great view over the most stunning rock formations north of the Alps. Return to the hotel in the evening.

Day 7: After breakfast, we will pack our bags but before driving back to Berlin, we will stop in Quedlinburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lunch will be included and we will return to Berlin by early evening. If you want to stay on, we will be happy to make hotel reservations for you.

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