Berlin, Frankfurt & Munich
Germany’s big three
Ride the rail to three of Germany’s top cities: Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich! Immerse yourself in German culture as you explore iconic castles, medieval old towns, lush city parks and so much more.
- Begin in Berlin, Germany’s gritty yet glamorous capital. See the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin Wall, Reichstag, and more!
- Hop on the train from Berlin to the financial hub of Frankfurt, home to the European Central Bank.
- See the pages of a fairy tale come to life in Rothenburg, the best-preserved medieval town in Germany!
- Explore the Bavarian capital of Munich, setting of the famous Oktoberfest and home to countless beer halls.
- Walk through royal history at Neuschwanstein and Linderhof castles built by King Ludwig II, known as the Fairy Tale King.
Ride the rail through Germany’s iconic cities: Berlin, Munich, and Frankfurt! Arrive in Berlin and see the sights with ease using your 48-hour hop-on/hop-off bus pass. Take a selfie in front of Brandenburg Gate and climb to the top of Reichstag for panoramic views of the capital.
From Berlin, take the train south to Germany’s financial hub of Frankfurt. Stroll past half-timbered houses in the Old Town and glittering skyscrapers in the modern part of the city. Enjoy a day trip to Rothenburg, Germany’s quintessential fairy tale town.
End your vacation in Munich, the capital of Bavaria in southern Germany. Say “prost” with a frosty mug of beer at an old-fashioned beer hall and take a stroll in Marienplatz. Feel like royalty on a full-day tour of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof castles, the perfect ending to your Germany vacation.
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Say “guten Tag” to Germany’s capital, Berlin! Both gritty and glamorous, Berlin is bursting with vibrant culture, cutting-edge architecture, fabulous food, and fascinating history at every corner.
Check into your accommodation, then start exploring the city! Enjoy your first meal of bratwurst and German beer in a frosty mug.
Check In – Park Inn Alexanderplatz Hotel
BERLIN, GERMANY 4 out of 5 stars
Choose to stay under the colorful roof of the Park Inn Alexanderplatz in Berlin. Adorned with three restaurants, a spa, multiple bars, flat-screen TVs, and four stars, the tallest hotel in Berlin will not only accommodate but amaze. Standing right on Alexanderplatz Square, the Park Inn boasts marble bathrooms with power showers, heated floors, free WiFi, and air-conditioning.
With a fully-stocked fitness center, spa, sauna, and massages available, unwind and get all of your stress out, especially before picking out a classy place to wine and dine. To get a taste of local specialties, step into the Zillestube restaurant, or the Humboldt to expand your palette to international cuisine. You could also pull up a seat in the bar, lounge, or open kitchen.
Alexanderplatz Station is well within walking distance and offers transport by bus, tram, underground and S-Bahn rail links to all parts of Berlin. Surrounded by museums, architecture, and fantastic culture, a stay at the Park Inn is just what a trip to Berlin warrants.
Activate your 48-hour hop-on/hop-off bus tour of Berlin, which takes you across the city highlights from the Brandenburg Gate to Checkpoint Charlie.
Spend some time at the Berlin Wall Memorial, which extends 0.8 miles along Bernauer Strasse. The memorial contains the last piece of the Berlin Wall with the preserved grounds behind it, a chapel, escape tunnels, and a monument.
End the day with a romantic stroll over the Oberbaum Bridge and the River Spree, making sure to stop to admire the beautiful Berlin Cathedral.
Berlin Yellow Line Hop-on/Hop-off City Tour (48-hour ticket)
Discover Berlin with the City Circle Yellow tour and make the most of your Berlin adventure with this time- saving hop-on hop-off tour. You will see all the main attractions and landmarks around the city at which you can hop on and off at leisure. The yellow double-decker buses leave approximately every 10-15 minutes (depending on the season) from each of the 18 hop-on hop-off locations, and you can plan your individual sightseeing tour.
Continue using your hop-on/hop-off pass today, making stops at Berlin’s famous attractions. Pose for a photo at Brandenburg Gate, built in 1791 and symbolizing German reunification.
Then head to Reichstag, Germany’s parliament and one of its most iconic buildings. Its most distinctive feature, the glittering glass dome, is serviced by a elevator and offers fabulous 360-degree city views.
End the day at Museumsinsel (Museum Island), Berlin’s most important treasure trove, spanning 6000 years’ worth of art, artifacts, sculpture and architecture from Europe and beyond.
Say goodbye to Berlin as you head to the train station for your train south to Frankfurt! Upon arrival in Frankfurt, check into your accommodation then spend the rest of the day at leisure.
Frankfurt, located on the river Main, is a major financial hub that’s home to the European Central Bank. Head to Altstadt (Old Town) and stroll through Romerburg square. In December, the square hosts Frankfurt’s famous Christmas Market!
Train to Frankfurt!
Check In – Hotel Monopol
FRANKFURT, GERMANY 4 out of 5 stars
Relish a swanky stay in a 100-year old building standing proudly next to Frankfurt Central Station while still enjoying modern amenities. A stay at the Hotel Monopol includes access to a full American breakfast, international dishes and local specialties at the restaurant, complimentary coffee, tea, mineral water, fruits and cakes in the lobby, free Wi-Fi, complimentary local and international newspapers, free local calls, free sewing services, and use of business facilities.
Rooms are charming and feature a free minibar, a desk, satellite TV, a safe, and private bathrooms that include a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. Some sights are within easy reach as well, such as the Messe Frankfurt Exhibition, which is just over a half mile away, and the Frankfurt Airport is only a 15 minute S-Bhan train ride away.
Today, enjoy a 2-hour city tour taking you to Frankfurt’s highlights from Altstadt to St. Paul’s Church.
After the tour, consider a visit to Goethe House, the former home of writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe whose famous works include “Faust” and “The Sorrows of Young Werther.”
Frankfurt is home to an exciting array of world-class museums including Stadel Museum, which holds an outstanding collection of European art from masters including Durer, Rembrandt, Rubens, Renoir, Picasso and Cézanne.
Frankfurt Guided City Tour (2 hours)
Enjoy a city sightseeing tour and discover the diversity of historic and modern Frankfurt. You’ll see the most important sights of the former Coronation city of the German Emperors and the modern European Banking Center. See one of the largest European rail stations, the Museum Embankment, European Central Bank and the banking quarter with its skyscrapers – among them the biggest office buildings in Europe.
Walk across the historic heart of the city called “Römer” – the famous old city hall, Paul’s Church, and the Cathedral. See the “Hautpwache” – former headquarters of the city’s Stadtwehr militia, the shopping street “Zeil,” the Old Opera, the big towers of the former city wall, and the international fairgrounds.
Leave Frankfurt and journey approx. 2 hrs to the fairy tale town of Rothenburg on a guided tour! Considered Germany’s best-preserved walled town, Rothenburg is flanked by half-timbered buildings and cobblestone alleys.
Full-day tour to Rothenburg (8.5 hours)
Enjoy a journey back in time to the best-preserved medieval town in Germany! The tour leads you to Rothenburg ob der Tauber, located high above the Tauber River Valley on Germany’s Romantic Road. Begin with a sightseeing walk through the picturesque old lanes and the castle gardens, then head to St. Jacobs Church with the wood carved altar by Tilman Riemenschneider. Marvel at the half-timbered houses, city gates, and the mighty Renaissance Town Hall.
During your leisure time, visit the fascinating Medieval Crime Museum, Doll and Toy Museum, German Christmas Museum, and much more. Rothenburg also offers great souvenir-shopping opportunities. Buy carvings, wine glasses, Christmas tree ornaments and all kind of traditional handicrafts. Enjoy a traditional German meal and don’t forget to try a “Schneeball,” a local fried dough ball with different toppings.
Check out of your accommodation and head to Frankfurt train station for your train to Munich! The capital of Bavaria is famous for its annual Oktoberfest and beer halls, Marienplatz square, and iconic cathedral.
After settling into your accommodation, head to Viktualienmarkt, a sprawling daily food market in the Old Town. Pick up some tasty treats, then take in the sights of nearby Marienplatz, always buzzing with activity.
Train to Munich!
Check In – Hotel Regent
MUNICH, GERMANY 4 out of 5 stars
Facing the Munich Main Station is the elegant Hotel Regent, offering free Wi-Fi, beautiful decour, and a lovely stay. Guests can enjoy an daily international breakfast buffet, a cafe-bar offering snacks and drinks, and the use of conference rooms.
Rooms are bright and cheery, and include a minibar, satellite TV, ironing facilities upon request, and private bathrooms. Guests can easily access the Stachus Pedestrian Square for shopping and entertainment, and the Hauptbahnhof Station where underground trains, city trains, buses and trams can spirit you away to any part of Munich. A 25-minute trip could bring you to Neue Messe Exhibition Center, and a 40-minute trip will deliver you to Munich Airport.
Activate your 24-hour hop-on/hop-off buss pass and see the city’s highlights with ease. Make a stop at Hofbrauhaus, Munich’s oldest beer hall dating back to the 16th century. Take a seat at one of the long wooden tables and enjoy a frosty beer and traditional Bavarian meal!
Later, head to Residenz, Munich’s number one attraction. Home to Bavaria’s Wittelsbach rulers from 1508 until WWI, the former palace turned museum is a gilded royal wonderland.
Munich Express Circle Hop-on/Hop-off Tour (24-hour ticket)
The Express Circle Hop-on/Hop-off Tour is perfect for travelers with limited time and shows you the highlights of Munich in an open air double-decker buses.
You will see:
New Town Hall
Leave Munich today for a full-day tour to two of Bavaria’s enchanting castles, Neuschwanstein and Linderhof. Completed in 1886, they were the dream of King Ludwig II who unfortunately did not live long enough to see the castles opened.
Royal Castles of Neuschwanstein & Linderhof Tour
Hidden in the secluded Bavarian mountains, King Ludwig II built two of his dream castles: Neuschwanstein and Linderhof. This excursion shows you these two extraordinary places that live up to the vision of Bavaria’s Fairy Tale King.
Make a short stop in Oberammergau, then continue to the hilltop Neuschwanstein Castle that inspired Disney’s Sleeping Beauty castle. Spend approximately 4 hours touring the castle before traveling through scenic countryside to Linderhof, Ludwig’s rococo-style hunting lodge and last home with its fantastic grotto and Moorish pavilion.
Your three-city German adventure ends today. At the appropriate time, head to Munich airport for your flight home.