Brandenburg Gate, Charlottenburg Palace and Potsdamer Platz are just a few of the sights you will see on this trip. We went to Eastern Europe cities Berlin, Prague, Vienna and Budapest in the first half of August. Holiday Aces arranged and managed the tour. It was an amazing experience, and we enjoyed every minute of our vacation.
Visit landmarks from the city’s Prussian, Imperial, Nazi, Cold War and modern eras, offering insight into the evolution of this fascinating German capital. Follow Unter den Linden along the Berlin Wall to reach the Brandenburg Gate. Check out the rebuilt Reichstag, the Holocaust Memorial, and then hear the incredible stories of Cold War Berlin at Checkpoint Charlie.
A little further afield, Neuschwanstein Castle is a great day trip, perched high above a valley in the hills. Munich’s diversity means that there is plenty to please even the most diverse of travelers. Let your curiosity guide you as you explore this unique German city. Berlin is a vibrant, multicultural city that’s rich with history and contemporary culture.
Shopping for chocolates and watches was excellent. My Classic Switzerland trip was amazing. This was my first Gate 1 trip, and I was solo. Of course the weather played a big part in this trip. Having investigated the weather for each stop beforehand indicated we would have rain, rain, and more rain.
Enjoy a guided tour of the historic centre, which dates largely to the 14th century and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. As you stroll along cobbled streets, trace the city’s evolution over the centuries according to architectural style. This includes the Middle Ages through the present. This evening, opt to watch the sunset from a lively beer garden on the banks of the Vltava River. As the largest country in Central Europe, Germany is indeed a treasure to discover.
Your walking tour of Berlin also includes a complimentary city map and guidebook. Noel did an excellent job keeping everything organized and on time. He was very friendly and easy to deal with.
Come hungry, as in addition to many memorable local beers, you’ll enjoy snacks from pretzels to a rich traditional Brotzeit platter. We all know what an important role Berlin had played during WWII. If you walk on the streets of this well-known capital, you can still find shell holes and shrapnel scars from the war’s last major battle in Europe. The city is now a focal point for commemorating WWII, particularly at the memorial to Jewish victims in the Holocaust or the Reichstag Building. We recommend visiting the small museum beneath the Jewish Holocaust memorial, reserving a free ticket to climb the glass dome atop the Reichstag. If