Day 1

Arrive at Munich International airport. Transfer to hotel. Munich, Bavaria’s capital, is home to centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. The city is known for its annual Oktoberfest celebration and its beer halls, including the famed Hofbräuhaus, founded in 1589. In the Altstadt (Old Town), central Marienplatz square contains landmarks such as Neo-Gothic Neues Rathaus (town hall), with a popular glockenspiel show that chimes and reenacts stories from the 16th century.

Marvel at Munich’s monuments, parks, and famous beer halls on a hop-on hop-off bus tour. Combine the ease of a tour with the flexibility of independent travel and see the city sights at your own pace with a 24- or 48-hour pass. The 1-hour route passes all the city’s most popular attractions including the Nymphenburg Palace, Odeonsplatz, and Olympic Park. Listen to the on-board audio commentary or jump off to explore the English Garden, stroll around lively Marienplatz, or enjoy a beer (own expense) at the legendary Hofbräuhaus beer hall.

Day 2

Admire the countryside, castles, and villages of Germany’s Romantic Road on a day trip from Munich. Enjoy a coach drive along the iconic Road, a famously picturesque route through Bavaria’s mountains and forests. Stop at 11th-century Harburg Castle, one of Germany’s oldest fortifications, and continue to Rothenburg, a beautifully preserved medieval town of cobbled lanes, squares, and half-timbered houses. See top attractions such as the Renaissance-era Town Hall and St Jakob’s Church, enjoy free time to wander, have lunch (own expense), and browse the famous year-round Christmas shop.

Day 3

Witness the fairy tale castles of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof, created by Germany’s 19th-century King Ludwig II, on a day trip from Munich. Traveling by air-conditioned coach, admire Bavaria’s magnificent scenery as you journey to Linderhof, Ludwig’s rococo-style hunting lodge and last home. Join an optional interior tour and then continue to Neuschwanstein, a picture book clutch of turrets and chambers that inspired Disney’s Sleeping Beauty castle. Enjoy free time in nearby Hohenschwangau village for lunch and to explore Neuschwanstein’s grounds, and take an optional castle tour. Entrance fees not included.

Day 4

Two world-class spas: Friedrichsbad and Caracalla Therme. The two spas are operated by the same organization and are located only meters apart, but they offer completely different experiences and cater to completely different audiences. Friedrichsbad is a Roman-Irish bathhouse . Why separate men and women? Because Friedrichsbad, like most other German spas, is a strictly enforced “textile-free” zone where no clothing is permitted. If you’re not familiar with textile-free spas it can seem a little bit strange.

Caracalla Therme is modern . You can purchase admission to Caracalla Therme by the hour (up to three hours) or for the entire day, and you can choose whether or not to include the sauna facilities in your ticket In the battle between Friedrichsbad and Caracalla Therme, Caracalla Therme is Baden-Baden’s clear winner.

Day 5

Europa -Park is the largest theme park in Germany, and the second most popular theme park resort in Europe, following Disneyland Paris. Europa-Park is located in Rust, in south-western Germany, between Freiburg and Strasbourg. amusement park with thrill & family rides in themed areas, plus live shows.

Day 6

Transfer by train to Stuttgart. Arrive & check in at the hotel. Later visit Mercedes Museum. The Mercedes-Benz Museum is an automobile museum in Stuttgart, Germany. It covers the history of the Mercedes-Benz brand and the brands associated with it. Stuttgart is home to the Mercedes-Benz brand and the international headquarters of Daimler AG.

Opening hours.–Tuesdays to Sundays 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., closed on Mondays Mercedesstraße 100, 70372 Stuttgart

Tickets. Day ticket regular: 10 €, reduced: 5 €. Free entry for children (up to and including the age of 14).

Day 7

Take a train to Cologne. Arrive take a visit to Cologne Cathedral- Cologne Cathedral is a Catholic cathedral in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Cologne and of the administration of the Archdiocese of Cologne. It is a renowned monument of German Catholicism and Gothic architecture and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1996.

Later take Cologne All-inclusive Evening Cruise- Take a leisurely dinner cruise along the city’s dazzling waterfront! Spend three hours floating along the Rhine River, savoring delicious regional cuisine and listening to music spun by a live DJ. Stroll the deck at sunset, indulge in a freshly prepared buffet and complimentary drinks, and take in beautifully illuminated sights such as Hohenzollern Bridge and Cologne Cathedral after dusk.

Day 8

Transfer to Dusseldorf airport for your return flight.


  • Return airfare Ex –
  • One time visa charges
  • Overseas Medical Insurance
  • Stay as mentioned.
  • Sightseeing as mentioned
  • German Rail Pass – 4 days in one month


  • Any increase in the airfare at the time of issuing tickets
  • Any meals
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Any other expenses which are specifically not mentioned

Full Name: Federal Republic of Germany. In German, it is known as Deutschland
Capital City: Berlin
Time Zone : + 1 GMT & + 4 Hours 30 Minutes ISD
Language: German, English is widely spoken.
Religion: Christianity.
Currency: Euro
ROE: 1 Euro approximately makes 79 INR
Electricity: 230 Volts
Climate: Germany’s climate is temperate and marine, with cold, cloudy winters and warm summers and in the south occasional warm föhn wind. The greater part of Germany lies in the cool/temperate climatic zone in which humid westerly winds predominate. … Winters there are relatively mild and summers comparatively cool.
Shopping: Christmas ornaments, A bit of the Berlin Wall, Ampelmännchen (Little Light Men), Beer steins, Sauerkraut juice.
ISD Code : +49
Airport: There are a total of 36 international airports in Germany. Out of that, some important airports are Frankfurt Airport, Munich Airport. Düsseldorf Airport. Berlin Airport. Cologne-Bonn Airport. Frankfurt-Hahn Airport. Hamburg Airport. Stuttgart Airport.
Indian Restaurants:
Little India Restaurant—Glauburgstraße 6, 60318 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Indian Tandoori Chilli Restaurant – Weserstraße 13, 60329 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Royal India Restaurant -Westendstraße 117, 80339 München, Germany
Indian Mango -Zweibrückenstraße 15, 80331 München, Germany
Delhi 6– Friedrichstraße 237, 10969 Berlin, Germany
India Club Berlin – Behrenstraße 72, 10117 Berlin, Germany


Free-tuition universities, high-quality education, and cultural diversity are highlights of Germany.
One-third of Germany is covered in forests and woodlands.
Germany is a member of the European Union.
There are over 2100 castles in Germany.
There are over 1,500 different beers in Germany.
Berlin has the largest train station in Europe
Germany is one of the world’s leading book nations. Publishing around 94,000 titles every year. The first magazine ever seen was launched in 1663 in Germany.
German is the most widely taught third language across the world. German remains the language with the most native speakers in Europe. Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Luxembourg, and Liechtenstein have German as the official language.
The world’s narrowest street is in Reutlingen. It is called Spreuerhofstrasse and is 31 cm (one foot) wide at its narrowest point.
Taxis in Germany are Mercedes.
In Germany, there’s no punishment for a prisoner who tries to escape from jail because it is a basic human instinct to be free.


Indian National requires a Schengen visa to travel to Germany. Indian citizens need to apply for a Schengen visa. Visa is issued by the consulate of Germany located in New Delhi. You must have more than 6 month’s validity on your passport from the intended date of return. Return air ticket, Bank Statements, Travel itinerary & hotel booking is required

Travel Insurance is mandatory for visa

Do dress appropriately. One of the most essential tips for your visit to Germany is to follow the rules and to be punctual.
Do not walk on bicycle paths
Return the bottles to the supermarket as there is a return fee (Pfand) on plastic and glass bottles. Recycling is crucial in Germany.

Making jokes about the Nazis will get you nothing but antipathy. These jokes might be funny in some countries around the world but in Germany, they are absolute no-goes.
You should also know that the left lane on a de-restricted Autobahn is for fast drivers and fast drivers only. If you are not comfortable driving at least 160kph (100mph), do not even enter the left lane.
Nearly all road and shop signs are exclusively in German. Knowing words like Apotheke (pharmacy), Supermarkt (supermarket), Bahnhof (train station), Arztpraxis (medical office), and Polizeistation (police station) may therefore become life-saving. On this basis, one of the best tips for your visit to Germany is to learn a bit of German and not to expect everyone to speak English.
Do keep cash with you as at many places cards are not accepted
All the business organizations, schools & educational institutions are closed on Sundays.
While tipping is not strictly mandatory in Germany, it is expected if the service was satisfactory.

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