Discover Historic Berlin, Marvellous Munich and Captivating Cologne in this 8 day trip around Germany. Visit historic sight's such as the Berlin Wall, The Brandenburg Gate, The Palace of Nymphenburg and St Matins Church.
After taking the Eurostar from London St Pancras to Brussels, you'll connect with the ICE train to Cologne and then on to Berlin.
Relax and absorb Berlin's unique atmosphere with a stroll through the city streets or pay a visit to Berlin's oldest park; Tiergarten.
Whilst in Berlin, why not take the short journey to Potsdam? This wonderful city is home to the crowning glory of the Prussian monarchy; the Sanssouci Palace.
Today leave Berlin and continue to Munich. Begin your time in Munich with a stroll to Marienplatz, Munich's charming main square. Here you'll find the Neo-Gothic New Town Hall and the famous Glockenspiel.
A guided tour is a great way to see many of Munich's attractions including the Palace of Nymphenburg and the impressive Olympic Park.
Today continue your journey onwards and leave Munich for Cologne. Cologne's famous twin-spired cathedral dominates the city's skyline and is home to The Shrine of the Three Magi, which according to legend, contains the bones of the Three Wise Men.
Cologne's Old Town is the heart and soul of the city, enveloped by a ring of parks and promenades. Here you'll discover gems such as the Roman church of Great St. Martin and the historic Town Hall.
Today leave Cologne for your return journey to London St Pancras via Brussels.
The itinerary above is just a suggestion and you are free to make adjustments to suit your exact requirements. Please call 01904 734 358 to speak to one of our Tailor-Made Holiday Specialists about tailoring your holiday with GRJ independent.
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The high speed Eurostar trains link St Pancras International in London with Paris and Lille in France as well as Brussels in Belgium.
Eurostar's Standard Class coaches feature two seats on either side of the central aisle, most of which is arranged in an 'airline' seating configuration with drop down tray tables. There are two tables for four per carriage. Passengers travelling in Eurostar Standard Class coaches can take advantage of the Bar-Buffet which sells a range of snacks, meals, hot and cold drinks - including Champagne!
The highest class of Eurostar travel available for leisure customers is Standard Premier Class. In your dedicated Standard Premier carriage you'll find a less dense seat configuration, meaning the seats are larger and you have ample space to relax and stretch out. As part of the service you'll enjoy complimentary drinks and refreshments, served at your seat by friendly, helpful waiting staff.
For the class of travel used on your chosen tour, please refer to the 'What's Included' section of the tour page.
Probably one of Europe's finest high speed trains, the jewel in German Rail's crown is the InterCityExpress or ICE.
Linking all Germany's major cities and selected destinations outside Germany, the ICE trains offer some of the most comfortable and well-designed accommodation around, so you can really get the most out of your journey. All trains either have a BordBistro car serving light refreshments or a BordRestaurant serving full meals, and on some services a selection of dishes can also be served at your seat.
Several sections of new purpose-built track have been built in recent years, allowing the latest generation of ICE trains to hit their maximum speed of up to 186mph (300km/h) and cutting journey times dramatically.
This tour may be suitable for reduced mobility passengers, please call for further information.
We offer a selection of upgrades and 'add-ons' designed to help you make the most of your holiday - and make it even easier!
Please call one of our Tour Advisors on 01904 734 358 to discuss upgrading your rail travel to First Class and/or upgrading your hotel to a 5-star option.