This exciting overview of the fascinating capital of Germany will begin with your pick-up at port in a comfortable A/C bus. You can sit back and relax as you enjoy the 3 hour transfer to Berlin on the German autobahn. Upon arrival in Berlin, you will be joined by your English speaking Berlin guide and you will begin your highlights driving tour (with photo stops) of the fascinating German capital of Berlin to include such sights as the Brandenburg Gate, Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie and others. At the end of your guided tour, you can again relax during your 3 hour transfer back to port via A/C bus.
• Day trip from Lindau or any other City at Lake Constance to the Säntis - 2502 meter • Travel by luxury Mini Van through the beautiful Appenzell region • See Switzerland, Germany , Austria , Liechtenstein France and Italy all at the same • Ride a cogwheel train from Schwägalp to the highest mountain of the Alpstein region • Admire the Swiss Alps from the Top at 2.502 m • Walk through sheltered viewing halls, viewing terraces, Säntisgipfel Panorama Restaurant • Explore Liechtenstein (Vaduz) between Switzerland and Austria on your way back • Stop at the Seebühne in Bregenz - biggest floating stage in the world • Enjoy commentary from your multilingual guide
Spend a day in Regensburg, one of the most beautiful towns in all of Germany. From history dating back to Roman times to the university town it is today, Regensburg is one of the most scenic and pleasant stops in Bavaria. This is a full day guided private tour including train tickets. Your guide will meet you at your Munich hotel, accompany you to Regensburg, give you a full tour, and return with you to Munich. Don't worry: if you want some free time to shop or relax, just ask! The tour can be tailored to your needs, whether that means seeing as much as possible or taking it easy.
Dresden is the capital of the German state of Saxony. It was the heart of the Wettin monarchy – a bastion of culture and architectural splendor in the north-east of Germany. The city also became notorious during the Second World War as the victim of savage Allied fire-bombing raids in February of 1945, which effectively wiped the city centre off the map.This 9-hour excursion drives you from Berlin to Dresden and back, and includes a tour of the city centre and free time for you to explore on your own.You will be met by your guide and your driver at your hotel in Berlin and then drive from Berlin to Dresden (circa 2.5 hours). Your guide will provide a commentary of any sites of significance you pass, and also background information to prepare you for your visit to the Saxon capital. When you reach Dresden you will be led on a walking tour of the city centre.You will have some time to explore more of Dresden on your own. Finally, you will be driven back to Berlin.
Shakhi City is one of the most ancient cities of Azerbaijan. It was also the Capital of the Shirvanshah Government between the 8th and 15th centuries. Shakhi City is also famous with its carpetmaking history, which hundreds of years old Shamakhi Carpets are exhibited in the museum of Turkey, Germany, and the USA. One of the most ancient mosques in Azerbaijan that survived until today is in Shamakhi. The mosque called Juma Mosque and dates back to year 743. You can also visit the 7 Gumbaz Mausoleum Complex to see the graves of the Royal family members of the kings of Shamakhi. Our tour included a Professional Licensed tour guide which will explain you the history of the City and will help you to understand the sites more deeply.
Enjoy the breathtaking landscape and bizzarre rock formations of the Bohemian Switzerland natural park with an experienced local guide - first while rafting or canoeing to Schmilka in Germany on the calm Elbe river flowingthrough the deepest sandstone canyon of Europe.Then it is time to stretch our legs a little! Let's change to the touring bikes waiting for us at the disembarkation point and ride back to Decin through the most beautiful part of the Elberadweg cycling track. The cycling track is mostly on the flat terrain + we can also arrange e-bikes (for an extra fee).We will also stop for a simple, yet delicious and refreshing lunch introducing the regional food. Your private driver will drive you safely from and to Prague in a comfortable Mercedes-Benz vehicle.
Travel back in time with your very own personal, expert local guide to the Amsterdam of WWII: a city bravely resisting Nazi Germany, where teenage heroine Anne Frank and her family were in hiding. Learn about Amsterdam’s incredibly rich Jewish history as you explore our city’s awe-inspiring Jewish Quarter, drinking in the stunningly moving and inspirational landmarks, monuments and statues. Immerse yourself in the raw emotion and indestructible hope of Anne Frank during the darkest days of the Second World War. This tour delves deep into the history of WWII from a uniquely Amsterdamian perspective. Learn all about the history of the brave Dutch Resistance, view important period monuments up close, such as the stunning Amsterdam Theatre, the poignant Auschwitz Memorial, the National War Memorial, Henri Andreessen’s evocative sculpture of Anne Frank, as well as the outside of the Anne Frank House itself.
Excursion of one day with private car and guide from Paris. Bruges history stretches back to the 9th century when it was founded by Vikings. The river Zwin linked the settlement to the North Sea and it very quickly became an important international trading port. In the 14th century, Bruges developed into the warehouse of the North-European Hanseatic cities. Several countries, such as Italy, Germany and Spain, had their own representation in Bruges, making it a truly European center where different languages could be heard daily and where exotic products could be found. Bruges wealth started to decline in the 15th century, when the larger harbour of Antwerp came to dominate and the cloth industry fell into decline. Art and architecture continued to flourish, however, with the construction of splendid late-gothic buildings and churches, and the Flemish painting school (including Anthony Van Dyck and Hans Memling) producing great works.
Left spellbound by the 2017 blockbuster ‘Darkest Hour’? Repeat the experience offscreen, with our new London tour. The movie bagged 6 nominations for Academy Awards and an Oscar for Best Actor Oldman. Our latest adaption will have you waxing eloquent too.Travel back to 1940 in a time machine (in one of our traditional London Black Cabs, which doubled up as fire engines in the World War 2). Your Private Driver Guide, an enthusiastic war historian, storms you through the violence of ‘The Blitz’. Feel the jitters as you visualise Nazi Germany threatening Western Europe and Great Britain’s very existence. Follow in the footprints of Winston Churchill and trace the turn of events from that unsettling era at Westminster and Whitehall.For an apt closure to a war-themed tour, pick Churchill War Rooms, Imperial War Museum or Warship HMS Belfast. Leave the headache of pre-ordering and pre-paying for skip-the-line tickets to our concierge team, while you have the time of your life.