In addition to the country's famous alpine peaks and Bavarian castles, you'll discover an array of culinary treats to sample on your German vacation.
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Guten tag! Welcome to Germany, a country blessed with many of Europe’s most incredible sights. Deutschland surprises its visitors with an endless array of natural beauty and man-made treasures. Visitors are drawn by the spectacular scenery, with rugged mountains, floral meadows, and winding rivers punctuated by elegant cities and delightful villages. And there are endless opportunities for exploration on our tours of Germany. Bavaria entices with its cheerful beer halls, fairytale Neuschwanstein, and medieval villages lined with half-timbered houses. Nuremberg inspires with heart-warming holiday traditions and wintertime festivities. And Berlin amazes with its mix of profound history and modern innovation.
Our collection of tours of Germany takes you to the heart of the action to experience the highlights and more. Whichever tour of Germany you choose you’ll enjoy eye-opening encounters, expert guides and special access to legendary sites. You’ll go beyond the guidebook with memorable insider experiences – like learning the secrets to making perfect German pastries, exploring King Ludwig’s chambers with a local specialist, or gaining insight into the ancient techniques of clock making. Whether you’re dreaming of sailing past castles on a luxury river cruise of the Rhine or joining the celebrations at Europe’s most enchanting Christmas markets, you’ll find the perfect tour of Germany and create memories you’ll always remember.
Germany is home to many of Europe's most famous Christmas markets. Share in the festive spirit as locals continue centuries-old traditions through-out the holiday season.
In 2020, the picturesque German alpine village of Oberammergau will once again host its world-famous performance of Passion Play. More than 1,500 Oberammergau villagers will participate in this dramatic event - a long-standing tradition that originated in 1634.