10-Day Central Europe Tour with Indian Food: Berlin to Zurich. Join us on a 10-day journey from Berlin to Zurich with visits to Prague, Innsbruck, and Rhine Falls. Indian meals included. Airport pick-up in Berlin.
• Museum Island
• Brandenburg Gate
• Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
• Berlin Wall
• Prague Old Town Square
• Prague Castle
• Vltava River
• BMW Museum
• Neuschwanstein Castle
• Rhine Falls
• Grindelwald First
Top attractions in Berlin
Here are some top attractions in Berlin you could visit and enjoy. There are, of course, dozens of attractions and landmarks in Berlin worth visiting and learning about the history of this amazing city.
Brandenburg Gate is one of the most important landmarks in Berlin. It is both a landmark and an emblem of the city with over two hundred years of history.
Reichstag building was completed in 1894, following German national unification and the formation of the German Reich in the 1871. During the course of the 20th century the Reichstag suffered...
The Berlin Wall Memorial commemorates the Berlin Wall division, and the deaths that took place there. In 1998 the Federal Republic of Germany and the Federal State of Berlin created...
Berlin and Germany travel guides
Berlin is a perfect mix of history, culture and modern, dynamic life events. Its turbulent history in 20th century through Second World War and later being divided during Cold War era left behind reminders such a Holocaust museum and Berlin...
Germany is a country in Western Europe. It stretches in the south from Austria and in the north to North and Baltic Sea. This is a country of beautiful and diverse landscapes of forests, mountains and rivers. Its capital, Berlin, is a modern city with waste cultural heritage and bustling...
Top hotels in Berlin
Berlin has dozens of hotels of various star ratings, together with other lodging solutions, such as guest houses, hostels, and Airbnb. Bellow are some top hotel recommendations from our website. For a general hotel search, check the form at the bottom of this page or our hotel booking page.
Sofitel Berlin Gendarmenmarkt Hotel is a popular choice amongst travelers in Berlin, whether exploring or just passing through. The hotel has all necessary amenities needed for your comfortable stay. Property...
Centrally located in Berlin’s fashionable Mitte neighborhood, Gorki Apartments are surrounded by numerous restaurants, cafés, galleries and shops. The elegantly furnished apartments allow guests to relax. The accommodations are housed...
Offering luxurious rooms, an exclusive spa and 2 restaurants with stunning views of the German Cathedral, this centrally located Hilton Berlin is in the historic Gendarmenmarkt Square. Directly on the...
Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Berlin
The peak season for flights to Berlin is February, March and December. The low season for purchasing tickets is June, September and October.
Berlin is served by these airports: Brandenburg and Tegel Airport. Direct flights to Berlin are offered by 60 airlines. Most flights are with Access Rail. Direct flights from Berlin, United States are airlines: American Airlines, United Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Canada, KLM and Air France from New York and Philadelphia.
Berlin and Germany attractions and landmarks
Here are some of the most popular attractions and landmarks in Berlin and in Germany.
Day 1: Berlin
Willkommen in Berlin!
We’ll wait for you to transfer you to the hotel upon arrival at the airport. Our guide is waiting for you and will provide all the information you need.
Day 2: Berlin
Facilitate your way into the local culture with a guided tour of Berlin. We are going to visit the historic centre, Museum Island, the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gates and the beautiful parks of the city. We begin our tour by stopping in the Holocaust Memorial and the Museum of the Berlin Wall.
This visit helps us understand the difficult situation in the twentieth century that the town endured.
Spend an Indian meal in the evening.
Day 3: Berlin – Dresden – Prague
We ride through the forests towards Dresden, a city which has become one of Germany’s main tourist attractions due to its outstanding architectural and artistic heritage. Time to explore some of the impressive palaces and have lunch at one of its many coffee shops and restaurants.
We’ll leave for Prague later.
We have transport at the end of the afternoon to carry yo to Old Town Square. This central location is brimming with energy and tourism. It is a wonderful place to get acquainted with Prague.
Day 4: Prague
We are visiting the city today which is Europe’s Baroque jewel. Our local expert will provide an insightful tour of the city, which will include the exceptional monuments.
We walk around Prague Castle during the tour (including admission). We will then take a spectacular river boat ride. Open time to explore Prague by the afternoon.
We enjoy time in the historic center of town during the evening.
Day 5: Prague – Munich – Innsbruck
We will leave early and arrive in Munich at midday for travel to Bavaria.
We will visit the futuristic BMW Welt with its stunning architecture and multi-use BMW exhibition next to the Olympiapark, the iconic German vehicles brand.
After that, lunch time and a walk through the historic centre. We will fly to Austria in the afternoon.
Arrival to Innsbruck in the evening.
Day 6: Innsbruck
Start your day with the discovery of the Swarovski Museum, the renowned home of crystals. We will visit their impressive crystal room. We’ll visit its beautiful gardens and learn how crystal parts are created.
Next, time to walk around Innsbruck’s historic centre.
Day 7: Innsbruck – Zugspitze – Highline179 – Marienbrucke – Feldkirch
We’ll be enjoying a stage full of excitement today. Accessing from the Austrian side, Zugspitze is one of the frontiers between Germany and Austria. We’ll go to the top of Germany’s highest mountain via modern (included) Zugspitze cableway.
We can see a panoramic of the snowy mountain tops from 4 countries on fine days!
Then, we’ll fly to Reutte to cross Highline179, the world’s longest rope footbridge (including entry).
Afterwards we cross the Marienbrucke bridge over the gorge to see Neuschwanstein, one of Europe’s most famous castles.
We go on to Feldkirch.
Day 8: Feldkirch – Mainau – Stein am Rhein – Rhine Falls – Zurich
We continue our day between Germany and Switzerland, by Lake Constance. Until visiting Mainau Island (pedestrian bridge access) with its beautiful botanical garden (entry included) we will have time for a stroll through the city centre.
Next, again in Switzerland, we’re going to take a walk in Stein am Rhein, a traditional Rhein River village with precious houses with painted walls. We will also visit Rhine Falls (entry included), the most prolific flowing waterfalls in Europe.
At the end of the day, arrive in Zurich.
Day 9: Zurich – Grindelwald – Interlaken – Lucerne – Zurich
The stage today has beautiful countryside with high mountains and lakes. Stunning scenery. Grindelwald where we will have time for a coffee before going to Grindelwald First by cable car (ticket included).
We’re going to walk along the path (30 minutes) where we can take “footbridge over the null” among the fantastic scenery enjoying glaciers around us. (Vegetarian option available) Lunch included.
After that we continue towards Lucerne, one of the most beautiful cities in Switzerland, after a short stop in Interlaken.
Time to walk, enjoy the city and dine at the end of the day, before returning to Zurich hotel.
Day 10: Zurich
After breakfast, we’ll check out and say farewell to Zurich and our trip.