6-Day France and Germany Tour Package: Paris to Frankfurt with Airport Transfers. Ever wanted to visit three countries in one go? Now’s your chance with this six day tour of Germany, Luxembourg, and France.
- Arc de Triomphe
- Place de la Concorde
- Champs Elysees
- Eiffel Tower
- Palace of Versailles
- Our Lady of Reims Cathedral
- Porta Nigra
- Romer Platz
- Alte Oper
Day 1: Paris airport transfer
Each reservation is only permitted for one free airport transfer on Day 1 (7:00 am-10:00 pm) in compliance with EU regulations. We will have an additional charge of EUR 18.00 / per person per way out of this phase, based on a minimum of 2 Pax. We will take the Airport Transfer plan 4 hours prior to the flight departure time.
If the departure time is earlier than 11:00 a.m., there will be additional costs, since the driver must pick you up before 7:00 a.m. This service is for the convenience only reason, you can also make it or by your own arrangement.
This is a mutual transfer and you can combine your pick-up/drop-off with fellow travelers.
Day 2: Paris – Versailles – Paris
With a drive along the famous Champs Elysees to the Place de la Concorde, which played a key role in one of the darkest chapters of the French Revolution, we will begin our Paris adventure. You will get to see the famous Arc de Triomphe as well. Next, we’ll go to the Hotel National des Invalides, which is home to the tomb of Napoleon and a number of other monuments linked to France’s military past.
Next, we will ride by coach through the suburbs of Paris to the majestic Palace of Versailles, the residence of the royal family before the revolution began in 1789. In the evening, we’ll return to Paris. You may want to take advantage of an optional cruise along the River Seine after dinner.
Day 3: Paris
The second day of our Paris experience starts with a visit to the Louvre, the art museums’ grand dame. Here you will set your sights on some of the world’s most precious masterpieces, including the Venus of Milo, Samothrace’s Winged Triumph, and the Mona Lisa. We’ll go to Boulevard Haussmann after lunch, a shopping paradise in the heart of Paris, where you’ll be able to shop until you drop off.
Evening accommodation will be available in either Paris or a neighboring city. Do not skip the world-famous cabaret shows at the Lido and Moulin Rouge (optional) before you leave this captivating area.
Day 4: Paris – Reims – Luxembourg
We will venture out of Paris and into the rolling countryside of Champagne after breakfast, popular all over the world for its sparkling white wine. For the taking in Reims, where every king from the 11th century on was formally anointed, a hefty dose of history, tradition, and architecture is yours. Our last stop on this day in Luxembourg, the last remaining Grand Duchy in the country. The Adolphe Bridge, Place de la Constitution and the Alzette River Valley are among the highlights. In Luxembourg or a neighboring city, we will stay overnight.
Day 5: Luxembourg – Trier – Koblenz – Frankfurt
Our first stop is historic Trier, the oldest city in Germany and the former capital of the Roman Empire of the West. Trier is also the birthplace of the pioneer of Communist theory, Karl Marx. We can visit his former home, which now houses the museum of the Karl Marx Haus.
We will make our way to Porta Nigra, the largest and most well-preserved gateway to the Roman region, north of the Alps, after a lesson in ideology. We will travel to Koblenz, a city at the confluence of the Rhine and Mosel Rivers, after an exciting morning in Trier.
You will have the ability to take a scenic river cruise on the Rhine in the summer. In Ruedesheim, we will make a short stop to see the Niederwalddenkmal, a monument designed in the late 19th century to commemorate the German Empire’s founding. Then it’s off to Frankfurt, Europe’s largest financial hub. There you can see the Old Opera House (Alte Oper); Roemerberg, the historic center of Frankfurt; St. Paul’s Church, where the freely elected National Assembly drafted Germany’s first unified constitution; and Die Zeil, the busiest shopping street in Germany.
Day 6: Frankfurt
The drop-off service from the airport is available from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm. We suggest booking a flight that departs after 11:00 a.m.
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Last Updated on April 6, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com