On this self drive tour of Northern Germany, you will visit the Rhine Valley, Cologne, Hamburg, Berlin, and Potsdam. 6-night hotel accommodations.
• Economy Rental Car with A/C
• Rhine Valley
• 6-night hotel accommodations
• Breakfast at the hotel
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Arrival in Frankfurt and hotel self-transfer. To discover Frankfurt at your leisure, the rest of the day is yours.
The planned route brings you to Rudesheim in the morning, followed by a scenic drive along the UNESCO-listed Rhine Valley. You continue on to Cologne after disembarking at St. Goar. The evening lodging is in Cologne.
After breakfast, depart for Hamburg, renowned for its elegant boulevards, the impressive port, the second largest in Europe, and the notorious red light district of St. Pauli.
Before the drive to Berlin after checkout, the morning is yours to explore the city more, or just kick and relax.
Visit the famous historic attractions of Berlin in the morning: Unter den Linden, the State Opera, and the Brandenburg Gate. We also suggest visiting the modern parts of the city, such as Potsdam Square and the Reichstag.
Travel to Potsdam, whose royal palaces and parks are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Centre, after breakfast. “Continue to Erfurt in the afternoon, also known as” Thuringian Rome “due to its architectural beauty. Enjoy a sightseeing tour of the city and visit the Krämerbrücke, the longest chain of occupied buildings on any bridge in Europe.
Enjoy an Erfurt sightseeing tour, also known as Thuringian Rome due to its architectural elegance, and visit Europe’s largest wooden bridge. Moving back to Frankfurt.