Germany Tour Packages
10 NIGHTS: Barcelona (2N) → Madrid (2N) → Rome (2N) → Venice (2N) → Milan (2N)
9 NIGHTS: Prague (3N) → Vienna (3N) → Budapest (3N)
6 NIGHTS: Paris (6N)
4 NIGHTS: Zurich (4N)
6 NIGHTS: Paris (3N) → Nice (3N)
6 NIGHTS: Rome (3N) → Prague (3N)
8 NIGHTS: Rome (3N) → Florence (2N) → Venice (2N) → Milan (1N)
9 NIGHTS: Budapest (3N) → Vienna (3N) → Prague (3N)
8 NIGHTS: Vienna (3N) → Budapest (2N) → Prague (3N)
6 NIGHTS: Paris (3N) → Barcelona (2N) → Madrid (1N)
Frequently asked questions
Germany is castles and beer
Almost entirely landlocked, Germany is a country still thriving from the remnants of its past. Like its rich and interesting past, a Germany tour package has something incredible up its sleeve always. With castles and rolling countrysides to fill enough postcards in the world, its buzzing cities and breweries attract equal attention. Berlin's nightlife, for instance, has a reputation that precedes it. Find your fix of art, culture, history, nightlife, roadtrips, nature and more with the perfect Germany vacation package in here!
What to do in Germany?
Another European country with rolling hills and breathtaking landscapes, Germany is as much charming medieval castles as it is buzzing city life, exciting nightlife, and mouth-watering cuisine. Start with the Gothic cathedral of Cologne and then to the beautiful iconic castle of Neuschwanstein that has become synonymous with Germany itself. Wandering around the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin is one among the top things to do in Germany. Watching the magnificent icon towering the skyline during sunset is a must-do on your Germany holiday package. While in Germany, Berlin is a world of its own that deserves three days atleast to fully experience. Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin Wall, East Side Gallery are only few of the top attractions here. A road trip that is top must-do in your Germany vacation is the Romantic road which leads you across mountains, valleys, quaint towns and to the iconic Neuschwanstein castle. On days you want to take it slow, hop into one of Germany's acclaimed and spacious public gardens like the English Garden with some German picnic lunch.
Best time to go
Of all the months, between May? September is when the weather is most pleasant and welcoming in Germany. Given this is when the country is at its warmest, it comes with its fair share of crowds. To beat the crowds, late October to November is perfect, especially if you don't mind a bit of chill in the air. To join Germany in two of its biggest celebrations? Oktoberfest and Christmas, it is important you begin planning early. While Christmas is beautiful here with plenty of markets, the weather touches freezing temperatures so, go prepared.