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Berlin & Vienna – Relive the history that spewed 2 World Wars

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9 Days/ 8 Nights
Vienna, Austria
Berlin, Germany
Min Age : 18+
Tour Details

The former “Walled City“ of Berlin, known as the interface connecting Western and Eastern Europe, has developed into a popular travel destination and is highly indicative of the current trend, not only as tourists from Germany are concerned but also visitors from abroad. Guests are not only interested in the history and culture of the city, but also in the lifestyle of its inhabitants. What makes Berlin so attractive is the diversity, the contrasts and the potential of this capital city of Germany to excite people by its the broad spectrum of history art, culture, music, entertainment and shopping facilities. Vienna is awesome in the truest sense of the word –feeling of reverence and admiration starts the moment you step into the city.  You’ll find yourself marveling at the efficient public transportation, the clean and orderly streets, and the meticulously manicured lawns and gardens you’ll find at every turn And then there’s the old city center that evoke the feeling of stepping back in time. The towering spires of Gothic cathedrals coexist Baroque palaces along with the gilt and ornamented buildings of Vienna.

Departure & Return Location

Pick up from Berlin Tegel Airport, Germany

Drop to Vienna International Airport, Austria

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Accommodation with breakfast
  • All transportations in the destination location
  • Airport transfers
  • Meals as per the itinerary
  • Sightseeing and excursions as per the itinerary

Price Excludes

  • Airfares
  • Any expenses of personal nature/ room service fee/ tips
  • Visa
  • GST if applicable
  • Cost of excursions, entrance fees, and guides availed by passengers other than those mentioned under tour inclusions

Things To Carry

  • Comfortable clothing and shoes suitable for the destination
  • Sunscreen/ sunglasses/ umbrella
  • Hats/ caps/ comfortable shoes
  • Identity documents and other travel documents ( visa, if applicable)
  • Medication and first aid along with the prescription

For more details refer to Travel Planning Guide

What to Expect

Berlin is the heart of Germany and full of history.It’s vibrant and multicultural and it doesn’t matter if you’re interested in history, food, art, nightlife or culture- it has it all. Visit the Brandenburg Gate, the East Side Gallery, the TV Tower and Checkpoint Charlie, these are only some of the impressive landmarks in the city. Talking about Vienna, it is a city full of charm, music, history and elegance.You can get a ride on the  Giant Ferris Wheel and get a better view of the city. Or visit the ,magnificent St. Stephen’s Cathedral  and Tiergarten Schönbrunn, the world’s oldest zoo. Walk through the Schönbrunn Palace. The gardens are so spectacular you won’t want to leave! Or join for a evening walk on Donauinsel.

  • Brandenburg Gate
  • Nikolaiviertal
  • Topography of Terror
  • Cesky Krumlov
  • Schoenbrunn Palace
  • Belvedere Palace
Itinerary

Day 1Arrive in Berlin

Arriving at Berlin proceed to check in at your accommodation.

Spend the day at your leisure or enjoying the local cuisine or going out for a wild shopping spree.

(Overnight in Berlin)

Day 2 Berlin

Post breakfast we start our tour of Berlin with a visit to Checkpoint Charlie. This very touristy spot is worth a quick visit and a photograph or two.
Next, is the Holocaust Memorial, also called the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. The memorial is made up of concrete slabs designed to create a feeling of confusion and unease as you wander through them watching the chronicles of treatment and extermination of the Jews by the Nazis’.
From the Holocaust Memorial, visit the Brandenburg Gate- an 18th-century neoclassical monument in Berlin, built on the orders of Prussian king Frederick William II after the successful restoration of order during the early Batavian Revolution.
After lunch continue to Scheunenviertel, or Barn Quarter,which is one of Berlin’s oldest and most charismatic neighbourhoods. Embark on an aimless wander and you will find an idyllic courtyard or bleeding-edge gallery, a chic boutique, cosy watering hole or 19th-century ballroom. The odd name harkens back many centuries to the days when the area was home to highly flammable hay barns. Next on the list is Neues Museum that showcases the cultural history of our ancestors across the globe.Housed in a beautiful neoclassical building, pulls together 9,000 interesting and unusual objects spread across three major historical collections taking you through time to explore the history of Europe and the Middle East from the earliest Stone Age to the Middle Ages. Continue to DDR museum which has over 200,000 artifacts to draw upon to fully immerse you in the secret world behind the Berlin Wall. If you pick up the telephone, you can hear the slight click on the line indicating the bugging recording your conversation. Last but not the least is the Pergamon Museum with rooms overflowing with some of the world’s most impressive, long buried, treasures from theAncient East.

(Overnight in Berlin)

Day 3Berlin

Post breakfast we will start our day with Nikolaiviertel which is Berlin’s oldest residential quarte. It was built as around 1200 when tradesmen and merchants settled where this road crossed the river. Until the Second World War, the quarter was characterised by taverns, shops, courtyards and tradesmen’s workshops. Artists such as Kleist, Hauptmann, Ibsen, Casanova, Strindberg and Lessing lived or lodged here. Continue to the The East Side Gallery is a long painted stretch of the former Berlin Wall in East Berlin. It is the largest open-air gallery in the world with over one hundred original mural paintings about various extraordinary events which were changing the world. The works are by various artists from all around the globe who have rushed to Berlin after the fall of the Wall to give their testimonials through their art.
After Lunch, we will go out to see Urban Nation Museum has been called up until now Berlin’s first street art museum. The building itself is a piece of art, because it gives artists from all over the world the opportunity to use the façade as a canva., The museum will offer its visitors educational formats and interactive workshops and special exhibitions. Next is the Reichstag Building. On top of the building is a modern glass dome that has a 360° view of Berlin. Twilight is the best time to be here, to watch the sunset over the city and see the dome illuminated.

(Overnight in Berlin)

Day 4Berlin

Post breakfast we will start our day with a tour of the Jewish Museum. Which is an architectural masterpiece. The museum represents an important part of the population even though they were highly discriminated against. This museum traces the arrival of Jews and their contributions throughout German history, as well as the hardships they faced.
Next turn to Topography of Terror. It showcases a permanent exhibition documenting what went on in Germany during WWII. This open-air museum documents the terror and horror of the Nazi regime. It also consists of excavated prison cells that were located under a remaining stretch of the Berlin Wall.
After lunch visit the Berlinische Galerie tells the story of modern art through works of various artists. It houses all media from photography to painting, installation to architecture, and digital artworks. You can also learn about the history of art in the once divided and now re-united German capital.

(Overnight in Berlin)

Day 5Berlin

Today is all about Ceský Krumlov which is an outstanding example of a central European small town dating from the Middle Ages. The Historic Center of Cesky Krumlov is a small city in the South Bohemian region of Czech Republic. It was named one of the cultural sites in the country by UNESCO in 1992. The Historic Center of Cesky Krumlov, which is honored for its universal cultural heritage and value also holdss picturesque neighboring landscape .The city was built around a 13th century castle that incorporates Gothic, Baroque, and Renaissance elements. The Cesky Krumlov Castle is the heart and most focal point of the Historic Center of Cesky Krumlov. The Church of St. Vitus is a Gothic church, which is also one of the most notable landmarks and tourist attractions in Czech Republic. This church is located inside the Cesky Krumlov Castle.

(Overnight in Berlin)

Day 6Vienna tour

Post breakfast visit the Mozarthaus, in Vienna’s Old Town on Domgasse. Naturally, it’s also filled with information about Mozart and his life.

Next is the magnificent St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the seat of the Catholic church in Vienna. This is found right in the center of the old town. and is hard to miss! Next on the list is the Vienna State opera house which dates from 1869 and has played host to some of the world’s most famous singers and conductors. Spread across three floors, this building houses an excellent spread of artistic and historical exhibits that will give you an excellent overview of the history of Vienna, as well as some of its more notable artists and other residents over the ages.

After lunch,visit the beautifully ornate Karlskirche, or St. Charles Church. It was built by Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI, largely to celebrate the end of the plague in the city, and is dedicated to St. Charles, known as a plague healer.
Spend the rest of the day in Naschmarkt. You’ll find fruit and vegetables from the around the world, exotic spices, olives, cheeses, meat, seafood – almost anything you can imagine in fact.

(Overnight in Vienna)

Day 7Vienna Tour

Post breakfast we will start our day with Vienna’s most famous attractions is the Spanish Riding School, home of the Lipizzan horses. These horses and their riders regularly perform shows in the winter riding school arena, a purpose-built building which dates from 1729.

Next is the Natural History Museum built and opened in 1889 as a museum to house the Habsburg collection. Today, the museum collection contains over 30 million items, collected over 250 years, and makes for an impressive visit.

After lunch takes a tour of Sigmund Freud museum The museum is housed in the former apartment and office of Freud himself and has been open to the public since 1971. It’s not a huge space, but it does contain a number of items related to Freud including some of his clothes and part of his antique collection.

Schönbrunn Palace, home of the Habsburg empire. It houses a big zoo (the oldest in the Western world!), the Imperial Carriage Museum, and the Orangery and the Gloriette, a huge structure which crowns a hill here, offers great views of the palace.

Next is the UNESCO world heritage listed Belvedere Museum. This actually consists of two buildings, the Upper and Lower Belvedere. which were constructed in the early 18th century as the summer residence for Prince Eugene, a military commander, and statesman of the Holy Roman Empire.

(Overnight in Vienna)

Day 9Departure

Post breakfast return back to your home.

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