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Berlin, Germany 

one stop tour:
The New Berlin: A City Reunited

May 18th-26th, 2018 | Maximum Group Size: 15 Participants | Availability: Open

Since the wall came down 30 years ago, a whole generation of Berliners has grown up not knowing the great symbolic divide that once separated the city of Berlin. The success of this reunification has allowed it to become a vibrant and economic powerhouse of Europe. Join two of our best tour guides who call this city home- Matthias and Sara Kort, who will bring you a unique perspective on this historic place. With visits to: “Museum Island,” home to the Pergamon and many other famous institutions; Dresden, the “Florence of the Elbe,” with sightseeing including visits to the restored Frauenkirche and the New Green Vault; to the south of Berlin where we will stop at the Allied Museum, and the summer residence built for Frederick the Great, frequently called the “Prussian Versailles.” With plenty of time to explore this fascinating city on your own, we will immerse ourselves in the culture and history of the intersection where the worlds of communism and capitalism once collided.

*This is a guaranteed departure*


The Romantic Road: Vienna, salzburg, munich & Heidelberg

October 4th-13th, 2018 | Maximum Group Size: 15 Participants | Availability: Open

Magnificent alpine settings and medieval half-timbered houses dot the romantic, winding road from Vienna to Heidelberg. This autumn we’ll journey through old-world charm and jewel-like Bavarian splendor as we explore the remarkable realm of the Hapsburgs, one of the greatest dynasties the world has ever known. From sparkling Vienna, the elegant Austrian capital, we will follow the mighty Danube, before travelling towards Salzburg, a World Heritage site and the birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Ending in Heidelberg, one of the most beautiful cities in Germany, we will take a leisurely cruise along the Rhine with stunning views of Heidelberg Castle and the Old Town embedded into the mountainside. Come enjoy the stunning scenery, deep history and hearty cuisine that this magical part of Germany has to offer!


Across the Alps

September 26th-October 5th, 2018 | Maximum Group Size: 15 Participants | Availability: Open

We are excited to announce this brand new tour! Starting in the Bavarian capital of Munich, wend your way south Across the Alps to the fabulous Italian Lake District, playground of the rich and famous. On the way, we will pass through 5 countries: Germany, Austria, Lichtenstein, Switzerland, and Italy. We arrive in Munich at the beginning of Germany’s largest Oktoberfest, so we will have a chance to join in the celebrations as we explore the city. Crossing the border, we enter the region known as the Tyrol: these are the Austrian Alps and we’ll make a stop or two as we pass through. Next come the Swiss Alps, where we’ll spend some time in Lucerne, nestled in the shadow of Mt. Pilatus, before finally leaving the mountains via Ticino, which enjoys a very mild climate. Finally we explore the Italian Lake District, tucked into the foothills of the Italian Alps, with a stay in Stresa on the shores of Lake Maggiore.


One Stop Tour:
The New Berlin: A City Reunited

May 24th-June 1st, 2019 | Maximum Group Size: 15 Participants | Availability: Open

Since the wall came down 30 years ago, a whole generation of Berliners has grown up not knowing the great symbolic divide that once separated the city of Berlin. The success of this reunification has allowed it to become a vibrant and economic powerhouse of Europe. Join two of our best tour guides who call this city home- Matthias and Sara Kort, who will bring you a unique perspective on this historic place. With visits to: “Museum Island,” home to the Pergamon and many other famous institutions; Dresden, the “Florence of the Elbe,” with sightseeing including visits to the restored Frauenkirche and the New Green Vault; to the south of Berlin where we will stop at the Allied Museum, and the summer residence built for Frederick the Great, frequently called the “Prussian Versailles.” With plenty of time to explore this fascinating city on your own, we will immerse ourselves in the culture and history of the intersection where the worlds of communism and capitalism once collided.