The Magic of Germany



  • Heidelberg’s Old Town: A town in southwest Germany with picturesque views nestled on the banks of the Neckar River. It is popular for its Baroque old town, heritage castles, medieval architectural building and renaissance structures.
  • Neuschwanstein Castle: A ravishing nineteenth-century Romanesque Revival palace, it is nestled on a prime hill overlooking the charming town of Hohenschwangau. To take some time off and walk to Mary’ bridge is totally worth it as the view is worth a million memories.
  • Black Forestand Strasbourg Day trip: Baden-Baden is a perfect place from which to explore the Black Forest. It is renowned for its thermal baths and the Kurhaus Casino. Travel the woods to also visit Lake Mummelsee. Strasbourg is located at a very close proximity to the forest and explore The Strasbourg gothic cathedral or visit ‘La Petite France’.
Frankfurt am Main (2), Titisee (2), Freiburg (1), Stuttgart (2), Munich (2)
Arrival (Frankfurt am Main), Departure (Munich)


What is included

  • 2 nights stay at Frankfurt
  • 2 nights stay Titisee
  • 1 nights stay at Freiburg
  • 2 nights stay at Stuttgart
  • 2 nights stay at Munich
  • Daily breakfast at hotel
  • Hop on Hop off tour of Frankfurt
  • Sightseeing tour of Heidelberg
  • Black Forest and Strasbourg Day Trip from Frankfurt
  • Full-Day Tour to Neuschwanstein Castle from Munich by Train Including Bike Ride from Fuessen
  • Hop on and Hop off tour of Munich
  • Airport transfers from In and Out point
  • Eurail sector Tickets - 2nd Class
  • All tours on shared basis (pick up from city centre)


What is excluded

  • Air Tickets, Visa, Insurance, City taxes and gratuities, GST


The most ideal time to travel to Germany is during the spring/summer season, between the months of April and August and weather’s very pleasant and you can spend longer time outdoors exploring the many beautiful sights. You can also visit the place during autumn which is between September-November. And if you want to absolutely experience the cold, then it’s the winter.