Have A Wonderful Time In Germany: Two-Week Germany Itinerary

Have A Wonderful Time In Germany: Two-Week Germany Itinerary

When traveling to Germany, the picture of locals wearing dirndl and lederhosen holding a gigantic beer stein is something that will get to see first. However, there are many things that you will get to explore when you follow this Germany itinerary that is suggested by us. When it comes to art and culture, slap dancing and German folk music are something that nobody can ignore easily. As a whole, the representation of Germany is quite misleading since the portrayed culture you see is only repres Read More

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When traveling to Germany, the picture of locals wearing dirndl and lederhosen holding a gigantic beer stein is something that will get to see first. However, there are many things that you will get to explore when you follow this Germany itinerary that is suggested by us. When it comes to art and culture, slap dancing and German folk music are something that nobody can ignore easily. As a whole, the representation of Germany is quite misleading since the portrayed culture you see is only representing Bavaria which is one part of Germany. There is so much more to Germany than that and with this Germany itinerary, you will be allowed you to see Germany in all its wonderful angles.

Trip Highlights

- Explore the beautiful historic places in Germany

- Visit the places such as the city's old town square, Römerberg, Frankfurt Cathedral and the Fountain of Justice

- Explore the St. Peter’s Church in Marienplatz

- Must visit the Nymphenburg Palace, a royal residence of former rulers of Bavaria

Trip At A Glance

Day 1: Arrival And A Night Stay In Frankfurt

Day 2 & 3: Spend Two Days In Munich

Day 4: Next Spot Is Nuremberg

Day 5: Spend Some Time In Dresden

Day 6: Visit The Less-Popular Place- Leipzig

Day 7 & 8: Spend Two Days In Berlin

Day 9: Departure

DETAILED ITINERARY

Day 1: Arrival And A Night Stay In Frankfurt

If you are flying to Germany, Frankfurt is probably the cheapest place to start your Germany tour. But honestly speaking, Frankfurt is not a tourist city and since you have fewer days to explore Germany, then skip the city and go straight to Munich. Since you are left with a half day in Frankfurt, you would probably visit the places such as the city's old town square, Römerberg, Frankfurt Cathedral and the Fountain of Justice while you are there. Come in the evening to spend a night at the hotel to get a night of sound sleep and of course, you can have your dinner at the hotel if you don’t prefer to eat outside.

Day 2 & 3: Spend Two Days In Munich

On the second day of the tour, you will fly to Munich, which is the capital city of Bavaria, and home to centuries-old buildings. The unique Bavarian heritage is the best place where the cliche culture you see portrayed in movies. Marienplatz is the place where all the centuries-old buildings are located, you can enjoy the vibes of the city while immersing yourself in the beautiful architecture of Munich. St. Peter’s Church in Marienplatz is a must-visit if yi\ou have been to Munich, so make sure to hike up there and get the feel of the city with a 360° view from the top. End your day with a delightful meal and sleep tight at your hotel. The next day, get up early in the morning and after having your breakfast at the hotel, simply proceed to the Olympic Park and the English Garden. These parks will give you a nice feeling of being around the city. If you feel like spending hours strolling the place, you can move forward to the Nymphenburg Palace, a royal residence of former rulers of Bavaria. Apart from this, there is another big tourist attraction near Munich is the Neuschwanstein castle, which is located an hour away from the city. In the evening, come back to the hotel and have some rest.

Day 4: Next Spot Is Nuremberg

To see the actual Geman history up close, take a bus to Nuremberg from Munich and explore the historic side of the area. To start your journey, the Imperial Castle is the best place in Nuremberg, which was built hundreds of years ago. The entire area is surrounded by historical buildings that have turned into a museum these days, so it is the perfect place to learn about the medical history of Germany. Just in case, you have a keen interest in the dark history of the Nazi regime in Germany, then you must visit the Nazi Party Rally Grounds. A museum is built with the unfinished remains of the Congress Hall of the former Nazi party rallies. This museum shows how Nuremberg played a significant role in the Nazi Regime. In history, it is mentioned that once Hitler agreed that Nuremberg is the "most German of German cities". Spend a day here and in the evening, return to the hotel and have a delicious bite of traditional food.

Day 5: Spend Some Time In Dresden

The fifth day of Germany tour is reserved for Dresden. It is a place full of surprises, which is located in the Eastern part of Germany. The city might not be as popular as Berlin or Munich but it has a lot to offer, from the Baroque style architecture to the nature surrounding Saxony Switzerland, a day is enough to experience what the area has to offer. There are many other tourist attractions that this city offer and Dresden Cathedral and the gate of Georgenbau are some of the best attractions. Visit the old town to see these places and spend some time there before you end your fifth day of the tour.

Day 6: Visit The Less-Popular Place- Leipzig

The sixth day of the tour is for reserved for Leipzig, which is not a very popular place among tourists but still, there are many places one must visit. The Battle of the Nations should be your first place to visit during your Germany tour and afterward, you make a visit to the Altes Rathaus, a historical old town of Leipzig. A day is enough to spend here exploring the places such as St. Thomas Church and the building of the University Of Leipzig. This is how you can end your sixth day of the tour. Before heading to the hotel, make sure to grab some satiating grub at the nearest restaurant.

Day 7 & 8: Spend Two Days In Berlin

Berlin is the spot for the seventh day of the tour. It is the capital of Europe that is perfect for all kind of tourists, from adventure-lovers to music-lover to hipsters, all types of tourists can enjoy being around the place. If you are looking for some usual touristic places in Berlin, then the East Side Gallery, Charlie's Checkpoint, the Brandenburg Gate, and the Berlin Cathedral are the best places that one can wish for. You can wrap up your seventh day by having a delicious bite at the nearby restaurant. Now, you can begin your eighth day with the museums, if you have a keen interest in the history of World War 2 and East Germany during the repressive DDR reign. Visit the Topography of Terror museum and DDR museum respectively that will give you a detail look into Germany under the Nazi and the Soviet occupation that followed. Once you have explored the areas that you want to cover during your Germany itinerary, you can return to your hotel in the evening. Take your dibber at the hotel and go to sleep.

Day 9: Departure

On the last day of the Germany itinerary, you have to pack your bags and leave the city before your private transfer would escort you to the airport. Before leaving for the airport, you can have a morning meal at the hotel and could leave feedback on the hotel services. Hope this Germany travel itinerary works for you.

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