Germany & Eastern Europe:
Some countries have preserved their age-old charm, the threads of their history running through their cobbled lanes and medieval cities; the Czech Republic and Hungary feature among them. The playground of many of Europe’s major wars, Poland, the third country forming Eastern Europe, is a land steeped in history. Germany conjures up many romantic images; dense forests, ancient castles and timber houses. In contrast, its modern cities speak of the powerful churning of the German economy with high rise building and fast cars – a tribute to its past glory.
Places to visit:
Germany: Frankfurt, Munich, Berlin, Heidelberg, Cologne, Rhineland, Nuremberg, Hamburg, Rothenburg.
Hungary: Budapest, Eger & Pecs.
Poland: Krakow, Warsaw, Auschwitz.
Czech Republic: Prague, Brno, Pizen.
Slovakia: Bratislava, Nitra, Trencin
Must Visit The Below Places :
Historical: Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Charlottenburg Palace, Neuschwanstein Castle, Marienplatz, Munich Olympic stadium, Nymphenburg Palace, Heidelberg Castle, WWII Concentration Camps in Auschwitz, Heroes Square, Prague Castle, Astronomical Clock in Prague, Krakow Market Square, Wavel Royal Castle, Warsaw Museum, Karlstejn Castle, Fisherman’s Bastion, Houses of Parliament in Budapest.
Cologne Cathedral, Kaiser Wilhelm church, St. Vitus Cathedral, Matthias Coronation church, Hofbrauhaus, German State Opera House & Weimar.
Tatra mountains, Charles Bridge, Romantic Road, Castle Road, Rhine river, Black Forest & Unter Den Linden Boulevard.
Must Do This Activities :
A scenic drive down the Romantic Road. Shop for Cuckoo Clocks and feast on Black Forest Cake in the Black Forest region. A Rhine Cruise including views of Lorelei rock. Visit a Hofbrauhaus for a stein of beer. A Hungarian or a Czech night-out with local delicacies & folk music. Prague night walk.