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Old town ensembles

West meets East

Heidelberg - Dresden - Berlin

Package includes
3-star superior hotel in Heidelberg
  • 2 nights’ stay in a double room
  • Glass of sparkling wine or mulled wine, season depending
  • Buffet breakfast for two
  • 3-course evening meal for two in the partner restaurant (drinks not included)
  • Complimentary upgrade to the next room category - depending on availability
  • Late check-out until 2pm
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Free parking

4-star hotel in Dresden
  • 2 nights’ stay in a double room
  • Buffet breakfast for two
  • 3-course evening meal for two in the hotel restaurant (drinks not included)
  • Complimentary use of the sauna, steam room and gym
  • Free parking

3-star superior hotel in Berlin
  • 2 nights’ stay in a double room
  • Buffet breakfast for two
  • Berlin city tax
  • Complimentary WiFi
Itinerary
Day 1 & 2: Heidelberg
Your journey begins in southwest Germany, in the famous university town of Heidelberg. The mix of romance and learning is guaranteed to enchant you. We recommend a visit to the world-famous Heidelberg Castle, where you can enjoy spectacular views of the Neckar. The best way to reach the castle and the Königstuhl is the historic wooden funicular. In the evening, you will be treated to a three-course meal in the partner restaurant, with a wonderful view of the Old Bridge.

Day 3: Heidelberg & Dresden
Following a generous buffet breakfast, you will set out for Dresden, the state capital of Saxony.

Day 4: Dresden
You have all the time in the world today to visit the city of art and culture, situated on the banks of the Elbe. An absolute must-see is the symbol of the city, the Church of Our Lady. You should also be sure not to miss out on taking a boat trip along the beautiful Elbe. Let us make sure you don’t go hungry, as you enjoy a threecourse meal each evening.

Day 5: Dresden & Berlin
From Dresden, you will set out today for our capital city.

Day 6 & 7: Berlin
How you spend the last couple of days of your trip is entirely up to you. Berlin truly has something for everybody, whether it is the East Side Gallery, the Brandenburg Gate or Alexanderplatz. For those interested in history, the sights that must be seen to be believed are the Holocaust Memorial and Checkpoint Charlie, the best-known border crossing of GDR times.

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