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1Munich

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Munich, the capital of Bavaria, is home to centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. 
The city is known for its annual Oktoberfest celebration and cavernous beer halls, including the famed Hofbräuhaus, founded in 1589. In the walkable Old Town, Marienplatz is a central square containing landmarks such as Gothic Neues Rathaus (town hall), with a popular glockenspiel show.Begin the trip of a lifetime in Munich, the Bavarian capital in South Germany. Munich is perhaps known best for its bustling beer halls and annual Oktoberfest, but there is a lot more to the city than just its ales. For architecture enthusiasts, Munich won’t disappoint, and you might fill a day with sightseeing to spot the 14th century Residenz, the 17th century royal summer residence called Schloss Nymphenburg or the Frauenkirche, an impressive religious structure that dominates the skyline of Munich. If you prefer museums and art galleries, be sure not to miss the Brandhorst Museum or the three art museums known collectively as the Pinakotheken.

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Suggested attractions in and around Munich

Distance 117 km
2Garmisch Partenkirchen

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Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a German ski resort in Bavaria, formed when 2 towns united in 1935.

It's a prominent destination for winter sports as well as alpine hiking.The town lies near the Zugspitze, Germany's highest peak, with a 2,962 m summit accessed by cogwheel train and cable car. Garmisch is considered the more fashionable section, while Partenkirchen's cobblestone streets retain a traditional Bavarian feel.This hybrid town was united by decree in 1936 by Adolf Hitler so Germany could host the Winter Olympics. Today, the town is one of the nation’s most famous ski resorts. Winter sports like skiing and snow boarding are popular here, while in the summer the trails are full of hikers and mountain bikers. Garmisch-Partenkirchen sits along the Austrian border about an hour from Munich and can be reached by car or by train. The Romantic Road travels between here and Fussen and is perfect for a day trip in either direction.

Suggested attractions in and around Garmisch Partenkirchen

Distance 67 km
3Fussen

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Füssen is a Bavarian town in Germany, just north of the Austrian border. 

Its Gothic castle, Hohes Schloss, houses a regional art museum. The museum of St. Mang's abbey showcases Füssen's violin- and lute-making industry. The eclectic Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau Castle lie southeast of the town. Nearby Tegelberg mountain has a ski resort, a panoramic cable car and an alpine slide.The city of Fussen in Bavaria is home to two amazing castles, the most popular of which is Schloss Neuschwanstein. Built by King Ludwig II and the model for the iconic Disney castle, Neuschwanstein is easily the top reason to visit Fussen. If you’re staying for longer than a day trip, choose accommodation that reflects the beauty of the nearby castle. Hotel Sonne boasts themed rooms, letting you select from romantic, historical or contemporary decor. Several onsite restaurants, as well as an extensive wellness oasis, round out the appeal of this luxurious hotel in Fussen.

Suggested attractions in and around Fussen

Distance 240 km
4Schaffhausen

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Schaffhausen is a city in northern Switzerland and the capital of the canton of the same name. 
It has an estimated population of 34,587 as of December 2008.It is documented that it struck its own coins starting in 1045. It was then documented as Villa Scafhusun. Around 1049 Count Eberhard von Nellenburg founded a Benedictine monastery which led to the development of a community. This community achieved independence in 1190.Over the mediaeval Old Town of Schaffhausen looms the imposing Munot fortress. The houses of the Old Town are richly decorated with oriel windows and lavishly painted facades. The town, located on the Upper Rhine between the Black Forest and Lake Constance, and surrounded by vineyards, is a popular destination for holidays and day-trips.

Suggested attractions in and around Schaffhausen

Distance 50 km
5Zürich

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The city of Zurich lies at the north end of Lake Zurich in northern Switzerland, a global center for banking and finance. 

The picturesque lanes of the central Altstadt (Old Town), on either side of the Limmat River, reflect its premedieval history. Waterfront promenades like the Limmatquai follow the river toward the 17th-century Rathaus (town hall).Switzerland’s largest city might be best known as a global financial center, but Zurich’s picturesque setting and cultural treasures have helped to establish the city as a vacation destination too. Striding the Limmat River, Zurich’s postcard-perfect backdrop is an expansive crystal-clear lake rimmed by snow-capped mountains.Clean, organized and easy to explore, Zurich has a lot to offer visitors, and with its superior public transportation system, the city makes a great base for excursions into the surrounding region as well. From towering mountain peaks to storybook Swiss villages, here are some of the most rewarding day trips from Zurich. 

Suggested attractions in and around Zürich

Distance 52 km
6Lucerne

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Lucerne, a compact city in Switzerland known for its preserved medieval architecture, sits amid snow capped mountains on Lake Lucerne. 
Its colorful Altstadt (Old Town) is bordered on the north by 870 m Museggmauer (Musegg Wall), a 14-century rampart. The covered Kapellbrücke (Chapel Bridge), built in 1333, links the Aldstadt to the Reuss River's right bank.Fairy tale romances just might come true at Hotel Chateau Gutsch since it resembles a romantic castle overlooking Lucerne. Built in 1898 as a private residence, it is patterned after Neuschwanstein, a romantic Belle-Époque castle in Bavaria. This Lucerne landmark, sitting on a 490-meter (1,600-foot) high hill, offers stunning views of the city, Lucerne Lake and mountains – it’s said to have the most spectacular views of any European hotel. When you want palatial grandeur, you’ll find it here.




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Suggested attractions in and around Lucerne

Distance 368 km

Munich
DAY 1
ARRIVAL

Munich

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Munich, Bavaria’s capital, is home to centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. Here's the Glockenspiel on Munich. Set at the foot of the Bavarian Alps. the city is a mix of rustic tradition, modern life and at times, a somber history.Munich is best known the world over for its incredibly rambunctious Oktoberfest. For 16 days, the city becomes a giant keg party. For years, the fest has followed a traditional calendar of events. On the first Saturday, the tapping of the first beer barrel by the Munich Mayor. On the last Sunday, fireworks commence in the Theresienwiese, the fest's main field.Munich's location allows travelers to take advantage of easy rail travel to lakes, forests and metropolitan cities such as Salzburg. Zurich or Vienna along with easy access to the famous Romantic Road. a picturesque journey through the medieval villages of lower Germany.


Olympic Stadium of Munich
DAY 2
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Olympic Stadium of Munich

Munich - Germany

Munich held the Olympic Games in 1972 and the resulting Olympic Park is beautiful.  The green hills with their walkways surround a pretty lake area with the huge Olympic Tower visible wherever you are.  You can take a trip up the lift in the tower for a distant view of Munich’s skyline. The highlight for us though, was the Olympic Stadium with its incredible undulating glass roof.  The design is every bit as contemporary today as it was when it was built.  Admission is just 2 Euros and you can wander pretty much everywhere.  For an extra thrill, pay for one of the guided walks along the roof top!  Sadly, the stadium is no longer used regularly with the two Munich teams now playing at the Allianz Arena, but it is still a home for concerts and other sports.Apart from the stadium and the tower, the other two main buildings in the park are the swimming complex and the sports hall complex.  Both these buildings have similar distinctive roof lines.  The Olympic swimming pool is open to the public for swimming and there is an observation area too.  The sports hall is now used for conferences and concerts and is usually closed to the general public. The stadium is open to tourists daily from 8.30am until 6pm (or later) in the summer and from 9am until 4.30pm in the winter.  Admission is 2 Euros for adults and you get a leaflet to guide you.  The Roof Climb is a full guided tour lasting 2 hours and it costs 39 Euros per adult (2010 prices).  This price rises if you include abseiling from the roof top or the ‘flying fox’ slide.


Marienplatz
DAY 2
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Marienplatz

Munich - Germany

Marienplatz is the heart of the city of Munich. In the Middle Ages, the square used to be a market place as well as the site where tournaments and festivities took place.There is always something going on at the Marienplatz, where rallies, demos, markets and festivals take place, and visitors can start exploring explorations through Munich. Around street artists and musicians, visitors and locals flock to each other.If you are looking for an extended shopping spree in Munich, the Marienplatz is definitely the right starting point. Clothing, shoes, accessories, jewelery, cosmetics, souvenirs - shopping enthusiasts will surely find something for you.Whether a bourgeois or exotic, Japanese or Italian, a three-course menu or just a bite for one thing: the culinary offer at and around the Marienplatz leaves nothing to be desired. Numerous traditional Bavarian economies offer the classics from the roast pork to the white sausage, but also those who are fond of pizza, sushi or a burger will find the Marienplatz. For the upscale taste there are also possibilities to be pampered.


Deutsches Museum
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Deutsches Museum

Munich - Germany


Dachau
DAY 3
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Dachau

Munich - Germany

The Dachau concentration camp was established in March 1933. It was the first regular concentration camp established by the National Socialist (Nazi) government. Heinrich Himmler, as police president of Munich, officially described the camp as "the first concentration camp for political prisoners." It was located on the grounds of an abandoned munitions factory near the northeastern part of the town of Dachau, about 10 miles northwest of Munich in southern Germany.


Garmisch Partenkirchen
DAY 3
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Garmisch Partenkirchen

Bavaria - Germany


Neuschwanstein Castle
DAY 4
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Neuschwanstein Castle

Fussen - Germany

The Neuschwanstein Castle is one of the most visited castles in Germany and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.The castle is located in Bavaria, near the town of Fussen. It was built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria, also known as the “Fairytale King”.The two story throne room was designed in Byzantine style, with wall paintings depicting angels. Ironically, there is no throne in the Throne Room, as Ludwig died before it was completely finished.This fairytale look of the Neuschwanstein castle inspired Walt Disney to create the Magic Kingdom. Today, Neuschwanstein is the most visited castle in Germany, and one of the most popular tourist destination in the world. Every year over 1.300.000 people cross its gate. Neuschwanstein Castle is definitely one of the most charming castles.


Schaffhausen
DAY 4
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Schaffhausen

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Shortly after Schaffhausen the Rhine falls at a width of about 150 meters by 23 meters in depth and has an impressive natural spectacle. The average flow rate in the summer is 700 cubic meters per second.The Rhine has changed its course several times. There was also a time in which the Rhine at Bodman left the Bodensee.As a visitor, you have two possibilities to explore the Rhinefall: one of the starting points is the Schlötschen Wörth (right rhine). In the city of Schaffhausen, follow the signs for Rheinfall. The small town of Wörth was built in the 12th century and served as a customs and merchandise hub. Today there is a restaurant.The crossing to the castle Laufen and a tour, which leads near to the case.The second option is to visit the Rheinfall, the Schloss Laufen. Stay on the N4, which leads from Schaffhausen to Winterthur and leave at the exit Schloss Laufen. The first documentary mention of Schloss Laufen dates from the year 858. In the castle are today a restaurant and a youth hostel.Many stairs lead down from the castle to the so-called Känzeli, a wide viewing platform.


Lake Zürich
DAY 5
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Lake Zürich

Zürich - Schwitzerland

Lake Zurich was once above all a transport route. Today, it is a popular excursion point for swimming, boating or having a picnic on the lake's banks. Forested hills surround Lake Zurich on both sides. Flowing water has fissured the moraine and deposited sand and gravel on the lakeside banks. The farther you look from Zurich to the southeast, the more rural the banks become. Lake Zurich only freezes completely very rarely; the last time this happened was in the winter 1963. You can get from one bank to the other with the ferry between Meilen and Horgen, or across a dam at the narrowest point between Rapperswil and Hurden. There is also a wooden footbridge along the dam for pedestrians. Thanks to its good water quality, Lake Zurich supplies the surrounding region with the majority of its drinking water flowing from taps and fountains.


Grossmünster
DAY 5
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Grossmünster

Zürich - Schwitzerland

The Grossmünster's twin three-story towers dominate the city of Zurich, whose buildings are otherwise quite modest in size. The view from the north tower (about 200 steps up) provides marvelous views of the city, including several other nearby churches such as the Fraumünster and Peterskirche across the river. The best way to approach the church is from the sloping Zwingliplatz on the north side. The north portal has some wonderful Romanesque carvings of plants and animals, while the right side of the wall bears a modern statue of Heinrich Bullinger, Zwingli's successor. Around the other side, the south portal has some lovely modern bronze doors with panels of biblical scenes. The interior of Zürich's Grossmünster is quite bare, entirely stripped of the statues and paintings denounced by Zwingli. Thus, like many Romanesque churches, the beauty is less in the decoration than in the simple beauty of the architecture. The furnishings are modern, including the pulpit (1851) and the organ (1960).


Bahnhofstraße
DAY 5
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Bahnhofstraße

Zürich - Schwitzerland

You can find everything that your heart desires in Bahnhofstrasse: fashion, art and Zurich specialties attract local residents as well as visitors. The world-renowned shopping boulevard was created after construction of Zurich’s Main Railway Station. At the spot where city moats were 150 years ago, today it connects Lake Zurich with the Main Railway Station on a length of 1.4 kilometers (0.87 miles). You find numerous boutiques, department stores and timepiece stores here, as well as at Paradeplatz – the Swiss banking center. Bahnhofstrasse is just as popular with locals and visitors, and it is always worth a visit. You can stroll relaxed along the lake in the summer as well as enjoy mulled wine or hot chocolate at every corner in the winter. Rennweg and Augustinergasse lead off from Bahnhofstrasse into the picturesque old town.


Dying Lion Monument
DAY 6
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Dying Lion Monument

Lucerne - Switzerland

The Lion Monument in Lucerne is a giant dying lion carved out of a wall of sandstone rock above a pond at the east end of the medieval town. It was designed as a memorial for the mercenary soldiers from central Switzerland who lost their lives while serving the French king Louis XVI during the French Revolution.When the revolutionary masses attacked the royal Tuileries castle in Paris on August 10, 1792 the Swiss mercenary troops tried to defend the royal family and make sure the royals could escape.The Lion Monument was inaugurated on August 10, 1821. Originally the site was private property. In 1882 the city of Lucerne bought it. The site is accessible without an entrance fee. The monument soon became one of Lucerne's major tourist attractions.


Lake Lucerne
DAY 6
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Lake Lucerne

Lucerne - Switzerland

Encircled by popular excursion mountains, Lake Lucerne is the lake with the greatest scenic variety in the country. It is somewhat reminiscent of a fjord landscape, yet remains characterized by a mild lake climate. Boat cruises on board five historic paddle wheel steamers and 15 elegant salon motor vessels count among the highlights of this region.A boat tour can be ideally combined with a walk, such as the "Weg der Schweiz" or Swiss Path, a themed trail on the history of Switzerland. Several cycling and skating paths as well as numerous bathing and rest areas are provided along the lake shores. An excursion to the popular sightseeing and shopping town of Lucerne, to include a trip to the Swiss Museum of Transport with its IMAX cinema, the Glacier Garden or a leisurely shopping expedition through the old town, is well worthwhile. 


Chapel Bridge
DAY 6
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Chapel Bridge

Lucerne - Switzerland

The oldest wooden bridge in Switzerland dating back to the middle of the 14th century (first written record in 1367). Perhaps even more important, only very few covered wooden bridges do have old paintings under their roofs. Chapel Bridge and Water Tower mark the upper end of the medieval bridgehead city of Lucerne where the waters of Lake Lucerne flow into River Reuss. Originally Chapel Bridge and Water Tower were parts of the oldest medieval city ramparts of Lucerne. The northern bridgehead of Chapel Bridge once lead directly into St. Peter's Chapel. Today, a riverside promenade separates the two.Lucerne's Water Tower also served as a dungeon, an archive and a treasury vault until the 19th century. Today a traditional association uses it as a club room. Therefore the tower is not open to the public and cannot be seen from the inside.


Munich
DAY 7
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Munich

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Munich, Bavaria’s capital, is home to centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. Here's the Glockenspiel on Munich. Set at the foot of the Bavarian Alps. the city is a mix of rustic tradition, modern life and at times, a somber history.Munich is best known the world over for its incredibly rambunctious Oktoberfest. For 16 days, the city becomes a giant keg party. For years, the fest has followed a traditional calendar of events. On the first Saturday, the tapping of the first beer barrel by the Munich Mayor. On the last Sunday, fireworks commence in the Theresienwiese, the fest's main field.Munich's location allows travelers to take advantage of easy rail travel to lakes, forests and metropolitan cities such as Salzburg. Zurich or Vienna along with easy access to the famous Romantic Road. a picturesque journey through the medieval villages of lower Germany.


Detailed Day Wise Itinerary:

DAY 1:  ARRIVAL MUNICH

As soon as you arrive at Munich Airport, German: Flughafen München, is a major international airport near Munich, transfer privately by our representative via Jeep. Accommodation facility will be arranged at the Milan hotel. Check in the hotel and relax.

HOTEL:  Munich
MEAL:    Dinner

DAY 2:  MUNICH

Munich's Romantic Road is exactly what it is: a charming and idyllic path that connects picturesque medieval towns and castles. Before Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle, there was the Neuschwanstein Castle commissioned by the so-called Fairy Tale King, Ludwig II of Bavaria. Emerging from a thick forest, you wil vists the dreamy castle. Afterwards you will visit be in one of the world's most iconic car makers. BMW Plant Tour here is an automobile museum of BMW history located near the Olympiapark in Munich. Then you will go to Mary Square which is the inner city of the oldest central square, the center of the pedestrian street.Lastly you will visit Dachau its a place in Southern Germany, which was the site of the first concentration camp built by Hitler to torture and kill political opponents, Jews, gypsies, soviet soldiers and basically anyone who opposed him. Return back to room and relax.

HOTEL:   Garmisch-Partenkirchen
MEAL:    Breakfast 


DAY 3:  GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN

After breakfast you will visit Linderhof Castle is in the Graswang Valley,All are surrounded by with walkways and colorful flowerbeds.Just before visiting inside the Linderhof palace where the park combines Italian Renaissance gardens with landscaped sections that are similar to the English garden.Then you will visit The Wendelstein is a  high mountain.It lies between the valleys of the Leitzach and Inn and is accessible via the Wendelstein Cable Car and the Wendelstein Rack Railway.Then you will go to Riessersee lake,lake itself hosted the speed skating events and 10 of the 37 ice hockey games.Lastly you will visit the Ettal Abbey is also otherwise known as the Abbey to the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary.Its one of the largest Benedictine houses where you can find a distillery, a bookstore, an art publishing house, a hotel, a cheese factory joint venture, and several smaller companies. Return back to room and relax.

HOTEL:   Schaffhausen
MEAL:    Breakfast 

DAY 4:  FUSSEN & SCHAFFHAUSEN

As you woke up to a beautiful Munch-en Morning after breakfast start venture towards a small town, Fussen in Bavaria, not much just about 700 years old. Destination was to go and see the magnificent towers of Schloss Neuschwanstein rise in all their majestic splendor in the midst of the German Alps. A lot of you will be able to relate to it if a Disney's Sleeping Beauty Castle was modeled after it. Built by the eccentric and romantic King Ludwig II, the fairy tale castle is indeed set in one of the worlds most beautiful locations. Now moving towards Schaffhausen which is a Swiss town on the upper Rhine River, in a wine-growing area near the German border.You will enjoy the scenic beauty of Baroque buildings with bay windows and decorated facades dot the medieval old town, dominated by the 16th-century Mount Fortress. Return back to room and relax.

HOTEL:   Zürich
MEAL:    Breakfast 


DAY 5:  ZURICH

After breakfast in Zürich you will visit the Church spires characterize Zurich's skyline. The most impressive ones are for sure the twin spires of the Grossmünster church. While moving towards the Geneva you will visit The Reformation Wall which honors many of the main individuals, events, and documents of the Protestant Reformation by depicting them in statues and bas-reliefs. Now you will enjoy hiking, mountain biking and splendid views of the Alps, Zurich and Lake Zurich! Now moving towards the most expensive street in the world at Bahnhofstrasse Street. This is one of the most exclusive addresses of the world, a tree-lined avenue with top fashion designer boutiques and, of course, the famous Swiss watches. Return back to room and relax.

HOTEL:   Lucerne
MEAL:     Breakfast

DAY 6:  LUCERNE

After breakfast you will start your tour which is nestled right in the heart of Switzerland, along the western shore of Lake Lucerne, is the jaw-dropping town of Lucerne. the best thing to see and to do is great hiking in summers and skiing in winters. Its so pristine, so magnificent and soothing one. After that you will visit the water town, Complete with gable paintings, the covered, medieval Chapel Bridge forms the centerpiece of Lucerne’s townscape and is considered to be one of the oldest, covered wooden bridges in Europe. After that you will visit the giant monument, The Lion Monument in Lucerne is a giant dying lion carved out of a wall of sandstone rock above a pond. A memorial for the mercenary soldiers from central Switzerland who lost their lives while serving the French king Louis XVI.Lastly you will be at top of Lucerne,The Mount Pilatus is one of the most beautiful mountain in Switzerland. It is overlooking the city of Lucerne in the central Switzerland and comprises of several summits.Return back to room and relax.

HOTEL:   Munich
MEAL:     Breakfast

DAY 7:  DEPARTURE

Enjoy breakfast and check out from the hotel. Transfer to Munich Airport, German: Flughafen München and return home with wonderful memories of your European trip.

MEAL:    Breakfast

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