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Bus Tour Germany May 2015

Kerstin travelBeautiful Germany with the Cultural Gem Dresden

Optional: Switzerland Extension

May 26 – June 7, 2015

Deaf bus tour including Certified Sign Language Interpreter Service

Overnight flight from the US to Berlin, Germany (not included in the price shown below) arrival the next day

Tue, 26 May 2015 Berlin

Arrival at the hotel in Berlin, capital of reunited Germany – meet your Tour Director and traveling companions for a welcome dinner at your hotel (D)

Wed, 27 May 2015 Berlin

Berlin – Sightseeing with your local guide in this one divided metropolis: Ku’damm, restored Reichstag, Charlottenburg Palace, picture stop at monumental Brandenburg Gate and the Holocaust Memorial, 210-foot Victory Column in Tiergarten Park, visit KAISER WILHELM MEMORIAL CHURCH with its bomb-damaged tower, drive along Unter den Linden Boulevard, pass the State Opera House and Checkpoint Charlie (B,D)

Thu 28 May 2015 Berlin – Wittenberg – Spreewald – Dresden

Drive to Wittenberg, Martin Luther’s home for 30-plus years and the birthplace of the Reformation, guided walking tour of the REFORMATION MUSEUM, LUTHER HOUSE, ST. MARY’S CHURCH where he preached and CASTLE CHURCH where he hung his 95 theses, visit MARTIN LUTHERS TOMB, free time to explore Market Square, continue to Spreewald to take a FLAT BOTTOMED BOAT CRUISE along Spreewald village Lehde into the romantic Hochwald, visit of the OPEN AIR MUSEUM which provides a display of the traditional houses, historic costumes, boat building, pickling of gherkins and historic handicrafts, arrive in Dresden, enjoy an included dinner tonight (B, D)

Fri May 29 2015 Dresden

Dresden – situated on the shores of the Elbe, Dresden has a rich history as the capital and royal residence for the Kings of Saxony where culture and art have flourished in past centuries, morning sightseeing tour includes the FRAUENKIRCHE, built by August the Strong, Dresden Castle, Semper Opera house and Raphael’s Sistine Madonna in the OLD MASTERS PICTURE GALLERY adjoining the renowned ZWINGER PALACE, afternoon visit of the GRUENES GEWOELBE renowned as one of the richest treasure chambers in Europe, dinner is included at a local restaurant tonight (B,D)

Sat May 30 2015 Dresden – Moritzburg – Meissen – Dresden

Drive to Moritzburg famous for its horse breeding and carp farming, enjoy a guided sightseeing tour of the town and the STABLES OF THE STATE STUD MORITZBURG, headquarters of the Saxon Stud Administration, then take the NARROW GAUGE STEAM RAILWAY to MEISSEN for some free time to shop and enjoy, afterwards join your guide for sightseeing including the Albrechtsburg, the historical district, the FRAUENKIRCHE and the MEISEEN PORCELAIN FACTORY, end the day with a leisurely WINE-TASTING and dinner at Vincenz Richter, return to your hotel in Dresden (B,D)

Sun May 31 2015 Dresden – Saxony Switzerland – Pillnitz – Seiffen

Enjoy a STEAMBOAT RIDE to Rathen in the picturesque Saxony Switzerland, then join a guided visit of the PILLNITZ CASTLE and GARDENS, continue to Seiffen, the official Christmas Village in Germany where many wooden candle pyramids, angels, nutcrackers, candlesticks, and toys related to Christmas are produced, visit a WORKSHOP HERE, return to Dresden in the evening and enjoy an included dinner at a local restaurant (B,D)

Mon June 1 2015 Dresden – Nuremburg

Depart Dresden for Nuremberg, on the way there might be a stop at the ZWICKAU SIGN LANGUAGE INSTITUTE if the institute is open for a visti, continue to Nuremberg with its impressive medieval ramparts, walk through the pedestrian area of the charming Old Town to St. Sebald Church, painstakingly reconstructed as a monument to peace from the rubble of near-total wartime destruction, admire the Schoener Brunnen, a 14th-century fountain dedicated to the Holy Roman Empire, taste the traditional Nuremberger Bratwuerste (B,D)

Tue June 2 2015 Nuremburg – Rothenburg – Munich

Join the Romantic Road and arrive in medieval Rothenburg with its ramparts and towers, cobblestone lanes, and 16th-century houses, next is the Bavarian capital, Munich, enjoy a dinner outing to the Hofbraeuhaus (B,D)

Wed June 3 2015 Munich

Guided morning sightseeing includes the Olympic Stadium, 1,000-foot-high Television Tower, Nymphenburg Palace, MARIENPLATZ with the Old and New Town Halls, and gothic Frauenkirche, enjoy the afternoon at leisure (B,D)

Thu June 4 2015 Munich – Neuschwanstein – Lindau

Visit King Ludwig’s magnificent NEUSCHWANSTEIN CASTLE, one of the most famous German castles and copied by Walt Disney at his theme parks, follow your local guide through this fairytale castle on its craggy outcrop high above a sparkling lake, continue along the panoramic German Alpine Road to the sunny northern shore of Lake Constance, Europe’s largest freshwater reservoir, later, enjoy a traditional Bavarian dinner including drinks, at one of the area’s restaurants (B,D)

Fri, June 5 Lindau – Black Forest

Visit the charming island of Lindau, then continue north and visit the baroque CHURCH at Birnau, in the afternoon enter the lush Black Forest and enjoy a special welcome by the Drubba family at their hotel, Hofgut Sternen and learn all about the cuckoo-clock for which the area is famous (B,D)

Sat June 6 2015 Black Forest – Heidelberg – Frankfurt

Drive deeper into the Black Forest, stop for a WOODCARVING DEMONSTRATION followed by a delicious piece of Black Forest Cake, arrive in Heidelberg, Germany’s oldest university town, stroll around in the Old Town and ride the FUNICULAR up the hill and visit the red-walled CASTLE where the GREAT VAT, a 58,000-gallon 18th-century wine cask attracts particular attention, drive to Frankfurt where a special farewell dinner with wine awaits you at a local restaurant to say, “Auf Wiedersehen!” (B,D)

Sunday, June 7 2015

Return flight from airport Frankfurt to your US home airport (B) (not included in the price)

Price based on double occupancy, including

Accommodation, bus transportation, sightseeing

And meals (B – breakfast, D – dinner) as listed above: $3,990.00 per person (estimate)

Travel insurance: $279.00 per person

Switzerland Extension:

Please check our Switzerland Bus Tour for itinerary and price information

Price and itinerary are subject to change at any time without prior notification. A non-refundable deposit of $500.00 per person ($1,000.00 per room) is due NOW in order to make a firm reservation. A non-refundable cancellation fee of $100.00 per person will apply in addition to the tour operator’s cancellation fees. Flights, tips, airport transfers, etc. are not included. Flights can be booked through Kerstin’s Travel. A passport, valid for 6 months beyond the completion date of your travel is required. Kerstin’s Travel reserves the right to withdraw interpreter service if the group size is less than 20 guests. Maximum group size approx. 40 people.

Contact Kerstin’s Deaf Travel to book your Germany Bus Tour by sending an e-mail to [email protected]

Kerstin’s Deaf Travel P.O. Box 4023 Boynton Beach FL 33424
Phone: 561-452-5480 Fax: 888-851-4905
Fla. Seller of Travel Reg. No. ST37804

Respectfully,

Kerstin Fox
Kerstin’s Deaf Travel
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