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Germany: Plan Your Trip!

Your Germany Trip Begins Here

Did you know that Germany has 20 castles you can sleep in? How about a hop-on, hop-off rail pass that lets you explore the entire country as well as seven of its neighbors? Two hundred long-distance cycling routes, many of them family-friendly? A Bavarian “Beer and Castle” trail that is just one of more than 100 well-signposted and intriguingly themed scenic drives? Add bargain-priced hotels and car rentals and you can see why this is one of the fastest-growing tourist destinations in Europe.

And yet, even in Germany, hiring a trip designer is a good investment. Why? Because only someone with inside knowledge can make sure you end up with the best of the best—the most sumptuous of those 20 castles, for instance, or the one that’s right for you. A Germany specialist can also arrange such perks as a private beer tasting, a vineyard picnic, a glassblowing workshop, or a tour of ancient Roman ruins led by a local historian. Finally, a specialist can save you more than time: By steering you toward good-value options and away from the overpriced ones, your trip planner can actually save you money.

We can point you to a Germany specialist who delivers private, custom, WOW trips that keep you away from the tourist crowds and take you to the most thrilling places you could never find or access on your own. But be prepared to spend a minimum of $800 per day for two travelers. If that’s doable, click below and complete the questionnaire. Your information is kept private.

Pricing tip: Trips have a 7-night minimum and range from $800–$1,600 per day per couple or $1000+ per day for families, depending on your choices.

Start your Germany trip here

 

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