Arrival to Berlin. Shopping on Ku’Damm. Dinner in French restaurant Heising.
Transfer to Potsdam. Cycling city tour. Visit to Sanssouci Palace. Transfer to Heiligendamm.
Free day for seaside relaxation..
Transfer to Wismar. Tour in Old Town. Transfer to Schwerin. Visit to Schwerin Palace. Transfer to Lübeck.
Tour in Lübeck. Boat tour on canals and Trave river. Transfer to Travemünde.
Free day for seaside relaxation.
Transfer to Timmendorfer Strand (if requested). Free day for seaside relaxation.
Return to Berlin. Departure.
From Capital to Seaside (8 days/7 nights)
Your journey will begin in Berlin, Germany’s capital. It is nearly impossible to give an overview of all places of attraction, landmarks and entertainment facilities of Berlin. Berlin is one of the most dynamic, cosy and exciting cities in Europe. After checking in to a hotel, we invite you to visit the Museum Island and go for shopping on the Berlin’s most famous and popular shopping boulevard, Ku’damm. Make sure you don’t miss Ka-DeWe, the legendary and the largest department store in Europe that used to be extremely popular once.
The next morning you will travel to Potsdam, the former residence of the Prussian kings and German Kaisers, the city of palaces and gardens included in the UNESCO List of World Heritage. Park Sanssouci with its famous Prussian palaces and elaborate gardens is the main landmark of the city. This is an architectural piece of art, a magnificent example of German culture.
In the afternoon you will visit Heiligendamm, the Germany’s oldest sea resort. This seaside resort was a meeting place for the nobility and high society of Germany. Even the Russian tsar’s family paid regular visits to it. It was here that seawater from the Baltic Sea was first used for treating a range of ailments. Seaside holiday and its associated thalasso treatments are perfectly combined with scenic walks in the conservation area.
After a full day of relaxation you will travel to Wismar, a small city that from 1257 until 1358 served as the residence of the princes of Mecklenburg. Nowadays, its historic centre is listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The next destination is Schwerin set in a breathtaking lake landscape. Schwerin Palace, the city’s most famous landmark, is light, airy, bright and welcoming – just like the city itself. They say that the castle is adorned with as many turrets as there are days in the year. Nowadays, the Palace houses the state parliament and a museum.
The next will be spent in Lübeck. The city’s old town called Altstadt located on an island surrounded by the Trave and Wakenitz rivers. During the World War II the city had been destroyed. However after the restoration it looks exactly the way it looked in the medieval ages. Lübeck is well known among the gastronomic tourists for its marzipan. Marzipan museum and café, located just opposite the Town Hall, offer local specialities and small snacks.
The night and the next day will be spent in Travemünde. It is a lovely seaside resort on the Baltic cost in the Northern Germany. Or you can travel to another Baltic resort – Timmendorfer Strand. Timmendorfer Strand offers everything the resort visitors need – long white sandy beach, clean sea, various cultural and nightlife events, shopping, welness centres, world-class restaurants. To go back to Berlin, we will take an express comfortable ICE train.
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