Spectacular scenery, medieval towns, fairy-tale castles, fascinating history, and world-class beer...now this is Germany! On thee Germany tours, you'll see Germany's highlights and visit its most famous cities, like Berlin, Munich Nuremberg, Hamburg, and more, as well as its medieval towns and scenic areas.

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Hamburg - Tour
Hamburg
₹ 38,950
3 Nights 4 Days
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Hamburg
₹ 38,950
Germany, situated in Western Europe, boasts a diverse landscape characterized by lush forests, winding rivers, imposing mountain ranges, and picturesque North Sea beaches. With a history spanning over two millennia, the country is rich in cultural heritage and historical significance. The capital city, Berlin, serves as a vibrant hub of art, nightlife, and historical landmarks. Visitors can explore iconic sites such as the Brandenburg Gate and delve into the city's complex history, including its role in World War II. Munich, renowned for its Oktoberfest celebration, is famous for its beer halls, including the historic Hofbräuhaus, which dates back to the 16th century. The city offers a blend of traditional Bavarian culture and modern sophistication. Frankfurt, known as the financial heart of Germany, boasts a striking skyline dominated by skyscrapers. It is home to institutions such as the European Central Bank and offers a mix of historic charm and contemporary architecture. Hamburg, a major port city in northern Germany, is characterized by its extensive canal network and green spaces. The city's core features the picturesque Inner Alster lake, surrounded by cafes and leisure activities. Landmarks like St. Michael's Church in the Altstadt (old town) showcase the city's rich history and architectural heritage. With its blend of natural beauty, cultural attractions, and historical landmarks, Germany offers a diverse range of experiences for travelers to explore and enjoy. read more read less
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Berlin - Tour
Berlin
₹ 39,270
3 Nights 4 Days
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Berlin
₹ 39,270
Berlin Panoramic Walking Tour Berlin, the capital of Germany, has a rich history dating back to the 13th century. The city bears poignant reminders of its turbulent 20th-century past, including its Holocaust memorial and remnants of the graffitied Berlin Wall. During the Cold War, Berlin was divided, with the Brandenburg Gate serving as a symbolic landmark. Originally built in the 18th century, the gate has since become a powerful symbol of German reunification. Beyond its historical significance, Berlin is renowned for its vibrant art scene and modern architectural landmarks. One notable example is the Berliner Philharmonie, characterized by its distinctive gold-colored exterior and swooping roof design. Completed in 1963, the Philharmonie stands as a testament to Berlin's cultural vitality and artistic innovation. read more read less
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Munich - Tour
Munich
₹ 40,346
3 Nights 4 Days
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Munich
₹ 40,346
Munich effortlessly blends its historic charm with modern sophistication, offering visitors a diverse range of attractions and experiences. From traditional Bavarian beer halls and dirndls to contemporary landmarks like the Olympic Tower and BMW Welt, the city showcases its rich heritage alongside its forward-thinking spirit. As an ideal destination for a city break in Germany, Munich boasts a cosmopolitan culinary scene featuring both local specialties and international cuisine. Its world-renowned cultural offerings, including museums, galleries, and theaters, cater to all interests. Additionally, Munich's abundant green spaces provide opportunities for outdoor activities such as cycling and walking. Whether you're drawn to history, culture, gastronomy, or outdoor adventure, Munich has something for everyone. Explore historic landmarks, savor Bavarian delicacies, immerse yourself in cultural pursuits, and enjoy the tranquility of its parks and gardens. Here are some recommended activities based on multiple visits to Munich: Marienplatz: Munich's central square is home to the iconic New Town Hall, featuring the famous Glockenspiel that performs daily. Englischer Garten: This expansive urban park offers peaceful walking paths, serene lakes, and a traditional beer garden for relaxation. Residenz: Former royal palace of the Bavarian monarchs, the Residenz boasts lavish interiors, stunning gardens, and a treasury of priceless artifacts. Oktoberfest: Experience the world's largest beer festival with traditional brews, Bavarian music, and festive atmosphere. BMW Welt: Explore this cutting-edge exhibition center showcasing BMW's latest models, technology, and design innovations. Deutsches Museum: Germany's largest science and technology museum features interactive exhibits on various subjects, from aerospace to robotics. Viktualienmarkt: Munich's lively outdoor market offers a wide array of fresh produce, local specialties, and international foods. Olympiaturm: Enjoy panoramic views of Munich and the Bavarian Alps from this iconic tower, complete with a revolving restaurant at the top. Schwabing: Wander through Munich's bohemian neighborhood, known for its eclectic mix of shops, cafes, and art galleries. Munich Opera House: Attend a performance of opera, ballet, or classical music in one of Europe's premier cultural venues.     read more read less
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Dortmund - Tour
Dortmund
₹ 40,360
3 Nights 4 Days
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Dortmund
₹ 40,360
Dortmund is a city in Germany’s North Rhine-Westphalia region. It's known for its Westfalen Stadium, home to the Borussia soccer team. Nearby Westfalen Park is marked by the Florian Tower, with its observation platform. The Dortmund U-Tower is topped by a huge letter U and houses Museum Ostwall’s contemporary art exhibits. Rombergpark botanical garden has local trees and greenhouses with cacti and tropical plants. Dortmund: Private Tour with a Local With our walking tours, you’ll skip the mundane historical tours and discover the city through a local’s eyes. Experience a tour that will transform the way you travel to make it as much about the people you meet, as it is the places you see. Our local guides (Lokafyers) are passionate about their city and eager to share their knowledge and perspective. Since Lokafyers are not professional guides and tour occasionally, they provide an experience that’s authentic and personal, like a friend showing you around their city. By the end of the tour, you'll feel comfortable navigating the city and confident that you have all the information you need to make the most of your stay. read more read less
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Munster - Tour
Munster
₹ 41,490
3 Nights 4 Days
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Munster
₹ 41,490
Münster, located in western Germany, boasts a rich tapestry of historical and architectural treasures. Its centerpiece is the 13th-century St. Paulus Dom cathedral, showcasing a blend of Gothic and Romanesque styles. The picturesque Prinzipalmarkt square is flanked by charming gabled houses, the Gothic city hall, and the late medieval St. Lamberti Church. Explore the manicured gardens of the baroque Schloss Münster palace, which also houses the Botanical Garden's greenhouses. For art enthusiasts, the Pablo Picasso Art Museum offers a fascinating collection of the painter’s lithographs. Discover the delights of Münster on a personalized rickshaw tour led by a knowledgeable local guide. Cruise through the city's historic streets, taking in highlights like the Prinzipalmarkt and the majestic Munster Castle. Along the way, your guide will regale you with amusing "dönekes," or little stories, providing insights into Münster's rich history and culture. As you journey through the city, you'll be transported back to the Middle Ages, passing by the old city walls and marveling at the beautiful sculptures adorning the banks of Lake Aasee. Don't miss the opportunity to admire the splendid baroque architecture of the Erbdrostenhof, adding to the city's allure and charm. With your guide's expert insights and personalized recommendations, you'll gain a deeper appreciation for Münster's past and present, while also receiving valuable tips for further exploration, including museums, restaurants, and leisure activities. read more read less
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Hannover - Tour
Hannover
₹ 51,316
3 Nights 4 Days
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Hannover
₹ 51,316
Celle Private Walking Tour Hannover, known as Hanover in English, holds a special place in the hearts of locals for several reasons. Firstly, its affordable cost of living makes it an attractive destination for residents. Additionally, the city boasts excellent public transportation, making it easy to navigate and explore. Hannover also offers a rich cultural scene, with numerous museums, theaters, live music venues, and other arts and cultural events to enjoy. Furthermore, its abundance of green spaces, including the stunning Baroque Herrenhäuser Gärten, the scenic Lake Maschsee, and the expansive Eilenriede, Europe's largest urban forest, provide residents with ample opportunities for outdoor recreation and relaxation. However, despite these appealing qualities, many Germans may express reservations about Hannover. One possible reason is its dialect, which is considered by some to be the closest to High German. This linguistic distinction may contribute to a sense of cultural difference or regional identity. Alternatively, it's possible that some Germans may harbor a sense of jealousy towards Hannover's laid-back lifestyle and the amenities it offers. Ultimately, perceptions of the city may vary among individuals, influenced by factors such as personal experiences, cultural attitudes, and societal norms. read more read less
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Lübeck - Tour
Lübeck
₹ 53,386
3 Nights 4 Days
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Lübeck
₹ 53,386
Lübeck Private Walking Tour Lübeck, located in northern Germany, is renowned for its impressive Brick Gothic architecture, a testament to its history as the medieval capital of the Hanseatic League, a prominent trading confederation. One of its most iconic landmarks is the Holstentor, a striking red-brick city gate that once served as a defensive fortification for the river-bound Altstadt, or old town. Despite suffering damage during World War II, the city has been meticulously rebuilt, preserving its rich architectural heritage. Among Lübeck's architectural treasures is the Marienkirche, a magnificent church dating back to the 13th and 14th centuries. This landmark played a significant role in shaping the design of Northern European churches and stands as a testament to the city's cultural and historical importance. With its distinctive architecture and storied past, Lübeck continues to captivate visitors with its unique blend of medieval charm and Hanseatic legacy. read more read less
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Leipzig - Tour
Leipzig
₹ 53,390
3 Nights 4 Days
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Leipzig
₹ 53,390
Leipzig is a cultural and artistic haven, offering a plethora of attractions for enthusiasts of all kinds. For those with a penchant for museums, the city boasts several notable institutions, including the Museum of Fine Arts, the Grassi Museum of Applied Arts, and the Museum of Musical Instruments. Each museum offers a unique glimpse into various aspects of art, history, and culture. In addition to its museums, Leipzig is rich in historical sites waiting to be explored. The Thomaskirche, renowned as the final resting place of Johann Sebastian Bach and home to the renowned St. Thomas Boys Choir, is a must-visit for music aficionados. The Old Town Hall, with its impressive Renaissance architecture, provides a glimpse into the city's past as a hub of commerce and governance. Meanwhile, the St. Nicholas Church, known for its pivotal role in the Peaceful Revolution of 1989, stands as a symbol of Leipzig's resilience and commitment to freedom and democracy. With its wealth of cultural treasures and historical landmarks, Leipzig offers a captivating blend of past and present, making it an ideal destination for travelers seeking to immerse themselves in the vibrant tapestry of German history and culture. read more read less
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Bremen - Tour
Bremen
₹ 54,235
3 Nights 4 Days
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Bremen
₹ 54,235
Bremen Private Walking Tour Bremen, situated along the banks of the Weser River in northwest Germany, has a rich maritime heritage that is evident in its historic architecture and landmarks. The city played a significant role in maritime trade, as reflected in the Hanseatic buildings that grace the Market Square. Among these is the ornate and Gothic town hall, notable for its Renaissance facade and the large model ships displayed in its upper hall. Adjacent to the town hall stands the imposing Roland statue, a monumental stone figure symbolizing the city's commitment to freedom of trade. In addition to its maritime legacy, Bremen boasts architectural marvels such as St. Peter’s Cathedral, characterized by its medieval crypts and twin spires. The cathedral serves as a testament to the city's rich religious history and architectural heritage. With its picturesque riverside setting, historic buildings, and vibrant market square, Bremen offers visitors a glimpse into its storied past as a center of commerce and culture in northern Germany. read more read less
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Bonn City - Tour
Bonn City
₹ 54,930
3 Nights 4 Days
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Bonn City
₹ 54,930
Bonn Private Walking Tour Bonn, situated in western Germany along the banks of the Rhine River, is renowned for its rich cultural heritage and historical landmarks. Among its notable attractions is the Beethoven House, centrally located and dedicated to commemorating the life and work of the renowned composer Ludwig van Beethoven, who was born in the city. Visitors can explore the museum housed within the Beethoven House to learn more about his legacy and contributions to music. Nearby, Bonn Minster stands as a testament to the city's architectural prowess, featuring a Romanesque cloister and Gothic elements that add to its grandeur. The Altes Rathaus, or old city hall, is another iconic landmark known for its distinctive pink-and-gold facade, reflecting the city's rich history and cultural heritage. Further enriching Bonn's cultural landscape is Poppelsdorf Palace, which houses a mineralogical museum and offers visitors insight into the world of minerals and gemstones. Additionally, to the south of the city lies Haus der Geschichte, a museum showcasing exhibits on post-World War II history, providing valuable insights into Germany's past. With its blend of historical treasures, cultural attractions, and scenic riverside vistas, Bonn offers visitors a captivating glimpse into Germany's rich heritage and storied past. read more read less
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Dresden - Tour
Dresden
₹ 55,680
3 Nights 4 Days
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Dresden
₹ 55,680
Dresden, the capital city of the German state of Saxony, holds the distinction of being its second most populous city, following Leipzig. Ranked as the 12th most populous city in Germany, Dresden also boasts the fourth largest area among German cities. Notably, it stands as the third most populous city within the former East Germany, trailing behind Berlin and Leipzig in terms of population size. read more read less
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Stuttgart - Tour
Stuttgart
₹ 55,779
3 Nights 4 Days
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Stuttgart
₹ 55,779
Stuttgart, the capital of southwest Germany's Baden-Württemberg state, holds renown as a prominent manufacturing hub. It's home to the headquarters and museums of automotive giants Mercedes-Benz and Porsche. The city boasts ample green spaces that envelop its center, with popular parks like Schlossgarten, Rosensteinpark, and Killesbergpark. Northeast of Rosenstein Castle lies Wilhelma, one of Europe's largest zoos and botanical gardens. read more read less
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