There's no need to choose between Germany and Switzerland because, on this two-week trip, you can have it all. Start the adventure in the Bavarian city of Munich before driving to other southern German highlights, including Neuschwanstein Castle and Lake Constance. Then cross the border into Switzerland, where the mountains and lakes will impress you with their scale. Kayak on Lake Brienz, e-bike through the Valley of 72 Waterfalls, indulge in cheese in Gruyères, and much more.
Germany 2-Week Tours & Itineraries
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This epic urban adventure through Germany travels by train to eight vibrant cities focusing on contemporary art, medieval architecture, World War II history, and tasty food and drink. Starting in bustling Berlin and ending in maritime Hamburg, you'll spend two fascinating weeks enjoying guided city tours, drives through the Black Forest, and even detours in the Czech Republic and France along the way.
Southern Germany has abundant cultural highlights within easy driving distance—scripting a perfect two-week road trip. Explore Munich, then head to Dachau for an extraordinary opportunity to reflect on World War II. From here, you'll drive to picturesque Rothenburg, live the high life in spa-town Baden-Baden, and discover Lake Constance's shoreside villages. Delight in Alpine resort towns Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Berchtesgaden before finishing with a culinary tour of Munich.
Five countries, seven cities— one terrific two-week road trip. Starting in Berlin, you'll drive south to Dresden, hop over the Czech border to visit Prague and Brno, then enter Austria to explore Vienna and the quaint Alpine town of Hallstatt. Dip into Slovakia for a night, then finish in Budapest, Hungary. Along the way, you'll cruise, hike, and bike to many of Europe's cultural and natural highlights—and have ample time to relax over local fine dining, wines, and beer.
History buffs will love this two-week tour of Germany and the Czech Republic, which covers many key places that were affected by and shaped during World War II. Start by touring Berlin's poignant sites and Dresden's glorious reconstructed landmarks. Next, venture into the Czech Republic to explore Prague's Jewish heritage and a lesser-known concentration camp at Terezín. Then return to Germany, and visit Nuremberg and Munich, where you'll learn more about the Nazi regime and Nuremberg trials.