Day 1 – Stuttgart
Welcome to Germany – The land of Festivals & Fairy-tales!
On arrival in Frankfurt, walk across to Frankfurt Flughafen station (located adjacent to the airport) for your train to Stuttgart.
Train travel from Frankfurt to Stuttgart.
On arrival in Stuttgart, proceed to your hotel.
Stuttgart masters the blend of technological innovation and green initiatives protecting and enhancing the environment with two-thirds of the land inside the city limits devoted to parks, gardens, and woodland. As a cultural center, this city is known in the world for the Stuttgart Ballet, its State Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition, Stuttgart boasts an abundance of theater groups, cultural festivals, and museums, and is also the largest winegrowing city in Germany.
Visit the Mercedes Benz Museum (Entrance only).
In the afternoon, visit the Mercedes Benz Museum which reflects all eras and milestones of the brand as well as the history of the company. On this tour, through seven levels and 125 years of automotive history, legend upon legend is lined up in chronological order on an area of 16,500 sqm in a building of unique design.
Day 2 – Baden Baden
This morning, transfer to the train station.
Travel by train to Baden Baden.
Upon arrival, proceed to your hotel in Baden Baden.
A premier spa resort town in the Black Forest, made famous since the 19th Century by swanky clientele like such as Queen Victoria, Kaiser Wilhelm I, Napoleon III, Berlioz, Brahms, and Dostoevsky. Many exquisite spa-hotels are conducive to relaxation, unique wellness and various spa treatments – a perfect invitation for taking a break from the routines of daily life in “the green town of short distances”
The rest of the day is at leisure to explore the city. Every day, Germany’s big cities and romantic towns are just waiting to be discovered.
Day 3 – Baden Baden
The day is at leisure to explore the city. We recommend you to take a short train journey to Triberg, a wonderfully quaint and beautiful town in the Black Forest renowned for its Gutach waterfall and cuckoo clocks. The World’s Biggest Cuckoo Clock is located in Uhren-Park (Clock Park). You can also visit the Hubert Herr’s Cuckoo Clock store located in the heart of Triberg.
Day 4 – Freiburg
Today, transfer to the train station for your onward journey to Titisee / Freiburg.
Travel by train from Baden Baden to Titisee.
On arrival in Titisee, transfer to the hotel.
The scenic highlight of Titisee-Neustadt is the Titisee Lake whose crystal-clear water attracts thousands of enthusiasts. Since its conversion to a pedestrian zone and waterfront promenade, Titisee is considered the loveliest street for strolling in the Southern Black Forest.
The rest of the day is at leisure to explore this beautiful town (on your own). A visit to Titisee is incomplete without a boat trip surrounded by the forested mountains and a visit to the Drubba cuckoo clock factory.
Day 5 – Freiburg
The day is at leisure to explore this beautiful town (on your own)
Day 6 – Freiburg
Today, transfer to the train station.
Travel by train from Titisee / Freiburg to Frankfurt.
On arrival in Frankfurt, transfer on your own to the hotel. There is something for everyone in Germany’s towns and cities – whether it’s the big city buzz or the famous architecture, the historic sights or the packed shopping streets, the enchanting medieval houses or the scintillating nightlife.
City tour of Frankfurt (Seat in Coach).
In the afternoon, enjoy a city tour visiting the famous Frankfurt Skyline, the banking district, the museum embankment, walk around the Old Sachsenhausen, City hall, St Pauls Cathedral and the ‘Roemerberg’, the historical town centre. The city of Frankfurt actually boasts many different facets, with beautiful Baroque architecture, lively plazas and impressive modern skyscrapers.
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Day 7 – Freiburg
Today, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back home.