Prague Berlin Coach Rail Tour. This Central Europe vacation package combines Coach & Rail to places in Central Europe like Prague, Berlin, Frankfurt, Nuremberg & Rothenburg ob der Tauber.
Our new 10 Day Central Europe Prague, Berlin Coach & Rail Tour combines places in Central Europe which are definitely worth a visit.
This beautiful Central Europe vacation package includes coach and second class Rail all the way as well as excellent rated hotels (see the tableau this is already included in the price of your tour). Here you also find everything else that is included: coach tickets, rail tickets and admissions.
Price per Person
|two sharing a double room||one in a single room||three sharing a triple room|
|US $ 1,209||US $ 1,959||US $ 1,059|
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Day 1 Frankfurt
Start your Central Europe Prague, Berlin Coach & Rail Tour with a train ride from Frankfurt International Airport (FRA) to Frankfurt Central Station. It only takes 11 minutes from the Airport local train station (located below baggage claim in arrival Hall 1) to Frankfurt Central Station. The fare is covered by the “Frankfurt Card” which is already included in the price of the Central Europe Coach vacation package. Your hotel is located in short walking distance of Frankfurt Central Station. Frankfurt is a very modern metropolis which nevertheless offers many historic sites such as the Romerberg (hill of the Romans) with its beautifully restored timber-framed houses, of course the Goethe Haus where the world famous poet once lived, the Paulskirche, symbol for democracy and freedom in Germany, “Alt-Sachsenhausen“, where in Schellgasse number 6 you will find Frankfurt’s oldest timber-framed house which was built around 1291, to name only a few of Frankfurt’s historic landmarks.
The Frankfurt museum riverbank is one of the most important locations for museums in Germany and Europe. The exhibition buildings are lined up on both sides of the Main riverbank, several famous museums are to be found in the city centre. Visit the “Stadel“, the German Museum of Architecture as well as the Museum of Applied Art or the “Schirn Kunsthalle” to name only a very few. Don’t miss out on Frankfurt’s “Zeil“, a huge pedestrian zone where shopping is the name of the game. So, if you arrive early enough in Frankfurt, visiting this interesting metropolis is certainly worthwhile.
Day 2 Nuremberg
The Express Bus/ Rail will take you from Frankfurt Central Station to Nuremberg Central Station. The second stop of your Central Europe Prague, Berlin Coach & Rail Tour. Your hotel is located in walking distance from Nuremberg Central Station (which is located just outside the Old City Wall surrounding Nuremberg Old Town and the Imperial Castle). Nuremberg’s history reaches back to the year 1050, its name “nourenberc” translates into “rocky hill”. You may want to visit Nuremberg’s famous landmark, the “Kaiserburg” (Imperial Castle), towers above the Old town, which is protected by the five kilometers long city wall, many towers and gates can still be visited. The medieval Castle is one of the most important imperial palaces dating from the middle ages from the 11th century (admission not included). In the Third Reich Adolf Hitlers´Nazi Party had chosen Nuremberg for their Nazi Rallies and if you are interested in that part of history you may want to visit the Documenation Center Nazi Rally Grounds which are located just south of the Old Town.
When exploring the beauty of Nuremberg’s medieval Old Town you may want to start right at the Koenigstor (“Kingsgate”) which is the gate right across from Nuremberg Central Station. From where the timber framed buildings, the Gothic Church of St.Lawrence and the Church of St.Sebaldus can be easily reached by foot. Right next to the Koenigstor is the Handwerkerhof (craft center), here you will feel like you are back in the medieval times, there are craft workshops like they used to have a long time ago as well as a gingerbread bakery. Make sure to enjoy a Nuremberg Bratwurst along with a beer or a glass of “Frankenwein” (Franconian wine).
Day 3 Day trip to Rothenburg ob der Tauber
It only takes about a little more than an hour by rail from Nuremberg Central station to get to Rothenburg ob der Tauber. The charming medieval town, towering above the “Tauber” river, is located at the cross-way of the Romantic Road (running from Wurzburg to Fussen/Alp Mountains) and the Castle Road (running from Mannheim/Heidelberg to Prague). Enjoy visiting the Old Town with the historic City wall (can be walked on). A highlight for many is “Kaethe Wohlfahrt Christmas Wonderland which is open all year. Adjected to the store is the Christmas Museum which is worth visiting if you are interested in the history of Christmas and Christmas decorations (admission included). The price of your tour includes an English-speaking escorted walking tour which will take place at 2pm. At your convenience take the train from medieval Rothenburg ob der Tauber back to Nuremberg Central Station, where your hotel is located.
Day 4 Prague
After breakfast you continue your Central Europe vacation to Prague . Travel time by Express Bus/ Coach will be about 3.40 hours. Your hotel is located in walking distance from Prague Central Station. The Old Town of Prague can easily be explored by foot from your centrally located hotel. You have all afternoon and evening to see many of the highlights. Maybe you want to take a short walk into the Old Town (“Staré město”) since in Prague’s historic Center numerous historic buildings and monuments can be seen. At “Staroměstské náměstí, the Old Town Square, you will find the famed Astronomical Clock (Orloj), built into one side of the Old Town Hall Tower, the gothic Church of Our Lady before Týn as well as the mural-covered Storch building.
Day 5 Prague
You may want to start this day by joining a free English-speaking 3 hours walking tour of the “Golden City” (information on how to reserve this tour will be provided). In afternoon to take a closer look into those sights which are most interesting to you. Maybe you would like to cross the Charles Bridge again and take a closer look into Prague Castle? You will pass the Lesser Quarter (Malá Strana, “little quarter”) which is one of the most historic parts of town. Of course you have to try some culinary delights of Prague as well as a Pilsner Beer!
Day 6 Prague
On your thrid day in Prague you have more time for sightseeing and you may want to take a closer look at some of the places you have visited during your English-speaking Prague Walking tour the day before. If you walk a little further towards Prague´s Vltava River you will find another highlight – the Karlův most (Charles Bridge). Construction of Prague’s most famous medieval bridge started in 1357 under King Charles IV. The bridge connects the Lesser Town with the Old Town. From the Charles Bridge you have a great view of the Hradčany (Castle District) with Prague Castle towering above the city of Prague. Back in 870 constructions of the first buildings began, many buildings were added during the centuries.
Day 7 Berlin
By rail or coach you will get from Prague to Berlin. Germany´s capital city is a great and dynamic metropolis. The unification of East and West Berlin 25 years ago changed the city in many ways. Berlin fascinates visitors it’s culture and history are unique. Your tour includes the 48 hour Berlin Welcome Card. With this card you will have discounts to 200 museums, city tours and attractions and it includes a pass for unlimited free use of the Berlin public transportation system. With your tour package you will receive Berlin Walking tour suggestions as well as information about the public buses “M100” and “M200”: the buses are public double decker buses which cover many sights of Berlin and are a perfect way to explore the city by hopping on and off those buses. They run very frequently all day from 5am until midnight and if you take both routes you will have a circle taking you from the former Center of East Berlin (“Berlin Alexanderplatz”) to the Center of West Berlin (“Bahnhof Zoo”, “Ku´damm” shopping area). Bus M200 takes you south of the “Tiergarten” to West Berlin´s Bahnhof Zoo where you may want to visit the “Gedachtniskirche” (Memorial Church) as well as the KaDeWe, continental Europe´s largest compartment store, which is located close to the Ku´damm. Bus M100 takes you back through the Tiergarten and partly north of it, passing the “Siegessaule” (Victory Column), Bellevue Palace (built in 1786 for the younger brother of Friedrich II, Ferdinand of Prussia, today: seat of the Germany´s President), the Reichstag (German Parliament), the Brandenburg Gate and the Museum Island back to Berlin Alexanderplatz.
Day 8 Berlin
On your second day in Berlin along your Central Europe Prague, Berlin Coach & Rail tour your Berlin Welcome Card will still be valid. However, your tour package also includes walking suggestions which cover many of the sights around Brandenburg Gate which can best be visited by foot. From the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag (German Parliament) the walking tour passes by the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, to Berlin´s new city center, the “Potsdamer Platz”, to “Checkpoint Charlie”, to East Berlin´s Culture- and Shopping Street “Friedrichstrasse” (site of the “golden twenties”), to the “Gendarmenmarkt”, where the German and French cathedrals are located, via the promenade street “Unter den Linden” to the Museum Island.
The remains of the wall can be visited at Berlin´s East Side Gallery where parts of the wall have been turned into a piece of art. If you are interested in Third Reich history a “must visit” is the documentation center “Topography of Terror“. It is located at the site from where the Nazis planned and managed most of their crimes. For those of you interested to visit a Concentration Camp Memorial site: a half day trip to the Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen in Oranienburg can be arranged (see Day 7 of our History Rail Tour “Fascination and Terror –Rise and Fall of the Third Reich”).
Day 9 Frankfurt
In a little more than four hours, you will go by direct high-speed rail from Berlin to Frankfurt. Your last stop of your Central Europe Prague, Berlin Coach & Rail Tour. Since your rail tickets are not restricted to a specific time you have a variety of trains you may use from Berlin to Frankfurt (timetables will be provided). So you can either stay in Berlin for additional sightseeing for most of the day or you may take an early train to see a little more of Frankfurt. Your hotel is located in walking distance from Frankfurt Central Station.
Day 10 Frankfurt Int. Airport
Today you take the train for a very short train ride from Frankfurt Central Station right into the terminal of Frankfurt International Airport. You have a wide variety of trains going during the day and you may take a train at your convenience. The train ride takes about 11 Minutes.Would you like to download an overview of the 10 Day Central Europe Prague, Berlin Coach & Rail Tour (10RC01) as a pdf to print it out or to forward it to a friend? Please download it right here:
This is already included in the price of your tour
|Day 1 - Frankfurt||Ticket for unlimited free use of the public transportation system (buses, trams, subways) within Frankfurt as well as for the train from Frankfurt Int. Airport to Frankfurt Main Station (travel time about 10 minutes)||Hotel Concord (or similar if not available), located within 10 walking minutes from Frankfurt Central Station||Frankfurt Card for free use of public transportation within Frankfurt and discounts to many sights, restaurants and shops|
|Day 2 - Frankfurt to Nuremberg/ Nuremberg||Coach or Rail ticket from Frankfurt Central Station to Nuremberg (travel time about 3:00 hrs)||Hotel Victoria (or similar if not available), located within the Old Town, right across from Nuremberg Central Station - 3 walking minutes)||Buffet breakfast at your hotel in Frankfurt|
|Day 3 - Day Trip to Rothenburg ob der Tauber||Rail ticket from Nuremberg Central Station to Rothenburg ob der Tauber and back (not restricted to a specific time), unlimited free use of the public transportation system (buses, trams, subways) within Nuremberg (travel time about 1:20 hrs one way)||Hotel Victoria (or similar if not available), located within the Old Town, right across from Nuremberg Central Station - 3 walking minutes)||Buffet breakfast at your hotel in Nuremberg, English speaking walking tour thru Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Admission Christmas Museum|
|Day 4 - Nuremberg to Prague/ Prague||Coach ticket from Nuremberg Central Station to Prague (travel time about 3:40 hrs)||987 Design Hotel Prague(or similar if not available), located within 10 walking minutes from Prague Central Station||Buffet breakfast at your hotel in Nuremberg|
|Day 5 - Prague||no ticket needed||987 Design Hotel Prague (or similar if not available), located within 10 walking minutes from Prague Central Station||Buffet breakfast at your hotel in Prague|
|Day 6 - Prague||no ticket needed||987 Design Hotel Prague(or similar if not available), located within 10 walking minutes from Prague Central Station||Buffet breakfast at your hotel in Prague|
|Day 7 - Prague to Berlin/ Berlin||Coach or Rail ticket from Prague Central Station to Berlin (travel time about 4:40 hrs), Ticket for unlimited free use of the public transportation system (buses, trams, subways) within Berlin||Hotel Amano Grand Central (or similar if not available), located within 10 walking minutes from Berlin Central Station||Buffet breakfast at your hotel in Prague, 48 hrs Berlin Welcome Card, Berlin Walking suggestions|
|Day 8 - Berlin||Ticket for unlimited free use of the public transportation system (buses, trams, subways) within Berlin||Hotel Amano Grand Central (or similar if not available), located within 10 walking minutes from Berlin Central Station||Buffet breakfast at your hotel in Berlin, 48 hrs Berlin Welcome Card, Berlin Walking suggestions|
|Day 9 - Berlin to Frankfurt/ Frankfurt||Unrestricted ticket (not restricted to a specific time or train type - also valid for High-Speed "ICE" trains) from Berlin to Frankfurt Central Station (travel time about 4:20 hrs)||Hotel Concord (or similar if not available), located within 10 walking minutes from Frankfurt Central Station||Buffet breakfast at your hotel in Berlin|
|Day 10 - Frankfurt to Frankfurt Int. Airport/ Frankfurt Int. Airport||Unrestricted ticket (not restricted to a specific time or train type - also valid for High-Speed "ICE" trains) from Frankfurt Central Station to Frankfurt Int. Airport (travel time about 10 minutes)||no hotel needed||Buffet breakfast at your hotel in Frankfurt|
Your tour package includes all tickets, vouchers and information necessary to enjoy a great independent tour. The tour package also contains tour information sheets (20-35 pages) with general information about the tour and a day by day itinerary which you can download from our website once your booking is confirmed.
This is not included in the price of your tour
- Airfare from/to your origin to/from Frankfurt International Airport to your origin
- all meals other than breakfast (which is included)
- gratuities (tips)
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Hotels selected were ideal in location and good standard with very good breakfast buffets.
Travel information was very helpful and the free walking tours we did at Berlin and Prague were well worth the tip we gave the guides. 2nd Class seating on the German trains good .When using the Inter-city Bus we found the DB Express bus Nuremburg to Prague was of 1st class Standard. But in comparison the Euro-Lines Bus Prague to Berlin was very budget class.
We did enjoy our customised travel plan but would advise other customers to have 3 days at the Nuremberg hotel given 1 day is used on trip to Rothenberg and we needed extra time in Nuremburg. We would use "To- Europe" agents again.