Touchdown at the airport, jump on the S- Bahn and you will find yourself at Munich Central Station, where your Munich adventure begins. Go to the eastern side of the city to see the neo-Gothic Marienplatz and admire the column of the Virgin Mary or descent into Frauenkirche Cathedral for late Gothic architectural stained glass windows and or a more haunting visit to the tomb of the Bavarian Emperor. Hot? Drift down the Isar River on a log raft or visit the Muller’sches Volksbad pools to cool down or try one of the museums in Kunstareal in Maxvorstadt for a dose of classic art.
Berlin, despite the toll of previous wars, has become one of the top capital cities to visit worldwide. With the Berlin wall (located in the east of the city centre) adorned with murals and a memorial, you are emotionally transported to war times. Visit the Unterwelten Museum to experience bunker life in all its horror or for monsters of a different nature go to Monsterkabinett for artist Hannes Heiner to present your nightmares in reality. Berlin also is home to the World of Cyberobics, a venue with LED shows, a workout zone VR-style or you can unwind while overlooking Alexanderplatz.
The city of Hamburg is known as the German Gateway to the World. You can view the heart of the city, the harbour and the countryside from St. Michaelis church at 150 metres above ground or visit the Town Hall and gaze in awe at its spectacular architecture. Embark on a blast from the past when you visit the beautifully haunting Blankenese Shipwrecks at the harbour after a stroll down the 300 foot beach. The Medical History Museum is home to a huge collection of medical paraphernalia from various eras or for tranquillity the Laeiszhalle is the largest concert hall with stupendous classical music.