|Travel by Coach||Days|
Day One - UK to Holland
We’ll begin our holiday by travelling from the UK to Holland, where we’ll stop for an overnight stay at a comfortable hotel.
Day Two - Holland to Berlin
In the morning, we’ll continue our journey and will make our way to the Park Inn Alexanderplatz in Berlin, where we’ll stay for four nights. (B,D)
Day Three - Berlin
Enjoy a full day to discover Berlin with its many Christmas markets. There will also be an optional guided city tour to enjoy, and an optional excursion to see the famous Berlin Christmas lights. (B,D)
Day Four - Berlin
We’ll be able to choose between exploring Berlin at leisure today, or joining our exciting optional excursion to nearby Potsdam. This fantastic city is famous for its amazing architecture and is a delight to visit. (B,D)
Day Five - Berlin
Visit the wonderful Dresden Christmas Market and explore the numerous stalls and huts at leisure in this historical city. (B,D)
Day Six - Berlin to Belgium
Departing Berlin, we’ll travel to Belgium for our final overnight stay. (B,D)
Day Seven - Belgium to UK
In the morning, we’ll set off on our return journey to the UK. Travelling via Calais, we’ll reach the UK and will then continue home. (B)
Park Inn Berlin-Alexanderplatz
Located in the historical heart of Berlin at the legendary Alexanderplatz, the Park Inn Berlin-Alexanderplatz is right next to the 368-metre TV Tower and close to the parliamentary district.
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Full Day: Berlin Christmas Market
Germany’s Christmas markets are known the world over, with many touring markets visiting our own shores during the winter months. However, nothing compares to an authentic German Christmas market, and where better to experience one than capital Berlin? The Christmas market in Berlin is one of the highlights of the festive season, as the city is lit up with a blaze of Christmas lights. The city’s boulevards and squares are taken over with chalet-style huts selling all manner of goods, from delicious food cooked there and then, to handmade trinkets that would make ideal gifts for loved ones at home. Berlin enjoys a mixture of atmospheres at Christmas, with traditional markets showcasing an authentic German Christmas market vibe, as well as trendy markets that allow you to get to grips with Berlin’s urban attitude. Enjoy free time to explore this wonderful city at your leisure.
Full Day: Dresden Christmas Market
Dresden Christmas Market is famous for being one of the oldest in Germany. Locally known as the ‘Striezelmarkt’, this Christmas market is a festive melting pot of amazing Christmas decorations and shopping opportunities. The entire city practically becomes one big Christmas market during this season, as markets are set up along its most famous streets, in its squares and along side-streets. There’s always something new to see here, with traditional German pottery, glassware, lace, handmade wooden figurines, clocks, engravings and everything in between on display in the markets’ huts.
Berlin Guided City Tour
Berlin is a fascinating city, and we’ll be able to take an optional guided tour of the city to find out more about its history. With help from an expert tour guide, we’ll travel past some of its most famous attractions, while learning all about how the city has changed over the years.
Evening Berlin Christmas Lights
The capital city of Germany becomes illuminated with amazing Christmas lights every year, and this evening optional excursion will give us a chance to see these incredible light displays from the comfort of our coach. Admire the festive decorations and get into the Christmas spirit as we journey through the city of Berlin.
Full Day: Potsdam
The capital city of the Brandenburg state, this German city is filled with wonderful sights and is always interesting to visit. We’ll spend the day in Potsdam during an optional excursion and will be able to explore the city at leisure, discovering everything from its many museums, to landmarks such as the Sanssouci Palace, St. Nicholas' Church and Potsdam’s Brandenburg Gate.