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Wherever you venture in Germany, there is something interesting to see or do. It is a goldmine for the adventurous tourist in search of something different to the norm.Experience new things, have fun and relax.Vibrant cities with amazing architecture, fabulous shopping and pulsating nightlife. Enchanting medieval villages with friendly festivals and regional specialities. Picturesque countryside which is perfect for walking or simply relaxing in. Castles, palaces and abbeys that are the epitome of German romanticism. Fun & sport, wellness & relaxation. A land of a thousand possibilities.

Assemble at the airport to board your flight to Munich. Munich is the capital city of Bavaria, Germany. With a population of about 1.3 million, Munich is the third-largest city in Germany. Munich is an important center of higher education, banking and the films and media industry. Arrive at Munich then transfer to hotel, check into your respective rooms followed by visit to Neuschwanstein Castle: This glorious folly was built in the 19th century by the famed "mad" King Ludwig II, a man intoxicated by myth and who himself became a legend. The shimmering white towers of the castle among the clouds are instantly recognizable to many and is the inspiration for Disney's Sleeping Beauty Castle, and is also famous as the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Castle. Oberammergau Oberammergau is a municipality in Bavaria; the town is famous for its woodcarvers, richly painted houses (Luftl- paintings) and passion play. During the Thirty Years War, after months of suffering and death from the plague, the people of Oberammergau swore an oath to perform the "Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ" every ten years. Overnight at Hotel.
After early breakfast we will take you to Olympic Stadium: This stadium is the main venue for the 1972 summer Olympic. Residenz: The Munich Residenz (German for "residence") is the former royal palace of the Bavarian monarchs in the center of the city of Munich, Germany. Marienplatz : In 1807 Marienplatz's market moved to the nearby Viktualienmarkt, but the square still continued to be the city's focal point. Important public events such as tournaments or executions were still held here. Dachau Concentration Camp: After Adolf Hitler had been appointed Reich Chancellor, a concentration camp for political prisoners was set up in Dachau. This camp served as a model for all later concentration camps and as a "school of violence" for the SS men under whose command it stood. In the twelve years of its existence over 200.000 persons from all over Europe were imprisoned here and in the numerous subsidiary camps. 41.500 were murdered. The BMW Museum: Established in 1972 The BMW Museum deals with the history of the automobile manufacturer BMW. Overnight at the Hotel.
After breakfast transfer to Heidelberg: Heidelberg, home to the oldest university in Germany, Heidelberg suffered during 17th- century wars and was rebuilt in the 18th century, using the old Gothic street layout but with Baroque buildings. The historic city center's Gothic streets are easy to navigate on foot. Fourteenth-century Heidelberg Castle is the symbolic heart of the city. Alte Brucke is a beautiful 18th-century bridge. This university town also has a historic Student Jail, for visitors who take both their history and education seriously. Visit Alte Brucke (Old Bridge): Alte Brucke, until the late 18th Century, the River Neckar was spanned by a number of wooden bridges that regularly fell victim to fire and floods. Tired of constant building and rebuilding, Prince Karl Theodor ordered the construction of a stone bridge. Built between 1786-88, the Alte Bruckes now one of Heidelberg's most celebrated sights. The southern end of the bridge was initially linked to the city wall and contains a gate which can be lowered and raised. The tower on the western side used to be a dungeon. The bridge contains two sculptures: Prince Karl Theodor with the Mosel, Rhine, Isar and Danube at his feet; and Pallas Athene, Goddess of Wisdom, surrounded by figures portraying justice, godliness, agriculture, commerce and art. Overnight at the Hotel.
After breakfast, visit Rhine valley and Black Forest. The Rhine Valley is blessed with an array of splendid vistas of fertile vineyards clinging to steep hills, numerous imposing castles and dreamy wine villages. The Rhine falls of Schaffhausen are magnificent. Not so much for their height, but for their impressive breadth with the spray rising in a cloud of rainbows above the forested banks. Enter the Black Forest, a region known not only for its delicious cake and the wooden cuckoo clocks but also for its spectacular landscapes. We will visit a clockmaker and, of course, you will have the possibility to taste the typical cake. Enjoy a drive through the beautiful countryside towards the idyllic town of Freiburg. Overnight at the Hotel.
Early in the morning leave for Frankfurt: Frankfurt, the dynamic and international financial and trade fair city with the most imposing skyline in Germany. This is the image that many visitors associate with the Main metropolis. Visit Senckenberg Museum: Senckenberg Museum is one of Europe's largest Museums of Natural History. With exhibitions ranging from dinosaurs up to today's animals the museum shows the evolution of living organisms on earth. The museum is one of Frankfurt's most popular attractions and its large collection of dinosaur skeletons and the many mounted specimens - including an anaconda swallowing a water boar - are especially popular with young people. Museum of Modern Art (Museum fur Moderne Kunst): The Museum für Moderne Kunst (MMK) in Frankfurt am Main was founded in 1981. The museum was designed by the Viennese architect Hans Hollein. Because of its triangular shape, it is called "piece of cake".In the evening visit Römer square: Römerberg square is one of the oldest and most historic sections of Frankfurt am Main, featuring Roman bath ruins and gabled, gothic row houses. This historic square is home to the Frankfurt City Hall complex referred to as the Romer, which received its name back in the fourteenth century from "Zum Romer", literally translating as "to the Roman" denoting its long history as the site of the coronation of Holy Roman Emperors. Overnight at the Hotel.
After Breakfast depart for Frankfurt to board your flight back home.

Program Fee includes the following:

  • Airfare/train fare and Taxes from Delhi.
  • Accommodation in quad (four) sharing basis for Students.
  • Accommodation in quad (four) sharing basis for Teachers.
  • One Teacher complimentary as per ratio discussed, Additional staff members on extra payments.
  • Bus/Internal Transfers.
  • Breakfast (daily) at the Hotel coffee shop.
  • Lunch (daily) fast food only with options for Vegetarians & Non Vegetarians.
  • Dinner (daily) Indian with options for Vegetarians & Non Vegetarians.
  • 24Hr Emergency Contact.
  • Full Time Tour Director.
  • Guided Educational Sightseeing Tours with Tour Director.
  • Entrance Fees to all the Attractions (As per Itinerary).
  • Fees of all Educational Workshops.
  • All Workshops as per the Program.


  • Anything which is not mentioned above.


  • One Teacher complimentary on every 10 paid Student as per ratio mentioned.
  • We do not include any expenses of personal nature.eg. Laundry, Telephone calls, Extra Meals, Shopping etc.
  • Please note that the above given quotation will expire on 15thAugust 2014.
  • The above quotation is subject to our standard terms and conditions.
  • Student Teacher ratio as mentioned.
  • Any change in the airport taxes, fuel surcharges etc will be borne by the applicant
  • We do not include any expenses of personal nature.eg. Laundry, Telephone calls, Extra Meals, Shopping etc
  • Cost of Traveling from School to starting point of Tour and return has to be borne by the applicant
  • The above costing is from Ex – Delhi Airport/ Railway Station.
  • The above quotation is subject to our standard terms and conditions.
  • In case school is not able to provide the minimum number of paid students on the Trip, Earnest Education Tours reserve the right to combine it with other schools which are traveling on same trip around the same time with their consent.

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