10 Days Germany’s Cultural Cities Featuring Oktoberfest

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10 Days Germany’s Cultural Cities Featuring Oktoberfest
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✓ Travel with Collette Tours
✓ Through Berlin, Hamburg, and Munich, come to know Germany and its Romantic Road
✓ Tour Berlin and Munich with an expert city guide
✓ Walk the Fairytale Road guided by the Pied Piper
✓ Feel like a local when you take the sleek ICE train from Berlin to Hamburg
✓ Enjoy an overnight stay in the medieval city of Marburg
✓ On Rothenburg’s breathtaking Romantic Road, go on a “Night Watchman” tour
✓ Experience the world’s largest beer festival in Munich during Oktoberfest
✓ Across storybook pathways, historic city streets and fall under the magical country
✓ 9 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 2 Dinners

10 Days Germany’s Cultural Cities Featuring Oktoberfest

✓ Travel with Collette Tours
✓ Through Berlin, Hamburg, and Munich, come to know Germany and its Romantic Road
✓ Tour Berlin and Munich with an expert city guide
✓ Walk the Fairytale Road guided by the Pied Piper
✓ Feel like a local when you take the sleek ICE train from Berlin to Hamburg
✓ Enjoy an overnight stay in the medieval city of Marburg
✓ On Rothenburg’s breathtaking Romantic Road, go on a “Night Watchman” tour
✓ Experience the world’s largest beer festival in Munich during Oktoberfest
✓ Across storybook pathways, historic city streets and fall under the magical country
✓ 9 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 2 Dinners

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$7,093 NZD PP
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