- The first & last day of programs depends on your flight time, so the necessary changes will be made accordingly.
- This itinerary can be tailor-made according to your interests.
- The possibility of all the visits depends on weekdays.
Spectacular Palaces and Museums of Europe in 9 Days
9-day Europe tour visiting famous museums of Europe and Castles, including the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany, and the famous Salzburg Palace and Mozart’s House in Austria. Also, seeing two of the largest rivers in Europe, the Danube and the Rhine Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
The Route is:✈ Munich 🚌 Ulm 🚌 Stuttgart 🚌 Burg Hohenzollern 🚌 Rhein fall 🚌 Zurich 🚌 Bodenosee 🚌 Schloss Neuschwanstein 🚌 Salzburg, Austria 🚌 Munich ✈
|April – August
|Natural & Cultural
|Depends on the size of the group
9-day tour visiting famous palaces and museums of Europe, including the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany, and the famous Salzburg Palace and Mozart’s House in Austria. Also, seeing two of the largest rivers in Europe, the Danube and the Rhine Germany, Switzerland and Austria
A trip for those interested in visiting the birthplace of cars in the world and the museums of Europe that contain the history of this industry. In this trip, you will visit the magnificent palaces of Europe, the tallest church in the world and the birthplace of great people such as Hegel and Mozart. You will experience cities such as Munich, Ulm, Stuttgart, Zurich and Salzburg and you will always stay in the best hotels in these areas.
Highlights Palaces and Museums of Europe Tour
- A unique trip for those interested in museums and historical objects
- Visiting the world’s first gasoline car
- Visiting the birthplace of Mercedes-Benz and Porsche
- Visiting the birthplace and museum of the famous German philosopher, Hegel
- Visiting the famous palaces of German kings in stunning locations
- Visiting the city and the birthplace of the world famous musician, Mozart
|Number of Person
|1, 10-12, 2, 3, 4-6, 7-10
Day 1 :
Day 2 :
On the third day, we will move towards the city of Stuttgart and on the way we will visit the city of Ulm and the tallest and one of the most magnificent churches in the world. This church owes more than anything to its tower, which is the tallest church tower in the world with a height of 161.53 meters. The foundation stone of this tower was laid on June 30, 1377 AD. Anyone who climbs the stairs of the first platform at a height of 70 meters not only has a great view of Ulm and the Danube river, but also learns interesting things about the work of Banan Tower. In the evening of this day, after sightseeing along the Danube river, we will continue to Stuttgart and stay two nights in this city.
Day 4 :
You will start the city of Stuttgart with the Mercedes-Benz Museum and enjoy a guided tour of the museum. You will experience the fascinating world of Mercedes-Benz cars and 125 years of automobile history in this tour. You will experience more than 160 vehicles and more than 1,500 pieces on display in the museum, as well as several special exhibits, and you will have an overview of the history of the automobile.
In the afternoon, you will explore the city center of Stuttgart as well as Europe’s longest shopping mall, Koenig. In the meantime, you will visit the birthplace of the famous German philosopher, Hegel, which has now been turned into a museum.
We will continue our journey towards Switzerland and the city of Zurich, and on the fifth day, during this route, we will visit two magnificent cultural, historical and natural destinations.
First will be Hohenzollern Castle. Hohenzollern Castle is the ancestral seat of the princely and royal family of Prussia and the German imperial family of Hohenzollern. The history of the construction of this magnificent castle dates back to the 11th and 12th centuries.
Our second destination will be to visit the Rhine River and its famous waterfall, which is also the largest waterfall in Europe. At the end of the day, we will arrive in Zurich and stay there for 2 nights.
Day 7 :
The next destination of this trip is Neuschwanstein Palace, in the north of the Alps, and in order to reach this beautiful palace, we have to cross Lake Constance and we will spend some hours exploring the edge of this lake and enjoying the beautiful views of this lake. We will enjoy.
Neuschwanstein Castle is located on the Hohenschwangau near Fussen in the southeast of the Bavarian Allgäu. It was built in 1869 for the Bavarian king, Ludwig II, as an ideal idea of a knight’s castle from the Middle Ages.
Neuschwanstein is the most famous castle of Ludwig II and one of the most famous tourist attractions in Germany.
We will continue our journey towards the city of Salzburg in Austria. Salzburg is more than the city of Mozart and the city of festivals. You will experience history, exciting and surprising things in the most important sights of the city. Hohensalzburg Castle, Mozart Museums, Getridgasse and Helbronn are some of the popular places in Salzburg. We will visit the old fabric of the city, the birthplace of Mozart and Hohensalzburg Castle. Hohensalzburg Castle sits atop the rooftops of the baroque old town. The largest fully preserved castle in Central Europe is the landmark of Salzburg and offers a 360-degree view of the city and its surroundings.
We will spend the night in this city.
Day 9 :