Munich for Oktoberfest with Prague

A Bavarian & Bohemian Delight

September 21-29, 2013

Sat / Sun -8 Days

Attend the world’s largest “People’s Fair in the World” – the famous Oktoberfest in Munich! You’ll have three days to enjoy Munich and the annual festival celebrating beer that the locals called “die Wiesen,” named for the Theresienwiesen (“meadow of Therese” a Crown Princess of Bavaria), the fairgrounds on which the festival is held. Enjoy not only great Bavarian beer (which must be brewed within the city limits of Munich to be served at the festival) but also the traditional foods of the festival: Hendl (chicken), Schweinebraten (roast pork), Steckerlfisch (grilled fish on a stick), tasty Würstl (sausages), Sauerkraut, Knödel and local Bavarian delicacies!

While in Bavaria, visit two of Mad King Ludwig II’s palaces, the Neuschwanstein Castle with its breathtaking views of the valley below, and the Linderhof Palace, a rococo-period masterpiece inspired by the Palace of Versailles. Take a walking tour of Regensburg, one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Germany before heading into the Bohemian region of the Czech Republic.

In Pilsen (Plzen) tour the Plzen Brewery, which produces the original Pilsner Urquell, a lighter style of lager. Arrive in Prague, the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic and the historical capital of Bohemia. Once the capital of the Holy Roman Empire, Prague is home to a number of famous cultural attractions, including the Charles Bridge over the Vitava River, the Astronomical Clock and Prague Castle. The castle’s St. Vitus Cathedral stores the Czech Crown Jewels. Tour the castle and cathedral (its original church was founded by Wenceslaus I, Duke of Bohemia, in 925, who became sainted and is the subject of the Christmas carol, “Good King Wenceslas”).

Along the way, enjoy the delicious foods and world-renowned beers of Bavarian and Bohemia and learn about the traditions and cultures of these enchanting regions.

Itinerary Hotels

Sat, Sep 21: Fly overnight to Munich, Germany.

Sun, Sep 22: Arrive in Munich and enjoy a two-hour sightseeing tour of the city on the way to the Hotel Eden Wolff Munich, where you will check in for four nights. In the evening transfer by private coach for a Welcome Dinner in the beer garden “Paulaner am Nockherburg.” (D)

Mon, Sep 23: Walk to Oktoberfest with entrance to a beer tent, a chicken dinner and beer included. Return to the hotel at your leisure. (B,D)

Tue, Sep 24: Free day in Munich to sightsee and shop on your own. (B)

Wed, Sep 25: Travel to the famous castles of King Ludwig II of Bavaria (“Mad Ludwig”) on a full-day excursion. In the midst of the Bavarian Alps, the magnificent towers of Neuschwanstein Castle rise in majestic splendor. Set in one of the world’s most breathtaking locations, this 19th-century Romanesque Revival palace sits high above the idyllic 700-year-old medieval village of Fuessen. The palace was intended as a personal refuge for King Ludwig and was the inspiration for Disneyland’s Sleeping Beauty Castle. The panoramic view from the Marienbrueke (the bridge high above the castle and gorge) is spectacular, with unspoiled natural lakes and valleys stretching far into the distant horizon. After a tour of the castle continue to Linderhof Palace, stopping in Oberammergau, home to the “Passion Play” performed every ten years, on route. The lovely Linderhof Palace is the smallest of the three built by King Ludwig II, and the only one of which he lived to see completed. Return to Munich at the end of the day. (B)

Thu, Sep 26: After breakfast travel by deluxe motorcoach from Munich to Prague in the Bohemian region of the Czech Republic. On the way, stop in Regensburg, Germany for a guided walking tour of this medieval town located at the confluence of the Danube and Regen rivers. Regensburg’s medieval center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Crossing into the Czech Republic, take a guided beer factory tour of the Pzlen Brewery in Pilsen. Check into the Hotel Paris in Prague for three nights. (B)

Fri, Sep 27: In the morning, visit Prague Castle. After lunch on your own, spend the afternoon on a guided city tour of Prague. (B)

Sat, Sep 28: The day is free to explore more of Prague on your own. Join your fellow travelers for a Farewell Dinner and folklore entertainment tonight. (B,D)

Sun, Sep 29: Transfer to the airport for your flights home. (B)

Hotel Eden Wolff Munich, Germany
A traditional 4-star hotel in Munich’s city center, across from the main train station and close to the Oktoberfest grounds. Highlights: modern guestrooms • in-room wireless high-speed Internet (fees apply) • restaurant • lounge/bar • fitness center • sauna • spa.

Hotel Paris, Prague, the Czech Republic
A neo-Gothic building with Art Nouveau elements, this luxury hotel was built in 1904 and is a city landmark in Prague’s Old Town. Highlights: elegant, spacious Art Nouveau decorated guestrooms with baths or showers and heated bathroom floors • in-room WiFi Internet access • restaurant • café • fitness center • sauna and Jacuzzi • spa.

Munich for Oktoberfest with Prague Pricing

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Package with Air

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Ambassadair Trip #5585

Oktoberfest / ©GNTB

Highlights Include

  • Oktoberfest celebrations in Munich
  • Reserved table at a brewery tent for Oktoberfest
  • Guided tour of Munich
  • Visit Neuswanstein and Linderhof Castles
  • Tour Oberammergau, home of the “Passion Play” performed every ten years
  • Visit Regensburg
  • Tour the Plzen Brewery in Pilsen
  • Guided tour of Prague and Prague Castle
  • Centrally located superior hotels in Munich and Prague

Package Includes

  • R/T commercial air to Munich, Germany and from Prague, Czech Republic
  • 7 nights accommodations
  • Breakfast daily
  • 2 dinners plus 1 Oktoberfest chicken and beer meal
  • Sightseeing and admissions per itinerary
  • Deluxe motorcoach transportation
  • Baggage handling
  • Escorted from Indianapolis

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