Explore Germany in 4 days
4 days, 6 nights in North Germany
During this trip you will explore the most beautiful places in Northern Germany, discover the magnificent natural landscapes, unique old towns and enjoy the largest amusement park in Germany, Heide Park.
- The best time to travel is from early spring to late autumn.
- During the trip you can visit 2 amusement parks.
- You will have a chance to visit the following cities: Kiel, Lübeck, Berlin, Bremen, Hamburg.
Day 1 and 2
Day 1 - Kiel - Rugen Island
When you get off the ferry, start your journey to the famous island of Rügen, stopping off at the famous Niederegger Marzipan store in Lübeck. Take a short stroll through the Old Town of Lübeck before continuing to one of the other cities of Northern Germany, Stralsund, from which you will reach the island of Rügen after crossing an impressive bridge. The most beautiful landscapes of the island can be found on the walking paths in Jasmund National Park. Stay on the island of Rugen.
Day 2 - Rugen Island – Berlin
Start your second day early as you've got a long journey ahead of you - almost 300km to the German capital Berlin. Visit the most important landmarks of this city: Brandenburg Gate, Berlin Cathedral and the Berlin Wall. After a short visit in the German capital, head to Tropical Island, the largest water park in Europe (60 km south). Stay at Tropical Island complex.
Day 3 and 4
Day 3 - Heide Park
The third day promises unforgettable memories and plenty of adrenaline at Heide amusement park! This is one of the most popular amusement parks in Germany with many attractions, shows, cafes and restaurants. After a fun-filled day, head to Bremen and explore the medieval old town. Stay in Bremen.
Day 4 – Hamburg
On the final day of your trip, spend time in the second largest city in Germany, Hamburg. This impressive city has many canals and over 2000 bridges - you'll definitely find something to see and do - from impressive architecture to numerous museums, parks and shops. Travel to Kiel in the evening, where you will be sailing home on the DFDS ferry.