6 days, 8 nights in Germany
From the cosy, cheerful Marzipan-inspired Lübeck to the modern, Wolfsburg car museum, you'll have the opportunity to see the different sides of Germany and have fun with family.
- The best time to travel is from early spring to late autumn.
- During your trip, you can visit Hansa Amusement Park.
- You will have a chance to visit the following cities: Kiel, Lübeck, Travemunde, Schwerin, Wolfsburg, Hamburg.
Day 1 and 2
Day 1: Kiel – Lubeck
When you leave Kiel Port, travel to arguably the most beautiful city of the Hanseatic League - Lübeck. Stroll through the cozy old town, explore the historic city gate of Holstentor, the town hall, the castle monastery and the salt store on the bank of the River Traves. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the oldest Marzipan store - Niederegger. Stay in Lubeck
Day 2: Hansa Park – Travemiunde
Hansa Park is the only amusement park in Germany located near the Baltic Sea. This wonderful corner of nature features 12 themed worlds for entertainment. There are more than 125 attractions in the park, with 36 adventure trails, so there will be activities for both small visitors and adrenaline fans. In the evening, go to the charming resort town of Travemunde. Stay in Travemunde.
Day 3 and 4
Day 3: Schwerin
On the third day, head for the beautiful city of Schwerin. Schwerin is often referred to as one of the most cosy cities in northern Germany. Located between seven lakes, this city can be proud of its well-preserved, almost untouched historic old town, which together with peaceful nature, creates a special sense of tranquility. Stay in Schwerin.
Day 4: Wolfsburg
On day four, discover the modern German side and visit Wolfsburg. Car enthusiasts will remain speechless at the Volkswagen Auto Museum, where you'll be able to see the latest Volkwagen, Audi, Porsche and Lamborghini models. The impressive Phaeno Science Center will surprise even the biggest fans of science and the Planetarium in Wolfsburg will allow you to see astronomy shows!
Day 5 and 6
Day 5: Hamburg
Use your fifth day in Germany to get to know Hamburg. One of the world's largest port cities hides a wealth of attractions and history. Explore the Elbe tunnel, the Town Hall Square and the famous Speicherstadt district. If you're a fan of musicals, make sure you get tickets for the Lion King musical at the Elbe Shore Theatre. Stay in Hamburg.
Day 6: Neumuenster
Halfway from Hamburg to Kiel, you can visit Neumunster, a town famous for outlets. Here you'll find more than 120 different brands with great discounts - making it easy to find presents for friends and family. While the adults shop, children can have fun in the on-site playground before dining in one of the restaurants. After shopping, head to Kiel Harbour to travel home in the evening.