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Program #19454RJ
17 Days | 16 Nights
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Active
Love to learn in a small-group setting? This collection of programs has at most 10-24 participants.
See our Small Group programs.
EasyFor people looking to exercise their minds more than their bodies. There’s minimal walking and not too many stairs.
ModerateThese programs get you on your feet and include activities such as walking up to a mile in a day through a city and standing in a museum for a few hours.
ActiveFor people who enjoy walking as much as two miles a day, perhaps to explore historic neighborhoods or a nature trail.
Moderately ChallengingFor hardy explorers who enjoy a good physical challenge, spending most of their days on the go.
ChallengingGet ready to keep up with our highest-energy group. These demanding — and rewarding — programs are for seasoned outdoor enthusiasts.

Itinerary for Aug 23 — Sep 8, 2013

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Day One: Friday, August 23 - Depart the US on overnight flight
In Transit: Overnight flight to Germany

Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: The Hotel is located in the building of the former ministry of foreign affairs, has a classical facade and is centrally located but quiet. The former German politician Walter Rathenau stayed at what today is the Winter's Hotel Berlin Mitte and many important social political and industrial innovations were thought out here.

Contact info:
Hedemannstraße 11/12
Berlin, 10969 Germany
phone: +49 (0)30 319 86 18 - 0
web: www.winters.de/hotel-berlin-mitte/index.php?page=hotel

Room amenities: Television, telephone, safe, internet access, W-LAN, hairdryer

Facility amenities: There is a cosy hotel bar and internet is available in the lobby. Non smoking breakfast rooms, lounge, public business corner to check the internet.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: € 115 double, € 90 single
Subject to availability and price change. To make arrangements please contact the Program Provider at roadscholarprograms@experiment-ev.de

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Two: Saturday, August 24 - Arrival in Berlin / Welcome Dinner
Morning: Arrival in Berlin, Transfer to the hotel, Check-in

Lunch: Snack at the hotel

Afternoon: Free time, Welcome meeting

Dinner: Welcome Dinner at restaurant Entrec?te

Evening: Getting to know each other

Lodging: Winter's Hotel Berlin Mitte

Meals Included: Lunch, Dinner
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: The Hotel is located in the building of the former ministry of foreign affairs, has a classical facade and is centrally located but quiet. The former German politician Walter Rathenau stayed at what today is the Winter's Hotel Berlin Mitte and many important social political and industrial innovations were thought out here.

Contact info:
Hedemannstraße 11/12
Berlin, 10969 Germany
phone: +49 (0)30 319 86 18 - 0
web: www.winters.de/hotel-berlin-mitte/index.php?page=hotel

Room amenities: Television, telephone, safe, internet access, W-LAN, hairdryer

Facility amenities: There is a cosy hotel bar and internet is available in the lobby. Non smoking breakfast rooms, lounge, public business corner to check the internet.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: € 115 double, € 90 single
Subject to availability and price change. To make arrangements please contact the Program Provider at roadscholarprograms@experiment-ev.de

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Three: Sunday, August 25 - Guided Berlin city excursion
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Introduction to the program by the group leader. Lecture: Historical development and sociocultural characteristics of the city of Berlin. Guided Berlin city excursion to get an overview of Berlin

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant

Afternoon: Continuing guided excursion

Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant

Lodging: Winter's Hotel Berlin Mitte

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: The Hotel is located in the building of the former ministry of foreign affairs, has a classical facade and is centrally located but quiet. The former German politician Walter Rathenau stayed at what today is the Winter's Hotel Berlin Mitte and many important social political and industrial innovations were thought out here.

Contact info:
Hedemannstraße 11/12
Berlin, 10969 Germany
phone: +49 (0)30 319 86 18 - 0
web: www.winters.de/hotel-berlin-mitte/index.php?page=hotel

Room amenities: Television, telephone, safe, internet access, W-LAN, hairdryer

Facility amenities: There is a cosy hotel bar and internet is available in the lobby. Non smoking breakfast rooms, lounge, public business corner to check the internet.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: € 115 double, € 90 single
Subject to availability and price change. To make arrangements please contact the Program Provider at roadscholarprograms@experiment-ev.de

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Four: Monday, August 26 - German Bundestag
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Field trip to the German Bundestag: During a guided visit of the parliament you learn about the political system in Germany and discuss current political subjects with a member of parliament. The visit rounds off with the view from the cupola

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant

Afternoon: Field trip to the Museumsinsel. Free time to visit the museums with a day pass on own

Dinner: Dinner on own

Lodging: Winter's Hotel Berlin Mitte

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: The Hotel is located in the building of the former ministry of foreign affairs, has a classical facade and is centrally located but quiet. The former German politician Walter Rathenau stayed at what today is the Winter's Hotel Berlin Mitte and many important social political and industrial innovations were thought out here.

Contact info:
Hedemannstraße 11/12
Berlin, 10969 Germany
phone: +49 (0)30 319 86 18 - 0
web: www.winters.de/hotel-berlin-mitte/index.php?page=hotel

Room amenities: Television, telephone, safe, internet access, W-LAN, hairdryer

Facility amenities: There is a cosy hotel bar and internet is available in the lobby. Non smoking breakfast rooms, lounge, public business corner to check the internet.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: € 115 double, € 90 single
Subject to availability and price change. To make arrangements please contact the Program Provider at roadscholarprograms@experiment-ev.de

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Five: Tuesday, August 27 - Schloss Sanssouci
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Excursion to Potsdam. Guided visit to the Sanssouci Castle

Lunch: Lunch on own

Afternoon: Free Time in Berlin

Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant

Evening: Concert at the Berliner Dom: Romantische Nacht

Lodging: Winter's Hotel Berlin Mitte

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: The hotel is situated near the historic part of the town in the inner city of Dresden. From the Bruehlsche Terrace near the hotel you can get a view of the "Florence on the Elbe" with its "White Fleet" and the famous skyline. All famous sights as well as the commercial center and the government sector can be reached on foot in a few minutes.

Contact info:
Terrassenufer 12
Dresden, 01069 Germany
phone: +49 (0) 351 4409-50
web: www.hotel-terrassenufer.de/10.html

Room amenities: All rooms are modern and functionally equipped and offer a beautiful view over the river Elbe and the old town as well as the "Sächsische Schweiz". There is wireless internet available.

Facility amenities: Restaurant, lobby bar and public internet point in the lobby.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Six: Wednesday, August 28 - Church of Our Lady
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Transfer to Dresden by bus

Lunch: Lunch at the hotel

Afternoon: Check-in at the hotel. Guided city walk to get an overview of Dresden including a visit to the Frauenkirche

Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant

Lodging: Hotel am Terrassenufer

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: The hotel is situated near the historic part of the town in the inner city of Dresden. From the Bruehlsche Terrace near the hotel you can get a view of the "Florence on the Elbe" with its "White Fleet" and the famous skyline. All famous sights as well as the commercial center and the government sector can be reached on foot in a few minutes.

Contact info:
Terrassenufer 12
Dresden, 01069 Germany
phone: +49 (0) 351 4409-50
web: www.hotel-terrassenufer.de/10.html

Room amenities: All rooms are modern and functionally equipped and offer a beautiful view over the river Elbe and the old town as well as the "Sächsische Schweiz". There is wireless internet available.

Facility amenities: Restaurant, lobby bar and public internet point in the lobby.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Seven: Thursday, August 29 - Semperoper
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Guided visit to the Semperoper and free time

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant

Afternoon: Free Time

Dinner: Dinner at the hotel

Lodging: Hotel am Terrassenufer

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: The Dürer Hotel is consequently run by the proprietors themselves in person, according to the motto "Coming home". The central feature is the hotel's own Mediterranean garden, an oasis at the heart of the Old Town. Each room has a personal character of its own.

Contact info:
Neutormauer 32
Nürnberg, 90403 Germany
phone: +49 (0) 911 / 21 46 65 - 0
web: www.duerer-hotel.de

Room amenities: All rooms are equipped with bathroom/shower, WC, hairdryer, vanity mirror, large desk, telephone, LCD television, W-Lan (one hour a day free of charge) and minibar

Facility amenities: The hotel has a small wellness area with sauna, steam bath, treadmill, ergometer and rowing machine is also available to you at no additional cost. Round off the day with a drink in our hotel bar. A small library there contains all you need to know about Albrecht Dürer and Nuremberg.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Eight: Friday, August 30 - Imperial Castle of Nuremberg
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Transfer to Nuremberg by coach

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant

Afternoon: Free time (visit of the Dürer House). Guided walking tour of the city

Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant

Lodging: Dürer Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: The Hotel Conrad de Ville is a charming hotel in the city centre of Munich and has a mediteranean style. It is located in walking distance to the main attractions like the cathedral, the Hofbräuhaus, the Stachus, the Sendlinger Tor, the Viktualienmarket and the "Wiesn", where the Octoberfest takes place.

Contact info:
Schillerstraße 10
80336 München, Germany
phone: +49 89 54 55 6-0
web: www.conrad-hotel.de

Room amenities: All rooms are modernly furnished and are equipped with TV, telephone, internet access, radio and hair dryer. There are smoking and non smoking rooms available. During breakfast there is a non smoking policy.

Facility amenities: Restaurant, bar, hotel safe

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Nine: Saturday, August 31 - Nazi party Rally Grounds
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Visit to the Documentation Centre Nazi party Rally Grounds. Thematic Talk: "Nuremberg - City of the Nazi Party Rallies and the German Resistance During the Third Reich" Accompanied walk through the exhibition.

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant

Afternoon: Transfer to Munich by coach. Check-in at the hotel

Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant

Lodging: Hotel Conrad de Ville

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: The Hotel Conrad de Ville is a charming hotel in the city centre of Munich and has a mediteranean style. It is located in walking distance to the main attractions like the cathedral, the Hofbräuhaus, the Stachus, the Sendlinger Tor, the Viktualienmarket and the "Wiesn", where the Octoberfest takes place.

Contact info:
Schillerstraße 10
80336 München, Germany
phone: +49 89 54 55 6-0
web: www.conrad-hotel.de

Room amenities: All rooms are modernly furnished and are equipped with TV, telephone, internet access, radio and hair dryer. There are smoking and non smoking rooms available. During breakfast there is a non smoking policy.

Facility amenities: Restaurant, bar, hotel safe

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Ten: Sunday, September 01 - Alte Pinakothek
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel dining room

Morning: Guided city excursion by bus. Afterwards Lecture on the History of Munich and Bavaria

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant

Afternoon: Guided tour through the "Alte Pinakothek". Afterwards free time to explore the other museums on own

Dinner: Dinner on own

Lodging: Hotel Conrad de Ville

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: The Hotel Conrad de Ville is a charming hotel in the city centre of Munich and has a mediteranean style. It is located in walking distance to the main attractions like the cathedral, the Hofbräuhaus, the Stachus, the Sendlinger Tor, the Viktualienmarket and the "Wiesn", where the Octoberfest takes place.

Contact info:
Schillerstraße 10
80336 München, Germany
phone: +49 89 54 55 6-0
web: www.conrad-hotel.de

Room amenities: All rooms are modernly furnished and are equipped with TV, telephone, internet access, radio and hair dryer. There are smoking and non smoking rooms available. During breakfast there is a non smoking policy.

Facility amenities: Restaurant, bar, hotel safe

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Eleven: Monday, September 02 - Neuschwanstein Castle and Wieskirche
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel dining room

Morning: Guided visit to the Neuschwanstein Castle

Lunch: Lunch on own

Afternoon: Guided visit of the Wieskirche (UNESCO World Heritage)

Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant

Lodging: Hotel Conrad de Ville

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: The Heidelberg Marriott Hotel is the only hotel with a terrace beside the Neckar River and a fantastic view to the castle of Heidelberg.

Contact info:
Vangerowstrasse 16
Heidelberg, 69115 Germany
phone: +4962219080
web: www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/hdbmc-heidelberg-marriott-hotel/

Room amenities: Spacious rooms with mini-bar, individual air-conditioning, hair dryer. Wireless LAN Internet access, telephone with voice mail system, fax and modem connection. All guest rooms are equipped with flatscreens TV's

Facility amenities: Spa wellness center Indoor pool Coffee in lobby Concierge Lounge Hours Concierge desk Foreign exchange Housekeeping service daily Laundry on-site Limousine service Newspaper delivered to room, on request Newspaper in lobby Room service, 24-hour Safe deposit boxes, front desk Shoeshine Shoeshine stand Valet dry-cleaning Virtual Concierge Available

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Twelve: Tuesday, September 03 - Castle of Heidelberg
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel dinning room

Morning: Transfer to Heidelberg by coach

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant

Afternoon: Guided city tour of Heidelberg including a visit of the famous castle

Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant

Lodging: Heidelberg Marriott Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: The Heidelberg Marriott Hotel is the only hotel with a terrace beside the Neckar River and a fantastic view to the castle of Heidelberg.

Contact info:
Vangerowstrasse 16
Heidelberg, 69115 Germany
phone: +4962219080
web: www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/hdbmc-heidelberg-marriott-hotel/

Room amenities: Spacious rooms with mini-bar, individual air-conditioning, hair dryer. Wireless LAN Internet access, telephone with voice mail system, fax and modem connection. All guest rooms are equipped with flatscreens TV's

Facility amenities: Spa wellness center Indoor pool Coffee in lobby Concierge Lounge Hours Concierge desk Foreign exchange Housekeeping service daily Laundry on-site Limousine service Newspaper delivered to room, on request Newspaper in lobby Room service, 24-hour Safe deposit boxes, front desk Shoeshine Shoeshine stand Valet dry-cleaning Virtual Concierge Available

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Thirteen: Wednesday, September 04 - Schwarzw?lder Kirschtorte at the Mummelsee
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Day trip to the Black Forest

Lunch: Lunch at the Mummelsee, including "Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte"

Afternoon: Field trip to the Kloster Alpirsbach

Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant

Lodging: Heidelberg Marriott Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: The hotel is located in the old city - very centrally but quiet.

Contact info:
Frauenstraße 7
Trier, 54290 Germany
phone: +49 -(0)651 / 9793-2060
web: www.residenz-trier.de

Room amenities: All rooms are suites and equipped with SAT-TV, telephone, kitchen, minibar, hair dryer and a balcony

Facility amenities: Internet access at the library (free of charge).

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Fourteen: Thursday, September 05 - Roman city of Trier
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel dining room

Morning: Transfer to Trier by coach. Lecture: The Romans in Trier - the oldest city of Germany.

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant

Afternoon: Guided city excursion of Trier

Dinner: Dinner on own to enjoy the local fare

Lodging: Hotel Residenz

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: The Hotel is located in the city centre of Cologne, in walking distance from the cathedral and old town. In the evening you will have the chance to relax in a cosy Hotel bar and enjoy life music.

Contact info:
Flandrische Straße 3-11
50674, Köln Germany
phone: +49 221 20 36 0
web: www.flandrischerhof.de/de/index.html

Room amenities: All rooms are equipped with telephone and satellite TV.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights after: 120 Euro double, 80 Euro singl
Advanced reservation required and depending upon availability. Rates subject to change. To make arrangements please contact the Program Provider at roadscholarprograms@experiment-ev.de

Check out time: 12:00 PM

Day Fifteen: Friday, September 06 - Loreley Valley
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Drive through the Mosel Valley and reach Bacharach at the river Rhine

Lunch: Lunch at Bacharach, including a wine tasting

Afternoon: Boat trip on the river Rhine along the Loreley. Continue to Cologne by bus. Check in at the hotel

Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant

Lodging: Hotel Flandrischer Hof

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: The Hotel is located in the city centre of Cologne, in walking distance from the cathedral and old town. In the evening you will have the chance to relax in a cosy Hotel bar and enjoy life music.

Contact info:
Flandrische Straße 3-11
50674, Köln Germany
phone: +49 221 20 36 0
web: www.flandrischerhof.de/de/index.html

Room amenities: All rooms are equipped with telephone and satellite TV.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights after: 120 Euro double, 80 Euro singl
Advanced reservation required and depending upon availability. Rates subject to change. To make arrangements please contact the Program Provider at roadscholarprograms@experiment-ev.de

Check out time: 12:00 PM

Day Sixteen: Saturday, September 07 - Cologne Cathedral
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel dinning room

Morning: Lecture and guided walking tour: "Cologne from Roman times until today". Followed by a visit to the cathedral

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant

Afternoon: Free time to explore Cologne on own

Dinner: Farewell Dinner

Lodging: Hotel Flandrischer Hof

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day Seventeen: Sunday, September 08 - Transfer to the Airport for international departu...
Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast


Free Time Opportunities


Cologne
Chocolate MuseumThe Chocolate Museum was opened on 31 December 1993 in the heart of Cologne. The first new building in the Rheinau harbour constructed to resemble a ship made of glass and metal, it is located at the northern tip of a new section of the city, a new urban planning highlight for this metropolis on the Rhine. This museum is the only chocolate museum in the world in which visitors can experience everything about this wonderful, favourite food product. Address: Am Schokoladenmuseum 1a. Opening hours: Tue to Fri 10 am - 6 pm, Sat, Sun, holidays 11 am - 7 pm closed on Mondays
For additional information, visit: www.chocolatemuseum-cologne.com/
General OverviewRoman sites: Praetoritum, Roman tower, Roman north gate Romanesque churches e.g. Groß St. Martin, St. Gereon, St. Andreas Zoological parc
For additional information, visit: www.koeln.de/tourismus/koelntourismus/en/
Museum LudwigThe museum is devoted to modern art from the beginning of the 20th century. The highlight of the museum is the collection of Pop Art built up by Peter and Irene Ludwig - the largest outside the USA! In addition, the Ludwigs have bequeathed a considerable collection on the Russian avantgarde from the period from 1906 to 1930 and a collection of several hundred works by Pablo Picasso. The Expressionists are outstandingly represented in the collection of the Cologne advocate Joseph Haubrich. Under the directorship of Kasper König the museum continues the collect contemporary art systematically. Opening hours: Tue – Sun 10 am – 6 pm, closed on Mondays. Address: Bischofsgartenstr. 1
For additional information, visit: www.museum-ludwig.de
Romano-Germanic MuseumBuilt above the Roman town villa with the world-famous Dionysus mosaic the Romano-Germanic Museum houses examples of art, culture and everyday life in Roman and early medieval Cologne. A highlight is the worldwide largest collection of Roman glass with the tri-coloured cage cup and the miniature portrait of Emperor Augustus in turquoise glass. The art of barbarian peoples in the early Middle Ages is shown in various types of precious jewellery for women and men - a form of capital in the Migration Period. These objects at the Romano-Germanic Museum form part of one of the richest early European collections. Opening hours: Tue – Sun 10 am to 5 pm, every first Thu of the month from 10 am to 10 pm. Address: Roncalliplatz 4
For additional information, visit: www.museenkoeln.de/roemisch-germanisches-museum/
Wallraf-Richartz-MuseumThe Wallraf-Richartz-Museum - Foundation Corboud is one of the great traditional picture galleries in Germany. Here visitors may admire the most important collection of old Cologne paintings worldwide, art of the Baroque period including major works by Rubens and Rembrandt and, in the 19th century section, paintings from the Romantic period, Realism and Symbolism. In the Corboud collection the museum has in addition an outstanding collection of works of Impressionism and especially Post-Impressionism. Opening hours: Tue – Sun 10 am – 6 pm, Thu 10 am to 9 pm public holidays from 10 am to 6 pm Address: Obenmarspforten (at the city hall)
For additional information, visit: www.wallraf.museum
Dresden
Dresden Transport MuseumTrams and trains, automobiles, bicycles, aircraft, ships: Every means of transportation known to man is presented here in the original or as a model, e.g. Germany's oldest steam locomotive, the Muldenthal of 1861, and a three-wheeled Phänomobil. The "Johanneum," where the electors once "parked" their coaches and horses, provides a splendid setting. Opening hours: Tue – Sun 10 am – 6 pm. Place: Augustusstraße 1 (Altstadt)
For additional information, visit: www.verkehrsmuseum-dresden.de
Dresden ZwingerThe Zwinger was built 1710-28 as an orangery and a setting for court festivities, it was later used for exhibitions. Most perfect example of Late Baroque architecture in Germany. Construction of the Semper Gallery 1847-55. Armoury: The Rüstkammer is one of the world's most outstanding collections of parade arms, armour and costumes. The permanent exhibition comprises finely decorated weapons, images of tournaments, impressive jousting and tilting equipment from throughout Europe and the Orient, spanning the 16th through the 18th centuries. Old Masters Pictures Gallery: This museum owes its world renown to the outstanding quality of its paintings. Among the primary focuses are Italian paintings of the Renaissance and works in Baroque style. Equally significant are the collections of Dutch and Flemish paintings and of paintings by Spanish, French and German artists of the 16th to 18th centuries. Porcelain Collection:The Porzellansammlung is one of the world's most important and largest collections. It owes its existence to August the Strong, who once referred to his passion for this material as a "maladie de porcelaine." Chinese and Japanese art works appear alongside a great wealth of Meissen porcelain. Opening hours: Tue- Sun 10 am - 6 pm Address:Theaterplatz 1
For additional information, visit: www.der-dresdner-zwinger.de
German Hygiene Museum"Marvel - Learn - Try out" is the motto at Europe's only science museum to focus on the human being and body within the context of the environment and society, culture and science. Beside the permanent show, the museum's temporary exhibitions look at current issues in science and society, and how they effect our everyday lives. The children's museum offers an interactive show on the human senses. Opening hours: Tue – Sun 10 am – 6 pm. Place: Lingnerplatz 1 (Altstadt)
For additional information, visit: www.dhmd.de
Military History MuseumThe Military History Museum is Dresden’s largest museum and presents over 800 years of German military history. The new museum concept shows the causes and consequences of war and violence. The focus is placed on the human component, on all the fears, hopes, passion, memories, aspiration, courage and reason. Opening hours: Thu – Tue 10-6pm, Mon 10-9pm, closed Wed. Place: Olbrichtplatz 2
For additional information, visit: www.mhmbw.de
Municipal Gallery and Art CollectionThis gallery houses the city's art holdings: 1,700 paintings, 800 sculptures and more than 20,000 graphic works. The earliest holdings date from the 16th century, the majority of the works from the 19th and 20th centuries. The collection is to be continually expanded, primarily through the acquisition of contemporary art. Opening hours: Tue – Thu, Sat – Sun 10 am – 6 pm, Fri 10 am – 7 pm. Place: Wilsdruffer Straße 2 (Altstadt)
For additional information, visit: www.galerie-dresden.de
Municipal Museum DresdenA synthesis of the Classicist, Late Baroque and Rococo styles, the State House of 1770-1775 - near the Frauenkirche - is one of Dresden's greatest architectural treasures. The museum housed within its walls possesses the most extensive collection on the Saxon capital's art and cultural history and is also dedicated to researching that history. Opening hours: Tue – Thu, Sat – Sun 10 am – 6 pm, Fri 10 am – 7 pm. Place: Wilsdruffer Straße 2 (Altstadt)
For additional information, visit: www.museen-dresden.de
Museum of Technology and IndustryThe museum possesses more than 30,000 collector's items from Saxon, German and international industry and technology of the past 150 years, e.g. cameras, typewriters, radios, computers and mechanical musical instruments. A café in the 48-metre-high tower of the former Ernemann Camera Factory is the perfect place to rest and enjoy the view of Dresden. Opening hours: Tue – Fri 9 am – 5 pm, Sat – Sun 10 am – 6 pm. Place: Junghansstraße 1 (Striesen)
For additional information, visit: www.tsd.de
Royal PalaceCabinet of Prints, Drawings And Photographs: The Kupferstich-Kabinett is one of the world's most prominent art museums for drawings, prints and photographs. Its collection comprises over 500,000 works on paper by more than 11,000 artists of eight centuries. The study room offers all visitors the opportunity to examine the originals. Historic Green Vault:Extensive restoration work and partial reconstruction have regenerated the former splendour of the famous treasury museum - a unique Baroque ensemble in which the individual objects come second to the sheer abundance of works of art. New Green Vault: The spectacular tour through the treasury collection reveals major artworks from the Renaissance and Baroque periods. The presentation of 1,000 pieces in non-reflecting glass showcases allows visitors to be captivated by their infinite richness of detail. Coin Cabinet: As one of the largest collections of its kind, the Münzkabinett is a museum of European significance. Today, the encyclopaedic collection comprises almost 300,000 objects - coins, medals, decorations, bank notes, historical bonds, coin and medal dies and coinage devices. Opening hours: Wed – Mon 10 am – 6 pm. Address: Taschenberg 2
For additional information, visit: www.skd.museum/en/museums-institutions/residenzschloss/index.html
The Dresden FortressTestimonies to an age often outshone by the Baroque splendours lie concealed beneath the world-famous Brühl Terrace - for example the last surviving city gate of the former Saxon royal residence and the city's oldest surviving stone bridge, guard rooms and cannon yards, battlements, spiral staircases and old military chambers known as casemates. Opening hours: Daily 10 am – 6 pm. Place: Georg-Treu-Platz (Altstadt)
For additional information, visit: www.festung-dresden.de
Heidelberg
Carl Bosch MuseumThe museum opened its doors in May 1998 in the original garage-house which served as the residence of Carl Bosch's driver, and, of course, as a garage for his automobiles - the vintage brands Horch and Maybach. Presented within a space of 300m and two outdoor courtyards, the museum displays the most interesting and exciting highlights of the life of Carl Bosch. Opening hours: daily, except Thu, 10 am to 5 pm. Address: Schloss-Wolfsbrunnenweg 46 . Admission: the sculpture garden is free
For additional information, visit: www.carl-bosch-museum.de
Kurpfaelzisches MuseumThe Museum discusses items like archaeology, Heildelberg's urban history, paintings and sculptures, applied arts, graphic arts, educational facilities and public relations and services. Opening hours: 10 am to 6 pm: Tue - Sun closed on Mondays. Address: Hauptstrasse 97
For additional information, visit: www.museum-heidelberg.de
University MuseumUniversity Prison, University Museum, and Old Auditorium Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10 am - 6 pm Address:Grabengasse 1
For additional information, visit: www.uni-heidelberg.de/institutions/museums/universitymuseum_about.html
Berlin
Allied MuseumThe museum, located in the former U.S. Army "Outpost" movie theater, documents the role of the Western Allies (U.S., France, and Britain) in the post-war period and the life of allied troops in Berlin. Address: Clayallee 135 Opening hours: 10 am to 6 pm - Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun. Admission: Free
For additional information, visit: www.alliiertenmuseum.de
Anne Frank CenterThe Anne Frank Center is the German partner organisation of the Anne Frank House, Amsterdam. A permanent exhibition shows the life of Anne Frank, in addition, the Center organizes various events especially for pupils and special exhibitions. Address: Rosenthaler Straße 39 Opening hours: 10 am to 6 pm - Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun Admission: Free for Children up to 10 years
For additional information, visit: www.annefrank.de
Bauhaus-Archiv BerlinWorks from all Bauhaus stages and workshops and from the trend-setting Gestaltungsschule (School of Design) from 1919 until 1933. The estates of Walter Gropius, Georg Muche and Herbert Bayer. Address: Klingelhöferstraße 14. Opening hours: 10 am to 5 pm - Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun,1st May, Ascension Day, Whitsunday, Whitmonday, German Unification Day
For additional information, visit: www.bauhaus.de
Berlin Wall MemorialThe documentary centre Berlin Wall is part of the memorial ensemble at the Bernauer Straße with memorial Berlin Wall, chapel of conciliation and the documentary center. Address: Bernauer Straße 111 Opening hours: 9.30 am to 7 pm - Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun ( from 04-01 to 10-31) 9.30 am to 6 pm - Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun ( from 11-01 to 03-31) Admission: Free, guided tour also free
For additional information, visit: www.berliner-mauer-dokumentationszentrum.de
Centrum JudaicumPermanent exhibition about the history of the New Synagogue and the Jewish life in its surroundings; special exhibitions. Opening hours: Jewish holidays closed up 10 am to 8 pm - Mon, Sun ( 04-01 to 09-30 ) 10 am to 6 pm- Tue, Wed, Thu 10 am to 5 pm - Fri 10 am to 8 pm - Mon, Sun Address:Oranienburgerstr 28/30
For additional information, visit: www.cjudaicum.de
Charlottenburg PalaceSchloß Charlottenburg, the largest and most beautiful palace in Berlin, it is a shining example of baroque architecture. It was built between 1695-99 as a summer residence for Sophie Charlotte, the consort of Elector Friedrich III. Knobelsdorff constructed the eastern wing from 1740-46. From 1787-91, Carl Langhans constructed the palace theater as an extension to the orangery wing. Opening hours: 9 am to 6 pm - Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun. 'Altes Schloss' 11 am to 6 pm-Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun . 'Neuer Flügel' (04-01 to 10-31) 11 am to 5 pm- Tue, Wed, Thu, Sat, Sun . 'Neuer Flügel' (11.01 to 03-31)
For additional information, visit: www.spsg.de
DDR Museum BerlinEverydaylife of a former state, multimedia-based and interactive: The GDR Address: Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 1. Opening hours: 10 am to 8 pm - Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun 10 am to 10 pm - Sat
For additional information, visit: www.ddr-museum.de
German Historical MuseumIn June 2006 the Zeughaus has reopened for the public with the newly designed permanent exhibition "German History in Images and Testimonials". Covering 8,000 sq. metres of exhibition space, the exhibits from the DHM's own collections convey a vivid picture of the past. The Pei-Building behind the Zeughaus was opened on May, 24 2003. It houses the special exhibitions of the German Historical Museum. Address: Unter den Linden 2. Opening hours: daily 10 am to 6 pm
For additional information, visit: www.dhm.de
Hamburg Main StationPainting, sculptures, graphics, photography, video, multimedia works, room, and light installations of the collections of the National Gallery, the Erich Marx Collection and the Friedrich Christian Flick collection with works by Andy Warhol Cy Twombly, Robert Rauschenberg, Roy Lichtenstein, Anselm Kiefer, Joseph Beuys, Duane Hanson, Paul McCarthy, Francis Picabia, Bruce Naumann, Jeff Koons, Martin Kippenberger, Pipilotti Rist. Address: Invalidenstraße 50-51. Opening hours: 10 am to 6 pm - Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, 1st May, Ascension Day, Whitmonday, German Unification Day 11 am to 8 pm - Sat 11 am to 6 pm - Sun, Whitsunday Admission: Free for Children up to 16 years; every Thursday four hours before the closing of the museum for the permanent exhibition.
For additional information, visit: www.smb.museum.de
Holocaust MemorialThe memorial comprises 2711 concrete blocks and was constructed between 2003 and 2005 close to the Brandenburg Gate on the basis of a design by architect Peter Eisenman. The subterranean information centre situated in the south-eastern corner of the monument commemorates the victims and provides material on the historical sites of the destruction and on existing memorials. Address: Cora-Berliner-Straße 1. Opening hours: always accessible: field with the concrete blocks. 04-01 to 09-30: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun, 1st May, Whitmonday 10 to 8 pm information centre, also on mon, 17.04., 01.05., 05.06., 12.06., 19.06., 26.06., 03.07. Mon. Center of Information closed. 10-01 to 03-31: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun 10 am to 7 pm. information centre winter. Admission: Free, donations are welcome
For additional information, visit: www.stiftung-denkmal.de
Jewish MuseumThe museum’s permanent historical exhibition extends over 3,000 m² and invites visitors to journey through two millennia of German-Jewish history. Its depictions of 14 historical periods from the Middle Ages to the present paint a vivid portrait of German-Jewish life. Artistic and everyday objects, photos and letters, interactive displays and media stations together convey the history of Jewish culture in Germany and show how tightly Jewish life and German history are interwoven. Opening hours: Mon 10 am - 10 pm, Tue - Sun 10 am - 8 pm. Address:Lindenstraße 9-14
Kulturforum Potsdamer PlatzNeue Nationalgalerie / New National Gallery: 20th century art: Collection of expressionist works, Bauhaus works, new objectivity, art in the period after the war. The permament exhibition usually isn't shown when temporary exhibitions take place. Opening hours: Tue, Wed, Fri 10 am - 6 pm, Thu 10 am - 10 pm, Sat & Sun 11 am- 6 pm. Address: Potsdamer Straße 50. Gemäldegalerie / Picture Gallery: European paintings from the 13th - 18th century. Masterpieces from all epochs, including paintings by Eyck, Bruegel, Dürer, Raffael, Tizian, Caravaggio, Rembrandt, and Rubens. Opening hours: Tue, Wed, Fri 10 am- 6 pm, Thu 10 am-10pm, Sat & Sun 11 am - 6 pm. Address:Matthäikirchplatz 4-6. Musikinstrumentenmuseum / Museum for Musical Instruments: Bach's harpsichord and its replicates as well as the biggest cinema and theatre organ in Europe (live demonstrations every Saturday). Opening hours: Tue, Wed, Thu 9 am- 5 pm, Thu 9 am - 10 pm, Sat & Sun 10 am - 5 pm Address: Tiergartenstraße 1. Admission:Thursdays from 6 pm free.
For additional information, visit: www.smb.museum.de
Martin-Gropius-BauAs important exhibition hall in Berlin, the Martin-Gropius-Bau shows temporary exhibitions of international rank. Address: Niederkirchner Straße 7. Opening hours: 10 am to 8 pm - Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun, Ascension Day, Whitsunday, Whitmonday, German Unification Day. Admission: Depends on exhibition
For additional information, visit: www.gropiusbau.de
MuseumsinselAltes Museum: Greek and Roman art and sculptures; Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection, Pergamon Museum: Antiquity collection, Museum of Islamic Art, Museum of Anterior Asia, Bodemuseum: Collection of sculptures, Museum of Byzantine Art, the coin cabinet, works from the Gemäldegalerie. Old National Gallery: 19th century art. Addresses: Lustgarten and Bodestraße 1-3. Opening hours: 10 am to 6 pm - Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun, 1st May, Whitsunday, Whitmonday, German Unification Day 10 am to 10 pm - Thu, Ascension Day The Old National Gallery is closed on Mondays! Admission: Free for Children up to 16 years; Each Thursday 4 hours before closing admission free for all visitors
For additional information, visit: www.smb.museum.de
Wall Museum House at Checkpoint CharlieFounded in 1962 beside the legendary Checkpoint Charlie border crossing, the history of the Berlin Wall, original objects from successful escapes under, over and above the ground. World-wide non-violent struggle for human rights. Opening hours: 9 am to 10 pm - daily
For additional information, visit: www.mauermuseum.de
Zoo and Aquarium BerlinAffectionately known as the Zoo on the south-west corner of the Tiergarten, this is Berlin’s favourite family spot - a wonderfully kept urban Zoo with a huge playground, restaurants, and coffee shops, providing a whole day’s worth of family entertainment. The Zoo is home to 13,700 animals and 1,400 species, its animals are part of local life and most Berliners will be aware of the news of a new arrival. Rare among city zoos, the Zoologischer Garten was founded in 1844 and was the first Zoo to be built in Germany. Under Friedrich Wilhelm IV it became a joint project by Martin Lichtenstein and Peter Joseph Lennè who had redesigned the Tiergarten and allocated the southwestern tip of the Tiergarten as a zoological garden. Opening hours: March 21st - October 16th: 9am to 7 pm, October 17 th - March 20 th: 9 am to 5 pm. Address: Hardenbergplatz 8
For additional information, visit: www.zoo-berlin.de/zoo.html
Zoological Garden "Tierpark" BerlinThe "Tierpark Berlin" is the biggest landscape zoological garden in Europe. More than 7500 animals of 900 different species are represented in the enclosures. Opening hours: daily from 9 am to 5,6 or 7 pm (depends from month). Address: Am Tierpark 125
For additional information, visit: www.tierpark-berlin.de/tierpark.html
Munich
BMW MuseumThis museum, with its distinctive architecture in the shape of a futuristic silver bowl, is among the most attractive museums in Munich. The "time horizons" exhibition takes you on an exciting journey through technical feats of pioneering - from the historic BMW sports car through legendary prototypes, right up to futuristic study of automobiles and motorcycles. The path also takes the visitor past topical subjects like alternative propulsion methods, recycling and cooperative traffic management. Opening hours: Tue – Sun 10 am – 6 pm. Address: Am Olympiapark 2
For additional information, visit: www.bmw-welt.com
Beer- and "Oktoberfest" MuseumThe building has been constructed after the great fire of 1327, where a third of the city has been destroyed, due to Emperor Luis' of Bavaria order of city expansion. The still intact Isartor can be traced back to the same time. The house in Sternecker Street 2 has been restored in the old form. The partly intact facade paintings with square patterns has been uncovered and replenished. Furthermore the "Heaven's Stairs", which are typical for Munich, are intact. It visibly reaches the roof from the ground floor. Opening hours: 1 pm to 6 pm, closed on Monday and public vacations. Address: Sterneckerstrasse 2
For additional information, visit: www.bier-und-oktoberfestmuseum.de
German MuseumIt´s the first scientific-technological museums in the world. The laws of nature, instruments and technological methods are presented in this Mount Olympus of knowledge on a scientifically high level, yet in an enthralling and entertaining way. Learning by doing - this concept enthralls around 1.3 million people every year and has been providing visitors with a comprehensive basic understanding of science and technology for one hundred years. Understanding that is urgently needed to get to grips with a world that is becoming more and more complex. Opening hours: daily 9 am- 5 pm. Address: Museumsinsel 1
For additional information, visit: www.deutsches-museum.de
Olympic ParkSite of the 1972 Olympics, this landscaped park contains sport facilities, lakes, bicycle paths, concert venues, restaurants and a football stadium, as well as its landmark "tent-style" roofs. Don´t miss the fascinating BMW Museum across the street, right next to the companies headquaters - which was constructed in the shape of a four-cylinder engine. Opening hours: The park is open round the clock. Olympic Tower: daily 9 am – midnight. Olympic Stadion: daily 9 am – 6 pm (except of events). Address: Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21
For additional information, visit: www.olympiapark.de
PinakothekenAlte Pinakothek: One of the oldest and most important galleries in the world. More than 800 masterpieces by European artists bring to life the development of art from the Middle Ages to the end of the Rococo period. Neue Pinakothek: Outstanding works of European art and sculpture from the late 18th to the beginning of the 20th century. Pinakothek der Moderne: The biggest museum for modern art in Germany. In addition to art, sculpture, photography and video of the Staatsgalerie moderner Kunst, Die Neue Sammlung will present itself with first class examples of design and handicrafts, the Architekturmuseum of the University with architectural illustrations, photographs and models and the Staatliche Graphische Sammlung with printed graphics and precious master illustrations. Museum Brandhorst It displays about 200 exhibits from collection of modern art of the heirs of the Henkel trust Udo and Anette Brandhorst. In 2009 the Brandhorst Collection comprises more than 700 works. Opening hours: daily except Mon 10 am – 6 pm. Neue Pinakothek: daily except Tue. Address: Barer Straße 27-29; Theresienstraße 35
For additional information, visit: www.pinakothek.de/home
ResidenceOne of Europe's most significant interior decoration museums. For five hundred years the facility in the middle of the old city was the residence and center of power of the Bavarian dukes, electors and kings, but also the expression of art intellect and passion for building.The 130 rooms of the Residence Munich have been filled with furniture and oil paintings, tapestries and porcelain from the best artists of their time. In addition to the resplendent showrooms, numerous special collections such as silver, porcelain or relic rooms can also be viewed. Opening hours: daily from 9 am to 6 pm (April 1st - October 17th) daily from 10 am to 5 pm (October 18th - March 31st). Address: Max-Joseph-Platz3
For additional information, visit: www.residenz-muenchen.de
Trier
AmphitheaterBeyond the medieval city wall lies the Roman Amphitheater. Cruel games with animal and gladiator combats were conducted here popular public entertainment. The arena, built in the 2nd century A.D. had a seating capacity of about 20,000. Address:Olewigerstraße Opening hours: April - September: daily 9 am - 6 pm October and March: daily 9 am - 5 pm
Archaeological MuseumThe largest and most certainly best-known Trier museum is the Archaeological Museum. No other museum in Germany informs so comprehensively about the civilization, economy, settlement, religion, and art of the first four hundred years of the common era. The oldest traces of humans, burial goods from Celtic chieftains’ graves, and the finds from excavations of the La Tène Culture (since 450 BC) are exhibited. Models and reconstructions offer the visitor a better concept of this period. Opening hours: 10 am to 5 pm Tue - Sun closed on Mondays Address: Weimarer Allee 1
For additional information, visit: www.landesmuseum-trier.de
Imperial BathsOver 1600 years ago, the Romans built one of the grandest and most impressive baths in the world: the Imperial Baths. Today you can visit this gigantic bathing facility. Opening hours: April - September daily 9 am - 6 pm October & March daily 9 am - 7 pm. Address: Weimarer Allee 2
Karl Marx HouseThe exhibition in the Museum-Karl-Marx-Haus will inform you: about the person Karl Marx, his life, his work, his allies and his adversaries. Account is also given, for the first time, of the history of his influence which extends from the end of the nineteenth century up to present, thus encompassing the entire panorama of the twentieth century. Opening hours: April-October: 10 am to 6 pm Mon - Sun; 1st Fri 10 am to 6 pm November-March: 11 am to 5 pm Tue-Sun; 2 am to 5 pm Mon Address: Brueckenstraße 10
For additional information, visit: www.fes.de/Karl-Marx-Haus

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