Jeff in Berlin was a bit intense, would have loved more of the new and upcoming Art neighborhoods. Dresden my favorite, Vienna amazing and a go back to city."Dresden, as a beautiful and youthful fun little city." Our tour of Berlin, Prague, Vienna was great! "I was wowed by the interior of the Frauenkirche Church in Dresden.After a full day of sightseeing, you'll be set free to take in the city's vibrant culinary scene, or simply relax at a neighborhood beer garden. We'll start with a once-destroyed Jewish neighborhood now renewed with a flourish, visiting the workshop of heroic Otto Weidt.
Join us for the Best of Berlin, Prague & Vienna in 12 Days! At the Brandenburg Gate, we'll hear how locals felt on the day in 1989 when the Berlin Wall suddenly became irrelevant.Also, the Beauty and majesty of the Habsburg Palace." The tour was very well organized.Carlos was excellent at spelling out all the details, and really gifted at adding so many cultural extras to help us glean a better insight into the people and places we were seeing. The scenery and by then the group had established a rapport, so that it was truly fun." I really liked the overall experience: the size of the group, both our individual guide and the local guides, and the way we were given an orientation to each city and given the tools to explore on our own as well as being able to ask specific questions about things we wanted to do."Having studied European history, I knew the "facts" but actual personal family stories from all the guides brought alive what it was really like to make decisions during the years of two very extreme political systems, and the aftermath of wars." It was a very interesting tour and intense tour.The first part included so much history about the Nazi regime in World War II and I learned so much more from the experience being I Berlin and the concentration camp then ever possible in a history book.