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  • Religion and Reformation

    Learn more about the German cities which Martin Luther has affected and of which many have devoted themselves and their cultural and historical heritage to remember the Reformation.

    • In the footsteps of Martin Luther - 13 days (DE-H-00)

      This journey under the guiding theme Martin Luther combines visitations of meaningful citites of the reformation and world-wide known German cities such as Berlin and Frankfurt. 

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    • In the footsteps of Luther, Bach & Silbermann - 12 days (DE-H-02)

      Three historical German notability in one journey

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    • In the footsteps of Martin Luther in Germany and Italy - 11 days (DE-H-94)

      Follow Martin Luther's path through Germany and Rome - an excellent possibility to get to know meaningful German cities and also places Luthers visited during his pilgrimage to Rome. 

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  • Music, Literature and Philosophers

    Many world famous musicians and writers were born in Germany, e.g. Bach, Hermann Hesse, or Goethe and Schiller. If you want to travel together with your choir we can arrange for you to encounter other choirs and perform together.

    • In the footsteps of Goethe and Schiller (DE-H-60)

      In the footsteps of Germany's most famous writers...

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    • In the footsteps of Bach (DE-H-50)

      The Bach tour follows in the footsteps of life and belief of the great musician from Eisenach to Leipzig and many other stages of his life. Numerous musical performances at original venues bring us close to the immortal music of Bach.

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    • In the footsteps of Mozart in 3 countries (DE-H-51)

      Follow in the steps of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Munich, Salzburg, Vienna and Prague. The tour offers a unique experience by combining European history and modern life, capitals and the remote sanctuary of Konigsee at Berchtesgaden.

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    • In the footsteps of Hermann Hesse (DE-H-61)

      The thoughts and poems, stories and letters of Hermann Hesse are more than belles-lettres. Personal crises and high times reflect in his work, as do Hesse's stance on politics, ethics and religion.

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  • History and Culture

    Experience history dating back 2000 years! In Germany more than 30 sites have been declared UNESCO world heritage - among them are architectural monuments, historic city centers, castles and palaces, and also industrial facilities and extraordinary landscapes

    • Castles of Saxony (DE-H-71)

      When it comes to castles and palaces Germany has far more to offer than famous castle Neuschwanstein. We invite you to discover the cultural heritage in the federal state Saxony (Eastern Germany).  

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    • Historic towns (DE-H-25)

      The historic towns we will visit during this journey excel through their architecture and attractions that can still be admired to this day. Augsburg, the first stop on our trip, is one of the prettiest and most historically significant cities in Germany...

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    • Brick Gothic Architecture in Germany and Poland (DE-H-76)

      Discover beautiful hanseatic citites in Germany and Poland and visit their unique buidlings in the architectural style Brick Gothic (German: Backsteingotik).

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    • UNESCO heritage & bavarian castles

      The setting of fairytale castle 'Neuschwanstein' could not be more idyllic. It is today one of the most popular castles in Europe...

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  • In the footsteps of the Saints

    • In the footsteps of St. Benedict (DE-H-32)

    • In the footsteps of Pope Benedict XVI (DE-H-33)

    • In the footsteps of Hildegard of Bingen (DE-H-31)

      Hildegard of Bingen (1098 - 1179) was a medieval prophetic visionary. She wrote books on spirituality, medicine, health and nature, and was a correspondent with many powerful leaders... 

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    • In the footsteps of Elizabeth of Hungary (DE-H-30)

      Even today St. Elizabeth of Hungary is popular for her charity towards the poor and the sick. She is the patron saint of Thuringia and Hesse, of the Caritas charity organization, of widows and orphans, the sick and the needy as well as of bakers and lace-makers. 

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  • Catholical tours (in preparation)