Germany: Munich and the best of the East - Mundana

Day 1-3 Munich
No Image

Downing a beer or two is an essential experience in Southern Germany’s most attractive city. The beer halls are packed during Oktoberfest, but travel outside that period to experience the Hofbräuhaus without the crowds. Don’t miss the river surfers who try to keep their balance on the swift-flowing River Isar right in the heart of the city.
No image
4h 24m
0h 55m
4h 40m
Handpicked Luxury Hotels in Munich
ALL HOTELS IN Munich

Andaz Munich Schwabinger Tor - a concept by Hyatt

Starting at:
VIEW ROOMS

Rocco Forte The Charles Hotel

Starting at:
VIEW ROOMS

Roomers Munich, Autograph Collection

Starting at:
VIEW ROOMS
Top Activities and Restaurants in Munich
Munichcity guide
Transfer to your next destination
4h 24m0h 55m4h 40m

Day 4-5 Dresden
No Image

Enjoy one of East Germany’s most interesting cities. Its streets are lined with examples of Baroque and Rococo architecture, many of which have been painstakingly reconstructed after the devastating bombing of the Second World War. Don’t miss the city’s many museums, its Royal palace and its castle.
No image
2h 06m
1h 49m
Handpicked Luxury Hotels in Dresden
ALL HOTELS IN Dresden

Relais & Châteaux Bülow Palais

Starting at:
VIEW ROOMS
Transfer to your next destination
2h 06m1h 49m

Day 6-7 Berlin
No Image

Take a trip to the once-divided German capital has and you’ll find it has much to offer tourist. Amongst the most visited attractions are Checkpoint Charlie, the remnants of the Berlin Wall and the Holocaust Memorial. Don’t miss catching sight of the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag, Germany’s parliament building which offers views of the city from its glass domed roof.
No image
Handpicked Luxury Hotels in Berlin
ALL HOTELS IN Berlin

Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin

Starting at:
VIEW ROOMS

SO/Berlin Das Stue

Starting at:
VIEW ROOMS

The Mandala Hotel 

Starting at:
VIEW ROOMS
Top Activities and Restaurants in Berlin
Berlincity guide
Back

Day 6-7 Berlin

No image
Take a trip to the once-divided German capital has and you’ll find it has much to offer tourist. Amongst the most visited attractions are Checkpoint Charlie, the remnants of the Berlin Wall and the Holocaust Memorial. Don’t miss catching sight of the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag, Germany’s parliament building which offers views of the city from its glass domed roof.

More Itineraries

Explore More Itineraries in Munich, Dresden, Berlin

Get in Touch

If you do not have WhatsApp, we can email or call you back: just fill in the form below.

Mundana