Are you planning a groupt tour through Germany? You have lots of tour inspirations in mind, but need help with planning and organization? Share your ideas with us and IQ Incoming will take care of your individual travel wishes. We will assist you in setting up the schedule, course and duration of your round trip. As a hotel agency we take into consideration the size of your group, the desired destinations and your preferred hotel category.
Whether luxury a hotel or budget variant: We offer accommodation in hotels to meet all price categories. All necessary transfers and transportation are also included in our travel packages. On request, we will provide a competent and friendly tour guide to accompany you throughout the entire trip. Please contact us and we will be happy to make a tailored offer for your group trip!
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From the coastline to the Alps, the river Rhine to the river Oder, from Hamburg to Munich: Germany is a multifaceted and versatile holiday destination. Not only because of its historical buildings, pioneering art and technical innovations, but also because of its landscape and culinary delights, millions of people spend their vacations in the Federal Republic every year. Are you also planning a trip to or in Germany? Perhaps as part of a group tour, with domestic or foreign groups?
With IQ Incoming you have the opportunity to discover this holiday destination tailored to your wishes and ideas. Our round trip of Germany will take you to the most beautiful corners and places in the country – wherever you want to go! The following article will show you what a group tour with IQ Incoming could look like.
The first stop on our round trip is Berlin. The history of Germany becomes especially tangible in the capital: See historic buildings like Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag or East Side Gallery, where remnants of the Berlin Wall can be seen. Besides Berlin, Potsdam was the centre of power of the Prussians during the transition from the 19th to the 20th century. Evidence of this epoch can be found in the Sanssouci Palace or the New Palace of Emperor Frederick the Great.
The epoch of the baroque was splendid, ostentatious and pompous. Especially in Dresden many buildings were built during this time. Famous are the Frauenkirche, the Semperoper or the Zwinger. But also the Saxon neighbor Leipzig was an influential city during the baroque period. The most famous son of the city was the composer Johann Sebastian Bach. Here you can search for traces of his musical works.
In Bavaria – the next stop on our tour – the heritage of the Bavarian monarchs is particularly visible. The fairy-tale castle, which King Ludwig II had built in Neuschwanstein, is certainly one of the most visited attractions in Germany. But also the Siegestor, the magnificent Maximilianstraße and the Maximilianeum in Munich – where the Bavarian parliament is located today – date from this period.
Also typical for Germany are the picturesque half-timbered houses, medieval fortresses and castles that are spread all over the country. An impressive testimony to medieval architecture can be seen in Frankfurt am Main. The Römerberg – the town hall square of the city – is surrounded by the typical wooden buildings. The National Assembly of Germany also met for the first time in Frankfurt’s Paulskirche during the March Revolution in 1848. Another influential city in the Middle Ages was Nuremberg. Here the well-preserved imperial castle stands out from the cityscape. Also the medieval city wall is still almost completely preserved.
A place of longing, legends and sagas is the romantic Middle Rhine Valley around the Loreley Rock. Steep vineyards, winding villages and enchanted castles adorn the landscape around the largest river in Germany. If you drive down the Rhine you will end up in one of the oldest cities in the country. Once a colony of the ancient Romans, the most famous and largest church in Germany – the famous Cologne Cathedral – stands here today.
In the Middle Ages, the north was the center of power of the Hanseatic trading alliance. This is why the cities of Hamburg and Bremen bear the epithet “Hanseatic City”. With its important harbor, the entertainment district St. Pauli and the Speicherstadt, Hamburg has to be on every must-see list. But also Bremen with its historic town hall, the St. Petri cathedral and the “Bremer Stadtmusikanten” is worth a visit in any case.