Germany Tour for Couples

Enjoy to the fullest as you go on a 7-day long Germany Tour For Couples. This city located on the banks of River Spree will astonish you with its beauty

Enjoy to the fullest as you go on a 7-day long Germany Tour For Couples. This city located on the banks of River Spree will astonish you with its beauty. A great blend of historical buildings and lush greenery, Berlin-The Capital of Germany has many places that are a must-see when you visit the city. The famous museums here include Stasi Museum and DDR Museum.

On this Germany Tour For Couples, you will see places such as Mauerpark, Berlin Dom and the East Side Gallery, the world’s longest open-air gallery that is 1.3 km long and discover several years of history and art at this place. Walk through the Bernauer Strasse street and see the artwork on the Berlin Wall.

The two famous landmarks of Berlin City are Brandenburger Tor and Fernsehturm, which symbolizes the city.

Brandenburger Tor is a very famous historic landmark, which is also popular as Brandenburg Gate. It is a symbol of unity and peace and located near the Reichstag building. One can know about the historical importance and the cultural history of Germany.

The other historical landmark is Fernsehturm, which is also known as the television tower. It is the third tallest freestanding structure and located in East Berlin district and considered as the symbol of reunification of the city after the cold war.  It is a multicultural city with magnificent architecture and fascinating street art.

In this Tour travellers would enjoy exploring the Romantic Road, a scenic route from Wurzburg to Fussen that passes through several historic towns because this route exposes tourists to some of the finest natural and cultural landscapes.


Germany is also famous for castles and winery. You can choose to visit places in Rudesheim. Ehrenfels Castle, Sooneck Castle and Klopp Castle are a few castles that can be visited here.

6 beds

Safe locker

Luggage Handling

Temperature control

Free Wi-Fi

Satelite and cable tv

Coffee machine

Direct telephone line

Bathrobes / hairdryer

Room Service


Taxi Service


Browse through our beautiful  showcase of sights around town.

Tour Plan

Day 1 : Rhine Valley - Silence and Endless Views

After landing in Frankfurt, you will be greeted by a guide and transferred to the Rhine Valley, where your chalet stands beside the river. Your resort will be cut off from the world with only the sound of water trickling past. You can settle into each other’s company and forget about everything else. A small village is located about ten minutes away on foot, which is a place where you can find a couple of bars. You can also have food delivered to you, which may be a more enticing alternative after an international flight.


Day 2 : Rhine Valley - Wine Tasting and Picnic

After a long morning in bed, you will spend most of the day on the river, cruising past castle ruins and rolling vineyards. You can pop a cork on the private boat as the Rhine Valley reveals itself. Eventually, you will dock at a vineyard for a private wine tasting that includes some of the country’s most celebrated white wines. Then you will travel onward to a ruined fort, which will be the perfect place for a picnic in private. While hundreds cram onto the big tourist boats, it will just be the two of you and a skipper for a second relaxing day along the Rhine.

Day 3 : Rothenburg - Journey along the Romantic Road

You can drive on your own along the Romantic Road, but this is a vacation, so you should leave the driving to somebody else. You will travel slowly with a driver-guide. First, you will stop in Wurzburg, which is a Baroque city that has been made famous for its incredible wine. Then you will venture to the castles and along backroads to Rothenburg, which is an enchanting town of half-timbered houses and cobbled streets. Here, you can wander hand in hand along the narrow streets, feast your senses on the medieval allure, and return to your Rothenburg hideout.


Day 4 : Fussen - Immersed in Medieval History

Rothenburg to Fussen is the most iconic stretch of Germany’s Romantic Road; it is a fairytale journey that connects trading towns from the Middle Ages and medieval period. This drive can be customized to your interests so that you can move at your preferred pace. You will pass through delightful villages, stroll around Roman housing complexes, take a look into a castle, and absorb all the magnificent views. It is so peaceful and quiet along the road. In Fussen, you will have an old-world-style hotel in the old town.

Day 5 : Fussen - The Fairytale Castles of Old Bavaria

Majestic mountains spiral around Fussen, and the best of the Bavarian Alps set the stage for the region’s magnificent castles. After a free morning in Fussen, you will spend the afternoon with a local guide, exploring two very different castles. Part of your experience will be the drive and scenery, especially because it is a private tour. When Neuschwanstein closes for the day and the tourist masses have filed away, you will ascend to the castle that inspired Cinderella for a private visit. It is far more romantic when you visit in private.


Day 6 : Munich - Exclusive Palace Access

Another relaxing morning will be followed by a transfer to Munich, where your hotel will provide you with contemporary five-star luxury. After some old-world accommodations along the Romantic Road, this will be a change in accommodation style to complete your trip. This afternoon, you will explore Munich with a local guide, focusing on intricate architecture and Bavarian history. Nymphenburg Palace is the city’s most famous site, and like Neuschwanstein, you will enjoy exclusive after-hours access. It is just so much more impressive without other tourists because you can get lost in the arcades, corridors, and quarters.

Day 7 : Munich - Five-Star Gratification

This day will be left free. With such an excellent hotel to enjoy, you will probably not rise early. You can order breakfast to the room, open the curtains for a grand view onto old Munich, and spend the day as you please. This is a great city to explore without a map, as fountains and fabulous townhouses offer highlights at almost every turn. Munich is also a great place to dine, and your guide can arrange reservations for the best fine dining spots in a culinary city.


Day 8 : Munich - Departure

You can savor the hotel facilities for one final morning before you check out late and are transferred to Munich’s international airport for your outbound flight.