BERLIN GERMANY   

DAY 1 
Travel by Eurostar from St Pancras International to Brussels Midi station, either in standard or Standard Premier class. On arrival in Brussels, change trains and board the ICE service taking you to Cologne Hauptbahnhof station, travelling in either 1st or standard class. On arrival in Cologne transfer to check in to your chosen hotel for an overnight stay. 
 
DAY 2 
Check out of your hotel and transfer to Cologne Hauptbahnhof station for your journey to Berlin Hauptbahnhof station by ICE train, travelling in either standard or 1st class. Once in Berlin, transfer to your chosen hotel for the 1st night of your break. 
 
DAY 3 
Sightseeing at your leisure in Berlin. 
 
DAY 4 
Sightseeing at your leisure in Berlin. 
DAY 5 
5 Check out of your hotel and transfer to Berlin Hauptbahnhof station for your return journey to Cologne Hauptbahnhof station by ICE train, travelling in either standard or 1st class. Transfer to your chosen hotel for an overnight stay. 
DAY 6 
Check out of your hotel and transfer to Cologne Hauptbahnhof station for your return journey by ICE train to Brussels Midi. On arrival in Brussels, change trains and board the return Eurostar service to St Pancras International. 

Prices start from £460.00 per person, and are based on the current exchange rate. 

All prices are based on two people travelling in standard class and sharing a 3* double bedroom, are subject to availability and alteration, and to terms and conditions. 
 
Trade fairs and public holidays may also affect these prices. 
 
The itinerary for this tour is offered as a suggestion for a short break, however should you wish to add additional nights in any of the locations provided these can be arranged for you to extend your stay.  
 
Should you also wish to either change your times of travel from those suggested and/or change your hotel accommodation to a property not suggested, we will be happy to arrange this for you. 
 
For Eurostar services, this will give the choice to travel in either standard or Standard Premier class, and for all other European trains you will have the choice to travel in either standard or 1st class.  
 
Enroute to and from Berlin, choose to stay at either the 3* Sandmanns am Dom , 4* Wyndham Koln or 5* Excelsior Hotel Ernst in Cologne. 
 
On arrival in Berlin, choose to stay at either the 3* Amano Grand Central, 4* Tryp Berlin Mitte or 5* Steigenberger Kanzleramt. 
 
All hotels are hand-selected for their central location near to the train station and for their excellent customer reviews. 
 
Please also make us aware of any additional requests required, ie arranging transfers between the train station and your hotel.  
 
We are also able to arrange excursions and other transportation tickets for your destination if required. 

 ABOUT BERLIN 

Berlin has a lot to offer, with many destinations on your journey steeped in history such as the famous Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie, to name but a few.  
 
The Museums Insel (Museum Island) contains five grand museums built between 1830 and 1930, and is the place to quench your thirst for ancient art and artifacts, as well as 19th century European art.  
 
Although Berlin is certainly a place to go if you’re interested in history, it also has a lot to offer to entertain the senses with its vibrant alternative music and arts scene, which attracts artists from all over the world who have chosen Berlin as their adopted home. Berlin, much like New York, is a city that never sleeps, and caters for every taste.  
 
There is much to discover for the opera and classical music enthusiast, and on the flipside, the party scene is second to none with its many bars, venues and experimental performance spaces. If you have spare time after all the history, art and music, make some time to shop at Berlin’s most famous shopping destination, the KaDeWe, or off the beaten track at any of its many flea markets, or at smaller gems like the Hackeschen Hoefe, with its smaller boutique shops offering products by young Berlin labels.  
 
All in all, Berlin certainly can’t be covered in a day, and may take a week to fully experience all it has to offer, but it will always invite you to come back to let you start where you left off. 
 

ENQUIRE ABOUT YOUR NEXT TRAIN TOUR TO BERLIN 

BERLIN