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Are you ready to “take” Berlin!

Houses do not stick to each other like in Paris or Amsterdam and are separated by a cozy little square and courtyards. In the subway, you can ride with the dogs and drink beer. The main symbol of the city – a bear, so at every corner, you can see clumsy folks of all kinds and sizes. The street cafes smell currywurst and Gendarmenmarkt square with a waft magnificent scents of chocolate. All clear – you are in Berlin!


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    Hey People who ordered this transfer also they buy extra stop because they very interesting to see how local people live and visit more beautiful places on the way.

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    Cradle of Saxony

    Meissen is known to be a great manufacturer of Porcelain, so if you are a great fan of crockery, you have to visit it. Besides that, it is a great place to spend your day. Climb up the hills to visit the cathedral, castle and the amazing view from the rooftop. Grab your camera and capture the snapshots of the breathtaking views from the top.


    The Most Destroyed European city during the Second World War

    Dresden is situated in the south-eastern part of the Free State of Saxony, which borders not only on other German regions (Bavaria, Thuringia, Saxony-Anhalt and Brandenburg), but also on the Czech Republic and Poland.
    Dresden unites cultural and art treasures of European renown. Inherent to the aura of Dresden are the architectural gems around the Theaterplatz Square and the Brühl Terrace, and the treasures of the State Art Collections. Dresden’s cultural flair is today based above all on its blend of architectural sights, world-famous collections and living traditions in music and the fine, performing and applied arts.

    Saxon Switzerland National Park

    Swiss National Park

    The only national park in Switzerland, has large rocks, alpine forests and meadows. Although camping is not allowed here but one should definitely walk or hike there during the months of July to September. There is a large variety of flora and fauna here. Flora includes mosses, larches, conifer trees, meadow wildflowers and glacier vegetation whereas the fauna includes bears, vultures, golden eagles, foxes, ibexes and lynxes.

    stop in Terezin

    After the beauty of many Czech towns, the imposing fortress of Terezin is a moving reminder of tragic aspects of Central Europe’s past.
    In 1940, the Gestapo established a prison on lesser fortress where in total more than 140 000 Jews passed through Terezin transit camp.

    Melnik Castle

    A place for Royaty

    A castle where 23 princess and queens of Czech Republic lived – Melnik Castle. One can find the collections of furniture and paintings here. The castle is located at the hilltop with a collection of the maps of 17th century, having grand rooms. Come here and taste the local wine of Melnik.

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