Berlin Holiday Package - All-Inclusive Tour
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Berlin is a wonderful place to explore at any time of the year. It is a beautiful place to spend time solo or with friends and family while discovering one of the greatest cities in Europe. If you've been dreaming of taking a trip to Berlin, try an all-inclusive holiday package from Voyage Privé. These all-inclusive holiday packages are ideal for saving time and money. Furthermore, our members gain access to special deals when booking a flight and accommodation. With Voyage Privé, you get to experience only the best of Berlin.
Multiple offers may interest you when planning to tour Berlin. If you prefer guided tours, self-drive tours or even cultural trips, Voyage Privé has got you covered. Here are some of the most competitive offers in Berlin.
The Regents Berlin, situated right at the heart of Berlin, is a leading hospitality provider in Germany; expect a fully furnished premier room, daily breakfast, and a three-course dinner. Furthermore, certain sights like the Alexanderplatz are only a ten-minute walk away. Additionally, all Voyage Privè members can opt for a 2-day sightseeing bus pass to the Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate and Berlin TV Tower.
The Intercontinental Berlin Hotel offers guests a refined stay in Germany's capital city. It is within reach of the Brandenburg Gate. Here, you can enjoy a complimentary breakfast, a refreshing swim and an on-site restaurant as you tour the city. After a busy day of strolling through the city, Voyage Privè treats its members to a lavish spa experience for a maximum of two people per stay.
Conveniently located in Germany’s capital is the Berlin Marriott Hotel. It has newly designed rooms that offer a modern feel with its exceptional design and exquisite architecture. Visit iconic sites, such as the Mall of Berlin, Tiergarten Park, the Reichstag Building (home to the German Parliament) or the Deutsche Kinemathek (museum of film and television). End your day by sampling the local cuisine. Start with bratwurst.
Berlin is a magical and cosmopolitan city. Therefore, you can take your pick of things to see and do while on holiday here. If you prefer warmer weather, then visiting Berlin during the summer months is recommended (June-August) because the temperatures are higher and there are minimal instances of rain during this time. However, if you prefer a quieter holiday, spring (March-May) or autumn (September-November) make for more tranquil times.
When travelling to Berlin on a British passport, you can stay for up to 90 days without having to obtain a visa prior to travel.
Berlin is one of the world's most developed cities. Therefore, getting around should not pose a problem as there are numerous means of travel. You may opt to hire a car if you wish to self-explore, take public buses, use the reliable rail system or even choose to hire a bicycle.
Berlin is only an hour ahead of London. Therefore, if you are thinking of travelling, jet lag will not pose a problem. The flight is only around two hours long.
Since Berlin is in Germany, the official language is German. Thus, over 95% of the population speaks German as a first language. However, do not worry. Many holiday destinations hire staff who are fluent in English.
In order to ensure that you get only the best services, Voyage Privé only associates with high-end hotels and resorts. Therefore, you can rest easy knowing that the best players in the industry will serve you. During your stay at some hotels, you can expect high-quality services and amenities that ensure you get the most out of your holiday.
If you are looking for a holiday in Europe, Berlin should be your first stop. That is because it is full of history, culture and offers adventures at every corner. Get to explore the good food, local beer from world-class breweries, experience the arts and culture scene and see the awesome scenery and incredible architecture.
A large section of the Berlin Wall is still standing, and artists were called upon to paint it to express a message of hope. It is now one of the most spectacular outdoor art exhibits you will ever come across.
This is one of Berlin's most famous landmarks. It was once a symbol of a divided country but now stands as a symbol of national unity. It was commissioned for construction by King Frederick Wilhelm in 1788.
This palace housed German Imperial rulers but was destroyed by fire in 1933. After that, it was uninhabited until ten years later, during the reunification of Germany. It was reconstructed and completed in 1999. It now houses the German Parliament.
Also known as Spree Island, this is one of the most visited sites and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its cultural value. At this location, you will find some of the oldest and most important museums in Germany.
This museum was established in 1987 to mark Berlin's 750th anniversary. If you are interested in learning about the city's rich history, this is a must-visit.