PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
ImageMonschau Phoho by fugue
ImageEifel National Park
ImageCourtesy of Cologne Tourist Board
Included in CostIncluded in Cost
● Coach travel ● porterage
● return ferry crossings
● 4 nights buffet dinner, bed & breakfast
● welcome glass of gluhwein
● tea/coffee after dinner
● HAPPY HOUR between 17.00 – 19.00 hours and 22.00 – 00.00 hours ON ONE NIGHT – 50% off selected drinks
● walking tour of Monschau with member of hotel staff
● beer tasting at the Felsenkeller in Monschau
● free use of indoor pool & sauna
● free use of the bowling alley on one night
Day 1 Early morning departure for the journey to Dover and the ferry to Calais. Continuing on to Monschau and the hotel for a four night stay.
Day 2 A morning drive through the picturesque Eifel National Park, where the remote nature of the countryside is amazingly unspoilt and one of the most beautiful areas in Western Germany. A stop will be made in the romantic town of Bad Münstereifel where you will spend some free time enjoying this charming town with its halftimbered buildings and views of the area. Returning to Monschau for the afternoon to explore the village.
Day 3 Today is a visit to Cologne, the regional capital. Famous for its outstanding cathedral and also its excellent riverside promenade. Take a stroll before stopping for a glass of beer from one of the many cafés along the riverbank or why not visit the chocolate museum overlooking the river.
Day 4 An excursion that will cover both Germany and Holland today. First a visit to Aachen, ancient capital of the Frankish Empire for some free time before crossing the border to the beautiful town of Valkenburg with its famous caves hewn into the rock creating a magical atmosphere or visit the castle which stands proudly above the town. You will have time to wander round this medieval town before returning to the hotel.
Day 5 After breakfast, depart the hotel and commence the homeward journey.
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