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Yet_land_bg Berlin: Thriving Art & Culture in the New Germany

Dates: October 18 - October 25, 2018

Total Duration: 8 days

Cost: $5,699 per person, double occupancy; single supplement $699.

Deposit (per participant): $1,000

Activity level: Moderately Active

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Tour Operator: Arrangements Abroad

Region: Western Europe

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Overview


In the nearly three decades since the fall of the Wall, no other European city has undergone a greater transformation than Berlin. Bold designs by some of the world's most renowned architects including Frank Gehry, Daniel Libeskind, and Norman Foster have sparked the city's renaissance, while thought-provoking monuments have redefined her urban space.  Immerse yourself in Berlin's boundless energy during a perfect week in this vibrant capital.

Experience her landmarks, old and new, and discover why Berlin so richly deserves your undivided attention. Highlights include the outstanding collections on Museum Island, a musical performance at one of the city's fine venues (pending schedules), and a visit to Sammlung Boros,
an extraordinary private art collection housed in an above-ground former WWII-era bunker. Spend a day in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Potsdam, to see the Rococo palace of Sans Souci, built by King Frederick the Great as a summer residence, and the Neues Palais, preferred residence of William II.

Accommodations are at the luxurious Hotel Regent Berlin, steps from everything in the central Mitte district.
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Jennifer Allen

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Jennifer Allen is a historian of modern Europe. She specializes in the history of twentieth century... more>>
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