Few other cities have a story quite as powerful as Berlin. Start your day with a two-hour drive to the German capital, where you’ll be given a scenic tour of the most famous photo-stops in the city. The Brandenburg Gate tops the bill, along with the history-laden Reichstag Parliament building. You’ll also pass one of the last remaining stretches of the Berlin Wall, and check out Checkpoint Charlie – the former border crossing between East and West – before stopping for lunch. Afterwards, trace the footsteps of President Kennedy – who made his famous speech on the steps of the Red City Hall – and pay a visit to the Allied Museum.
The drive to Berlin takes about 3 hours.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.