5 Days trip in Germany

Budget: 0 USD - 2600 USD Food exploration Festivals/events Cultural experiences Beach activities Nightlife Outdoor adventures Wildlife exploration Shopping
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Germany is a diverse and prosperous country in central-western Europe with a rich history, vibrant culture, and modern economy.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to EUR
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Day 1

  1. Reichstag building

    120 minutes

    Begin your trip with a visit to the Reichstag building, a famous landmark in Berlin. You can take a guided tour to learn about its astounding history and architecture.

  2. Brandenburg Gate

    90 minutes

    Next, head over to the iconic Brandenburg Gate, one of the most visited landmarks in Berlin. You can explore the surrounding area, take pictures, and learn about its significance in the German history.

  3. Prenzlauer Berg or Kreuzberg

    180 minutes

    Experience the vibrant food and nightlife scene of Berlin by visiting districts like Prenzlauer Berg or Kreuzberg. You can try traditional German food like sausages and sauerkraut, as well as international cuisine. There are also plenty of bars and clubs to explore, with live music and drinks to enjoy.

Day 2

  1. Neuschwanstein Castle

    240 minutes

    Take a day trip to Neuschwanstein Castle, one of the most visited castles in Germany. You can take a guided tour to learn about the history, architecture, and enjoy scenic views of the surrounding countryside.

  2. Alps

    360 minutes

    Explore the gorgeous Bavarian Alps by taking a cable car ride to the Zugspitze peak. You can enjoy stunning views, hike through nature trails and spot some wildlife such as mountain goats and alpine birds.

  3. Marienplatz

    180 minutes

    End your day with delicious food and drinks at Marienplatz in Munich. You can try traditional Bavarian cuisine like schnitzels and strudels, accompanied by local beers. There are also plenty of bars and clubs in the area to explore.

Day 3

  1. Cologne Cathedral

    150 minutes

    Visit the Gothic architecture marvel of Cologne Cathedral, one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. You can take a guided tour to learn about the history and art of the cathedral.

  2. Old Town

    180 minutes

    Explore the charming Old Town of Cologne, known for its cobblestone streets and riverside views. You can try local delicacies like Kolsch beer and Potato pancakes, as well as shop for souvenirs and local crafts at the nearby boutiques.

  3. Museum Ludwig

    120 minutes

    End your day with a visit to the Museum Ludwig, an amazing contemporary art museum in Cologne. There are plenty of exhibits to explore, and the museum often holds special events and musical performances in the evening.

Day 4

  1. Sanssouci Palace

    150 minutes

    Visit the beautiful Sanssouci Palace, a must-see attraction in Potsdam. You can explore the palace gardens, fountains, and learn about the life of King Frederick II.

  2. Babelsberg Film Studio

    180 minutes

    Visit the famous Babelsberg Film Studio, known for producing many popular movies and TV shows. You can take a guided tour to learn about the behind-the-scenes of filmmaking, explore the sets, and even participate in a film production workshop.

  3. New York Bar

    180 minutes

    Wrap up your trip with a visit to the popular New York Bar in Berlin. This place offers a great mix of music, cocktails, and an amazing vintage decor inspired by 1920s New York City.

Day 5

  1. East Side Gallery

    120 minutes

    Visit the famous East Side Gallery in Berlin, known for its stunning street art murals on the remnants of the Berlin Wall. You can walk along the gallery and take pictures of the incredible artworks.

  2. Mauerpark Flea Market

    180 minutes

    Explore the popular Mauerpark Flea Market in Berlin, known for its vintage clothing, antiques, and handmade crafts. You can try some street food like Currywurst, sip on local beers, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere.

  3. Kreuzberg

    180 minutes

    Wrap up your trip with a visit to the vibrant neighbourhood of Kreuzberg in Berlin. You can explore the street art, visit the local bars and clubs, and enjoy the vibrant nightlife of the area.

Estimated Cost (USD)


20-40 USD/night
80-150 USD/night
50-120 USD/night


Public Transportation
3-5 USD/day
20-50 USD/day
Bicycle Rental
15-30 USD/day


Street Food
5-10 USD/meal
Budget Restaurant
10-20 USD/meal
Fine Dining
40-80 USD/meal


Entrance Fee for Museum/Exhibition
10-20 USD
Outdoor Adventure (Guided Tour)
60-100 USD
Nightlife (Club Admission Fee)
10-30 USD

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