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WWII Tours

Founded by the late Stephen E. Ambrose, our company was developed from his research and work. He combined his input, passion and knowledge to create WWII tours that celebrate the American spirit.

Today, Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours continues to preserve his legacy with our WWII tours and expand the carefully conceived and executed heritage itineraries inspired by his life’s work.

Our historians are experts in their field and world-renowned authors. Their years of extensive research and interviews with hundreds of WWII, Band of Brothers and D-Day veterans on the battlefields on which they fought add a personal dimension to our tours that no other company can offer. It is a highlight to hear them tell these stories of America’s heroes at the very places where they occurred. These harrowing tales of bravery and courage capture a moment in time.

We invite you to travel with us through the battlefields of Europe and the Pacific. Here our historians will share these remarkable narratives that have changed the course of history. It is their passion and enthusiasm that leave our fellow travelers with memories of a lifetime.

World War II Tours

D-Day to the Rhine Tour

Our D-Day Tour was designed by Stephen E. Ambrose, who first led this WWII tour in the late 1970s, and further developed by our historians. The itinerary is based on thousands of hours of interviews with D-Day veterans, studying of the battlefields, and other World War II research. Thanks to their experience with the terrain and its history, we are able to present a D-Day Tour that is unmatched in its authenticity.

Operation Overlord

The Operation Overlord Tour covers the planning and launch of the D-Day Invasion. It is a great choice for people who want to visit England and the Normandy beaches on a shorter tour than D-Day to the Rhine.

Ghost Army of WWII: Secret War Tour

Follow along the path of the 23rd Headquarters Special Troops, the extraordinary deception soldiers better known as the Ghost Army. Led by the producer of the award-winning PBS documentary, The Ghost Army, you will visit many World War II sites on a route that closely follows our D-Day to the Rhine Tour (two tours in one!), to offer a wider context for the story of these heroes.

In Patton’s Footsteps Tour

Led by the author of Patton’s Photographs: War as He Saw It, we visit the sites and battlefields significant to Patton’s Third Army, including Normandy, Brittany, Mont-St-Michel, the battlegrounds of Falaise Pocket, the German border, and the Battle of the Bulge, to understand how this maverick general helped win the war in Europe.

Italian Campaign Tour: Sicily to Rome

Sometimes referred to as “the Forgotten Campaign,” the Allied effort in Italy was actually of terrific significance. The campaign became a proving ground for Allied capabilities on sea, land, and in the air. Amphibious landings with Higgins crafts on the beaches of Italy provided crucial training for the Normandy invasion. Proceeding to fight and push the Germans north, the Allied forces in Italy created another front for Hitler, dividing his defense of the Reich. Bonus? The food and scenery are bellissimo!

Iwo Jima: War in the Pacific Tour

Our Iwo Jima: War in the Pacific Tour is a transformative experience! Travel with our historians to the islands where the battles raged during the War in the Pacific, where “Uncommon valor was a common virtue.”

WWII: Poland & Germany Tour

We begin in Gdansk, Poland, where the first shots of WWII rang out. We then wind our way on to Ketrzyn, Warsaw, Krakow, Oswiecim, and Zagan, where some of the fiercest battles of the war were fought, before finishing at the site of the war’s end, Berlin, Germany. Guests who have traveled on this tour rave about the charm of these historic cities and towns, the warmth of the people, and the many outstanding restaurants.

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Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours is an American-Owned, Family-Operated Company!

Live the memory of a lifetime on an American History or WWII tour by Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours! Our Founder Stephen E. Ambrose, author of the best-selling books, Band of Brothers, D-Day: June 6, 1944 and Undaunted Courage, had a passion for teaching Americans about our nation’s heritage and heroes. Today our full-time historians carry on his legacy.

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This Land is Your Land. This Land is Our Land.

SAHT Domestic Tours Brochure

We invite you to travel with us through the sacred battlefields of the Civil War and follow the path of America’s explorers and legendary figures.

As Stephen Ambrose said, “The best way to understand history is to study the places it was made.”

And there are so many wonderful places to study history in America. Check out our new domestic tours brochure to learn more about our tours on the Civil War, Revolutionary War, WWII Home Front and Great American West.

WWII and Military History Tours in Europe and the Pacific

Our WWII, WWI and other military history tours expand the carefully conceived and executed heritage itineraries inspired by Dr. Ambrose’s life’s work. Travel with us on one of our many WWII tours, including our D-Day Tour, Original Band of Brothers® Tour, Battle of the Bulge Tour, Battle of Britain Tour, Operation Overlord Tour, WWII in Poland and Germany Tour, Italian Campaign Tour, In Patton’s Footsteps Tour, Ghost Army of WWII Tour and Iwo Jima Tour.

For a more in depth study of WWII, join us on The Normandy Campaign (the Allied plan to take Brittany and trap the remaining German army in Normandy) or the Medal of Honor Tour, a deep dive into some of the most outstanding Medal of Honor actions in both World Wars.

Two other military history tours that have received great reviews are our WWI Tour: War to End All Wars, and Scotland: Jacobite Rising of 1745, Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Battlefields of the Highlands.

16-day World War II Memorial Tour of Europe

16-day tour featuring Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, Belgium, Holland and France. Revisit the dramatic history of World War II as Image Tours brings you to famous battle sites, war museums and memorials. Many scenic and cultural highlights are also included, providing an enjoyable combination of learning and leisure.

2023 Departure DatesPrice*
May-10-2023$200PP DISCOUNT$4,240 pp
Jun-21-2023$200PP DISCOUNT$4,240 pp
Sep-06-2023$200PP DISCOUNT$4,240 pp
Oct-04-2023$200PP DISCOUNT$4,240 pp

Tour Year 2023

Tour Itinerary

DAY 1 – Overnight flight to Europe.

The Trip Documents will provide guidance for airport check-in and for your arrival in Europe. Relax on your transatlantic flight with the assurance that Image Tours has taken care of all the details.

DAY 2 – GERMANY . . Arrival at Frankfurt Airport – Bavaria.

Upon arrival, clear passport control and collect your luggage. Refer to the “Arrival Instructions” in the Trip Documents for directions on where and when to meet your tour manager. Settle into your comfortable motor coach on the way to your hotel in the scenic and festive state of Bavaria. Get acquainted with your fellow tour members during the “Welcome to Europe” dinner. (Dinner)

DAY 3 – GERMANY . . Nuremberg – Bavaria.

Your bus transfer into the city center introduces you to the history of Nuremberg. Hitler staged his propaganda rallies here and, after his fall, it was chosen as the location for the War Trials. You will have an opportunity to see the Nazi Party Rally Grounds, Congress Hall, and Palace of Justice where the War Trials were held. The Documentation Center’s temporary exhibit (during the 2021-2023 renovations) considers the causes and consequences of Nazi Germany. Discover the Old Town’s half-timbered buildings and gingerbread shops before returning to your Bavaria hotel for dinner. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 4 – GERMANY . . Dachau – Munich – Alpine Village.

Leave Nuremberg for a somber visit to the Dachau Concentration Camp. At the entrance, you are prompted to reflect on the incomprehensible as your tour manager translates the German phrase on the iron gate: ARBEIT MACHT FREI (Work Makes One Free). Study the exhibit recounting the “path of the prisoners” and see the site of the former barracks. Your tour continues to Munich, the elegant capital of Bavaria. Pass points of interest, such as the Hitler Building, on your way to the Marienplatz, a pedestrian-only zone where historic buildings are cleverly interspersed with modern store fronts. The centerpiece of the square is the Rathaus (Town Hall) with its captivating Glockenspiel (clock tower). Following your visit to Munich, head south into the mountain range along the German/Austrian border, where you will spend the next two nights in an Alpine Village. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 5 – GERMANY/AUSTRIA . . Alpine Village.

Enjoy a relaxing day in the surroundings of your hotel. Your Alpine Village offers a variety of options for leisure activities amid the spectacular mountain scenery. Another choice is to join the full day optional Salzburg & Eagle’s Nest with Dinner excursion (see Optional Excursions), which includes a guided visit to the Kehlsteinhaus, Hitler’s mountain hideaway, followed by an afternoon in Salzburg, known as Mozart’s birthplace and the setting for “The Sound of Music.” Spend a second night at your peaceful Alpine Village hotel. (Breakfast)

DAY 6 – GERMANY . . Ulm – Bad Herrenalb.

After breakfast, travel to Ulm to view the imposing Ulm Minster with the tallest church steeple in the world. This afternoon, make a stop at the grave of Erwin Rommel, the German general who was forced to commit suicide when Hitler suspected him of treason. End the day with a buffet dinner at your hotel in Bad Herrenalb, on the northern edge of Germany’s Black Forest. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 7 – FRANCE . . St. Avold – Fort Hackenberg & GERMANY . . Igel.

Follow a scenic route through the Alsace Region and the Vosges Mountains. This area was the site of heavy fighting in the fall of 1944. You will make a stop at Lorraine’s American Cemetery in St. Avold, the largest American World War II cemetery in Europe. The afternoon is reserved for a tour of Fort Hackenberg, part of the Maginot Line, which was constructed between the world wars as a defense against any future German invasions. Your hotel for the next two nights will be in Igel, a town near the three-country border of France, Luxembourg and Germany. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 8 – LUXEMBOURG . . American Cemetery – Diekirch, BELGIUM . . Ardennes – Bastogne & GERMANY . . Trier – Igel.

The morning stop is at the American Cemetery in Luxembourg where General George Patton is buried. Continue into the Belgian Ardennes Region and arrive in Bastogne to view the star-shaped Mardasson Monument, a tribute to the soldiers who died in the Battle of Ardennes. You will also see the fox holes used by Easy Company, whose stories inspired the TV mini-series “Band of Brothers.” Your travels this afternoon take you to the Luxembourg National Museum of Military History in Diekirch. Trier, the oldest city in Germany, provides an intriguing backdrop for your independent dinner, before returning to your hotel in Igel. (Breakfast)

DAY 9 – GERMANY . . Rhine River – Remagen – Rhine-Ruhr Region.

Motor to one of the most beautiful stretches of the Rhine River where you will board a river steamer for a boat ride past endearing villages, medieval fortresses, and hillside vineyards known for producing the distinctive Rhine wines. Continue through the Rhine River Valley to Remagen to view the remains of the Ludendorff Bridge, the last standing bridge on the Rhine, which was captured by U.S. soldiers on March 7, 1945. By mid-afternoon, continue to your Rhine-Ruhr region hotel. Dinner will be served at the hotel this evening. (Breakfast, Dinner)

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DAY 10 – HOLLAND . . Groesbeek – Nijmegen – South Holland.

Crossing the border, focus on sites significant to World War II liberation efforts in The Netherlands (Holland), including locations associated with Operation Market Garden. The bridge over the Waal River at Nijmegen was a strategic asset reclaimed after the historical crossing of American paratroopers. Travel Hell’s Highway and stop at the memorial in Overasselt, commemorating the site of the largest airborne operation of all time. This day will also feature a visit to one of the local museums documenting the World War II resistance in The Netherlands. Continue to your South Holland hotel for check-in and dinner. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 11 – HOLLAND . . Amsterdam – South Holland.

Travel through Holland’s countryside, characterized by canals, dikes and windmills, as you make your way to the dynamic city of Amsterdam. Your visit begins with a ride aboard a glass-topped boat through Amsterdam’s harbor and canals where you will see numerous bridges, boathouses and bicycles while gliding past 17th-century gabled houses. During an independent lunch, try a pannekoek (Dutch pancake) or other local specialties. This afternoon, walk to the main square, an ideal focal point for your individual exploration. Return to your South Holland hotel for dinner. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 12 – BELGIUM . . Antwerp & FRANCE . . Caen.

Today consists of a full day of travel from Holland to Caen, France, with a stop in the port city of Antwerp, Belgium. Explore the central market square with its irresistible chocolate shops and convivial outdoor cafés serving Belgian Waffles. Continue the drive into France for an early evening check-in at your Caen hotel where dinner is served shortly after your arrival. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 13 – FRANCE . . Normandy Landing Beaches – Caen.

The entire day is spent touring the famous Normandy Landing Beaches. From Caen, drive to the coast and stop at Pointe du Hoc to view the German fortifications. You’ll also travel to Utah Beach and Sainte-Mère-Église, the site where paratroopers landed during World War II as portrayed in the movie “The Longest Day.” Visit Sainte-Mère-Église Airborne Museum before continuing to Omaha Beach and the American Cemetery. Proceed to the artillery battery at Longues-sur-Mer. At today’s final stop in the village of Arromanches, view remnants of the artificial harbor and reflect on the sights of the day over an independent dinner. (Breakfast)

DAY 14 – FRANCE . . Caen – Paris.

Spend the morning touring the Caen Peace Memorial and Museum, established to honor the liberators, victims, and all those who continue to fight for peace. As you depart Caen, pause at the Pegasus Bridge for a guided visit to understand how its capture by the British 6th Airborne division was instrumental in deterring a German counterattack. By late afternoon, arrive in Paris and spend the evening exploring the Montmartre District, where Paris looks as it does in old paintings and artists still display their works. An uphill walk to the Sacré-Coeur Basilica rewards you with expansive views of the cityscape. Montmartre boasts many restaurants and characteristic sidewalk cafés perfect for an independent dinner in the French capital. (Breakfast)

DAY 15 – FRANCE . . Paris.

The day is devoted to Paris, La Ville Lumìere (“City of Light”). On your way into the center, see the Arc de Triomphe which has been the staging area for victory parades throughout history including those following World War II. Your tour manager will also direct you to the location of other principal sights, such as the Notre Dame Cathedral, Eiffel Tower, and Louvre Museum (open every day except Tuesday). Before beginning your free time, we suggest joining the optional Seine River Cruise excursion (see Optional Excursions). This evening, join your travel companions for a festive “Farewell Dinner” with roving musicians and enticing French dishes at an authentic Parisian bistro. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 16 – Daytime flight back to U.S.A.

Transfer to the Paris Airport for your return flight home. (Breakfast)

Travel Time

DAY 1 – Overnight flight to Europe.

Overnight flight from the U.S.A. to Frankfurt.

DAY 2 – GERMANY . . Arrival at Frankfurt Airport – Bavaria.

Arrival at Frankfurt Airport. Meet your tour manager, board your deluxe motor coach and travel (1¾ hrs) through the Franconian Wine Region. After a rest stop, continue (1½ hrs) to your hotel located in the festive state of Bavaria for a “Welcome to Europe” dinner. (Dinner)

DAY 3 – GERMANY . . Nuremberg – Bavaria.

During an introductory sightseeing (1 hr), experience the history of Nuremberg and view the site of the Nazi Party Rally Grounds, the Congress Hall, and the Palace of Justice where the War Trials were held. Return (½ hr) to your hotel in Bavaria for dinner. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 4 – GERMANY . . Dachau – Munich – Alpine Village.

Depart Nuremburg (1¼ hrs) and after a morning stop travel (1¼ hrs) to Dachau Concentration Camp. In the afternoon continue (½ hr) to the elegant Bavarian capital of Munich. Depart Munich in the late afternoon and head south (2 hrs) to an Alpine Village hotel for dinner. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 5 – GERMANY/AUSTRIA . . Alpine Village.

Enjoy a day of leisure or join your tour manager for the full day optional Salzburg & Eagle’s Nest with Dinner excursion, including a guided visit to Hitler’s mountain hide-a-way (1 hr), sightseeing in Salzburg (½ hr) and an authentic Austrian dinner (1 hr) before returning (1 hr) to your Alpine Village hotel. (Breakfast)

DAY 6 – GERMANY . . Ulm – Bad Herrenalb.

Return to Germany (2 hrs) and after a morning stop proceed (1½ hrs) to Ulm for an independent lunch and views of the imposing Ulm Minster. Next, travel (1 hr) to the Rommel Memorial. Continue (2¼ hrs) to Bad Herrenalb, on the northern edge of Germany’s Black Forest. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 7 – FRANCE . . St. Avold – Fort Hackenberg & GERMANY . . Igel.

Follow a scenic route (1¾ hrs) through the Alsace Region and Vosges Mountains. On to (1 hr) Lorraine’s American Cemetery, the largest American World War II cemetery in Europe. From here continue (1 hr) to Fort Hackenberg, part of the Maginot Line. After a visit, continue (1½ hrs) to your hotel in Igel. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 8 – LUXEMBOURG . . American Cemetery – Diekirch, BELGIUM . . Ardennes – Bastogne & GERMANY . . Trier – Igel.

It’s a short ride (¾ hr) to the American Cemetery in Luxembourg. Drive (1½ hrs) through the Belgian Ardennes Region and arrive in Bastogne. In the afternoon travel (¾ hr) to the Luxembourg National Museum of Military History in Diekirch. Transfer (1 hr) to Trier, the oldest city in Germany, for an independent dinner before returning (¼ hr) to your hotel in Igel. (Breakfast)

DAY 9 – GERMANY . . Rhine River – Remagen – Rhine-Ruhr Region.

In the morning, travel (2 hrs) to the legendary Rhine for a boat ride along one of the most beautiful stretches of the river. After disembarkation, proceed to Remagen (1 hr) to view the Ludendorff Bridge. Continue (1¼ hrs) to your hotel in the Rhine-Ruhr Region. (Breakfast, Dinner)

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DAY 10 – HOLLAND . . Groesbeek – Nijmegen – South Holland.

Cross the border (2¼ hrs) on the way to Nijmegen to focus on the sites significant to WWII liberation efforts in the Netherlands. Visit (½ hr) one of the local museums before traveling (1½ hrs) through the Dutch countryside to your South Holland hotel. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 11 – HOLLAND . . Amsterdam – South Holland.

Transfer (1½ hrs) to Amsterdam where a boat ride through the canals is followed by ample free time. In the evening, return (1½ hrs) to your South Holland hotel for dinner. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 12 – BELGIUM . . Antwerp & FRANCE . . Caen.

A full day of travel. Head south (1¾ hrs) into Belgium to visit the historic town of Antwerp. After free time in Antwerp, drive (2 hrs) to a lunch break near the French/Belgian border. Continue (2¼ hrs) to an afternoon stop in northwestern France. Just before dinner time, arrive (2 hrs) at your hotel in Caen. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 13 – FRANCE . . Normandy Landing Beaches – Caen.

The entire day is spent touring the famous Normandy Landing Beaches, including a visit to Pointe du Hoc, Utah Beach, Sainte-Mère-Église Airborne Museum and stops at Omaha Beach, the artillery battery at Longues-sur-Mer and Arromanches (travel time between stops varies from ¼ hr to ¾ hr). Short transfer (½ hr) back to Caen. (Breakfast)

DAY 14 – FRANCE . . Caen – Paris.

Transfer (¼ hr) to the Caen Peace Memorial and Museum for a visit and then continue (½ hr) onto the Pegasus Bridge. Stop for lunch (1¾ hrs) in the French countryside on the way (1¾ hrs) to Paris. Spend the evening in the Montmartre District, an ideal place for your independent dinner (¼ hr). (Breakfast)

DAY 15 – FRANCE . . Paris.

A full day for individual exploration (¾ hr transfer in each direction) of Paris, during which you may wish to join the optional Seine River Cruise excursion. This evening, join your travel companions for a festive “Farewell Dinner” at an authentic Parisian bistro. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 16 – Daytime flight back to U.S.A.

Transfer (1 hr) to Paris Charles de Gualle Airport for your flight home. (Breakfast)

Favorite Traveler Experiences

  • View Hitler’s Nuremberg Rally Grounds with solemn contemplation
  • Reflect during a sobering visit to Dachau Concentration Camp
  • Listen to the chiming of the Glockenspiel on Munich’s main square
  • Tour part of the Maginot Line defense structure at Fort Hackenberg
  • Explore Bastogne, synonymous with the “Battle of the Bulge”
  • Glide past castles and vineyards on a scenic Rhine River boat ride
  • See first hand the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe in Paris
  • Take a serene boat tour through the famed canals of Amsterdam
  • Tour the Normandy Landing Beaches and Military Cemetery

Included Features

  • Accommodations in Superior Tourist Class or First Class hotels
  • 14 Breakfasts and 10 Dinners in addition to any in-flight meals
  • Tour Manager for the full European duration of the tour
  • Land Transportation in Europe by deluxe, air-conditioned motor coach
  • Image Tours Touroclopedia® trip preparation tips
  • Trip Documents with luggage tags, final details and travel guidance

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Tour Hotels

NH Collection Nürnberg City

  • Hairdryer
  • Air Conditioning
  • Satellite TV
  • Mini-Bar
  • In-Room-Safe
  • Free WIFI
  • Elevator
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace

Seminaris Hotel Nuremberg

  • hairdryer
  • satellite TV
  • mini-bar
  • in-room safe
  • free WIFI
  • elevator
  • restaurant
  • bar
  • fitness center

Q! Hotel Maria Theresia

  • hairdryer
  • TV
  • free WIFI
  • in-room safe
  • elevator
  • restaurant
  • fireplace lounge
  • casino
  • sauna
  • terrace

Landhotel Kirchenwirt

  • Hair dryer
  • television
  • mini-bar
  • in-room safe
  • free WI-FI
  • elevator
  • restaurant
  • bar
  • wellness area

Parkhotel Luise Bad Herrenalb

  • hairdryer
  • TV
  • radio
  • balcony
  • free WIFI
  • elevator
  • restaurant
  • bar
  • indoor swimming pool
  • sauna
  • steam bath
  • safety deposit box at reception

Hotel Igeler Säule

  • hairdryer
  • satellite TV
  • free Wi-Fi
  • elevator
  • restaurant
  • indoor swimming pool
  • sauna
  • safety deposit box at reception

Dorint Hotel Düren

  • hairdryer
  • air-conditioning
  • TV
  • free WIFI
  • elevator
  • restaurant
  • terrace
  • fitness center

Dorint Parkhotel Bad Neuenahr

  • hairdryer
  • TV
  • mini-bar
  • in-room safe
  • free WIFI
  • elevator
  • restaurant
  • lounge
  • indoor pool

NH Hotel Capelle

  • hairdryer
  • air conditioning
  • satellite TV
  • mini-bar
  • in room safe
  • free WIFI
  • elevator
  • restaurant
  • bar

NH Noordwijk Conference Center Leeuwenhorst

  • hairdryer
  • Television
  • in-room safe
  • free WIFI
  • elevator
  • restaurant
  • bar
  • fitness room
  • sauna
  • indoor pool

Van der Valk Nieuwerkerk

  • hairdryer
  • air conditioning
  • TV
  • free WIFI
  • elevator
  • restaurant
  • bar
  • fitness room
  • sauna

Mercure Caen Côte de Nacre

  • hairdryer
  • air conditioning
  • satellite TV
  • free WIFI
  • restaurants
  • bar
  • safety deposit box at reception

Holiday Inn Express – Canal de la Villette

  • hairdryer
  • air conditioning
  • satellite TV
  • free WIFI
  • elevator
  • bar
  • lounge
  • internet center
  • safety deposit box at reception

Optional Excursions

OPTIONAL EXCURSIONS DETAILS

Our tours are carefully planned to offer a comfortable balance of sightseeing, entertainment and leisure time. Optional Excursions provide the flexibility to choose between leisure time or additional guided sightseeing activities. Unless otherwise noted, optional excursions must be booked with and paid to your tour manager during the tour. Prices are in U.S. Dollars. MASTERCARD®, VISA®, or DISCOVER® (no other credit cards are accepted) are recommended to avoid carrying excessive cash and exchange rate fluctuations. You must be able to present the actual card to your tour manager. If you bring a DISCOVER® card, also bring a VISA® or MASTERCARD®, as DISCOVER® is not widely accepted in Europe. Cash payments during the tour must be in Euros. Personal checks and traveler’s checks are not accepted. The operation of all excursions is subject to sufficient participation, and some excursions are subject to favorable weather conditions. Your tour manager reserves the right to make changes or cancel excursions at their sole discretion.

SALZBURG & EAGLE’S NEST WITH DINNER

Upon arrival in Berchtesgaden, Germany, you will take a bus and elevator up to the Eagle’s Nest, Hitler’s mountain hide-away. In the case of halted bus operation, we will substitute a visit to the Obersalzburg Documentation Center. After an independent lunch, become acquainted with nearby Salzburg, famous home of the “Sound of Music” and Mozart. This excursion includes a traditional Austrian dinner at an alpine village restaurant.

SEINE RIVER CRUISE

Glide along the Seine River by boat, while viewing the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Notre Dame Cathedral, and several other impressive sights in Paris. This excursion provides for excellent photo opportunities.

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