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From the cosmopolitan city of Berlin to the best of Poland
Discover the diversity of these two countries





A concert tour is more than just a normal group tour. We will meticulously plan your performances and the necessary advertising with the support of professionals in the field.

If you wish, we can also arrange for you to accompany a mass or have a joint concert with a local chorus and/or orchestra.
The venues of your concerts will vary according to repertoire, the size of the group and the availability of the locations.


Day 1: Berlin
Arrival in Germany’s metropolis.
Welcome to Berlin!

Berlin… loveable, open, boundless
Berlin is considered to be of the world’s leading cities in the areas of culture, politics, media and science. It is an important European hub and one of the most visited cities on the continent. Its history, architecture, nightlife and way of living are known the world over.

Berlin is extraordinary in many areas. Its culture is multifaceted and exiting!
The city has changed rapidly in the last few years and there are new things to discover just about everywhere. Berlin is a trendsetter in the arts, music and in lifestyles and it nurtures its tradition wonderful museums, orchestras and theatres.

Transfer to your accommodations.

The rest of the day is free to acclimatise and perhaps to take a first stroll through the city.

As an end to your first day, we suggest a visit to a cosy Berlin tavern to try some of the local specialities.


Day 2: Berlin
After breakfast the city awaits you with all of its sights.

Your licensed tour guide will abduct you into the city’s life, acquaint you with all of its distinctive features and inform you of the structural changes of the past few years.

On the tour you will be taken through historic Berlin: The Museum Island, the Pariserplatz with the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie, the Unter den Linden area and the Bebelplatz with the Hedwigs Cathedral.
You then go on to the most beautiful square in the city  the Gendarmenmarkt - bordered by the French and German Cathedrals, Charlottenburg Palace and the government district.

Lunch on your own.

In the afternoons, you go on to discover the museums of Berlin. The Museum Island, an unique Architectural ensemble named by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site, promises something for every taste. The Bodemuseum, the New National Gallery, the Pergamon Museum, the Egyptian Museum and many more.

If there is time you really should plan a small shopping excursion along the Kurfürstendamm.

Dinner in a restaurant in the old city.

An evening concert in Berlin or its surroundings - we can arrange a performance in one of the many churches, in a concert hall or on one of the well known squares.


Day 3: Berlin
Start the day with a good breakfast.

Today is a day of pure culture – a trip to Potsdam, to the Prussian version of Versailles.
You will take a tour of the formal royal city of Prussia, now the capitol of the state of Brandenburg.

Lunch on your own.

Strengthened by the midday meal we go on a tour of the inside of Sanssouci Palace.
The Palace was the summer residence of Friedrich the Great and was built on the wine terraces from ideas and sketches of the king by Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff in the years from 1745-1747.

Afterwards a walk through the park with a view of the Orangery, still used today to protect the plants during the winter.

You will undoubtedly drive back to Berlin with a host of new impressions.

To end the day, we recommend a boat trip on the Spree. You can experience the unique charm of Berlin’s inner city from a fresh perspective while eating dinner on board.


Day 4: Berlin/Stettin
Breakfast – check out.

In the morning we leave Berlin and drive to the port of Stettin just over the border to Poland.

Stettin… one of Poland’s largest cities
Stettin, the capital of Wojwodschaft Westpommern, is also called the city in the green, which is absolutely true. The waters of the Oder River and of the Baltic See have always had great influence over the life of Stettin. In the Middle Ages, the city had control over the river traffic on the Oder and in the 19th century, prosperity was brought by the greatest shipyards and by the tourists who travelled through the city by steamer to reach the bathing beaches.
Today the city is still dependent on the Baltic, although it actually lies almost 100 kilometers (62 miles) from the open sea.

Transfer to your hotel.

Lunch on your own.

In the afternoon we would be happy to organize an open air concert for you on one of the squares in Stettin.

The time afterwards could be used for a stroll through the city on your own.
Dinner in a tavern, where you will learn how good Polish food can be.


Day 5: Stetting/Danzig
Breakfast – check out.

Today your licensed tour guide will await you for a sightseeing tour.
There is much to be seen, as for example the Cathedral of St. Jacob, the old city hall, the Hackenterrasse and much more.

Afterwards you will travel on to Danzig along the beautiful coast of the Baltic Sea on what used to be known as the Amber Highway.

Lunch on your own during the trip to Danzig.

Danzig… the beauty on the Baltic Sea
Once a rich Hanseatic city and the main city for commerce with amber, risen from ruins after World War II, today’s Danzig Poland’s summer city on the sea radiates an almost Mediterranean cheerful serenity.
Its undeniable beauty, its past as a Hanseatic city and the architectural similarity with its sister cities to the west all make it seem familiar, especially to all the German tourists who visit. Already a blooming immigration of merchants, predominently from the Lübeck area but also from crafts, fishing and from the Baltic gold known as amber.

Transfer to your accommodations.

After a long day you can relax and enjoy dinner in your hotel.


Day 6: Danzig

You will start off with your licensed tour guide for a tour of the city.
You will see the city’s landmark (the Danzig dockside crane) plus the Church of our Lady (one of the largest gothic sacred buildings in Europe), the city hall and of course the old city.

Lunch on your own.

The afternoon is free, a good posibility would be an excursion to Oliwa or Sopot.
The cathedral from Aliwa and its organ are a must see and must hear, the wooden promenade pier in Sopot is the longest in the world!

Evening concert in Danzig or the surrounding area. There are many wonderful places to perform.

Dinner – Danzig’s gastronomy is something to look forward to. Many small restaurants around the Mottlau invite you to come in and linger.


Day 7: Danzig/Warsaw
Breakfast – check out.

Fortified by a good breakfast we continue to the capitol city of Poland. Warsaw awaits you.

Warsaw… Capitol of Poland
With a polulation of almost two million, Warsaw is by far the largest city in Poland and the business political and cultural center of the country. Modern skyscrapers mingle with ever present reminders of the past. The old city was almost completely destroyed during the Second World War.
With its many restaurants and galeries, it is today a meeting point for  the many tourists who are discovering the beauty of this beautiful city on the Weichsel River.

You will travel to your hotel where you will be met with a welcome drink.

After a long day a good dinner in the hotel will do you good.


Day 8: Warsaw

After breakfast, your licensed tour guide will be waiting to take you on a tour of Warsaw, whose old city was added to the UNESCO list of World Cultural Heritage Sites in 1980.
The market square and the neighboring alleys constitute one of the most beautiful areas of Warsaw.

The inner city is dominated by the Cultural palace, the highest building in the city and there are many other sights worth seeing.

Lunch on your own.

In the afternoon we recommend an excursion to one of the many parks to relax a bit.
Warsaw has lovely parks, many of which are over 200 years old – Krasinski Park, Lazienki Park and more.

Upon request, we would be glad to arrange a performance in Warsaw or the surrounding area.

Dinner in one of the many cosy restaurants.


Day 9: Warsaw/Krakow
Breakfast – check out.

After breakfast, our journey continues to the city of Krakow via Tschechenstockau.

Tschechenstockau counts as one of the most important pilgrimage sites in the Christian world. Up to five million believers come to visit the most revered place of the Polis Catholics each year. The most famous attraction is the “Black Madonna”, which according to legend was painted by St. Luke himself.

You will visit the monastery complex of Jasna Gora, then be on your own for lunch.

In the early evening, arrival in Krakau.

Krakow… the cultural capital of Poland and an UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site
Krakow was the capital of Poland until 1596. The city on the Weichsel was over centuries the residence of the kings of Poland. The old city of Krakow became part of the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage sites in 1978. Krakow is home to the second oldest university in central Europe and developed into a center for industry, science and the arts. Structures from gothic, renaissance, baroque and later periods characterize the old city.

Arrival at your accommodations.

You have time to make a first exploratory tour of the historical city center, followed by dinner in one of the old restaurants around the Market Square.


Day 10: Krakow

A tour through the city of Krakow is on the program today.
The picturesque thousand year old city lies on the banks of the Weichsel, is rich with medieval, renaissance and baroque architecture and has an irresistible charm. You will visit the cloth halls, the Church of Our Lady and the Jagiellonen University (founded 1364) with the Collegium Maius.
The Krakow university has an international reputation and can count Copernicus and Pope John Paul II among its alumni.
The royal palace Wawel (World Heritage Site) is on the border of the old city on the Wawel Hill (continuously settled for the past 20,000 years). Polish civilization and art are intricately entwined with the palace. Here the Polish kings celebrated glittering feasts, but also extended invitations to literary recitations, administered justice and of course ruled the country.

Lunch on your own.

In the afternoon you will visit the former Jewish quarter Kazimierz (where Schindler's List was filmed). You will find it rewarding to walk through the narrow alleys to visit the synagogues and the Jewish cemetery, then relax and linger in one of the tastefully decorated cafes.

An evening concert in Krakau or its surroundings.

Dinner in a cosy rustic restaurant such as the "Kletznmer Hois".


Day 11: Departure
Breakfast – check out.

Today we unfortunately have to say goodbye to Krakow.
You will travel home with lasting impressions of many fantastic places.


Please consider all of our tour description only as examples.
We will be happy to prepare an individual plan for your journey through any European country.
Our goal is to fulfill all of your personal wishes for your journey!