You have a choice of trains that will take you from Munich Airport to Munich Main Station. Your hotel is located in walking distance to Munich Main Station. Munich famous throughout the world, is the Bavarian metropolis, close to the Alps and in the heart of Europe. Where to begin when one wants to name places to see and things to do in this extraordinary city which like few others combines modern life with lively history. There is Munich's old town where 850 years of history are showing off and there is the Marienplatz (Marien square) which is known as the center and heart of Munich. Use your all day pass for unlimited free use of the public transportation system (Subways, trams, busses) for sightseeing within Munich (e.g. Frauenkirche, the famous beer hall “Hofbrauhaus”) and many historic sights.
In about 3 hours the Speed-train InterCity (IC) will take you directly from Munich to Heidelberg, beautiful town on the Neckar River. Since the Station is a little further from the Old town taxi transfers to/from your hotel in the Old Town are included in your tour package. Heidelberg Castle is towering above the city. You can walk up to the courtyard of the Castle (free of admission) or take the funicular up & down from the Castle. From the Castle you have a nice view of the city and the nice setting of the town along the Neckar River. As Germany's oldest university town, Heidelberg flaunts her distinguished history while retaining a youthful atmosphere. One in five residents is a student, and the many bistros, bars, boutiques, music and dance clubs, coffeehouses and theatres catering to this group are to be enjoyed by the visitor as well. And be sure to treat yourself to a "Student's Kiss," Heidelberg's mouth-wateringly sweet specialty.
By taxi transfer you will get from your hotel to Heidelberg Main Station from where you take the train to Bern. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe wrote about Bern: “It is the most beautiful that we have ever seen”. Albert Einstein lived here from 1903 till 1905. Don´t miss to visit the Cathedral of Bern. It is Switzerland's largest ecclesiastical building. Construction started in 1421, the spire was finally completed in 1893. At its portal you can see a depiction of the Last Judgment. Climb up Switzerland´s highest church to have a marvelous view cross the city and into the Bernese Mittelland and the snow-capped mountains of the Bernese Oberland. After a long day you may want to have something to eat at the Schwellenmätteli, a famous restaurant in Bern. Located on the banks of the River Aare you'll feel like you're on an island vacation.
In less than one hour the Speed Rail will take you from Bern to Interlaken. Interlaken (Latin for “between the lakes”) is nestled between two lakes: Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. It also affords a view of the worlds famous Icy Icons: the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. The Jungfrau – Top of Europe - can be reached by train. This wonderworld of eternal snow and ice is absolutely stunning. Visit the Ice Palace and its sculptures or enjoy the breathtaking views from the Sp