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Sunrise Tours is a family owned and operated company that was started in 1993. The company has grown steadily over the years, and now consists of 20 fantastic employees and offices in St. Louis, Indianapolis and Kansas City. We pride ourselves on delivering extremely high quality tour experiences at a fair price, and we consider repeat Sunrise Tours customers our most important marketing “tool”.

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PATRIOTIC PATHWAYS

Day 1: Depart

Head east on our deluxe motor coach for this patriotic tour, honoring the past and present of those that have fought for our freedom and to keep us safe. Overnight in Charleston, WV. D

Day 2: West Virginia

Travel through the heart of Appalachian country on the route to Richmond, VA. Visit the American Civil War Museum for an in depth look at how this critical time shaped the country we live in today. Enjoy dinner at a local favorite and an overnight stay. B, D.

Day 3: Williamsburg

Experience 18th century life in Colonial Williamsburg, with a hands-on visit to the place and time where America began to fight for her freedom. Meet the patriots and be inspired by the moments that led to our independence. From the daily life of an average family, to the footsteps of Thomas Jefferson, Williamsburg encompasses the entire colonial experience. Continue to Virginia Beach where you’ll check in for a 3-night stay at the SpringHill Suites, including your very own private oceanfront balcony. Enjoy evening leisure time along the world-famous boardwalk. B, L.

Day 4: Norfolk

After watching sunrise over the ocean from your balcony, spend the morning at the Military Aviation Museum and enjoy the largest flying collection of World War I and World War II era military aircraft in the world. Head to the neighboring city of Norfolk and visit the Botanical Gardens for a narrated tram tour before boarding the Spirit of Norfolk for a fun and relaxing dinner cruise. B, D.

Day 5: Virginia International Tattoo

Recently named the #1 group tour event in the United States, the Virginia International Tattoo honors America’s armed forces with an unforgettable show including a huge cast, stunning costumes, intricate choreography, and a dramatic musical soundtrack, all wrapped in pride and patriotism. The production rivals the largest tattoos in the world and is the greatest in the United States. Before the show enjoy time at the Tattoo Hullabaloo for food, drinks, and festivities including dance and drill performances. B, D

Day 6: Marine Museum

Depart for Northern Virginia to immerse yourself in the history of our armed forces. Visit the National Museum of the Marine Corps, a lasting tribute to U.S. Marines - past, present, and future. Under the command of the Marine Corps University, interactive exhibits surround you with the sights and sounds of Marines in action. B, D.

Day 7: Columbus

Travel to Columbus, OH and visit the National Veterans Memorial and Museum, the only museum in America that honors all veterans, from all branches of service and all eras of our nation’s history. After a powerful experience at the memorial check into the Drury Inn for an overnight stay. B, hot apps

Day 8: Return home. B

  • Trip Code: VA220424
  • Departure Date: April 24 2022
  • Return Date: May 01 2022
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OKLAHOMA'S FRONTIER COUNTRY

Saddle up and get ready for an adventure to the Sooner State!

We invite you to explore the wide open spaces of Oklahoma’s Frontier Country. From visits to Ree Drummond’s Pioneer Woman Mercantile, of Food Network fame to the birthplace of Will Rogers, to learning about Cherokee Indian history and visiting the memorial in Oklahoma City to honor the lives lost at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, this tour is sure to be memorable. Saddle up and get ready for an adventure to the Sooner State!

DAY 1–WELCOME TO THE SOONER STATE

Welcome to Oklahoma, the home of Will Rogers, Garth Brooks and Mickey Mantle. Join your fellow travel- ers for a warm welcome dinner in Tulsa, OK. D

DAY 2–PORT OF CATOOSA/ CHEROKEE HERITAGE CENTER

Oklahoma lies virtually in the center of the US, and has a fascinating mix of Western history, Native American culture and genuine Southern charm. We set out this morning to start our exploration of the state with a visit to the most inland river port in the U.S. Run by the Army Corps of Engineers, we’ll see barges loaded with products such as grains, oil and gas and much more. The goods eventually connect to the Mississippi River and down through the Gulf of Mexico. Next, we head to Tahlequah to experience the Cherokee Heritage Center and gain a better understanding of the Cherokee people. Learn about how they lived in the 1700s to the Trail of Tears in the mid-1880s, to 1890s. Tonight, unpack for two nights in an area of Oklahoma City called Bricktown, known for its lively entertainment and repurposed warehouses turned into restaurants, wine lounges and specialty shops. B, L

DAY 3–NATIONAL COWBOY & WESTERN HERITAGE MUSEUM/NATIONAL WEATHER CENTER/WATER TAXI

Howdy Partner! Today we visit the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum to explore the collection of over 28,000 Amer- ican Indian and Western works of art and artifacts. The museum houses both classic and contemporary Western art, including works by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell, as well as sculptor James Earle Fraser’s magnificent work, The End of the Trail. Afterwards, we visit the National Weather Center. Here we experience behind-the-scenes workings of this important weather office. Return to Bricktown for an afternoon water taxi ride. B, L

DAY 4–OKLAHOMA CITY/CLYDESDALES/ SCULPTURE ARTIST This morning, we remember Wednesday, April 19, 1995 at 9:02 a.m. as we visit the Oklahoma City Memorial and Museum. Explore the memorial grounds and head into the museum to walk through the events of that day to hear a firsthand account from a survivor. Next, travel to Express Clydesdales for an up close look at their magnificent draft horses. These Clydesdales have traveled all over the country and have even been featured in the Tournament of Roses Parade. Then we are off to Enid to meet Harold T. Holden or H to his friends and family, a local sculpture artist. Harold and his wife, Edna Mae, will show us some of his sculptures around town along with his workshop. For dinner, feel free to try Danny’s BBQ Head Quarters in Ponca City, a great local restaurant, just across the street from our hotel. B, L

DAY 5–LOCAL BBQ/ E.W. MARLAND MANSION/PIONEER WOMAN

After a hearty breakfast, we tour Head Country Barbeque Sauce. Learn about their products, see the bottling process and even try a tasty sample or two! Palace on the Prairie is a 55-room estate which was built for E.W. Marland, of the Marland Oil Company. Explore portions of the 43,000 square foot living space and learn about the life of the family that lived in the mansion and how it is used in present day. Off to Pawhuska, home of Food Network star, Ree Drummond. We visit her store “The Mercantile” for a delicious lunch and shopping. Later, tour Price Tower in Bartlesville, a 19-story building completed in 1956 and listed as a National Historic Landmark. It’s the only fully realized skyscraper designed by famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. B, L

DAY 6–WOOLAROC MUSEUM/WILL ROGERS/FAREWELL DINNER

Bison, Elk, and Longhorns, it’s off to Woolaroc we go! This morning explore Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve. Hidden away in the rugged Osage Hills, Woolaroc was the ranch retreat of oilman Frank Phillips and now is a 3,700 acre wildlife preserve and world-class art museum. Come and see why Will Rogers called it “the most unique place in this country”. Later, visit Will Roger’s birthplace home and the museum dedicated to his life and entertainment career. Learn about his life as a cowboy, a performer, movie star and family man. Tonight, we’re in for a real treat! Earl and Lisa Miller welcome us for a tasty home cooked farewell dinner. B, L, D

DAY 7–FAREWELL

Before saying goodbye to the Sooner State, we visit Shepard’s Cross, a local sheep farm, to see the inner workings of raising sheep. Head home with memories of the amazing time we had in Oklahoma. B

  • Trip Code: OK220501
  • Departure Date: May 01 2022
  • Return Date: May 07 2022
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CREME DE LA CREME COACH

Featuring the Great Dames of Eastern Canada: Quebec, Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa’s Tulip Festival! Crème de la Crème - the best of the best - is the perfect description for this tour. Highlights include 8 nights in 4 luxurious and historic Fairmont Canadian hotels in Quebec City, Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa; each newly revitalized to their unique luxurious character!

Day 1: Michigan, D

Day 2: Toronto, Ontario

Head northeast to trendy Toronto for a twonight stay in the centrally located 4-star Fairmont Royal York with hand-painted ceilings and glamorous chandeliers that harken back to it’s opening in 1929. Attend a live theater production (TBD) in the Toronto Theatre District, the largest in Canada. Note: Fly tour arrives in Toronto to board coach. B, D

Day 3: Toronto, Ontario

Explore the bustling city of Toronto with a local expert. After lunch, rise 1,136 ft in 58 seconds to the observation deck of the CN Tower for an eagle’s eye view of the city. Afternoon free to explore. B, L

Day 4: Quebec City, Quebec

Travel to Quebec and enjoy a traditional sugar shack dinner experience with live entertainment and poured “taffy on snow” for dessert. Standing grand on a bluff overlooking the mighty St. Lawrence River, 5-star Fairmont Le Château Frontenac (three-night stay) is not merely a hotel located in the heart of Old Québec - it IS the heart of Old Québec! B, D

Day 5: Quebec City, Quebec

Join our local guide for informative exploration of the most European of North American cities, Quebec City. See the massive stone architecture, the heavily fortified walls and the charm of Old Quebec City. This afternoon is free to explore, shop and acclimate into the local culture before dinner at the historic Aux Anciens Canadiens for traditional Quebec fare. B, D

Day 6: Quebec City, Quebec

Visit Montmorency Falls for a memorable cable car ride to the top to savor lunch at Manoir Montmorency and time to enjoy top of the falls views of the Isle de Orleans and St. Lawrence River. Travel east to St. Anne de Beaupre, the impressive basilica attracts more than a million pilgrims and visitors each year! B, L

Day 7: Montreal, Quebec

Travel to Montreal for a stay at the 4-star Fairmont Queen Elizabeth. A local tour guide will acquaint us with Montreal’s cultural heritage and cosmopolitan blend of old and new as we see all the “must-see sights” including Montreal’s crown jewel, the Notre-Dame Basilica. B, D

Day 8: Ottawa, Ontario

Journey to Canada’s beautiful capital city of Ottawa for a two-night stay at the 4-star Fairmont Château Laurier, a magnificent limestone edifice with turrets and masonry reminiscent of a French Château. Visit Canada’s largest and most popular cultural institution, The Canadian Museum of History. B, D

Day 9: Canadian Tulip Festival

Discover the sites of Ottawa and the Tulip Festival, featuring more than three million tulips. Board a 100% electric boat for a cruise tour on the Rideau Canal, UNESCO World Heritage Site, to learn about its historic engineering and enjoy views of Ottawa’s highlights. The evening is free for you to explore. B

Day 10: Niagara USA

Cross the US border into Niagara Falls, NY for dinner at Top of the Falls featuring eagle eye views of the majestic falls. Overnight stay at the Double Tree by Hilton, located along the upper Niagara River. B, D

Day 11: Niagara Falls State Park

Did you know 3,160 tons of water flow over the falls every second? Board the world-famous Maid of the Mist for a thrilling boat ride under the falls! This afternoon travel west to Ohio for dinner and an overnight stay. B, D

Day 12: Return home B

  • Trip Code: CN220506
  • Departure Date: May 06 2022
  • Return Date: May 17 2022
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CREME DE LA CREME FLY

Featuring the Great Dames of Eastern Canada: Quebec, Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa’s Tulip Festival! Crème de la Crème - the best of the best - is the perfect description for this tour. Highlights include 8 nights in 4 luxurious and historic Fairmont Canadian hotels in Quebec City, Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa; each newly revitalized to their unique luxurious character, and informative local guides sharing historical anecdotes and stories about these Canadian gems!

Day 1: Toronto, Ontario

Fly into trendy Toronto for a two night stay in the centrally located 4-star Fairmont Royal York with hand-painted ceilings and glamorous chandeliers that harken back to it’s opening in 1929. Attend a live theater production (TBD) in the Toronto Theatre District, the largest in Canada. B, D

Day 2: Toronto, Ontario

Explore the bustling city of Toronto with a local expert. After lunch, rise 1,136 ft in 58 seconds to the observation deck of the CN Tower for an eagle’s eye view of the city. Afternoon free to explore. B, L

Day 3: Quebec City, Quebec

Travel to Quebec and enjoy a traditional sugar shack dinner experience with live entertainment and poured “taffy on snow” for dessert. Standing grand on a bluff overlooking the mighty St. Lawrence River, 5-star Fairmont Le Château Frontenac (three-night stay) is not merely a hotel located in the heart of Old Québec - it IS the heart of Old Québec! B, D

Day 4: Quebec City, Quebec

Join our local guide for informative exploration of the most European of North American cities, Quebec City. See the massive stone architecture, the heavily fortified walls and the charm of Old Quebec City. This afternoon is free to explore, shop and acclimate into the local culture before dinner at the historic Aux Anciens Canadiens for traditional Quebec fare. B, D

Day 5: Quebec City, Quebec

Visit Montmorency Falls for a memorable cable car ride to the top to savor lunch at Manoir Montmorency and time to enjoy top of the falls views of the Isle de Orleans and St. Lawrence River. Travel east to St. Anne de Beaupre, the impressive basilica attracts more than a million pilgrims and visitors each year! B, L

Day 6: Montreal, Quebec

Travel to Montreal for a stay at the 4-star Fairmont Queen Elizabeth. A local tour guide will acquaint us with Montreal’s cultural heritage and cosmopolitan blend of old and new as we see all the “must-see sights” including Montreal’s crown jewel, the Notre-Dame Basilica. B, D

Day 7: Ottawa, Ontario

Journey to Canada’s beautiful capital city of Ottawa for a two-night stay at the 4-star Fairmont Château Laurier, a magnificent limestone edifice with turrets and masonry reminiscent of a French Château. Visit Canada’s largest and most popular cultural institution, The Canadian Museum of History. B, D

Day 8: Canadian Tulip Festival

Discover the sites of Ottawa and the Tulip Festival, featuring more than three million tulips. Board a 100% electric boat for a cruise tour on the Rideau Canal, UNESCO World Heritage Site, to learn about its historic engineering and enjoy views of Ottawa’s highlights. The evening is free for you to explore. B

Day 9: Niagara USA

Cross the US border into Niagara Falls, NY for dinner at Top of the Falls featuring eagle eye views of the majestic falls. Overnight stay at the Double Tree by Hilton, located along the upper Niagara River. B, D

Day 10: Niagara Falls State Park

Did you know 3,160 tons of water flow over the falls every second? Board the world-famous Maid of the Mist for a thrilling boat ride under the falls! This afternoon travel west to Ohio for dinner and an overnight stay. B, D

Day 11: Flight home from Cleveland, OH B

  • Trip Code: CN220507
  • Departure Date: May 07 2022
  • Return Date: May 17 2022
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OBERAMMERGAU'S PASSION PLAY

Experience the Passion Play and Austria’s Splendor

Nearly 400 years ago the history of the Passion Play, considered one of the most important religious and cultural events in Germany, began. The plague raged in many parts of Europe and did not spare Oberammergau. In 1633, the Oberammergau villagers promised to perform the suffering, death and resurrection of Christ every tenth year. In return, no one was to die of the plague any longer. The villagers were divinely answered by God, and soon after the first Passion Play took place. Their promise has been kept until today. In 2022, the 42nd Passion Play will take place in the beautiful Bavarian village of Oberammergau. Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime experience as we tour through scenic Germany and beautiful Austria, culminating with the Passion Play.

DAYS 1-2—WILLKOMMEN TO REITH IM ALPBACHTAL

After our overnight flight from the U.S., we arrive at Munich’s airport. Our European Tour Guide, Patricia Hechenblaikner, meets us here as we transfer to the charming Hotel Stockerwirt at Reith im Alpbachtal. We’ll stay seven nights at this family-owned hotel in the center of this enchanting village. After a light lunch, take a short stroll around the village, enjoying the idyllic lake and beautiful church. L, D

DAY 3—ACHEN LAKE/GRAMAI ALM

Travel down the Inn Valley to Jenbach and ride the original Achenseebahn cog railway, which dates back to 1889. These are some of the oldest steam engines in the world still used for public transport. The train winds its way up above the Inn Valley to the shores of the largest alpine lake in Tyrol, Lake Achen. Here we’ll enjoy a short boat trip to Pertisau. We then travel by coach along the mountain range of the Karwendel Alps to visit the Gramai Alm, where cheese is made in the summer months. B, D

DAY 4—SALZBURG AND THE SOUND OF MUSIC

After breakfast drive to Salzburg – the city made famous by the Sound of Music. Today we start with a guided tour of one of the most beautiful cities in Austria. The life of the Von Trapp Family is entwined with that of Salzburg, as is Mozart’s. On your way home we will savor dinner in Going, located at the foot of the Wilder Kaiser Mountains. This meal is hosted by the Hotel Stanglwirt, well known for its special foods prepared from their own farm. B, D

DAY 5—FARM VISIT/RATTENBERG

Bring your appetite along this morning as we are treated to a delicious farmhouse breakfast high above Reith im Alpbachtal. Later we visit a local farm in the village to experience a farmer’s way of life in Europe. This afternoon we will stop in the middle-aged town of Rattenberg, Tyrol’s smallest town, where we can watch glass being blown and engraved at the Kisslinger glass factory. We will return to our hotel for dinner followed by a traditional “Tyrolean Show” with music and dance. B, D

DAY 6—GLACIAL MOUNTAIN

Today we’ll partake in a full day excursion around the Ziller Valley. In Fügen, we’ll learn about the cheese production at the dairy. From Fügen we drive to Hintertux for a memorable glacial cable car ride. This journey takes us to Austria’s only all year-round ski resort with fantastic views over the Kitzbühler Alps. On our way home we’ll make a stop in the well-known ski resort of Mayrhofen. B, D

DAY 7—INNSBRUCK/SWAROVSKI

This morning we begin at the Crystal World of Swarovski for some souvenir shopping. Then we’ll head to Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol, nestled below the Northern Chain Mountains. Innsbruck twice hosted the Winter Olympics. We’ll see highlights including the Hofkirche or court church and the iconic Golden Roof. We continue on to the Bergisel, historically important as the location of four 1809 freedom battles against Napoleon’s troops. It is also home to the imposing Bergisel ski jump. Be sure to savor the breath-taking views of the Northern Chain Mountains. B, D

DAY 8—ALPBACH

Today we visit the neighboring village of Alpbach, known for its yearly “Forum” and consistently voted as the most beautiful village in Europe. We’ll ride the cable car up to the Wiedersbergerhorn to enjoy the view of the Alps. A special farewell dinner awaits at the hotel this evening. B, D

DAY 9—THE PASSION PLAY

The unforgettable Passion Play at Oberammergau awaits us! The play’s fascinating history begins in 1633, when the town’s residents swore an oath to perform the “play of the suffering, death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ” every decade if their town was spared by the Plague. First performed in 1634, this play has been faithfully reenacted every decade since. Today, some 2,000 residents of Oberammergau—actors, singers, musicians and technicians— rehearse for 10 months to bring the five-hour production to life. From our reserved seats in the impressive outdoor theater, we’ll enjoy a prime view of the moving and inspiring story. B, L, D

DAY 10-LINDEROF/STARNBERGER LAKE

Our journey this morning takes us to southern Bavaria. The last king of this country, Ludwig II, built several fairytale castles in the 19th Century. We visit the most luxurious, Linderhof and make a stop at the monastery of Ettal before arriving at our hotel located in the Oberammergau area. B, D

DAY 11—AUF WIEDERSEHEN

At last, we must say Auf Wiedersehen, as we travel home fulfilled by our new Austrian and German friends, scenic vistas and the incredible Passion Play! B

  • Trip Code: EU220519
  • Departure Date: May 19 2022
  • Return Date: May 29 2022
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OBERAMMERGAU'S PASSION PLAY AUGUST

Experience the Passion Play and Austria’s Splendor

Nearly 400 years ago the history of the Passion Play, considered one of the most important religious and cultural events in Germany, began. The plague raged in many parts of Europe and did not spare Oberammergau. In 1633, the Oberammergau villagers promised to perform the suffering, death and resurrection of Christ every tenth year. In return, no one was to die of the plague any longer. The villagers were divinely answered by God, and soon after the first Passion Play took place. Their promise has been kept until today. In 2022, the 42nd Passion Play will take place in the beautiful Bavarian village of Oberammergau. Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime experience as we tour through scenic Germany and beautiful Austria, culminating with the Passion Play.

DAYS 1-2—WILLKOMMEN TO REITH IM ALPBACHTAL

After our overnight flight from the U.S., we arrive at Munich’s airport. Our European Tour Guide, Patricia Hechenblaikner, meets us here as we transfer to the charming Hotel Stockerwirt at Reith im Alpbachtal. We’ll stay seven nights at this family-owned hotel in the center of this enchanting village. After a light lunch, take a short stroll around the village, enjoying the idyllic lake and beautiful church. L, D

DAY 3—ACHEN LAKE/GRAMAI ALM

Travel down the Inn Valley to Jenbach and ride the original Achenseebahn cog railway, which dates back to 1889. These are some of the oldest steam engines in the world still used for public transport. The train winds its way up above the Inn Valley to the shores of the largest alpine lake in Tyrol, Lake Achen. Here we’ll enjoy a short boat trip to Pertisau. We then travel by coach along the mountain range of the Karwendel Alps to visit the Gramai Alm, where cheese is made in the summer months. B, D

DAY 4—SALZBURG AND THE SOUND OF MUSIC

After breakfast drive to Salzburg – the city made famous by the Sound of Music. Today we start with a guided tour of one of the most beautiful cities in Austria. The life of the Von Trapp Family is entwined with that of Salzburg, as is Mozart’s. On your way home we will savor dinner in Going, located at the foot of the Wilder Kaiser Mountains. This meal is hosted by the Hotel Stanglwirt, well known for its special foods prepared from their own farm. B, D

DAY 5—FARM VISIT/RATTENBERG

Bring your appetite along this morning as we are treated to a delicious farmhouse breakfast high above Reith im Alpbachtal. Later we visit a local farm in the village to experience a farmer’s way of life in Europe. This afternoon we will stop in the middle-aged town of Rattenberg, Tyrol’s smallest town, where we can watch glass being blown and engraved at the Kisslinger glass factory. We will return to our hotel for dinner followed by a traditional “Tyrolean Show” with music and dance. B, D

DAY 6—GLACIAL MOUNTAIN

Today we’ll partake in a full day excursion around the Ziller Valley. In Fügen, we’ll learn about the cheese production at the dairy. From Fügen we drive to Hintertux for a memorable glacial cable car ride. This journey takes us to Austria’s only all year-round ski resort with fantastic views over the Kitzbühler Alps. On our way home we’ll make a stop in the well-known ski resort of Mayrhofen. B, D

DAY 7—INNSBRUCK/SWAROVSKI

This morning we begin at the Crystal World of Swarovski for some souvenir shopping. Then we’ll head to Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol, nestled below the Northern Chain Mountains. Innsbruck twice hosted the Winter Olympics. We’ll see highlights including the Hofkirche or court church and the iconic Golden Roof. We continue on to the Bergisel, historically important as the location of four 1809 freedom battles against Napoleon’s troops. It is also home to the imposing Bergisel ski jump. Be sure to savor the breath-taking views of the Northern Chain Mountains. B, D

DAY 8—ALPBACH

Today we visit the neighboring village of Alpbach, known for its yearly “Forum” and consistently voted as the most beautiful village in Europe. We’ll ride the cable car up to the Wiedersbergerhorn to enjoy the view of the Alps. A special farewell dinner awaits at the hotel this evening. B, D

DAY 9—THE PASSION PLAY

The unforgettable Passion Play at Oberammergau awaits us! The play’s fascinating history begins in 1633, when the town’s residents swore an oath to perform the “play of the suffering, death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ” every decade if their town was spared by the Plague. First performed in 1634, this play has been faithfully reenacted every decade since. Today, some 2,000 residents of Oberammergau—actors, singers, musicians and technicians— rehearse for 10 months to bring the five-hour production to life. From our reserved seats in the impressive outdoor theater, we’ll enjoy a prime view of the moving and inspiring story. B, L, D

DAY 10-LINDEROF/STARNBERGER LAKE

Our journey this morning takes us to southern Bavaria. The last king of this country, Ludwig II, built several fairytale castles in the 19th Century. We visit the most luxurious, Linderhof and make a stop at the monastery of Ettal before arriving at our hotel located in the Oberammergau area. B, D

DAY 11—AUF WIEDERSEHEN

At last, we must say Auf Wiedersehen, as we travel home fulfilled by our new Austrian and German friends, scenic vistas and the incredible Passion Play! B

  • Trip Code: EU220820
  • Departure Date: August 20 2022
  • Return Date: August 30 2022
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