- Dresden Sightseeing with your Local Specialist, see the Semper Opera, Zwinger Palace and Frauenkirche
- Eisenach Sightseeing with your Local Specialist visit Luther House, St George's Church and Wartburg Castle
- Erfurt Visit the Augustinian Monastery with a Local Specialist
- Frankfurt Orientation tour with your Travel Director
- Leipzig Sightseeing with your Local Specialist visit St Thomas Church
- Mainz See the Gutenberg Monument
- Prague With your Local Specialist visit St Vitus Cathedral, see the Bethlehem Chapel
- Torgau Visit Hartenfels Castle Chapel
- Weimar See the Franciscan Monastery
- Wittenberg Sightseeing with your Local Specialist includes a visit to the Castle Church to see the graves of Martin Luther and Phillip Melanchthon. Visit Lutherhalle and Stadtkirche
- Worms See the Martin Luther Memorial and visit Heylshof Garden
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