Octoberfest Tour 2007

We invite you to join us for a tour of Bavaria, Lichtenstein, Austria and Switzerland


Tour Highlights

·        Stand on top of Germany’s highest mountain (Zugspitze)

·        Tour with us the most famous castles in Bavaria

·        Stay in the quaintest area in Germany

·        Attend the Octoberfest in Munich

·        Explore the ICE maintenance facility in Munich

·        Bus tour through four countries

·        Train ride to Mittenwald and Innsbruck

·        Visit 4 countries in one day

Departure: September 18, 2007

Return: September 26, 2007

Air travel from Chicago to Munich

Please note: You can choose any airport within the US for departure. We will make the necessary arrangements for you.

LAND/AIR PRICE (per person)                                  $3995.00

LAND ONLY PRICE (per person)                              $2995.00

Day 1, September 18


We are leaving Chicago late afternoon on your non-stop flight to Munich. Cocktails and dinner will be served en route. We chose to fly into Munich because it is a much smaller airport than Frankfurt, therefore much easier to navigate.

Day 2, September 19


One hour before landing they will serve breakfast. After checking through immigration and customs we will board the train to Garmisch-Partenkirchen. This town is nestled in the foothills of the Alps with Germany’s highest mountain at your doorstep. After checking into the hotel the afternoon is free for your own activities. Maybe you want to explore the town and admire the many murals on the houses of Sonnenstrasse or Frühlingsstrasse. We will meet for dinner at 7:30 and probably will call it a night after that.


Day 3, September 20


This will be a spectacular tour. We board the train in Garmisch and after about 5 miles it turns into a rack and pinion train which will bring us up to the Zugspitzplatt. We will  than switch to the funicular, which will bring us to the peak. We will have lunch there and enjoy the panoramic view far into Austria and Switzerland maybe even as far as Italy.  On the way down we will board a different funicular which will take us to the valley.  We will end our day in Patenkirchen where we will have a nice dinner.


Day 4, September 21

Fairytale Castles

Today we are following the footsteps of King Ludwig II. We will take a bus tour to Neuschwanstein. Many of you know this castle from Disneyland but now you will see it in “true scale”. We also will tour Hohenschwangau, the castle that was rebuilt by Maximilian II, King Ludwig’s father. King Ludwig II spent most of his childhood there.

famous churches in Germany.


Day 5, September 22


We are on the way to Munich to see the ICE maintenance facility. This is a temple of modern technology. Within 1 hour the whole train can be repaired, stock-up and cleaned. The train recognizes any problems during its travel and reports it to the facility and when the train comes in all the spare parts are already in place. Afterwards we are invited to see a Modelrailroad Club.


Day 6, September 23


We board the train to Mittenwald. This little town is most famous for the violin and instrument making. If we are lucking we can even witness a wood carver at work.

After lunch we will head to Innsbruck (Austria). The most remarkable sightseeing spots are The Golden Roof, The City Tower, Ottoburg and churches like Johannes- and Jesuitenkirche.


Day 7, September 24


We are returning back to Munich. Today we want to give you some time for shopping. Afterwards we go to the German museum. It is one of the best in Germany.

We will close the day at the Octoberfest. This is the biggest beer-drinking, carnival-riding and oompah-music playing festival in the world.


Day 8, September 25

4-Country Tour within 1 day

We are heading out to our 4-Country Tour. Our first stop will be Davos (Switzerland). Davos is the highest situated holiday and congress city in Europe. We will have lunch there. We are continuing to Vaduz the capital of Lichtenstein where we will do some sightseeing. Our next stop will be St. Anton an Austrian ski resort. We are returning back to Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany).


Day 9, September 26


Like all good things, this tour will come to an end today. Breakfast is really early in the morning with hotel check out to follow. We will transfer from Garmisch-Partenkirchen to Munich and fly back home.

Welcome Home!

Tour Price Includes:

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Please note:

Airfare is included in round trip from Chicago. For departures from other cities, please contact Roman Plaszewski at Reynauld’s Euro-Imports, Inc.

Terms & Conditions:

An initial deposit of $600.00 per person is required to secure reservation. Seats are limited, so reservations will be made on a first come-first serve basis. Final payment must be made by August 30, 2007.

Checks must be made payable to R. Plaszewski and sent to: Reynauld’s Euro-Imports, Inc. 122 N. Main Street, Elburn, IL 60119.

Rates are subject to change including but not limited to increases in applicable taxes, government imposed fees and exchange rates.


All cancellations must be received in writing. Cancellations fees before August 01, 2007 will be $300.00 per person plus any deposits lost to airlines or any other facilities! Cancellation fees between August 01 and August 21 will be $600.00 plus any deposits lost to airlines or any other facilities!

After August 22, 2007 there will be no refund for cancellations.


No refunds will be made for unused portion of the tour after travel begins.

Proof of Citizenship:

It is the traveler’s responsibility to provide proper documentation of proof of U.S. citizenship.  Married women traveling with documentation in their maiden name must supply a marriage license.

Failure to possess required documentations may result in denied boarding. No refunds will be made if passengers are denied boarding.

For non-U.S. citizens, please contact the appropriate destination embassy or consulate for correct document requirements.

Your passport must be valid till September 2007 or longer.


Every effort will be made to operate the program as per the scheduled itinerary. Due to local conditions or circumstances, we reserve the right to adjust or alter the itinerary.


Reynauld’s Euro Imports, Inc. is not in any way responsible for this tour. Rey and Roman Plaszewski arranged this tour for the enjoyment of European train enthusiasts.

Rey and Roman Plaszewski are responsible for arranging the services and accommodations offered hereunder, except in the absence of negligence on their part; Rey nor Roman Plaszewski are not responsible for any act, error, omission, injury to person or property, inconvenience, accident, delay or default of any company and/or their employees, agents, or servants, or facilities in connection with these. It is expressly understood that Rey and Roman Plaszewski are not responsible for any delays for any flight or non-operation of any flight hereunder due to any reasons beyond their control, including work stoppages, labor strikes, or Forces Majeure and shall have no liability of any nature whatsoever relating to flight delays, including (but not limited to) liability for damage related to shortened vacation time, inconvenience or hardship, additional expenses or any other form of damage. By accepting this contract, you hereby relieve Rey and Roman Plaszewski of all such liabilities.


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