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    Tour Highlights

      ✓ Visit the Miniature Wonderland in Hamburg
      ✓ Take a Steam Ride on a narrow-gauge line
      ✓ Visit the rocket museum in Peenemünde
      ✓ City Tour through Hamburg
      ✓ Spending time on the island of Rügen
      ✓ Narrow Gauge Steam Ride
      ✓ Boat ride through the Hamburg port.

    Download the PDF Itinerary and Reservation Form here

    Departure: June 16, 2019
    Return: June 25, 2019

    Air travel from Chicago

    Please note: You can choose any airport for departure and we will help you with the arrangements, if you wish

    LAND ONLY PRICE (per person) $3295.00

    We decided to offer just the land only package for this trip. Many of you have frequent flyer miles or would like to use a different airline or upgraded seating. In any case we will help you to get the right fare through our travel bureau.

    Day 1, Sunday, June 16


    We are leaving Chicago late afternoon on your non-stop flight to Frankfurt. Cocktails and dinner will be served en route.

    Day 2, Monday, June 17


    After going through Immigration and Customs we board the next plane to Hamburg which brings us there within 1 hours. After checking into the hotel, the afternoon is free for your own activities. We will meet for dinner at 7:30 and probably will call it a night after that.

    Day 3, Tuesday, June 18

    Hamburg Miniature Wonderland

    This is my real highlight on our trip. You might have been before at this fabulous layout but if you haven’t been there in the last few years you missed the new airport and the Italy part. The airport was planned to open already in 2008 but because those guys are such perfectionists it took them to open this segment till May 2011. You have to spend the whole day to see everything. We will also arrange a tour behind the scenes to show you all the technology which goes into a project like this.

    Day 4, Wednesday, June 19

    Hamburg City and Harbor Tour

    We use their Hop-on Hop off bus service. All the important attractions will be on this route, like the Michel’s Church, the Red Townhall, the Elbe Tunnel and so on. We also arrange a boat tour through the huge Hamburg harbor. Hamburg has so many attractions, that there is something for everybody to spend more time than at others. Also, don’t forget, Hamburg is also famous for its night life.

    Day 5, Thursday, June 20

    Trip to Kiel

    Today we take train to Kiel. Kiel is the capital and most populous city in the state of Schleswig Holstein. This city is one of the major maritime centers of Germany and is know for a variety of international sailing events, including the Kieler Woche, (Kiel Week) which is the biggest sailing event in the world. From the train station we walk over to the ferry which will bring us to the Laboe Naval Memorial. It is dedicated to the sailors of all nationalities who were lost at sea. The 236 ft tower gives you a great look over the city and bay. We will also see the German submarine U-995 the world’s only remaining Type VII U-boat.

    Day 6, Friday, June 21

    Transfer from Hamburg

    Today we take our high-speed train from Hamburg to Binz on the island of Rügen. After we settle into our new hotel you have the rest of the day off to do some shopping and explore the city on your own. Besides some great coffee shops with some unbelievable cakes, you can also go down to the landing piers and watch the boats come in or maybe you are daring enough to take a swim.

    Day 7, Saturday, June 22

    Rügen to Peenemünde

    We will take a train to Peenemünde, the birthplace of space rockets. The V2 was the first rocket reaching an altitude of 84 kilometers, breaching the barrier to space for the first time. The V2 is the prototype of all later booster rockets and Wernher von Braun V2’s paved the way for America’s manned space operation.

    Day 8, Sunday, June 23

    Narrow Gauge Steam Ride

    What would be a REI Tour without a narrow-gauge steam ride? We are boarding the Rasende Roland (Speeding Roland). As we reside in Binz, which is in the middle of the line, we can go in either direction or both together. I would suggest going to Putbus, called the White Town because all the houses are painted white. Putbus is the oldest resort in Rügen and we can spend some time to see the palace park, the orangery or the royal stables. The palace itself was destroyed by the communists in 1962, which considered it a symbol of Prussian imperialism.

    Day 9, Monday, June 24

    Binz – Prora – Granitz

    Today is our last day in Rügen and we take it easy. A short way from our hotel is Prora the longest building in the world. It was built by the Nazis as a hotel for a about 20,000 people, but was never used as such. After the war it first was used by refugees fleeing Russia and Poland, later the Russian army moved in and afterwards the East Germany army took over. After the reunification, the gigantic building was converted to a youth hostel, a hotel and apartments. Granitz castle is a former hunting lodge, which is most visited castle in northern Germany.

    Day 10, Tuesday, June 25


    Like all good things, this tour will come to an end today. Breakfast is early in the morning with hotel check out to follow. I would recommend taking the train from Binz to Berlin and fly back home from there. It takes about 4 hours to travel by train to Berlin, so book a later flight to the US.

    Welcome Home!

    Tour Price Includes:

      ✓ 8 nights at great hotels with daily breakfast
      ✓ Rail travel as per itinerary
      ✓ Attentive tour guides speaking English and German
      ✓ VIP Miniature Wunderland Tickets
      ✓ No extra charge for single occupancy
      ✓ Taxes and service charges for included features

    Tour Price does not include:

    • All items of personal nature, such as phone calls, room service, laundry and beverages
    • Gratuities to local guides

    Terms & Conditions:
    An initial deposit of $600.00 per person is required to secure reservation. This deposit must be made by April 30. Seats are limited, so reservations will be made on a first come-first serve basis. Final payment must be made by March 21, 2019. Please contact us before you send any payment, so we can make sure that there are still seats available.
    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 May 10,2019 will be $600.00 per person plus any deposits lost to airlines or any other facilities! Cancellation fees between May 10 and May 31 will be $900.00 plus any deposits lost to airlines or any other facilities!
    After May 31, 2019 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 December 2019 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.

    Northern Germany 2019 Tour Reservation Form

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