The perfect vacation to learn about the European Reformation.
Start in Geneva with a welcome dinner and an orientation that includes Geneva’s Reformation Monument.
Then, travel to Ulrich Zwingli's Zurich, where an orientation features a visit to Grossmunster Church and Fraumunster Church, known for Chagall's stained-glass windows.
In Germany, take pictures of Heidelberg Castle, then continue to Worms to visit the cathedral, Trinity Church, and the famed Reformation Monument. Enjoy visits to the Gutenberg Museum in Mainz, Coburg Fortress in Coburg, and the Augustinian Monastery in Erfurt, as well as a scenic Rhine cruise.
In Eisleben, visit two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the house where Luther was born and the Sterbehaus Museum. Also visit St. Andrew's Church, where Luther preached his last sermon, and the St. Peter and Paul Church, where he was baptized.
In Wittenberg, enjoy a guided walking tour featuring the Reformation Museum, Luther House, St. Mary's Church, Castle Church, and Luther's tomb. Next, stop in Eisenach to visit Wartburg Castle, the Luther and Johann Sebastian Bach Memorials, the house where Luther lived during grammar school, and more.
Spend two nights in Nuremberg, the first town to accept the Reformation, including a visit to the famous Lutheran Lorenz Church and an excursion to picturesque Rothenburg, with time to shop for the Christmas ornaments for which this town is famous.
Via Augsburg, travel to Oberammergau for the highlight of your vacation: the original Passion Play. A farewell dinner is included. Your flight leaves from Munich Airport the next day.
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