Germany Small Group Tours

October 20 You have come to the right place for Germany Small Group Tours. What do we do exactly and how does our philosophy benefit you? We create private and fully customized tours one at a time for each client or set of clients. We don’t just throw a bunch of tours out there and […]

What You Don’t Get on a Mass Produced Bus Tour

Reason Number 187 to take a European Focus Private Tour Bus tours cram so much into a single day that there is no chance for being spontaneous or taking the road less traveled. If you like to get up at 5:30 and have your bags outside your door by 6:30 then bus tours are probably […]

The War over Religion in Europe 1618-48

October 18 The disastrous 30-years war from 1618-48 in Europe devastated large areas of the landscape, emptied towns, killed millions and resulted in entire populations of people moving from one area to another to either escape the fighting or to fill in the gaps left behind by famine and disease which nearly always follows large-scale […]

Christmas Markets in Germany 2014

October 1 A last-minute opening for a tour of some of the charming Christmas Markets of Germany has opened for December 4 to approximately December 13 or 14. As all tours are custom-designed according to the interests of our clients, please contact us through our web site for more information and to make your booking.

A Chance Meeting Leads to Fun Adventures on Romantic Road, Rhein, in Nürnberg

September 22 Our business is built around tours of at least seven days long up to two or even more weeks. But this season we have had two wonderful experiences with very last-minute bookings from our home town away from home, Rothenburg ob der Tauber. These occurred during James’ downtime of September 5 – 21 […]

New Way to Share Photos and Trip Memories

September 18 We just created some photo blogs for our recent guests so that they can easily, with the click of a mouse, share photos and memories of their trip with friends and relatives around the world. John and Janis in England Dolores Petit’s First Trip to Ancestral Germany Steve and Debbie’s First Trip to […]

Jet Lag Tips That Make Sense

September 16 By Amy Capeta Today Fatigue, impaired memory, inability to concentrate, change in mood, digestive issues … all symptoms of jet lag, all no fun. While it’s impossible to prevent jet lag, there are ways to minimize its effects. “The fundamental definition of jet lag is that there’s a misalignment between the internal clock […]

How Do You End the Trip of a Lifetime in Germany?

August 23 Dolores Petit always wanted to visit her ancestral country of Germany but her husband would not allow it. A member of the French Resistance as a young teen, he harbored hard feelings against not just some Germans but the entire country. When they traveled, they went to see his relatives in France. So, […]