Christmas in the Harz Mountains
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Discover breathtaking mountain landscapes, charming historic towns and enjoy a journey on the Harz narrow-gauge Railway in picturesque Germany.
From our St Pancras Departure Office, take the Eurostar to Brussels and transfer from here to Cologne, continuing on to Hannover. From here, take a coach to Goslar, where dinner will be served on arrival at your hotel.
After breakfast, discover Goslar on a guided tour. Following the tour, there is time at leisure to explore the Christmas Market.
Today is Christmas Eve and you journey on the spectacular Brocken Railway. Travel to Wernigerode, where you join the line that travels to the top of Brocken Mountain, on an unmissable and unforgettable experience. Later, return to the hotel where there is time to relax before a festive buffet dinner.
Christmas Day begins with a morning at leisure before enjoying a traditional festive Gala dinner this evening. Perhaps head out under the light of the German stars and revel in the Christmas atmosphere.
After breakfast we pay a visit to charming Quedlinburg, where you have time to discover the wonderful medieval streets lined with half-timbered houses. You later visit one of the world's longest pedestrian suspension bridges which stretches an astonishing 1,502 feet across the waters of the Rappbode Dam, with dazzling views of the waters and forests below.
Transfer to Hannover, where you return to Brussels via Cologne. From here, take the Eurostar back to London.
Please note that while every departure of this tour will feature the same excursions, the order may differ from that shown above.
Provisional departure and return times, where available, can be found together with dates and prices by clicking on the 'Prices & Availability' button. We will write to you around 10 weeks before your departure date with the precise meeting times for your tour group.
Please note: This tour may be suitable for reduced mobility passengers, please call for further information.
Historic towns, mountains and the Harz Railway