Best of the Best 2018 - 450
Germany on the Move
Living history in Berlin, luxury autos and Neuschwanstein on reservation.
Drive a Mercedes around a
racetrack and evaluate how a
Porsche handles on ice during an
eight-day spin through the world
of German motor engineering.
See the Autostadt's towering silos
of cars and check out Munich's
BMW World. At Audi's experience
center, you'll have a half day to
play in your training car (an R8,
perhaps?). Your last day includes
non-car-related sightseeing in
and around Munich.
Cracking the Capital
From the palaces of Potsdam
to the Holocaust memorial and
Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin is
worthy of exploration, and this
six-day, private tour delivers.
Sightsee by foot, car and canoe;
spend one afternoon cycling
alongside the Berlin Wall, taking
in lively neighborhoods, including
Friedrichshain and Prenzlauer
Berg, the Tränenpalast ("Palace of
Tears") and the East Side Gallery,
a 4,300-foot-long section of the
wall turned into a living museum.
Clockwise from top:
Brandenburg Gate at
night, Berlin; headlights
of cars racing along
The Real Fairy Tale
Neuschwanstien Castle, an
iconic landmark of Germany,
brings the magnificent castles
of our imaginations to life. The
palace features evocative turrets
and towers, lavishly decorated
rooms and an unbeatable view
of Bavaria. Avoid the substantial
crowds by taking an exclusive
pre-opening tour, arriving and
departing by helicopter and
taking in the chambers of King
Ludwig II in peace.
Your Virtuoso travel advisor
can arrange these exceptional
experiences and more.