From visiting the church where Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses to spending the night in the 1,000-year-old Wartburg Castle, travelers can follow in the footsteps of Martin Luther from Berlin to Munich on Zicasso’s 10-day custom-tailored itinerary through Germany, In the Footsteps of Martin Luther: 500-Year Anniversary of Protestant Reformation itinerary. On the tour, travelers will have the opportunity to stand in the doorway of Schlosskirche where Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses; tour Lutherhaus, the home where Martin Luther spent most of his adult life and wrote his 95 Theses; and spend a night in Wartburg Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site where Martin Luther hid in exile and translated the Bible from Latin into German. In addition, the tour includes a trip to the city of Erfurt, where guests will find the Augustinian Monastery where Luther became a monk.
Rates start at $3,249 pp dbl and include accommodations in four- and five-star hotels including breakfasts, all airport transfers, a First Class train ticket from Berlin to Wittenberg, five privately guided tours in Berlin, Wittenberg and Munich; The Night Watchman Tour of Rothenburg, a Mercedes E-Class (or similar vehicle of the same class) rental car from Wittenberg to Munich (including full insurance and unlimited mileage), and 24/7 travel concierge services. An optional upgrade to a Premium package with private driver and guide is also available. For more information, visit zicasso.com.