Follow the Royals on a majestic trip to Germany
Group specialist offers ‘Royal Heritage Routes’ & group air fares.
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh have just completed a four-day state visit to Germany where they spent time in Berlin and Frankfurt. This was the Queen’s seventh time in Germany, with her first visit in 1965 and the last in 2004, and she was warmly greeted wherever she went with excited crowds waving Union Jacks.
During the visit the royal couple met with German chancellor, Angela Merkel, and attended a state banquet held in their honour, as well as visiting Frankfurt with Germany’s federal president, Joachim Gauck. Follow in the Royal footsteps and take a city break to Berlin or Frankfurt this year with group fares specialists German Travel Centre www.germantravelcentre.co.uk, or go on one of their unique palace tours, celebrating over 300 years of the Hanoverian succession to the British throne to seven palaces that lie in the Leine and Weser Mountain area of northern Germany.
These ‘Royal Heritage routes’ are a rare chance to experience over 800 years of courtly culture, the history of the old and new noble families, from which the British Royal family descend, as well as several different styles of architecture, all set within stunning scenery. The 18th and 19th centuries were periods where German and British royal families became closely entwined with many marriages bringing the two countries closely together, and the myriad of outstanding palaces have a special significance for British people. German Travel Centre has signed a contract with Germanwings and offers some of the best airfare deals in the market for groups travelling to Germany.
Germanwings’s low-cost premium service model has proved to be very successful with both business and leisure group customers alike and German Travel Centre specialise in group travel ranging from music and sports groups, to friends and family, schools and corporate groups, as well as charity and special interest groups.
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