This is a city that staged a revolution, was headquartered by Nazis, bombed to bits, divided in two and finally reunited – and that was just in the 20th century! Walk along remnants of the Berlin Wall, marvel at the splendour of a Prussian palace, visit Checkpoint Charlie or stand in the very room where the Holocaust was planned. Berlin is like an endlessly fascinating 3D textbook where the past is very much present wherever you go.


Day 1 :

Arrive at Narita /Haneda Airport – Japan. Transfer to hotel. Hotel check in after 1500 hrs. Overnight in Tokyo.

Day 2 :

After breakfast, visit Asakusa Temple. This temple is also known as Sanja-sama and is one of the most famous Shinto shrines in Tokyo. Asakusa shrine is part of a larger grouping of sacred building in the area. Later depart for Team Lab – Digital Art Museum. Later visit Orientation tour- Tokyo Station, Imperial Palace, Diet Building etc. Visit Tokyo Sky Tree which is 634 m high and is an observation tower. Evening free time in Ginza. Overnight in Tokyo.

Day 3 :

After breakfast, Visit UENO & Chidorigafuchi Park for Cherry Blossom Viewing. Latter depart for Aqualine – Umihotaru, Strawberry Picking . Later Visit Honda Robot Show. Overnight in Tokyo.

Morning after breakfast, first we will enjoy the Lake Ashi Cruise. Lake Ashi is a scenic lake in the Hakone area of Kanagawa. It’s a crater lake that lies along the southwest wall of the caldera of Mount Hakone, a complex volcano. The lake is known for its views of Mt. Fuji. Later visit Owakudani Valley & Hakone Ropeway. Depart in bullet train from Tokyo to Hiroshima .Overnight in Hiroshima.

Day 5 :

Morning after breakfast, visit Peace Memorial Park and Museum, Miyajima Island. Overnight in Hiroshima .

After breakfast, check out from hotel and transfer to Osaka by bullet train. After lunch visit Osaka Castle (( Outside View ). Later depart for Tempozan Harbour Village - Aquarium and Ferries Wheel & Abeno Harukas. Overnight in Osaka.

After breakfast, depart for Kyoto –Kinkakuji Temple (Golden Pavilion), Fushimi Inari Shrine Philosophers path, Nijo Castle. Overnight in Osaka.

After breakfast depart for Arashiyama bamboo groove & Arashiyama romantic train . Later visit Todaji Temple and Deer Park. Overnight in Osaka.

Morning Check out from Hotel & take flight back to home.


  • Main Flight Included

More about this tour

Berlin, capital and chief urban centre of Germany. The city lies at the heart of the North German Plain, athwart an east-west commercial and geographic axis that helped make it the capital of the kingdom of Prussia and then, from 1871, of a unified Germany. Berlin’s former glory ended in 1945, but the city survived the destruction of World War II. It was rebuilt and came to show amazing economic and cultural growth.


Berlin lies where the influence of the Atlantic Ocean fades and the climate of the continental plain begins. The city’s mean annual temperature is about 48 °F (9 °C), and mean temperatures range from 30 °F (−1 °C) in winter to 65 °F (18 °C) in summer. The average precipitation is 22 inches (568 mm). About one-fifth to one-fourth of the total falls as snow.

The city layout

The original twin towns of Berlin and Kölln developed from the early 13th century onward, on an island of the Spree River (the site of Kölln) and a small portion of land on the north bank of the river facing the island (the site of Berlin). While still a small town, it became the capital of the electoral princes of Brandenburg from the end of the 15th century onward. From the late 17th and early 18th centuries, when the electors of Brandenburg (also kings of Prussia from 1701) developed into powerful figures on the European political stage, the city expanded and gained a Baroque appearance; new castles, such as Charlottenburg Palace, were built. The central quarter expanded and was embellished with broad avenues, handsome squares, and grandiose stone buildings. The central area acquired broad north-south avenues, such as Wilhelmstrasse and Friedrichstrasse, and also its characteristic east-west road axis. Supplementing this main axis are several exit roads that now serve as major traffic arteries. In the late 19th century suburbs developed around these arteries and their subsidiary streets. Where destruction during World War II was massive, there has been large-scale construction of modern apartment and office buildings, one of the most famous being the Hansa Quarter, built by renowned architects from many countries.

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