Embark on the Dark Worlds walking tour and be transported to a fascinating time in Berlin's history. Hundreds of people a day walk past a green door in the Berlin subway station Gesundbrunnen without knowing that behind it, rooms entrenched in history exist. How uncomfortable it must have been to have been crammed inside these small rooms, with the constant whirr of the ventilation machine and the terrible thundering of the bomber aircraft overhead. The atmosphere can still be sensed today.
An easy way to start your romantic day on the Rhine: Present your KD ticket onboard any KD ship and enjoy all scheduled day cruises on the Rhine and Moselle rivers for one whole day. The extensive and reliable timetable enables you to disembark as often as you like at the many interesting stops, and spend as much or as little time as you would like.
Take a boat ride to the island of Herreninsel on Chiemsee, the largest Bavarian Lake. Here you will find another fantastic result of King Ludwig II's vivid imagination. The Royal Castle of Herrenchiemsee is a replica of the Palace of Versailles and was the biggest, most expensive and final castle of King Ludwig II.
For those who don't have much time to see Germany's spectacular Bavarian region, a quick stop in Rothenburg is the tour for you! Travel from Frankfurt along the Romantic Road to the once free city of Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany's preserved 'Jewel of the Middle Ages'.
Koblenz is the gateway to the Middle Rhine UNESCO World Heritage site and is happily situated on not one but two world-famous rivers - the Rhine and the Moselle. What better way to experience this stunning area than on a paddle steamer from the good old days! Travel along the Middle Rhine and dream of castles and fairy tales while enjoying the breathtaking scenery all around you.