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It’s that time again to visit the Christmas Markets!
Spend a day at a spa.We’ll book your treatments and drive you there!
Rothenburg tour the most well preserved medievaltown in Germany.
USAG Grafenwoehr &Outdoor RecreationLeisure Travel Services Program
Leisure Travel Services (LTS) and Outdoor Recreation (ODR) provide many opportunities to the community to discover the wonders of living in Europe. All ID card holders can travel with us as well as their guests who are registered on the access roster of both Rose Barracks and Main Post at least 72 hours prior to the trip.
As the majority of our trips include a walking city tour for a time varying from 1.5 to 2.5 hours, it is advised to wear comfortable shoes. Please ask for details before booking the trip. Please let us know in advance if a member of your party has special needs. MWR staff members will be glad to assist in any way possible to make your experience wonderful and as smooth as possible. The ODR Staff will be happy to answer your questions about trips and provide you with a detailed itinerary.
Please Note that Leisure Travel Services trip assistants are required to ask for your passport before boarding the bus, as per European law, he or she has to keep a list in case of police check.
. Keep receipts of your purchases abroad in case of customs officers checking.
. Keep some cash with you at all times as ATM machines are not available everywhere in Europe.
Day Trip Refund Policy. Cancellation up to three working days prior to trip: 100 % refund . Cancellation two working days prior to trip: 50 % refund . Cancellation one working day prior to, or day of trip: No refund
Overnight Trip Refund Policy. A $100 deposit per person is required upon enrollment. . 30 days prior to departure: at least 25% of the trip cost is required, not refundable due to hotel booking policies. . 14 days prior to departure: at least 50% of the trip cost is required, not refundable due to hotel booking policies. . The outstanding balance must be paid two working days prior to the trip’s departure unless otherwise indicated.
. Cancellation up to 31 days prior to departure: full refund, unless otherwise indicated. . Cancellation from 30 days to departure date: the amount refunded depends on the specific hotel’s cancellation policy. The administration fee of $100 deposit per person will not be refunded, unless the cancellation reason is sustained by document signed by commander, or by a physician. . Please bring your original receipt when asking for refunds. . No Refund for No Shows!. If Leisure Travel Services – Outdoor Recreation staff cancel a trip, all customers will receive full refund, providing their original registration receipt.
Please understand that most overnights have to be confirmed with our partners at least a month prior to departure for contracting purposes, so book as soon as possible so we meet our minimum quotas to confirm a trip.
Private TripsOutdoor Recreation can also organize private trips for you. If you need transportation for a unit function, or your reserve unit has a day of free time coming up, we can help you chose your destination, and give you free price quotes. We need some details such as date, destination, number approximate number of passengers, departure time, and return time.
Shuttles to the airports of Nuremberg and Munich. Please bring your flight itinerary and a street map of the address where we have to pick you up. Price for up to 4 People:To Nuremberg One way: $139, Round trip: $249 To Munich One Way: $209, Round trip: $375We cater our shuttle to your own flight itinerary. If you have more people, we can accommodate your needs. Pets are welcome too (extra charge for big dogs).
You can register for trips in both our offices on Main Post at the Field House, Bldg. 547, and Rose Barracks, Bldg. 2236, or online https://webtrac.mwr.army.mil/webtrac/Grafenwoehrrectrac.html Our offices are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Main Post DSN 475-7402 CIV 09641-837402 Rose Barracks DSN 476-2563 or CIV 09662-832563
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Chocolate Factory Lauenstein and tour the Castle in the medieval town of Kronach Tuesday, Nov. 16 Saturday, Jan. 8 See the beautiful Lauenstein Chocolate Factory where you will taste the delicious chocolates sold around the world, and be able to purchase them at outlet prices. Kronach is surrounded by a nearly complete city wall and Germany’s biggest medieval fortress, Festung Rosenberg. The rivers Hasslach, Kronach and Rodach unite in Kronach. Departure from Langenbruck Center at Rose Barracks at 8 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 8:30 a.m. Adult: $29, child: 3-12: $19.
Waldsassen BasilicaThursday, Nov. 18
Tuesday, Dec. 7See the beautiful Waldsassen Basilica with its amazing sculpted library. Tour a Gingerbread factory to see how the Gingerbread is produced, enjoy a tasting, and purchase for your family and friends at outlet prices. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 8 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 8:30 a.m. Adult $29, child 3-12: $19.
Rothenburg Saturday, Nov. 20 Sunday, Dec. 19 Sunday, March 20Visit the most well preserved medieval town in Germany. Walk on the city walls, see the criminal museum with its instruments of torture, and shop at the enchanting Käthe Wolfahrt
Christmas store. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck center at 7:30 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 8 a.m. Adult $39, child 3-12: $29.
Zurich, Switzerland Saturday, Nov. 20 Passport required Switzerland’s largest city retains much of its 19th-century charm. Located on the northern shore of Lake Zurich in the heart of the country, the city has a lot of sightseeing attractions for everyone. Zurich is divided by the Limmat River and there’s much to explore in Zurich’s Old Town. There are two large cathedrals, Bahnhof Street with its many upscale fashion boutiques, cafes, museums and famous (Kunsthaus) Modern Art Gallery with an excellent selection of paintings
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by Monet. There are also boat trips on the Limmat River. The trip price includes a 2 hour walking tour of the city center. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 1:30 a.m. and Main Post Burger King parking lot at 2 a.m. Price per adult: $69 and child 3-12: $59 and children under 3: $10
Two Castles: Neuschwanstein & Hohenschwangau Sunday, Nov. 21 Sunday, Dec. 19 Sunday, Jan. 30 Sunday, Feb. 27 Sunday, March 27 Germany is famous for its castles and Bavaria offers some of the most impressive ones, such as Neuschwanstein, which you might recognize as the Disney castle from Sleeping Beauty. A building frenzy was initiated by King Ludwig II, and while it almost bankrupted the country, the
castles are a lasting testimony to whimsy and fairy tales. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 4 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 4:30 a.m. Entrance fee for each castle is approximately 10 Euros per castle, per person, collected on the bus. Price per adult: $49, per child (3-12): $39, under 3: $10.
Christmas Market at the Weltenburg Abbey Saturday, Nov. 27 Beautiful Christmas market in a magical setting by the Weltenburg Abbey along the river born from the Danube. It is a quaint, romantic setting with many artisans showing their products. You can also try the world’s oldest Beer brewed in an Abbey. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 12:30 p.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 1 p.m. Adult $29, child 3-12: $19.
Dresden Christmas MarketSaturday, Nov. 27 Dresden’s Christmas Market is traditionally called Striezelmarkt; it is Germany’s oldest Christmas Market with a very long history dating back to 1434. Its name derives from Hefestriezel, a sweet delicacy which centuries later known as “Dresden Christstollen” (German Christmas Cake). The Christmas Market is known for its Christmas pyramids, smoking figures and candleholders from Erzgebirge Mountains, indigo-dyed printed textile products and pottery from Lusatia, gingerbread from Pulsnitz, filigree lace products from Plauen. Visitors can also watch the carvers, glass-blowers and bakers in action at the crafts market. Trip includes City tour. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 5:30 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 6 a.m. Adult: $39, child 3-12: $29, and child under 3: $10.
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Leipzig Christmas Market with the world’s largest Advent calendar Saturday, Dec. 4 Discover one of Germany’s most beautiful towns during Christmas season. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 5:30 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 6 a.m Adult: $39, child 3-12: $29, and child under 3: $10.
Grilled Wild Boar Buffet Dinner, Christmas Celtic Harp Concert with Andy Lang at Burg Rabenstein Castle Saturday, Dec. 4 From 3:30 p.m. - midnight. Adults only, $79 covers transportation, buffet dinner of 5 course meal (drinks not included), and concert ticket. Please book by Friday Nov 26. Seats limited.
Prague, Czech Republic Passport required. Sunday, Dec. 5 Sunday, Jan. 2 Sun, Feb. 6 Sunday, March 6The 2 hour city tour will show you the Charles Bridge, the Astronomical Clock and many more famous sights. Find out why Prague is known as the “Jewel of Europe.” Departs from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 5 a.m. and from the Main Post Burger King parking lot at 5:30 a.m. Adult: $49, child 3-12: $39 and child under 3: $10.
Christmas Market on the “Fraueninsel” IslandSunday, Dec. 5Take a boat ride to the only island
Christmas market in Germany, situated in a truly unique and romantic setting – in the heart of the Bavarian Alps and surrounded by the crystal clear waters of Lake Chiemsee. Departs from Rose Barracks Langenbruck center at 8:30 a.m. and from the Main Post Burger King parking lot at 9 a.m. Adult: $59, child 3-12: $49. Price includes boat ride.
Castle Hexenagger Romantic Christmas Market Saturday, Dec. 11Dozens of artisans sell their wares on the castle ground. Fantastic atmosphere! Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 1 p.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 1:30 p.m. Adult: $29, child 3-12: $19. Price includes entrance fee.
Dachau Concentration Camp & Munich National MuseumSunday, Dec. 12 Sunday, Jan. 9Visit the historic Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial site. Walk in the main camp through the actual Prisoner’s camp, the SS area as well as various subsidiary camps, such as the so-called plantation, the shooting range at Hebertshausen, and the burial grounds for concentration camp prisoners, now the concentration Camp Memorial Cemetery Dachau-Leitenberg. Afterwards we will travel to Munich, park by the National Museum that offers a hands-on exploration of German science and technology. Museum entrance fee per adult is 7.50 Euro, per child 3 Euro
(not included in Leisure & Travel Services price) if you wish to visit the museum. Or just enjoy free time to discover Munich at your pace. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 6:30 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 7 a.m. Adult: $39, child 3-12: $29, child under 3: $10.
Nutcracker BalletSunday, Dec. 12The Russian National Ballet comes to the Gasteig concert venue in Munich to perform this ballet classic. The story of the Nutcracker ballet is well known to ballet fans, children and adults will enjoy this ballet, danced in a variety of colorful costumes. Ballet performance begins at 3 p.m. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 9 a.m. and Main Post Burger King parking lot at 9:30 a.m. Prices include only roundtrip transportation. Adult: $39, child 6-12: $29, children under 6 are not allowed into the ballet. Tickets for this ballet can be purchase from this website: http://www.muenchenticket.de Castle Guteneck Medieval Christmas MarketSunday, Dec. 12 Discover the intriguing mix of Medieval and Christmas mixed together in an old castle. Enjoy a mulled wine, listen to a concert, and discover some of the wares the artisans have to offer. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 3 p.m.
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and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 3:30 p.m. Adult: $29, child 3-12: $19 (including entrance fees). Day at the Lohengrin Spa in BayreuthTuesday, Dec. 14 Tuesday, Jan. 4 Tuesday, March 1 Enjoy a day at the Spa! We drive you to the outskirts of Bayreuth at the wonderful Lohengrin Thermes. You can swim in the different indoors and outdoors pools, or stay in the Jacuzzi until the spa department opens at 11 a.m. Contact us for booking the treatments in advance. Departure from the Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 9 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 9:30 a.m. Adults only: $19 not including entrance or spa treatment fees. Please see website provided to book your treatment in advance. http://www.lohengrin-therme.de
Two Christmas markets: Regensburg and Castle of Thurn and TaxisSaturday, Dec. 18 Spend some time in beautiful Regensburg, Unesco World Heritage Site, and visit two Christmas Markets. The first one in the city center and the second one in the Thurn und Taxis castle http://www.thurnundtaxis.de Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 9:30 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 10 a.m. Adult: $39, child 3-12: $29 including entrance fee Thurn und Taxis Christmas Market.
Joska Crystal World in Bodenmais and Weinfurtner Crystal Village in the Bavarian ForestMonday, Dec. 20 Saturday, Jan. 22 Websites with information on the World of Crystal, and the Crystal Village http://www.joska.comhttp://www.weinfurtner.de Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 8:30 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 9 a.m. Adult: $29, child 3-12: $19. Outlet Village Ingolstadt Tuesday, Dec. 21Brands such as 7 for all mankind, Asics, Calvin Klein, Columbia, Converse, Foot Locker, La Perla… receive 30% to 60% off store prices. From 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. Adult: $29, child 3-12: $19 Fuerthermare Thermes and PoolsThursday, Dec 23 Check this brand new facility that was opened this year in Fuerth, close to Nuernberg, offering different indoors and outdoors pools, a spa center and more. http://www.fuerthermare.de Adult: $29, child 3-12: $19. Does not include the entrance fee. Day at the Spa Sybillenbad Tuesday, Dec. 28Adults only: $19, not including entrance or spa treatment fees. Please check http://www.sibyllenbad.de for all details on the spa center, the swimming pools and all the treatments, as well as booking appointments.
The Harlem Gospel Singers in MunichSunday, Jan. 9“Rousing gospel, coupled with homage to unforgettable rhythms from the R & B, Soul, Jazz and Blues. You take the good news in the heart, in the voice, in every fiber of their energetic presence. The Harlem Gospel Singers are and will remain a phenomenon. Dance, clap and sing for two hours. Queen Esther makes the worship concert a fantastic Soul event.” Trip price includes only transportation. Adult: $39, child 3-12: $29. Concert is not recommended for child under 3. Website ticket purchases: http://www.eventim.de Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 8:30 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 9 a.m. The Great Chinese National Circus, BambergSaturday, Jan 15The Chinese circus tradition has its beginnings more than two thousand years ago in the period of the Warring States. Chinese artists, acrobats and contortionists are clearly recognized in ancient artifacts as early as the Qin and Han dynasties. The Chinese circus is known for its tumbling routines, juggling, acrobatics, incredible balancing routines and colorful costumes. The trip price includes transportation only. Adult: $39, children 3-12: $29, and child under 3: $10. The bus departs from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 2:30 p.m. and Main Post Burger King parking lot at 3 p.m. Purchase tickets at website below: http://www.eventim.de
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Outlet Shopping in SelbSaturday, Jan. 29You’ve been asking for a Saturday Outlet Shopping day. Come to Selb for Porcelain shopping, designer clothes, handbags, and scarves. We go to Rosenthal and Hutschenreuther outlets first, then cross town to the bigger Outlet Center: see www.factory-in.de for details on the 70 Brands that are sold there to discount prices of up to 70% reduction. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 9 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 9:30 a.m. Adult: $29, child 3-12: $19 BayreuthThursday, Feb. 10Visit the city center, see the beautiful Opera House, or shop at the Rotmain mall. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 8:30 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 9 a.m. Adult $29, child 3 - 12: $19.
Banz Abbey (Kloster Banz) and Vierzehnheiligen BasilicaSaturday Feb. 12The Banz Abbey, is a former Benedictine monastery. The abbey was founded in 1070 by Countess Alberada of Schweinfurt and her husband, Count Hermann of Habsberg-Kastl, and until the secularisation of 1803 was the oldest monastery on the upper Main. Since 1978 the former monastery has been in the possession of the Hanns Seidel
Foundation, an organization closely associated with the political party the CSU in Bavaria, and is used as a conference centre. Afterwards, we visit the Vierzehnheiligen Basilica that was built by the famous architect Balthasar Neumann. From the 15th century to the present day, it is one of the most famous places for pilgrimage. Check http://www.vierzehnheiligen.eu/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banz_Abbey Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 8 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 8:30 a.m. Adult: $39, per child 3-12: $29, child under 3: $10.
Meissen Porcelain Factory and Moritzburg CastleSunday, Feb. 13Visit the production site and museum of the Meissen Factory, porcelain to Kings and Queens, famous around the world. You might even be chosen to paint a pattern on a dish during the visit! We then drive to the beautiful castle of Moritzburg on the outskirts of Meissen, which is surrounded by water. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 5 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 5:30 a.m. Adult: $59, child 3-12: $49, child under 3: $10.
Coburg Castle and guided tour of the medieval townSaturday, Feb 26 One of Germany’s largest
castles, the mighty Veste Coburg citadel, dominates the town from its hilltop. During the Diet of Augsburg in 1530 reformer Martin Luther spent 6 months at the castle. While stationed at the castle Luther continued with his translation of the Bible into German. Today the Veste Coburg is home to three museums. One is the Ducal Palace (Fürstenbau), with many furnished rooms of the Dukes of Coburg, including the apartment where Martin Luther lived in 1530. Another museum is the Armory (Rüstkammer), containing the largest collection of medieval armor and weaponry in Germany, with over 10,500 items. The third is the Art Collections (Kunstsammlungen), which contains a world class collection of 300,000 engravings (Kupferstichkabinett), a 20,000 piece coin collection (Münzkabinett), a 7000 piece documentation collection (Briefe & Urkunden), and a 3,500 piece glassware collection (Glasammlung). Circus Krone, MunichSunday, Feb. 27Circus Krone is the largest circus in Europe and the only circus with its own personal building. It employs 400 persons, cares for 250 animals, owns the world’s largest tent with a capacity of 5,000 people and has its own fire truck, school and kitchen staff. This trip includes transportation only. Adult: $39, child 3 - 12: $29,
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child under 3: $10 and free at the circus. Tickets for the Krone circus can be purchased at: http://www.circus-krone.de Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 8:30 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 9 a.m. Please purchase your entrance ticket to the circus at least two weeks prior to the event.
Dinkelsbuehl Saturday, March 12Dinkelsbühl’s perfectly preserved town walls and magnificent patrician houses, which include the “Hezelhof” and the “Deutsches Haus,” are a reminder of Dinkelsbühl’s glorious era in the 15th and 16th centuries. Dinkelsbühl’s industrious craftsmen and flourishing trading activities enhanced its wealth, with the town’s fortifications and 16 towers providing protection from attack. St. George’s Minster, one of the most beautiful hall churches in Germany, was built at the intersection of the old trade routes. Artists discovered the picturesque nooks, crannies and alleyways of the old town in the last century and now visitors from all over the world flock to the medieval town to get a taste of its vibrant ambiance. Departure
from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 9 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 9:30 a.m. Price per adult: $39, per child (3-12): $29, under 3: $10.
Munich’s Alte Pinakothek and Neue PinakothekSunday, March 13The Alte Pinakothek (Old Pinakothek) is an art museum situated in the Kunstareal in Munich. It is one of the oldest galleries in the world and houses one of the most famous collections of Old Masters’ paintings. The Neue Pinakothek (New Pinakothek) is an art museum in the same building complex. Its focus is European Art of the 18th and 19th century and is one of the most important museums of art of the 19th century in the world. There will also be time to enjoy Munich at your own pace. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 7 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 7:30 a.m. Adult: $59, child 3-12: $39, child under 3: $10, including the entrance to both museums.
Easter Market in NurembergSaturday, March 19Each year at Easter time, the large Easter Market is held on
the Main Market Square. This “Häferlesmarkt” (Pot Market) is the first major market in spring and in Nuremberg boasts a long tradition. In about 80 stalls, traders offer wooden, enamel, household goods, pottery, textiles, sweets, books and everyday articles. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 9 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 9:30 a.m. Price per adult: $39, per child (3-12): $29, under 3: $10.
Kulmbach and BiertastingSaturday, March 26The town is famous for the Plassenburg Castle, which houses the largest pewter figure museum in the world (tin soldiers), and its for famous sausages, called “Bratwuerste.” Plassenburg Castle - once stronghold of the state and the residence of the Zollern Margrave - also houses several museums. Get lost in the past in the thick of a historic battle, impressive gold chambers and Margrave rooms and discover world history! We also visit the beer factory museum. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center at 9 a.m. and from Main Post Burger King parking lot at 09:30 a.m. Adult: $39, child 3-12: $29, child under 3: $10.
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December 30 - January 2 New Year’s in Vienna, Austria Visit the magnificent Schoenbrunn Palace, discover the museums, the cathedral, maybe the Hundertwasser Village, or take your loved one for a waltz during the festivities of New Year’s! Contact Leisure Travel Services for more details and to sign up by November 30. February 18 - 21: Hamburg, Germany See a musical in Hamburg, visit the maritime town in Northern Germany, where cruise ships depart for the North Sea, take advantage of their shopping opportunities, and visit a U-Boat. Contact Leisure Travel Services for more details.
March 17 - 21: London, United KingdomLondon’s population of over 7,556,900 makes it the largest city in Europe. London is famous for
attractions such as Buckingham Palace, Tower of London, Big Ben, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, London Eye Ferris Wheel, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Harrods Department Store, Trafalgar Square, British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Piccadilly Circus, Tate Modern Art Gallery, Hyde Park and much more. Departure from Rose Barracks Langenbruck Center 5:30 p.m. and Main Post Burger King parking lot 6 p.m. Trip includes: 3 English breakfasts, 3 night’s hotel accommodations, full day London City tour, 2-day London Transportation ticket, Hampton Court Palace visit, Tower of London visit, Kensington Palace visit, dinner at local London Pub, Services of Trip assistant, Ferry crossing from Calais-Dover and vice-versa. Sign up by Feburary 16.
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Allen Tigges is our driver extraordinaire, born in Iowa. Under a laid-back appearance with the long-hair we all know him for be-ing so proud of, stands a man who has given 25 years of his life to the government service--6 of which as a soldier for the US Army. The last 14 years he has been an exemplary bus driver.Wild bores, steer away! Allen is on a mission to take us places!
Melvin Williams a native of New York City, is a man of many talents. He is eager to share his excitement of traveling to new places, as he leads you to European destinations, including his own two favorites being Italy and the Netherlands. He is also one of the airport shuttle drivers! He has been living in Germany for the last 18 years. He enjoys serving our MWR customers and always does his best to provide excellent cus-tomer service.
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