Take the wheel of a late-model BMW convertible and tour scenic routes along the foothills of the Alps. Next, learn about the centuries-old brewing process during a private tour at the Hofbräuhaus brewery before sitting down to a Brotzeit, or snack of Bavarian treats, and—of course—freshly brewed beer!
Enjoy a private tour of Dresden Castle’s fabled Green Vaults, the greatest collection of jewelery and priceless objets d’art in Europe. Among the treasures are a golden clock tower run by a crystal ball and the world’s only naturally green diamond.
Join a sommelier for a walk through the vineyards of the UNESCO-designated Rheingau wine region, which boasts the highest concentration of castles in Germany. After a private Riesling wine tasting, enjoy a leisurely Rhine cruise and lunch at a nearby manor house overlooking the river.
Delight in a private organ recital at the 12th-century St. Thomas Church, the final resting place of its famous choir director and organist, Johann Sebastian Bach. Martin Luther also preached the Reformation here in 1539.
See What Else You Can Do in Germany
Originally appeared in Virtuoso Best of the Best: 2014 Guide to the World's Best Hotel Experiences.
Biking in Berlin
The Waters of Stockholm
Where to Eat in Chicago