Reformation tours to Germany for groups of 10 or more people
Further information about our group tours on the topic of Martin Luther and the Reformation in Germany
Follow in the footsteps of Martin Luther!
Follow in the footsteps of the Reformation in Germany: It is more than 500 years ago that Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of All Saints’ Church in Wittenberg, initiating the Reformation. Its remendous impact on the world’s view on the church still can be retraced today. We are specialised in group tours about the Reformation anniversary and are looking forward to your requests.
Our incoming service for groups to Germany
Let us introduce your group to Germany’s Reformation history as part of a themed cultural tour: We look forward to tailoring a tour to your group’s specific ideas and requirements. In addition to the sourcing of event tickets, our services also include the design of an individual sightseeing itinerary which matches your group’s interests.
More information about our group tour suggestions on the topic of Martin Luther and the Reformation
Germany is popular for its Reformation history. Every year, Martin Luther’s place of birth and death as well as his domains attract many visitors interested in culture and history to follow in the footsteps of the reformer. Due to the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in 2017, group tours about Luther and the Reformation enjoy increasing popularity. Whether you would like to plan a club tour, a work outing or a private group tour, we are very pleased to organise a suitable cultural tour about Martin Luther for your group. What about a Reformation group tour to Wittenberg, city of Luther, Erfurt or Eisenach for instance?
Expertise. Ideas. Passion. – Group tours to Germany tailor-made by AugustusTours
We can naturally also organise a classical city tour to Germany for your group as well as musical tours for music lovers. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to adjust your travel programme – we have the knowledge and expertise to turn your ideas into a cultural group tour to remember!