What would you give to spend ten magical days in Berlin and Dresden?

Atmospheric Berlin. Historic Dresden … join the Richard Wagner Society and Berlin Travel for 10 days of opera, ballet and music in Berlin and Dresden in May.


Some of the highlights:

  • Tannhauser at the Berlin Philharmonie with Nina Stimme and Christophe Gerhahar
  • Salome at the Semper Oper
  • Marriage of Figaro at the Deutsche Oper
  • John Cranko’s ballet Onegin at the Staatsoper

When did you last see the restored Frauenkirche in Dresden, sipped coffee or wine on the elegant Bruhl Terrace, strolled along the Elbe or sensed the ghost in Meissen Castle? How does café in the Potsdamer Platz in Berlin sound, a stone’s throw from the Philharmonie? Take in the palaces of Potsdam, a guided tour of the UNESCO biosphere Spreewald, and use your three-day museum pass to visit Nefertiti and all the wonders on Museum Insel.
If that’s not enough to tempt you, we don’t know what will.

InBerlinReisen is one of Berlin’s most celebrated travel agents and the Richard Wagner Society is proud to partner with the company.
The tour dates are May 2, departing from Cape Town, to May 12 departure from Berlin.

Prices are 3479 Euros per person, double, with a supplement for a single room.

If you want to go earlier or stay longer, you can, of course, make your own way there. The ground tour decreases to 2950 Euros. Prices include 3 and 4 star hotels, and several tours and lunches.

For more information, contact:

Shirley de Kock Gueller or Stephan Dürre

Or go online at InBerlinReisen – Exclusive Opera Tour 2012 for English text and

InBerlinReisen – Exclusive Opern-Reise 2012 for the German text.