We - TGAC - offer customized private Martin Luther & Reformation Tours in Germany both for individuals and groups. Especially for Lutheran congregations it is a unique experience to travel in a group with other parish members - the adventure already starts at home when you talk about your common ideas and expectations which will be incorporated into the trip planning process, consulting with our Germany expert.
We - TGAC - plan and prepare the tour program step-by-step together with the group leader. We take care of the travel arrangements such as accommodation, local guides, transportation, restaurant reservations etc. - We also handle registrations and payments for all travelers. So the group leader also gets to fully enjoy the tour!
We make sure that the travelers also have free time to independently explore towns and cities on their own. And of course we make sure that you can savor traditional German food and libations - Martin Luther did like a good meal and a good beer!
We - TGAC - advise to opt for an escorted tour with a native German tour guide, but it is also an option to arrange for a self-guided tour. We are flexible!
Contact us with your ideas and wishes - We take it from there - Together with you!
Have a look at selected - and spontaneous - Thank you notes from TGAC customers
On request we also provide you with the contact information of individuals and Lutheran group leaders who have worked with us before - for referrals.
Our TGAC Luther & Reformation Tours focus on the sites located in Germany:
- Luther Town Eisleben where Luther was born in 1483 and where he died in 1546
- Eisenach where Luther attended the St. Georg school until 1501, with the Wartburg
Castle where he translated the New Testament in 1527 - in protective custody.
- Erfurt where Luther was first a student at the university before he attended the
Augustinian Monastery in 1505 and was ordained to priesthood at the Erfurt
Cathedral in 1507. Luther has stayed in Erfurt as an Augustinian monk until 1511.
- Luther Town Wittenberg where Luther was invited by Elector of Saxony, Frederick
the Wise to teach at his newly founded Wittenberg university. Here Luther has spent
his life time career and here he has nailed his 95 theses on the door of the Castle
Church in 1517. The house where Luther has lived for almost 35 years, today houses
the world's largest museum about the history of Reformation.
- Leipzig where the famous "Leipzig Disputation" had started with a church service at
the St. Thomas Church in 1519. Leipzig was particularly significant for the raise of
the Reformation movement because Luther's writings were distributed in large
numbers from the Leipzig printing shops and publishing houses.
- Schmalkalden where Luther has presented his articles of faith in 1537 which were
incorporated into the Book of Concord of the Protestant Church as the Schmalkaldic
Articles and still form the basis on which Lutheran pastors are ordained.
- Dresden with the reconstructed Church of Our Lady as the largest Protestant
church on German soil located right in the beautifully restored history city center.
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