The sleepy town of Wittenberg is rightfully regarded as the cradle of Reformation. It was here that Martin Luther nailed his ground-breaking 95 Theses to the door of the castle church on 31st October 1517, where the world’s first Protestant Church Service was celebrated and where Luther and his companions in faith wrote the scriptures that would change the Christian world. It’s also where Luther lived for most of life with his wife and children and where his grave and final resting place can be visited.

Follow your expert DD guide in the footsteps of Martin Luther and stay overnight in a room with a view: overlooking the Schosskirche’s legendary door!