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JAZZ.FM91 presents the International Jazz Safari to Berlin — in partnership with CAA, our official travel insurance provider!
Join us along with the irrepressible Jaymz Bee as your host in Berlin, a city soaked in history and culture. We’ll be there for the 66th edition of JazzFest Berlin one of the oldest and most prestigious jazz festivals in Europe. Lineup has yet to be announced but with past headliners such as Duke Ellington, Miles Davis and Charles Mingus be assured you’ll experience some great music. And of course Jaymz Bee will be there to take you to jazz clubs even the hippest Berliners haven’t hear of!
We’ll travel from Oct. 28 to Nov. 4, in partnership with CAA, our official travel insurance provider. Your trip will include round-trip airfare, hotel and more.
$8,500 double ($2,100 tax receipt)
$5,250 single ($1,400 tax receipt)
Your trip includes:
- round-trip flight airfare with in and outbound connection in Munich;
- 6 nights at the historic Savoy Berlin just off the elegant Kurfürstendamm in the heart of Berlin’s “Golden West”
- daily breakfast;
- tickets to Berlin JazzFest events (schedule announce late summer 2019).
- an evening safari of Berlin jazz clubs with Jaymz Bee
- a half day city tour of Berlin
Savoy Hotel Berlin
You’ll spend six days in one of the world’s most vibrant cultural centres and in the company on Jaymz Bee who, as you would expect, will show you a time you’ll never forget.
The Savoy Hotel is soaked in the history of Berlin. Built in 1929 and undamaged during the war, it served as the Japanese embassy from 1943 to 1945 and as British headquarters from 1945 to 1946. Famous guests include Thomas Mann, Greta Garbo, Maria Callas and Henry Miller. Next to the Berlin Zoo, Tiegarten, close to theatres and music clubs, and only blocks from the main JazzFest venue, Berliner Festspiele, you will truly be in the heart of this unique and vibrant capital.
The JAZZ.FM91 International Jazz Safari to Berlin, in partnership with CAA – making bad days good, and good days better.