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Explore Germany
Simply Inspiring

There is something undeniably artistic in the way Germany’s scenery unfolds; the corrugated, dune-fringed coasts of the north; the moody forests, romantic river valleys and vast vineyards of the centre; and the off-the-charts splendour of the Alps, carved into rugged glory by glaciers and the elements. All of these are integral parts of a magical natural matrix that bound to give your camera batteries a good workout. Get off the highway and into the great outdoors to soak up the epic landscapes that make each delicious, slow, winding mile so precious. You will encounter history in towns where streets were laid out long before Columbus set sail, and in castles that loom above prim, half-timbered villages where flower boxes billow with crimson geraniums.

The great cities – including Berlin, Munich and Hamburg – come in more flavours than a jar of jelly beans but all will wow you with a cultural kaleidoscope that spans the arc from art museums and high-brow opera to naughty cabaret and underground clubs. And wherever you go, Romanesque, Gothic and baroque classics rub rafters with architectural creations from modern masters such as Daniel Libeskind, David Chipperfield and Frank Gehry. Experiencing Germany through its food and drink will add a rich layer to your memories (and possibly to your belly!). You'll quickly discover that the local food is so much more than sausages and pretzels, schnitzel and roast pork accompanied by big mugs of foamy beer. Beyond the clichés awaits a cornucopia of regional and seasonal palate-teasers. Share the German people's obsession with white asparagus in springtime, chanterelle mushrooms in summer and game in autumn.

Sample not only the famous beer but also world- class wines, most notably the noble Riesling. Few countries have had as much impact on the world as Germany, which has given us the Hanseatic League, the Reformation and, yes, Hitler and the Holocaust, but also the printing press, the automobile, aspirin and MP3 technology. It's the birthplace of Martin Luther, Albert Einstein and Karl Marx, of Goethe, Beethoven, the Brothers Grimm and other heavyweights who have left their mark on human history. You can stand in a Roman amphitheatre, sleep in a medieval castle and walk along remnants of the Berlin Wall – in Germany the past is very much present wherever you go.

Things to do
  • Neuschwanstein Castle
  • Brandenberg Gate
  • Reichstag Building
  • Cologne Cathedral
  • Marienplatz
  • East Side Gallery
  • Museum Island
  • Linderhof Palace
  • Berliner Fernsehturm
  • Berlin Wall Memorial
  • Berlin Cathedral
  • Hohenshwangu Castle
  • English Garden
  • Romantic Road
  • Nymphenburg Palace
  • Checkpoint Charlie
  • Munich Residenz
  • Potsdamer Platz
  • Alexanderplatz
  • Heidelberg Palace
  • Pergamonmuseum
  • Sanssouci Palace
  • Europa-Park
  • Eltz Castle
  • The Eagle’s Nest
  • Hofbrauhaus Munchen
  • Konigssee
  • Hohenzollern Castle
  • Zwinger
  • New Town Hall
  • Frauenkirche Dresden
  • Speicherstadt
  • Charlottenburg Palace
  • Victory Column
  • Gendarmenmarkt
  • Olympiapark
  • Elbphilharmonie Hamburg
  • Zoo Berlin
  • Imperial Castle of Nuremberg
  • Tropical Islands
  • Victuals Market
  • Chiemsee
  • Wartburg Castle
  • Romer
  • Herrenchimesee New Palace
  • Deutsches Museum
  • Cochem Castle
  • Wurzburg Residence
  • St Peter’s Church
  • BMW Museum
  • Main Tower
  • Titisee
  • Mercedes-Benz Museum
  • Old Town Hall Munich
  • Palmengarten
  • Old bridge
  • Cologne Chocolate Museum
  • Rathaus- Glockenpiel
  • Eating in Germany is a big part of the fun of traveling there. Ingredients are wonderful (especially if you eat with the season), traditions are prized
  • Modern German cuisine is giving old dishes tasty and entertaining new twists, and small, creative foodie places are thriving in every city
  • And here's even more good news: Eating well in Germany is an amazing value — cheaper than in France, Britain, Italy, or Scandinavia
  • Meal prices in Germany can vary, the average cost of food in Germany is €28 per day. Based on the spending habits most of travelers, when dining out an average meal in Germany should cost around €11 - 15 per person
  • Breakfast prices are usually a little cheaper than lunch or dinner. The price of food in sit-down restaurants in Germany is often higher than fast food prices or street food prices
  • The cost of a taxi ride in Germany is significantly more than public transportation. On average, €16 - 20 per person, per day, on local transportation in Germany
  • A Schengen Tourism / Visitor visa to Germany is a visa established by the Schengen states, which gives the opportunity to its holder to visit not only Germany, but also all of the 26 Schengen member countries
  • It is issued in the form of a sticker affixed to the passport of the traveler
  • The Schengen visa for tourism purposes or visiting friends and family members, limits you to only traveling and sightseeing throughout the Schengen area
Season to Visit
  • April
  • May
  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September

Typical Duration to Visit
  • 06 - 08 days

Known For
  • Churches and Cathedrals
  • Castles and Palaces
  • Enchanting Villages
  • Train Journeys
  • Wine Tasting
  • Great Outdoors
  • Shop
  • German Flavour
Areas to Visit
  • Berlin
  • Munich
  • Frankfurt
  • Hamburg
  • Cologne
  • Heidelberg
  • Stuttgart


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